new year resolution ideas for foodies


Here's what to put on your annual bucket list.

Make a new recipe each week.


It's not quite as difficult as you would imagine, and our January Meal Plan makes it even more manageable!

Learn how to make homemade mac and cheese.


You'll be shocked to learn that making homemade mac and cheese isn't that difficult, especially if you're in the mood for something new and exciting!

Find a healthy favorite at a drive-thru.


Fries are delicious but they won’t help you with that other resolution you make every year. 

Find a healthy favorite at a drive-thru.


Fries are delicious but they won’t help you with that other resolution you make every year. 

Actually eat leftovers.


Leftovers don’t have to be boring, and they often make for a weeknight meal in mere minutes. 

Donate to a local food pantry.


Donations of every size help, and organisations like Feeding America have learned to stretch a dollar to feed 20 people.

Take time to make breakfast.


Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Challenge yourself to make breakfast at home at least three days a week.

Give up sugar for one week.


It’s not just diabetics who should be avoiding added sugar.

Eat more vegetables.


According to the USDA’s food pyramid, we should be eating seven servings of fruits and vegetables per day.

Make a condiment from scratch.


Impress friends and neighbors at the next block party by bringing fresh condiments made by YOU.

Perfectly roast a whole chicken.


Roasted chicken, golden brown and succulent, is a gorgeous centrepiece that is quite simple to create.

Create a well-stocked pantry.


A smartly filled pantry is the key to getting dinner on the table in a flash.

Cook a new-to-you whole grain.


There’s an abundance of whole grains on the market now. Don’t limit yourself to brown rice.

Surprise a neighbor with warm cookies.


You can rest assured that you’ll put a smile on someone’s face when you hand off that plate of goodies.

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