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This is a Healthier version of Hailey's Egg Cup. Fabulous to have in the morning whenyou just want some hand food.Submitted by GALOBLUE
They're filling, balanced, and will keep you going for hours, and you will not feel the need for much if any sweetening. I also like to add pecans to this recipe (1 cup, chopped), but figured not everyone would think the combination is worth the extra calories and fat...
Makes a dozen 5 to 6 inch pancakes. 2 pancakes per serving.Submitted by WAIT4IT
These muffins are very moist and flavorful. Hard to believe they are so low-calorie and still this good. Perfect for a snack, a light breakfast, or heck even dessert. Submitted by WAIT4IT
These scones are moist, spiced, and slightly sweet, with a great overall texture. Good for breakfast, brunch, dessert, side, or even on the go. There are two optional glazes that are included in the ingredient list, with their added calories, etc at the bottom of the instructions. Makes 16 2oz scones.
Submitted by WAIT4IT
These muffins are loaded with nutrition which includes: bran, wheat germ, flaxseed meal, raisins, cranberries, unsweetened applesauce and pecansSubmitted by STRINGBEAN61
Recently I made yogurt in my crockpot. Honestly I did it just to see if I COULD. I didn't have much hope that it would turn out well. But the yogurt is amazing. And as it turns out has the additional benefit of costing only 40% of purchasing yogurt, has no added fillers and thickeners that even the organic healthy yogurts I buy still contain, and best of all I can use whatever probiotics we happen to be taking at the time, not just the same 2 or 3 cultures used by the yogurt manufacturers. (I vary my families probiotics to maintain the balance of flora, otherwise you'll get an overgrowth of one or more particular probiotics)
I am including a link to the blog where I got the recipe. However, I did make some changes. My first batch was with coconut milk since my 8 year old can't eat soy or dairy. Next I'll be trying soymilk. From what I've read you can use any kind of "milk" you'd like, even nut milks. Here is what I did.
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This is my basic recipe for scrambled tofu. I often change it up by using vegetables that need to go, adding salsa and wrapping it in a tortilla, or adding Old Bay (a seasoning we use here in Maryland for crabs.)Submitted by MOMMYSWAMI