Dairy

Vegetables

Cucumber with Yves Veggie Bacon & Ricotta

Even though I’ve been hosting holiday dinners and parties for what feels like forever, I have to admit I still get a bit stressed. I want everyone to have a

Lunch

Broccoli and Cheese Mini Frittata

Scarlett has been inundated with school projects lately. There was the science doozy about dwarf planets and the outer solar system, then the Day in the Life of Someone Else’s

Breakfast

Yogurt Bark

We first started making yogurt bark when we were in the recipe testing stage of our second book The School Year Survival Cookbook. It was going to be in our

Dairy

Broccoli Cheddar Chowder

Scarlett and I created this soup on one of those days you don’t really have anything left in the refrigerator. We’re both fans of a broccoli and cheddar soup we

Dairy

Breakfast Muesli Smoothie Bowl

If you’re a long time reader of SPC then you know Ceri and I met and became friends while working as journalists at FASHION magazine here in Canada. Ceri was

Picnics & BBQs

Broccoli Cheese Patties

Laura and I have been thinking a lot lately about the school year and the particular challenges it presents to parents. Because, let’s be honest, it’s not just our kids

Dairy

Apple Cheddar Muffins with Allégro for Kids on the Go

Whenever we ask parents on Facebook or Twitter what they’re looking for in upcoming posts, we know we’ll get certain responses. And I’m not just talking about the requests for

Snacks & Desserts

Breakfast Waffle Cake with Yogurt and Strawberry Rhubard Sauce

Waffle cakes are a big trend but their of the moment status isn’t why we like them. We love them because, well, just look at that thing. If you ask

Dairy

Turkey and Gruyere Burgers

When I was growing up burgers were a greasy, guilty pleasure. When it comes to feeding my family, burgers are a regular component of our weekly routine including turkey or

Poultry

Think Eggs Now

When Spring finally acts like, well, itself (hello, sunshine and warmer days!), you can’t help but to think about lightening up your meals. I don’t know about your family but