The season’s first snowfall has arrived and the chill has many of us spending more time inside. Grab your most cozy blanket, light your favourite candle and get comfy, because we’re sharing our top tips to enjoy a cozy night in.
Skip the cooking
Sure, there’s a certain satisfaction in sitting down to enjoy a home-cooked meal, but all that work and then the dishes to clean afterwards leaves little time to relax. Treat yourself to a break and order in. Whether you’re ordering for one or for many, Kitchen Hub Food Hall has something for everyone. With options ranging from Thai food with a side of cheesecake or a Peruvian appetizer with a juicy burger or indulgent pizza, Kitchen Hub satisfies all your cravings by combining delicious dishes from a selection of Toronto’s favourite restaurants all in one take out order.
Pour yourself a glass
Not hungry? Or looking for the perfect wine to pair with your dinner from Kitchen Hub? Look no further than Jackson Family Wines. Indulge in the taste of luxury with their California wines. If you love red, try the La Crema Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, boasting notes of bold red fruit. More into white wines? Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay is fruit-forward and food-friendly.
Satisfy your sweet tooth
One of Ninja® ’s latest launches, the Ninja® CREAMi™ allows you to satisfy your sweet tooth however you like. Looking for an ice cream twist on a classic? Try a Fruity Cereal Ice Cream or Creamy Carrot Cake Ice Cream. Or, if you’re feeling festive, why not make a Peppermint Swirl Gelato? Not only can you make whatever your heart (or stomach) desires, but the ice cream-making process is a fun one, too. The pint is your oyster!
Sneak some nutrition into your snacks
Who doesn’t love the satisfying comfort of reaching into a bag of chips while watching a favourite movie or TV show? We certainly do, but Summer Fresh has introduced a way to have all the deliciousness of potato chips with the bonus of added protein - their fan-favourite Salt & Vinegar and Dill Pickle hummus flavours! Eat them on a cracker, a pita chip or even a plain potato chip - it’s a great way to mix-and-match flavours without opening multiple bags.
Which of these delicious tips will you be giving a try this winter?