Here's a great dessert that uses fresh local berries. Enjoy!
Kidney Kitchen Cookbook
Welcome to the Kidney Kitchen Cookbook with recipes chosen specifically for people living with kidney disease as well as meal plans created by our dietitians. The Kidney Foundation of Canada plans for this resource to continue to grow and evolve: more recipes and meal plans will be added regularly, seasonal and celebration meals will be included and we encourage you to submit your recipes, thoughts and ideas. Bon Appétit!!
Featured Dietitian Approved Meal Plan
If you start your meal plan on Sunday, you can take advantage of extra time on the weekend to prepare food for the week, such as muffins or roasts. This high protein meal plan will ensure you have the renal nutrition you need, while also providing a good diversity of recipes using similar ingredients so you are not running to the store to buy multiple products over and over again.
Diet Type: High ProteinView Meal Plan
Try this fresh version of the traditional kabob during this year's BBQ season.
This recipe came out of a lunch conversation when a colleague mentioned how Baba Ghanouj is a tasty snack and easy to prepare. Bonus - Eggplants are low in potassium!
A member on kidney connect asked for more casserole recipes, here is one we modified from a martha stewart recipe. Let us know what you think!
This one pot, complete meal is incredibly easy and super flavourful. The recipe combination provides a moderate amount of pasta per person with lean chicken and a generous serving of vegetables; which is a good thing as many people tend to eat larger than wise portions of higher carbohydrate pasta.
Crisp and crumbles are a great way to celebrate summer. Bring this dish to a picnic or BBQ and you'll be sure to make new friends.
Before it hits the grill, this chicken is marinated in an Asian-inspired ginger-garlic marinade. The chicken can be hot off the grill or barbecued ahead of time and used cold. Marinade chicken overnight for best results.
I came across this in a cookbook that we received with our new barbeque last year and as soon as I found a recipe that had no salt added I had to try it. Happily it was a hit with my entire family and I hope you will enjoy it too!
This recipe was given to me by a patient many years ago and I sometimes substitute dry white wine for half of the broth.