Free Meal Plan: Streamlined Boeuf Bourguignon

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Despite the onslaught of January birthdays in our family, I’m getting a little more kitchen time to myself lately, with the days still short and chilly. I find myself wanting to experiment a bit more – while the holidays were all about baking, January tends to be all about eating well. Here’s a week’s worth of healthy meals that will appeal to everyone at the dinner table.


Free Meal Plan: Mac & Cheese with Butternut SquashMac & cheese is a family favourite, and a great way to smuggle nutrient-dense squash into your meal. Made with whole wheat pasta, this is a delicious and nutritious dish for meatless Monday.

Mac & Cheese with Butternut Squash

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Free Meal Plan: Roasted Pepper Sandwiches with Grilled Chicken, Caramelized Onion and BasilWhen you’re starving for a taste of summer in the middle of winter, pack this summery sandwich, swapping leftover roast chicken or turkey for the grilled chicken if you like, and have a picnic on the living room floor.

Roasted Pepper Sandwiches with Grilled Chicken, Caramelized Onion and Basil

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Free Meal Plan: Broiled Fish TacosIf you’re trying to get your family to eat more fish, try broiling it and serving wrapped in white corn tortillas and topped with homemade guacamole, lettuce, cilantro, green onion and chunky tomato salsa.

Broiled Fish Tacos

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Free Meal Plan: Simple PaellaA big pan of warming paella – a Spanish meal-in-a-dish made with rice, chicken and roasted peppers – is a great way to serve the family with only one pot to wash afterward. Use brown rice if you like for added nutrients and fibre.

Simple Paella

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Free Meal Plan: Streamlined Boeuf BourguignonMade famous by Julia Child, Boeuf Bourguignon doesn’t have to be as complex as it sounds. A refined sort of beef stew, the oven does most of the work, leaving you with a rich, saucy dish everyone will love. Must be served with mashed potatoes or egg noodles to catch all the drips.

Streamlined Boeuf Bourguignon

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