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Here at canfitpro, we are always looking for new ways of developing marvelous creations in the kitchen.

Below you will see a collection of healthy and delicious simple recipes that will not only satisfy your hunger, but will provide you with the essential nutrients to help you get through your workouts.

Whether you are looking for your next family meal or need something on the go, the following recipes will surely appease your appetite.


Breakfast Boosters

Delectable Desserts

Mouthwatering Meals

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    Avocado Shots

    Written by: Tatiana Vicol

    Green, smooth, and delicious, avocados are packed with healthy fats, E, K & B vitamins, also minerals like potassium & magnesium. Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin, a powerful antioxidant & plays an important role in skins aging process. Vitamin K plays an important role in blood clot formation and strong bones. B vitamins help with stress & anxiety symptoms, PMS, & memory. The monounsaturated fat found in avocadoes may help lower LDL, also known as "lousy" cholesterol which in turn helps prevent heart disease.

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  • AMAZING Vegan Pizza with Cauliflower ‘N Walnut Crumble Image

    AMAZING Vegan Pizza with Cauliflower ‘N Walnut Crumble

    This spicy vegan alternative to ground meat is fabulous on its own, on pizza, pasta, tacos, enchiladas, burritos, nachos or in chili, curries, soups, etc. Use it to top salads, fill nori wraps, soft corn tortillas, collards, lettuce leaves, and rice paper wrappers. Add seasonal veggies, guacamole, piccolo, salsa, pesto or my simple 'n spicy sunbutter satay sauce for an amazing vegan meal everyone will love—meat eaters included! Once you've tasted this creation, it'll become your favourite version of pizza!​​

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    The Youth Salad

    Written by: Tatiana Vicol

    So, what's the deal with the Phytonutrients? These are compounds found in plants, nutrients that protect the plant from UV radiation. Pretty smart, right? Multiple studies have shown that just as in plants, these smart chemicals have the ability to combat free radicals in the human body. A free radical is a molecule missing an electron. When these molecules are cruising around your DNA or other cell membranes they steal electrons from them through a process called oxidation. Aging, cancer, cell mutation, immune function damage, heart disease, and much more are all influenced by your body's ability or antioxidant availability to combat these nasty cruisers.

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  • Simple n’ Sexy Salt Seared Salmon or Tuna Image

    Simple n’ Sexy Salt Seared Salmon or Tuna

    Written by: Teri Gentes

    Ingredients: 16 oz fresh organic or wild salmon fillets (skinned) or 1 inch thick tuna steaks 1 large clove of fresh...

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  • Roasted Vegan Vegetarian Torte Image

    Roasted Vegan Vegetarian Torte

    Written by: Teri Gentes

    This fabulous "whole food" main course comes together quickly, shortcuts are an option and it can be prepped in advance. Rich in vitamins and minerals, healthy fats, quality carbs, and fibre - it is a perfect protein meal that promotes alkalinity. Make it your own by choosing your favourite veggies. If you're in a pinch, buy a jar of roasted peppers, rinsing well to remove the vinegary taste.

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  • Garden-Fresh Tomato, Hemp, and Herb Sauce and Dip Image

    Garden-Fresh Tomato, Hemp, and Herb Sauce and Dip

    Written by: Teri Gentes

    When fresh local veggies are abundant, this sauce n' dip is spectacular. Generously drizzled over Romaine lettuce or Radicchio that's been given a fast flash over the fire, will 'wow' your taste buds. No time to grill? Try generously topping garden greens, sliced cucumbers, and feta cheese. Serve with local artisan bread. This tasty, fresh creation provides an abundance of anti-oxidants and Omega-3s, which are great to help reduce inflammation and boost both brain power and mood.

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    Smoked Salmon Scramble

    Ingredients: Smoked Salmon, 4 oz 1 Stem of Fre...

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  • Lemony Chickpea Stir-Fry Image

    Lemony Chickpea Stir-Fry

    Heat 1 tablespoon of the olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat and stir in a pinch of salt, the onion, and chickpeas. Sauté until the chickpeas are deeply golden and crusty.

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    Brown Rice Recovery Salad

    Written by: VEGA

    This gluten-free brown rice salad contains the ideal recovery ratio of 3:1-4:1 carbohydrate to protein. It's easy to prepare in the 20 minute post workout recovery phase, but can also be prepared well in advance. The greens contained here are packed full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fibre. The cold pressed oils in this salad are great for lubricating your joints and fighting inflammation. The magnesium found in the brown rice is great for relaxing tired muscles.

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    Nutty Butter Squash Bake

    Written by: VEGA

    Quality fats give our bodies energy. Coconut oil and the omega-3 fatty acids found in nuts and seeds fuel our bodies from the inside out and keep our minds sharp for the demands of day-to-day life. Coconut oil contains a medium chain triglyceride that is easily digested prior to exercise (similar to a carbohydrate), but sustains energy well, due it to being a fatty acid.

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  • Broiled Tofu Stir-fry with Fresh Pineapple Relish Image

    Broiled Tofu Stir-fry with Fresh Pineapple Relish

    Written by: VEGA

    Stir-fries are one of the easiest meals to create when you're short on time. If you're transitioning to eating more plant-based meals, stir-fries are a great place to start, since the main focus is on flavours and vegetables—not necessarily meat.

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  • Fully-loaded Spring Samosas Image

    Fully-loaded Spring Samosas

    Written by: Sarah Britton

    "When I decided that I wanted to make samosas this week, the one thing stopping me was the dough. Just thinking about out how to make it thin, flaky and crispy without deep-frying it, and hopefully gluten-free without any weird ingredients was enough to make me throw in the towel before even hitting the cutting board. I knew that I was entering into a multi-attempt recipe project, and that made me want to lay down and take a big ol' nap, when all I wanted was to bite into a hot and spicy, crispy samosa. Oh, life is hard." - Sarah Britton, My New Roots

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    The Best Coconut Soup, Ever

    Written by: Sarah Britton

    "To say this dish is good would be the understatement of the year. It is so explosively flavourful, so complex, sobeguilingly delicious that you will want to make it over and over again, as I have. It is also disappointingly easy; just throw everything into the pot and simmer for a bit, strain, and voila! It's kind of like making a big pot of tea. It just goes to show that when you have the right ingredients, delicious food can be so delightfully simple." - Sarah Britton, My New Roots

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    Another reason to eat avacados

    Written by: Kathy Smart

    In case you needed another reason to eat avacados, here it is.

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Satiating Smoothies

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    Dragon Slayer Smoothie

    Written by: Teri Gentes

    A post workout power-house smoothie with alkaline sustenance, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and immune boosting nutrients and infused with recovery enhancers...

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    Smoothie in a bowl

    Written by: Tatiana Vicol

    Did you know that quinoa is related to species such as beetroot, spinach and tumbleweeds? It is gluten free and a complete protein. It is also...

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    Super "Milk" Shake

    Written by: Tatiana Vicol

    I like to think that there are always alternatives, particularly when it comes to food, mainly because we have to consume it in order to...

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    UpBeet Energy Drink

    Written by: Tatiana Vicol

    Juicing is a great way to get all your vitamins and minerals in one shot. Even though juicing can be beneficial it may also increase your blood sugar levels due to loss of fibre from the fruits and vegetables.

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    Cookies & Cream Recovery Smoothie

    Ideal for strength athletes in pursuit of building lean mass, this recovery smoothie is a delicious way to feed your fatigued muscles while reducing inflammation and oxidative damage to your cells.

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    TRG’s Purple Power Shake

    Written by: Teri Gentes

    Ingredients: 1 frozen banana – in chunks (peel ripe bananas, cut into bite size pieces, and freeze until needed)

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    Oh My Greeness!

    Written by: Tatiana Vicol

    Ingredients: ½ avocado, 1 cup almond milk, bunch kale (stems removed), ½ lime, juice only, water (as needed)

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  • Leaping Leprechaun Smoothie Image

    Leaping Leprechaun Smoothie

    Written by: Dee Miller

    Ingredients: 1 cup (250 mL) almond milk (unsweetened), 1 cup (250 mL) spinach (fresh), 1 scoop (29g) Vanilla protein powder, ¼ cup (60 mL) avocado (chopped frozen), ½ tsp (2.5 mL) Matcha tea powder, Stevia to taste

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