Recipe of the Day – Cabbage!

Our Fall Cabbage Salad is a simple take on the age-old question … what can I do with this head of cabbage!? Cabbage is incredibly good for you and pairs well in this recipe with the sweetness of maple syrup along with some tangy apple cider vinegar and cranberries. It’s not only a colourful saladContinue reading “Recipe of the Day – Cabbage!”

Recipe of the Day – Great for the Weekend!

Here’s a few great recipes for the weekend … Burgers and Fries, Children’s Garden style! These lentil burgers are really healthy and really tasty. They’re a pretty quick meal to put together and bonus, the burgers can be frozen for fast lunches and dinners throughout the week. We all need more legumes in our dietContinue reading “Recipe of the Day – Great for the Weekend!”

Recipe of the Day – Two Ways

Here’s a yummy and healthy option for pumpkin lovers! This Pumpkin Pie Square recipe is quick and easy (It can be gluten free too). I’ve added links to two versions of these squares … biggest difference is the frosting.  Pumpkin Pie Squares with Macadamia-Vanilla Frosting – Forks Over Knives Website Pumpkin Pie Squares with CandiedContinue reading “Recipe of the Day – Two Ways”

Spring Greens Information and Recipes!

Over the next few months as things start to wake up and grow here in Southern Ontario we’ll see a few very special, local and truly seasonal spring greens popping up.  They’re tasty, extra healthy and make for a great way to celebrate the upcoming garden season … it’s that first taste of fresh, seasonal,Continue reading “Spring Greens Information and Recipes!”

What To Post, What To Post?

That’s the tough question isn’t it?  What should our first post on the Children’s Garden and Exploring Toronto Programs brand new blog tell you?  What important facts should we impart?  What shiny little nuggets of wisdom should we dish out? There are so many options, so many possibilities . . . but really, there’s onlyContinue reading “What To Post, What To Post?”