Apple cookies are super fun and easy to make! They’re not your typical cookie, though, but are definitely just as delicious, with a healthy twist. You can use any toppings you like for a customized cookie snack.
This mouth-watering and delicious cocktail is less than 200 calories and is oh-so refreshing! It contains much less sugar than your average restaurant margarita, so go ahead and crave healthier on a hot summer day!
Looking for an easy as 1-2-3 healthy recipe for those hot summer nights when you just don't want to spend a whole lot of time in the kitchen? This fish dish is the easiest to make because we know you’re busy tonight! ;-)
Food is meant to be fun! All foods can fit when we practice moderation, including these fruity, fun and tasty strawberry dessert kabobs with puffed rice treats! This recipe can be made into a platter-size for large gatherings -- perfect for patio season!
We're not about low-carb at Craving Health but do believe it's important to be smart about your carbs. Sometimes this means opting out of a bun (so you can have the fries..lol!) and having lettuce in replace of your typical burger bun. Paired with a simple "Tzatziki" sauce, it's perfectly light for summer.
Dried peas are an excellent source of fiber and protein. They’re also jam-packed with tons of other nutrients such as manganese, copper, folate, vitamin B1, phosphorus, vitamin B5 and potassium – all good things!
How gorgeous is this tropical fruit plate? Why not try a new fruit this week? Make a fun game by having friends and family guess what fruit is on the platter! Do you know which fruits are featured here?
We all know the classic savoury nachos with cheese, but who says you can’t have it sweet?! These apple nachos are a fun and healthy version of the game-night appy, but they’re just as fun to share and eat!
You've probably heard the many benefits of eating fish regularly for a healthy dose of omega-3 fats, but what about the nutritional benefits of canola oil? Canola oil is grown right here in Canada (supporting local is always a positive!). Nutritionally speaking, canola oil is low in saturated fats and is also a source of omega-3s and -6s! Canola oil is great for brain and heart health. Its high content of monounsaturated fats (or MUFAs) can help reduce the risk of heart disease. You can feel good about using canola oil in almost any recipe!
This chocolate pie is to-die for! Your guests would never know that the protein content is much higher than your typical cream- or egg-based pie because of the secret ingredient…silken tofu! Added bonus: a creamy, chocolate-y pie with less fat.
Have your brownies and eat them, too! Instead of dipping your fruit in chocolate, try pairing it with a two-bite brownie. These skewers make for a great portable snack when you’re craving something a little sweet.
You won't even know you're sneaking in some extra protein in this dressing with the edamame, which creates a beautiful green colour! This creamy dressing adds some zing to any salad. Can also be used to marinate your favourite meat or fish.
Prunes (aka dried plums) are not only healthy for your gut, but also your bones and heart! Don’t knock prunes until you’ve tried this parfait. You will be making it many times over! Make them in reusable jars for an on-the-go snack.