Feel like you and your bank account can’t keep up with
feeding your hungry teens?

As the mom of two-active-teen boys (Tyler; 17 and Colgan; 16) ~
believe me: I CAN relate (ha! ha!).  I’m delighted to share some quick, nutritious and economical
dishes that will fuel your growing offspring.

Find Rogers Daytime Ottawa segment and recipes below.

Click on each pink title for recipe and/or product info.

Mixed Berry & Spinach Smoothie

Smooth cottage cheese berry

1/2 cup (125 mL) Gay Lea Smooth Cottage Cheese Blueberry flavour

1/2 cup (125 mL) mixed frozen (or fresh) berries ~ blueberries & strawberries

small handful of baby spinach

1 tsp (5 mL) each: chia, flax and hemp seeds

1 tsp (5 mL) honey or maple syrup *optional

1 cup (250 mL) cold milk

Place all ingredients into Cuisinart Hurricane Blender and pulse until smooth.  Makes 1 (1 1/4 cup (310 mL)) serving.

Chocolate Ginger Energy Bites

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Asian Chicken and Veggie Wrap

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Penne with Sundried Tomato Pesto, Peas & Prosciutto 

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Baked Rigatoni

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Charmaine is a regular guest on Rogers Daytime OttawaCTV Morning Live OttawaCHCH Morning LiveBreakfast Television What She Said Radio and former food writer for Running Room Magazine  ~ sharing her Char B&W
love and enthusiasm for all things food, cooking and running.

Most importantly; Charmaine is the mother of two active boys; Tyler & Colgan.

Charmaine understands the importance of preparing healthy, wholesome dishes all while keeping budget and time in mind.

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Instagram: Charmaine_Broughton

Facebook: Charmaine Broughton

Twitter: @runnercharb