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Good snack for kids, portable, not too messy, and you know exactly what's in them, unlike store bought granola bars. This is really easy to adapt by changing the nuts and fruits and spices you add. Could also use other extracts besides vanilla.Submitted by FRUITBOT
Well, nothing beats this on a rainy fall day. Chases an afternoon spent on the ice-rink well...Submitted by FRUITBOT
-- kids love, not great nutritionally, but hopefully not TOO bad?! higher carbSubmitted by BEYOUROWNCAUSE
My son has been gaining weight slowly. The gastrointerologist recommended I give him 2 cans of Pediasure every day. (Eww.) http://pediasure.com/Products
Basically fat, sugar, soy protein, and vitamins, plus a bunch of other waste products that don't have to be in there. I think I could do better than that with what we've got in the fridge.
I am experimenting with some alternative "Pediasures"- basically whole food high-cal, high-nutrient smoothies.
I made one tonight that looks like green tea ice cream and tastes like lime and coconut! Yum.
As I was making it I felt sinister, like a kid making "potions" again. I couldn't believe it was palatable, but I swear it tastes good. (And I hate things like energy bars...) I think I'm going to freeze some of it into popsicles...I thought it was impressively comparable in nutrition to Pediasure considering it was just basically a shot in the dark with whatever I had. When you are getting nutrition from whole food sources the content is usually lower, but it is more bioavailable so more of it gets into you. It was even higher in some nutrients than Pediasure. Anyway, you have to make your own decision about what to put in your kid, but for myself, I feel better about real foods rather than vitamins and industrial byproducts.Submitted by LADYJADEY
I use these for school box and sport treats for my 5yrs daughter , she has TYPE 1 diabeties , so we look for a low fat snack ,she has 1/2 slice
this is still a little high at 19% and were currently working on a lower fat version and 172 calories.Submitted by RHEE17
This is cobbled together from two different on-line recipes. I added the flax. I didn't have four eggs so it was made with three eggs instead. Used some suggestions to replace white sugar with brown and used apple sauce for half the oil, as seen here on SP. If you have pre-mixed pumpkin pie spice you can use 3 1/2 tsp of that. Submitted by WINTERWINGS