While the kids are home over the Easter break, bring out their creative side with a fun recipe that will keep them entertained in the kitchen. The recipe takes the much loved Rice Krispies square to the next level by transforming the squares into faces that can be decorated with candies and frosting. The result? A hilarious assortment of characters that your kids have created using their imagination.
To make the decorating even more challenging, have them make a family portrait out of the faces or try to re–create their favourite movie or cartoon character or even the Easter Bunny – the possibilities are limitless and delicious to eat.
Infused with the flavours of California, this is not your traditional oatmeal cookie. We've cut the butter with nutritious avocado and added diced pear for moisture and flavour, making this cookie a wholesome treat for the whole family.
Cucumber water is a great pairing for this refreshing salad. To maximize all parts of the Ontario greenhouse cucumber, add left over ends of cucumbers or slices into a pitcher of ice water. This makes for a thirst quenching beverage.
St. Patrick's Day is upon us once more, bringing waves of green clothing and face paint, sparkling shamrocks – and most enjoyable of all – cold beer. For those looking for an authentic and fun Irish inspired meal to accompany their celebrations, they need look no further than fresh cultivated Atlantic Canadian drunken mussels.
Nothing beats the thrill of firing up the grill for the first time when the warm weather hits. In partnership with Broil King, Rickard's has created this mouth–watering burger recipe to ensure your summer gets off to a good start.