The so-called Kiwi burger is popular in New Zealand. It’s a beef burger topped with cheese, beets, pineapple, onion, tomato, lettuce and a fried egg. My healthier version is bunless, uses chicken’and skips the fried egg.
Halibut is a firm, meaty fish that tastes sweet’a flavour this recipe accentuates with orange juice and zest. Like salmon and other cold-water fish, halibut is a rich source of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
This fresh, crispy salad will work well with any seasonal vegetables. If you don’t like your vegetables too crisp, you can blanch them all for a couple of minutes before adding the vinaigrette and then refrigerate them.
Switching from regular to Greek yogurt will keep you feeling full longer: This type of yogurt has more protein (and calcium) than regular. Plus, its thick, velvety texture blends well to make a yummy, frothy breakfast.
Cook Smart for a Healthy Heart, Reader's Digest Canada
Waffles aren’t just for weekends any more! You can dig into this hot breakfast any weekday morning. Light and simple ingredients and plenty of juicy glazed nectarines make these wonderful waffles a heart-healthy way to start the day.
Muffins are perfect for breakfast, providing the energy boost the body needs to start the day. This particular breakfast muffin recipe is packed full of good ingredients that add fibre, vitamins and minerals, too.