I think we can all agree that chicken pot pie is the king of comfort food. That creamy filling complete with chicken, potatoes and veggies inside of a buttery pie crust. Tough to beat!
This rendition of chicken pot pie is under 300 calories per serving, with a balanced macronutrient profile.
Although this recipe takes a bit of a different spin on a classic chicken pot pie, replacing the crust with homemade biscuit, you’re able to save some calories and trust us when we say it doesn’t take anything away from this all time favourite meal!
A comfort food staple, with a twist! This Shepherd’s pie is made with cauliflower instead of potatoes, but not even the kids will know! We added some cheddar cheese into the mash for a burst of flavour and a crispy finish to the pie.
Looking for a quick dinner idea? This pistachio crusted halibut is a light and healthy meal option you can have on the table in under 30 min! The fresh, buttery flavour of the halibut is topped with a rich goat cheese flavour and finished off with the crunch of chopped pistachios. Taking just 10-minutes to prep and less than 20-minutes to bake in the oven, this is so easy to make!
Looking for a way to spice up your plant based protein? This simple recipe and combination of ingredients creates so much flavour. Just the right amount of spice that’s complimented with the creamy coconut milk, enjoy as is or with added protein from shrimp or chicken.
This recipe will make a great addition to your meal prep Sunday (or whatever day of the week you choose to get your meals organized!) Whether you prep and cook the whole thing to reheat or serve cold on a bed of greens later throughout the week, or if you just want to prepare the ingredients ahead of time (cut and wash the veggies, thaw the meat etc.) then when it’s time to cook, just toss it onto a baking sheet and pop it in the oven - this one is both a time saver and a table pleaser!
Another classic comfort meal the whole family will love for a weeknight dinner, and leftovers make a great meal prepped lunch or dinner later in the week. You can freeze extra portions of the meatloaf to be reheated at a later date, too.
Cauliflower mashed potatoes are a great low carb alternative to your classic mashed potatoes and help you get in an extra serving of veggies! If you do need some more carbs, you can add some regular potatoes into the mix as well.
When cooking your own food as opposed to dining out or getting take out, not only are you getting the benefit of being in control of the ingredients that go into your meal, ensuring they are quality and wholesome, but additionally you are increasing your overall daily expenditure by being active in the kitchen!
This Pad Thai recipe will be sure to satisfy those cravings for take out! It’s a great family recipe, as well as one that saves well for lunch the next day.
Not your typical fish, veggies and sweet potato recipe! Time to spice things up with this spin on a seemingly boring filet of white fish. No deep frying required here to get the perfectly crusted fish filet. Not only is fish a great source of lean protein, but they are also rich in vitamins and minerals.
Love pasta but can't afford the carbs and calories? Sub them out with this delicious alternative. Spaghetti squash pairs perfectly with tomato sauce and ground beef (or meat of choice) to create a great meal to enjoy with the family, throughout the week as part of your routine meal prep or if you’re having a special guest over!
Whether it’s the holiday season or you’re just craving a good ol' home cooked chicken dinner, here’s how MTMM does it without breaking your macro-bank! All the flavour and goodness of your classic turkey dinner but this rendition won’t leave you glued to the couch for hours afterwards.