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Great Easy Healthy Kraft Recipes
www.kraftrecipes.com/

And for those unsure... video cooking
http://www.kraftrecipes.com/cooking-tips/cooking-videos/cooking-videos.aspx

Easy Cooking - Chicken Parmesan
check out your favorite recipe on Youtube
ie:  How to make Chicken parmesan -
http://youtu.be/mgihKcw2J1M

Graham Breakaways - Easy video
http://www.kraftrecipes.com/cooking-tips/cooking-videos/graham-break-aways-1076.aspx

Meals on a Budget
Money's tight and for many people, it's a challenge to find ways to save money on food without cutting corners on nutrition.

CBC Live Right Now asked the chefs from three community food centres and a nutritionist for budget-friendly, healthy meal ideas. Here are some of their recipe suggestions:

**posted soon**

Community Chefs
The three chefs from Stratford, Ont.'s The Local, Toronto's The Stop and Perth, Ont.'s The Table community centres tried to stick to "affordable, healthy and simple recipes that feature seasonal ingredients," says Christina Palassio, Community Food Centres Canada's communications manager.

The mission of the community food centres: bring people together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food.

"These low-cost and healthy recipes are prepared in community kitchens that increase access to healthy food, food skills and nutritional information in low-income communities," says Palassio.


Tips to create meals on a budget
Save money by eating at home, planning ahead and stalking your pantry and freezer with staples when they go on sale or in season.

Base meals on healthy, less expensive choices.

  • Consider Meatless Options with protein and fibre-packed chick peas, legumes, quinoa or tofu. Create into stews, soups, stirfries or whatever you want.

  • Homemade soups uses a selection of inexpensive ingredients to feed your family a one pot meal. Options are endless!

  • Don't forget the eggs! They are inexpensive, quick, healthy option for any meal.

  • Frozen vegetables are quick frozen at the peek of freshenss and are a nutricious & afforadble option at any time of the year.

  • Canned tuna or salmon (packed in water, low sodium) is a great additive to any pasta, casserole or sandwich.

  • A jar of peanut butter goes a long way! Any peanut butter sandwich can be enhance by any of your preferred choices (jam/jelly, bananas, apples etc) Limited only by your imagination.

  • Use oatmeal as an affordable and healthy alternative to bread crumbs in any recipe.


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