SUBSTITUTIONS & TIPS Garlic may be omitted if not well tolerated. For a softer, moist texture, bake the meatballs covered with aluminum foil. Meatballs are an excellent and versatile source ...
SUBSTITUTIONS & TIPS Cheese can be omitted or replaced by lactose-free cheese. Can be frozen assembled and reheated in microwave or frying pan. Filling can be frozen separately. These meatless ...
SUBSTITUTIONS & TIPS Omit the garlic if not tolerated well. Dried mushrooms add a big punch of flavour, but they are optional. You can cook the barley in vegetable broth. ...
A nutritious high-fibre snack to take with you
A unique way to prepare a wholesome meal in one pouch: high in protein and omega-3 fats, low in odour and with easy clean up.
A snack with lots of antioxidants and fibre that will go down easy!
Creamy soup that can be easily prepared in advance and reheated in portions Set aside the pumpkin or butternut squash seeds. Wash and dry them well. Roast them in a ...
Our family favourite hamburger meal with a healthy spin and less fat! Try a new way to enjoy Brussels sprouts! Freeze cooked leftover burgers and reheat in oven or microwave. ...
Tips: Store leftover muffins in the fridge and reheat in the oven or microwave.
A delicious breakfast or snack packed with fibre, antioxidants and healthy fats.
About the recipes
Wellness chef Geremy Capone developed these recipes using recommendations from our team of registered dietitians specializing in cancer care.
They are designed to help you eat better and get the nutrients you need.
• Are high in protein
• Are easy to prepare, with few ingredients
• Have nutrient-rich ingredients
• Are moderate in calories
• Promote healthy eating habits that pave the way to better health in survivorship
All baking times are based on conventional ovens.
If you have food allergies, special food requirements or other health issues, please read the ingredient list for each recipe to determine whether it is suitable for you.
About the nutritional values
The nutritional information for each recipe refers to one serving. Optional ingredients or “modifiers” are not part of the analysis, neither are additional food items shown in the pictures. Nutrient values have been rounded off to the nearest number. The nutritional values were calculated using Food Processor. ESHA Research: Professional Nutrition Analysis Software & Databases Genesis R&D SQL, Program Version 22.214.171.124