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Healthy fruity oat squares! Nutrition info adapted slightly (non-vegan), using BUTTER instead of Earth Balance (I do not have this), and brown sugar (rather than sucanat).
A nice alternative to a "nutri-grain" type cereal bar. Mix up the flavors using different fruits!
Angela's Blog Recipe:
homemade-jam/Submitted by FIT-WHIT
Hearty, filling breakfast. Good source of fiber and protein.Submitted by FIT-WHIT
This classic Punjabi dish, called masaledar chholay, is often served as part of a big Sunday lunch, along with raita, naan and salad.
Recipe by Sanjeev Kapoor
Found on foodandwine.comSubmitted by FIT-WHIT
Little miniature "egg-bakes" make for a tasty weekend breakfast. Use your favorite vegetables and breakfast meats you have on hand!Submitted by FIT-WHIT
A little lunch-dish I came up with when I was facing cravings for mac 'n cheese. Easy to throw together for one (or multiply for dinner). This recipe is best prepared when wheatberries and beans are cooked ahead of time.
This is a great satisfying meal to quench a mac 'n cheese craving, with the added bonus of protein from the beans and wheatberries, low-calorie swiss cheese, and a full serving of veggies!Submitted by FIT-WHIT
This is a quick easy meal with a LOT of flavor! Can be made for breakfast or dinner, and is fun to customize by adding your favorite veggies to the mix! Can also be made with deli ham or "real" eggs, but with higher calorie count and cholesterol. Submitted by FIT-WHIT
Easy recipe with no baking! Great way to satisfy a candy-bar-craving!
Recipe from Maryea, blogger at HappyHealthyMama.com
Recipe link: http://happyhealthymama.com/2011/02/pure-j
oy-bars.htmlSubmitted by FIT-WHIT
This is a fresh, flavorful warm-salad, most easily thrown together when one or more ingredients are prepped ahead of time. Cook your rice and/or beans ahead of time, and use part of a winter squash you've chopped already.
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