Hosting a warm-weather soiree just got a whole lot easier thanks to these delicious (and of course, Instagrammable) cocktail recipes. Make them in large quantities and serve them in a pitcher so you don’t have to spend time playing bartender for your brunch guests. It’s like batch cooking, but for booze.
Happy hour is all well and good, but let's face it: Those platters of nachos and rounds of margs can take their toll on the scale after a while.
Holiday feasts usually leave you with two things— a serious food comma and a fridge full of leftovers. But that doesn’t mean you have to eat the same reheated meal for the next five days.From comforting chowders to yummy waffles, click through the gallery above for 17 ways to repurpose your holiday leftovers. How do you transform your leftovers? Let us know by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
These indulgent dishes might look like meat and taste like meat, but don't be fooled! Jackfruit, a tropical fruit native to Asia that resembles pulled pork, is becoming one of the most popular meat alternatives for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who's looking to lead a healthier lifestyle. Try it out for yourself using one of these delicious recipes.From Dr. Oz The Good Life
Packed with seasonal spices, superfoods, coconut milk, and — of course! — chocolate, these recipes will be your go-to comfort drinks this season.From Dr. Oz The Good Life
The long drawn out evenings are the perfect time to take refuge in the kitchen and fall in love with cooking. These comforting and restorative one pot dishes vary from super quick to steady and slow, ideal for weekend and midweek meals. What better on a cold winter’s night than a steaming bowl of delicious dinner.
A good fall salad should combine roasted root vegetables, cozy spices, toasted nuts, and a kick of sweet fruit all atop a bed of crunchy kale. Unlike summer salads that are best served immediately (and ideally poolside), we think a good fall salad should get better with age.
When it comes to cooking the most basic of foods - eggs, rice, pasta, you name it - it feels as if you should have already mastered how to cook them to perfection by now.But as your pasta comes out soggy, your poached egg as hard as nails and your ‘fluffy’ rice looking more like rice pudding, it’s time to admit to yourself when you’ve still got a bit to learn.Never fear - while they might take some practice, actually cooking the darned things need not be so hard if you know the right technique. 12 beautiful pictures of pasta to celebrate #WorldPastaDay with Drinking wine before bed could keep you slimmer
If you’re anything like the rest of the Canadian population, you probably pulled your wool knit sweaters and favourite jackets out of hibernation the second you felt the first hint of cool air marking the end of summer.People love fall for many reasons: cute outfits, pumpkin spice lattés and leather booties, to name a few. Others love fall for the delicious flavours that just don’t taste quite as good any other time of year. For fall foodies with limited time – break out the slow cooker and try these 10 delicious recipes this autumn.
"What I've found to be my secret to staying on track is to always have healthy snacks ready and prepared," says Kristen Carlucci Haase, RD-N. "My favorite is hummus with a healthy dipper. Here, we'll share the tips and tricks on how to perfect the traditional hummus recipe—no chef required! For achieving the perfect creamy consistency, you're going to want to invest in a good food processor or blender.
As thrilling and satisfying as making ice cream from scratch can be, the effort, energy and time that it takes to use an ice cream machine is sometimes just too much for me. Rather than succumb to the high-calorie pumpkin ice cream options at the grocery store or self-serve frozen yogurt concoctions that are often loaded with sugar and other additives, I took it upon myself to make this easy pumpkin frozen yogurt from scratch. It doesn't require an ice cream machine or any fancy equipment to whip up this simple, low-sugar recipe.
Alcoholic ice lollies are without a doubt our favourite treat of the summer – and a game changer that deserve to be tested. Perfect as an aperitivo or during a boozy BBQ, they don’t only help you get merry, they’re healthy (ish) and seriously easy to make. The only hard part is waiting for them to freeze…
Its drilled into our heads that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, does that make us not want to eat it even more? The first meal of the day is vital, of course and its a great excuse to make it exciting and fun! Recently, I’ve really been getting into meal planning and breakfast is the one meal, I am loving to plan and then make.
From buying notebooks and sweaters to working on your back-to-school meal plan — this time of year can seem a little crazy. Mid-August brings so much heat and humidity, that it can be difficult to do anything but flop on the couch. But Labor Day will be here before you know it. The sun will start to set earlier, the weather will cool down and it’ll be time to start thinking about which recipes to add to our arsenal of go-tos for busy school nights. We’ve rounded up 25 easy and delicious recipes to round out your meal plans — some of which may pull double-duty as leftovers for school lunches the next day! Click through the gallery to see more and share with us your go-to lunchbox recipe by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
There are over 50 ingredients in this burger and not a single one of them is a patty of grease-laden meat. We can’t vouch for the taste, but this is what is being described as the world’s healthiest meal; a burger, fries and shake made up of over 50 superfoods. The ‘nutriburger’ features a gluten-free brioche bun and beet, natto, quinoa and mushroom burger - and if you haven’t even heard of half those ingredients, you are not alone. It’s accompanied by purple and orange sweet potato fries and a thick chocolate shake made of cacao, bee pollen and activated nuts.