Turn your kitchen into the ultimate meal kit. Use the meal plan of your choice to save both time and money. Every Friday, you will receive Registered Dietitian Nutritionist-curated recipes for three meals per day plus one snack. You can customize your plan, generate a shopping list and go shopping.The average cost per meal when purchasing ingredients is less than $4 per person – far less than popular meal kit services!

This subscription based service is perfect for anyone who struggles with finding healthy variety in their diet. Most clients who use this service feel that they still save money overall, despite the cost of the meal plan. The savings come from reducing wasted food, and buying only what is needed for the plan for the week. Easily scalable to feed an individual or family, these meal kits are time and money savers for everyone from busy professionals to stay-at-home parents.

Here are some examples of the deliciousness you can look forward to with our meal plans.

 

For Breakfast…

Banana Walnut Chia Pudding

For a grab-and-go breakfast, you can’t beat this creamy chia pudding that is easy to make ahead for those busy weekday mornings. This pudding is chock-full of heart healthy and anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids as well as crucial dietary fiber that will keep you feeling satisfied for hours.

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For Lunch…

Lemony Salmon Salad

This recipe is a perfect way to use leftover salmon or canned skinless and boneless salmon you have in your pantry. Salmon is high in omega-3 fatty acids while arugula is an excellent source of vitamins C and A, as well as a good source of calcium and magnesium. The true magic of this dish comes from the combination of ingredients – buttery rich salmon complements the bold, peppery flavor of the arugula.

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For Snack…

Chocolate No-Bake Power Balls

Here’s a chocolatey recipe to help you make snacking well both simple and fun 🙂 Bite into a burst of delicious-ness with these super easy and nutrient-packed power balls! Loaded with heart healthy fats, 5 grams of protein and 5 grams of fibre, these are oh-so-yummy and good for you! The best thing about these balls? You can dress it up however you want! From cocoa, cinnamon to coconut, there are countless flavours you can incorporate for every craving. No wonder I am always asked for this recipe every time I make them!

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For Dinner…

Roasted Cod with Hazelnuts

Think cod is boring? Think again! You will fall in love with this recipe. Rich in anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, this low-calorie protein in also a good source of iodine and selenium. Cod is a mild, flakey white fish that tastes amazing with the sweet roasted nuttiness of the hazelnuts. We have added lemon zest and mustard to kick it up a notch.

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As a Side…

Rosemary Garlic Sweet Potato Fries

A family favorite! The hint of rosemary and coconut oil complements these sweet and salty nuggets that are an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Like it hot? Sprinkle with some cayenne and smoked paprika for a flavor explosion.

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Have Questions?

We’re always happy to help answer your questions and set up the best nutrition program for you. Make sure you book in for your FREE 20-minute nutrition mini-consult so we can chat more about your health goals and what things might look like if we were to work together. The mini-consult can be done in-person at our downtown dietitian office, or virtually online.