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Eating a good meal with family, friends or a loved one is definitely one of winter’s pleasures! These are our favourite recipes for the type of cold, sunny or stormy days that make us appreciate the comfort of our home even more.

Whether you’re looking for delicious meal or snack ideas for the cabin after a great ski run, for work post lunchtime workout or for home to celebrate game night, these recipes will make you want to fire up the oven and get cooking!

It is in February that the expression “cooking with love” takes on its full meaning. With Valentine's Day fast approaching, here's a Cupid-worthy recipe. Cook it together to have a sweet time or prepare it alone to impress your better half! Either way, this gorgeous protein dip will keep you satisfied until your next meal.
Blocks of tofu are a must-have on any grocery list. All kinds of sauces can be used with this ultra-versatile food. Tofu can be stored in the refrigerator for a longer period of time than animal protein and plus, it’s a lot cheaper! Did you know that you can also freeze tofu blocks? Freezing actually allows them to absorb twice the amount of sauce or marinade.

Just in time for the Super Bowl, this is THE recipe for dill pickle lovers! This version of fried pickles is baked, not fried, to significantly reduce the amount of fat without compromising taste and crispiness. Fried pickles that are perfect for watching the game on TV!
This white bean stew is as simple to make as it is delicious. It also makes for a great main course, because the white beans provide enough protein on their own, or it can be served as a side dish for poultry or grilled fish. This type of recipe can also be easily adapted to match the season. In the winter, add sautéed cabbage and enjoy!
This Thai soup may be quick to prepare, but the end result is explosive! The combination of coconut milk and red curry paste balanced with the delicate flavour of poultry makes for a perfect marriage. It's also an excellent lunchtime meal that’s high in protein thanks to the edamame soybeans and chicken so it will keep you satisfied you all afternoon.
This version of fettuccine Alfredo is low in fat! The partly skimmed milk can be easily used as a replacement for cream. This fettuccine Alfredo is also garnished with Nordic shrimp. Shrimp is a lean protein that tastes delicious in this sauce. Perfect for a weeknight or even to impress a date!

We've come up with a healthy pizza recipe featuring a sweet potato crust. This alternative to commercial pizzas is super delicious and includes more fiber and less fat. This pizza is sure to satisfy your hunger after spending some good time outside!
So which recipe are you most excited to try? For lots of other recipe ideas, regularly check the “Eat” section of our blog and subscribe to our newsletter!


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