Paula Roy’s Favourite Foods Season 2, Episode 8 recipes

Pack some variety & nutrition into your family’s lunchboxes!

For this episode of my cooking show on Rogers TV Ottawa, I tackled the task of showing some love to the lunchbox. One of the hardest things about packing lunches – for kids or for grownups – is keeping things fresh with lots of variety. I mean, let’s face it – who wants to eat sandwiches or leftovers every day?  On today’s episode, I’m delighted to share three tasty treats that are sure to perk up any packed (or at-home) lunch with bright, bold flavours. Click on the titles below to access the recipes featured in this episode of Paula Roy’s Favourite Foods.

Pizza biscuits

I am a huge fan of biscuits, both sweet and savoury. I have been playing around with different ways to use versatile, delicious homemade biscuit dough and I think rolling it up around tasty fillings is one of the best ways to enjoy it.

 

 

Crunchy carrot and pea shoot salad

Crisp, raw vegetables are a great option for lunch boxes. They deliver colour, taste and crunch, perking up the palate for the rest of the meal. This tasty Asian-inspired carrot salad is sure to be a hit with kids and grownups, thanks to its bright, fresh flavours.

 

S’mores brownies with salted caramel

Rich, gooey and deliciously decadent, these brownies are one of the most wonderful things I have ever baked. Putting a graham cracker crust under my favourite chewy brownie recipe, throwing in some salted caramel baking chips and popping a layer of marshmallows on top really takes this dessert to the next level.

 

 

Check the archives on this site for more great recipes from my television show.

About Paula Roy

Welcome to my kitchen! I play with words and with food. I love simple dishes prepared with passion and am always seeking to find new methods to make food as fun and flavourful as possible. I'm also an enthusiastic explorer of faraway lands and cuisines.
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