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This vegetarian pasta dish is light and fresh-tasting and so easy to make.
Great as a meal replacement or snack! Feel Free to add your favourite fresh fruit in place of the banana.
This comes from the book: "French Women Don't Get Fat"
It is the magical soup that is supposed to help you to shed pounds quickly over the weekend. I just like it as a broth.
I made this vinaigrette to drizzle onto a pork loin roast, but it also tastes great on salads, pork tenderloin and anything else you want to use it for. The sweetness really compliments the meat instead of using apple sauce.
This is from Giada's newest cookbook.
Your hands are your best tools for this recipe! These are great with chicken or steak!
Great with Arugula or Watercress salads!
Refrigerated pizza dough gives you a head start on this Italian classic. The dough is cut into 3 long strips for a rustic presentation. Try to use whole wheat pizza dough. I by it at a local grocer and it's more inexpensive than using a name brand dough. Great for an appetizer if you're having company!
You don't have to stick to the vegetables listed. You can add any of your favourite "springtime" veggies, such as asparagus or fiddleheads, in this pasta. You can also turn this into a vegetarian dish, by using tofu instead of pork or chicken.
These are packed with fibre and are absolutely scrumptious! Get baking!
A comforting, filling and nutritious soup is the perfect meal for a busy weeknight. Saute some extra sliced mushrooms to use as a garnish, if desired.
Here is quintessential comfort food to warm the heat and soul. Try serving this with other favourite fruits such as strawberries or plums.
Kids can help out with this recipe, as it is great for boxed lunches. They can help to shred cheese, and cut up tomatoes. They can also roll out dough, fill pockets and press them shut
Yummy for breakfast or a snack!
These are very nutritious, with a high fibre content, and have a great cinnamon flavour.
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