When you're unsure of what to eat, we are here to guide you! Enjoy our collection of macro-friendly recipes created by Virginia and thoroughly tested and enjoyed by the entire MacroNutrition team!
This simple recipe is so crave-worthy, proving that you can - in fact - be quasi-addicted to vegetables. Luckily, it’s super easy to make more of this nutrient dense eat... like the name says - first you shake it, then you bake it. Culinary magic right there.
Valentine’s Day is almost here! And that means it’s time to spoil your loved ones with the sweeter things in life. But are you debating how to do so while keeping in line with your intake goals? Enter these mouth watering treats...
While it seems like almost all fruit and vegetables are available year round, just because you can buy them doesn't mean they're good. Just as August tomatoes don't compare to the pale imitations you find in January, there is some produce that is at its best December through February. Good winter choices include cabbage, leeks, celery, kale, parsnip, and certain varieties of squash.
Pumpkin season is here in full force friends! And while pumpkin pie and pumpkin muffins are undeniably delicious, this year I wanted to get a bit more creative… in this healthier take on cheese sauce, pumpkin stands in for the heavy cream, cutting way back on the calories and fat (while significantly contributing to your Vitamin A needs!). Nutrition yeast also takes the place of generally very nutritious, but notably calorie dense, cheese – and along with fantastic flavour, it packs a serious vitamin B12 and fibre punch that cheese just doesn’t have.
As we bid farewell to summer in Canada, let’s celebrate the routine change in seasons and turn to welcome fall with open arms. Crisp evening strolls, picturesque falling leaves, and my favourite fruit coming into season aside, the cozy nights featured in this shift in seasons brings so many comforting food with it – so let’s explore shall we!