Cooking and grocery shopping for yourself may occasionally be a struggle. Today at the Wellness Education Centre from 2:30-4:30 pm, topics will be discussed such as grocery shopping and cooking tips to help you achieve the most out of your bucks! ... See MoreSee Less
Are you looking for a different alternative to hummus, something more bright and creative? Then look no further! EatRight Ontario has the perfect recipe for you called beet hummus. It uses beets which gives the hummus a beautiful bright purple colour. Using beets also provides a burst of flavour and adds extra vitamins and minerals to the dish.
Did you know your leafy greens can last up to 5 days in a mason jar and taste completely fresh? You can make salads for the week so you can focus on school, not worry about cooking and still maintain a healthy diet. The order by which the ingredients go into the jars is what makes the jars look attractive but also keeps the veggies fresh. You usually start with your dressing, then add hearty vegetables such as cucumbers, baby tomatoes or bell peppers. Next, you can add some quinoa or whole wheat pasta. Top that with some cheese or nuts, add your leafy greens and lastly add your protein. Voila! A healthy and balanced meal. Here’s a website that gives you everything you need to know about mason jar salads:
Over the last year I have been a mason jar salad making queen. I absolutely love making these salads and really can’t imagine life without them. There are now 100s of mason jar ideas floating around pinterest so I am not sure who the original brain child for mason jar salads is but whoever you …