Braised lamb shanks aren’t just for when company comes over! This easy to prepare recipe uses a slow cooker so you can set it and forget it! Serve with a side of roasted asparagus and potatoes for a complete meal.
Here's a great way to introduce kids to beans! Our Saucy Joes live up to their name so make sure you have napkins (or better yet, a washcloth) handy! A can of beans in tomato sauce serves as the base and is amped up with ketchup/bbq sauce, chili powder and oregano. We even sneak some veg in too in the form of finely chopped onions, celery, and garlic.
We don't see a -raisin- why you shouldn't put beans in your muffins! Ooh, was that terrible? Ignore the pun and give our Raisin Bean Muffins a try! We know it's odd, but this recipe calls for a can of beans in tomato sauce. We promise you, this makes a super moist muffin – we 4 g of protein and 2 gram of fibre!
It's that time of year when we start thinking about comfort foods again…and is there any food more comforting than homemade baked beans? @realfoodcreative updated the photography for our Comfy Baked Beans recipe and they said that it was the best baked beans they'd ever had. We should also note, they said it took ages to make…but definitely worth the wait.
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We recommend using #ThompsonsBeans white pea beans or any brand that says product of or grown in Canada. The Andersons Canada , owners of the Thompsons brand, buy beans directly from Ontario farmers, clean them, and package them at their facility in Blenheim.
This year, our farmers grew just over 53,000 acres of white pea beans (aka navy beans). FUN FACT – 90% of these will be exported to the UK to be used in canned baked beans.
This classic creamy Tuscan soup made with Italian sausage, potatoes, kale and beans is the perfect weeknight meal!
#DYK that Romano beans are actually called cranberry beans by the farmers who grown them? They get this name because of their vibrant cranberry coloured markings in their dried state. Once they are cooked/canned the cranberry colour is absorbed into the rest of the seed coat turning the bean a light brown colour.