Burritos are a great way to stretch a pound of meat to feed 6, avoiding extra fat and calories. Good for the waistline and the wallet, too!
Chicken Sausage Chili Burrito
Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble
No need to thaw the fruit for this delectable breakfast crumble. Knock it together as soon as you get up and shower and dress while it bakes for a delicious hot breakfast even the kids will appreciate.
This hearty, family-pleasing meal is a Tex-Mex lover’s delight. Use 1-3/4 cups (425 mL) of whatever PC salsa you have on hand; you could also add 1 can of drained corn in with the beans.
Roasted Tomato Soup with Cheesy Flatbread
Roasting tomatoes is a perfect use for over-ripe tomatoes that are too mushy to use any other way. You can use roasted tomatoes in a sandwich, in a pasta dish, or as here, in a home-made tomato soup. You can use smoked paprika in this soup, if you’d like. Tomatoes are a wonderful source of the anti-oxidant lycopene.
Bulgur and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
If you’ve never tried bulgur before, this vegetarian stuffed pepper is a perfect place to start. Whole wheat berries that have been steamed, dried and crushed, bulgur is high in fibre, B vitamins and iron.
Individual Four-Berry Crumble
Frozen berries make berry crumble possible year-round. Picked ripe and juicy, PC frozen berries are always flavourful and fresh.
Pain Perdu with Maple Blueberry Sauce
So-named because it can be made with stale bread that would otherwise be lost (perdu), this dish is a brunch classic. It’s low fat as is, but you can dress it up by serving with whipped cream and fresh strawberries if you like.
We’ve simplified the lasagna-making process by soaking the noodles and using extra sauce when layering, instead of boiling the pasta. Hearty and bursting with vegetables, this is our best-ever vegetarian entrée recipe.
Chick Pea Korma
Korma is a creamy, nut-based mild curry sauce. You could spend hours making it from scratch, or just open a bottle of PC’s korma sauce! Squash and chick peas make a hearty dish, perfect for vegetarians.
Eggplant and Lentil Madras
Madras is a spicy curry sauce from southern India containing tomato, onion and coconut. We’ve tossed it with lentils and roasted eggplant to make a fabulous vegetarian dish that’s very high in fibre.