Discover recipes for easy and nutritious meals to help you eat more healthfully and sustainably.
Toasted Granola & Berries Cottage Cheese
Oven-Roasted Cauliflower Soup
Did you know? When you see the Blue Cow Logo on a product, it means it’s made with 100% Canadian quality milk that meets some of the highest standards in the world.
Tasty Squash and Bean Salad
Did you know? Canadian milk is produced with some of the world’s strictest standards. Canadian dairy farmers are vigilant in producing milk of the highest quality, without the use of artificial growth hormones and follow the regulation to ensure that the milk you drink is exempt of antibiotics.
Yogurt and Spiced Roasted Peaches
Did you know? The greenhouse gas emissions of Canadian milk production is less than half of the global average.
Chicken, Vegetable and Gouda Couscous
One-pot Tuna & Broccoli Pasta
Easy Chickpea and Veggie Pita Pizzas
Did you know? Like all food industries, the dairy sector in Canada is regulated at the national level by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. These food safety regulations are in addition to provincial regulations governing dairy-farming practices, as well as the proAction, a mandatory dairy sector quality assurance program.
Kale Barley Salad with Maple Vinaigrette
Instant Spiced Apples with Brie
One-Skillet Creamy Chicken Rotini
Did you know? According to Environment and Climate Change Canada, the federal government department responsible for coordinating environmental policies and programs, Canadian milk production only accounts for about 1% of Canada’s total greenhouse gas emissions.
Apple Cinnamon Oat Protein Pancakes
Did you know? Canadian milk found in retail stores of major cities across the country typically comes from farms within 200 kilometers.
Creamy Enchilada Soup
Did you know? Between 2011 and 2016, a rigorous study called a Life-Cycle Analysis showed that carbon footprint, water consumption, and land use associated with milk production in Canada have decreased by 7%, 6%, and 11%, respectively.
Black Bean Sheet Pan Quesadillas
Peppermint Vanilla Tea Latte
Curry with Chickpeas and Squash
Milk is a source of 15 essential nutrients and adding it to your favourite recipes greatly improves the nutritional value of the meal.
Easy Broccoli, Bean and Fusilli Pasta
Dark Chocolate and Cherry Bread Pudding
Cinnamon Apple Dessert with Greek Yogurt and Macadamia Nuts
Did you know? Canadians of all ages tend not to get enough calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin D and potassium. Milk is a source of all of these key nutrients.
Family Favourite Chili
Did you know? Milk is a naturally nutritious and minimally processed food.
Grilled Cheese with Asparagus and Mushrooms
Protein can be found in both plant-based and animal-based protein foods, and they each provide a unique bundle of nutrients that are essential to health.
Kasha Bowl with Vegetables and Chicken
Lasagna with Ratatouille Sauce
Lemony Ginger Milk-and-Honey Tea
Did you know? Milk, cheese and yogurt naturally provide calcium that your body absorbs well.
Mediterranean-Inspired Power Bowl
Mhalbi Pudding with White Chocolate, Cinnamon and Cardamom
Did you know? From 1990 to 2020, Canadian dairy farmers have reduced the carbon footprint of a litre of milk by 25% thanks to improved practices and use of innovative technology on their farms.
One Pot Barley and Vegetables
Protein helps build and repair body tissues, helps build antibodies and strong muscles.
One Pot Indian-Inspired Paneer and Chickpeas
Did you know? 68% of Canadians of all ages do not get enough calcium in their diet.
Red Lentil Soup
Simple Mushroom, Spinach and Tomato Frittata
Simple Yogurt and Fruit Breakfast Bowl
Did you know? The dairy farm sector has committed to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050.