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Monday Meal Ideas From The HuffPost Canada Living Contributors

08/31/2015 06:37 EDT | Updated 08/31/2015 06:59 EDT
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Eating the same old meals week after week is never fun. So if you're looking to shake things up in the kitchen, you're in luck! Every day from Monday to Friday, Everyday Eats will round up simple yet delicious recipes from the HuffPost Canada contributors.

From international cuisine to gluten-free baking, our experts have something for everyone — even the pickiest of eaters. Take a look at today's menu, and let us know how your dishes turn out in the comments. Be sure to check back every day for more mouthwatering meal inspiration.

Bon appétit!

monday menu

  • Breakfast: Overnight Waffles With Quick Berry Sauce
    Megan Newton / Food & Whine
    Megan Newton, Food & Whine: "I love this particular waffle batter recipe, because you make it the night before, so that in the morning you have batter ready to go. All I need to do is heat up the waffle iron and in a few minutes we have perfect waffles." Get the recipe here.
  • Lunch: Grilled Watermelon & Halloumi Cheese Salad
    Jennifer Hodge / Clockwatching Tart
    Jennifer Hodge, Clockwatching Tart: "Here's a beautiful way to celebrate summer! Grilled slices of watermelon and halloumi cheese over lemony green beans." Get the recipe here.
  • Dinner: Baby Back Ribs
    Angela Amati / Ciao Down
    Angela Amati, Ciao Down: "[These ribs] are crispy and flavorful, yet moist and tender. The glaze is a perfect balance of sweet and savory with a hint of spice." Get the recipe here.
  • Cocktail: Cucumber Honeydew Cocktail
    Taylor Stinson and Nathalie Sehgal / The Girls On Bloor
    Taylor Stinson and Nathalie Sehgal, The Girls On Bloor: "We decided to make a cool, refreshing and light cocktail that's perfect for the end of summer. Our Cucumber Honeydew Cocktail goes well with rum, vodka or gin!" Get the recipe here.
  • Dessert: Vanilla Cherry Crisp
    Angie Wright / Friday is Cake Night
    Angie Wright, Friday is Cake Night: "The hardest thing about this recipe is waiting for it to cool long enough before digging in!" Get the recipe here.