Chock-full of flavour and healthful ingredients, this vegetarian soup can go from kitchen to table in less than an hour.
Here are "the best pancakes yet" from the Breakfast for Kids Program at Holy Trinity Church-St. David School. This recipe is the equivalent of 6 batches and makes 72 very moist pancakes.
This is a basic stock recipe to go into turkey or goose gravy.
Chicken stewed with tasty root vegetables has long been a favourite coast to coast. In West Vancouver, Janey Purvis bakes her stewed chicken under a blanket of flaky biscuits. This dish never fails to win raves from family, friends and neighbours. It can be mostly made in advance and kept refrigerated for a day. Then just make the biscuits and bake with the stew.
This easy appetizer of crispy tortilla cups filled with crunchy jicama and creamy avocado begins your Mexican fiesta with sensational tastes. Traditionally, the tortillas are fried, but we've baked them to reduce the fat.
The toasted walnut crunch adds welcome texture to these burgers.
This simple oven pancake will delight kids as it puffs up. Little ones can share a pancake, while teens will probably want one all to themselves. This recipe requires adult supervision because the pans need to be hot when you pour in the egg mixture.
Crème anglaise, a French term for rich custard sauce, instantly elevates cake, pie, pudding or fruit. Here, we've used it to turn this swirled sweet-tart Bundt cake—which can be enjoyed on its own as an everyday treat—into a dinner party–worthy dessert.