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To make this Italian-inspired snack you first need to make a simple risotto, then use the risotto to make asparagus-filled breaded rice balls. It sounds like a labour of love, but in reality it’s very simple and brings a spring spin, not to mention a hearty does of colour and nutrition, to the table. Your friends and family are sure to swoon over these, which is reason enough to give this recipe a try!




This long, slender vegetable is a perennial plant and a member of the lily family. Everything you need to know about asparagus and more!


Plum Salad with Brown Rice, Chicken, Pecans and Mixed Herbs

This simple salad is bursting with bold flavour thanks to the combination of plums and fennel, and even boast a bit of crunch thanks to the addition of pecans. Feel free to use peaches or nectarines in place of the plums, if you prefer, and don’t hesitate to double the recipe: it stores well and will keep for days in the fridge.

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Peach Pie Smoothie Bowl

Treat yourself to a morning meal makeover by upgrading your smoothie to a decadent healthy bowl filled with fresh fruit, yogurt, flax and almond butter. Who knew things could this delicious so early in the day?

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Blueberry Lemon Breakfast Bars

These wholesome blueberry lemon breakfast bars are perfect for taking on the go, or eating alongside a cup of coffee and a bowl of yogurt. Be sure to use gluten-free oats if you’re allergic/intolerant to gluten

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Fresh Chilean Blueberry Green Tea Smoothie

This antioxidant-rich smoothie is perfect for breakfast, brunch and even a mid-morning snack. Make the blueberry green tea infusion up to a five days in advance and store in the fridge until you’re ready to make the smoothies.

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Everything you need to know about mushrooms; how to select & store, nutrition and how to prepare.

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Tuscan Stuffed Ontario Mushrooms

These Tuscan Stuffed Ontario Mushrooms can be prepped ahead of time, but only bake them just before serving. These are great to serve as an appetizer or as even as a side dish! If you are hosting a large crowd, this recipe can easily be doubled. Watch the recipe video here.

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