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Recipes to Break Out on March Break

Sometimes it’s hard to get everyone at the table at the same time. Weeknight dinners can often be an after-thought packed between work, after-school activities, homework, dance class, sports practice, household chores and lists of errands.

But good news! March Break is approaching quickly and, with it, an upcoming break from the regular school-week grind. With a bit more time on your hands, and more mouths to feed, why not try these four recipes that are guaranteed to bring the gang (kids and friends included) to the table?

  1. Bow Ties with Asparagus and Chicken: This one-skillet recipe means less dishes for you and more time spent with your loved ones! Combining fresh seasonal asparagus and fun bow tie shapes, tonight’s dinner will be enjoyed by everyone with lots of requests for second helpings.

  2. Beef Noodle Primavera: With more people around the table this March Break, you’re going to need a hearty go-to meal that can feed a group. This twist on the classic Hamburger Helper is just that! Combining fresh veggies, savoury gravy and tender beef, everyone will clean their plates ­– guaranteed.

  3. Impossibly Easy Broccoli and Red Pepper Pie: Just like the name says, this pie is impossibly easy! With just a few steps, you’ve got more time to take advantage of your family being at home and all the fun that you have planned with the kids.

  4. Caramel Double Decker Bars: Make the kids’ week off extra-sweet with these chewy, gooey caramel bars. Our tip? Use your family’s favourite nuts and cereal for an irresistible crunch!

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