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This recipe is a higher-protein and -iron revision of a recipe from the cookbook: "Vegan With a Vengeance (199)," or Moskowitz and Romano's Website: www.theppk.com. High protein-TVP and molasses has been added to add nutrition to this treat. Enjoy!Submitted by GMARGARITA
My kids beg for this great pasta salad and I normally take this to summer pot-lucks. It's always a huge hit and it's so easy to make that I can wait until the last minute. I created this recipe from some ingredients I had on hand one day when I realized I didn’t have anything planned for dinner and it was too hot out to use the stove or oven for very long. We didn’t have any bread for sandwiches (a favorite in our house in the summer) and I didn’t want to run to the store. If you follow this recipe exactly, you will have a very large bowl that will easily feed 10 or more people for dinner. It’s a colorful dish that can be used as a side or a meal by itself. I hope you enjoy this dish as much as my family and friends do.Submitted by ALENAORRISON
I've been trying to stay away from white four (all-purpose) so I bought a bag of whole wheat flour. In search of a whole wheat recipe I came across this recipe http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Whole-Whe
at-Honey-Banana-Muffins-115432 and thought it would be perfect. I decided to take this recipe to the next level of health by replacing the oil with applesauce, it worked! These are fluffy and moist and just yummy. For fun I sprinkled some with oats and honey. I recommend sprinkling them with honey because it makes the tops kind of gooey and delicious, but only a drizzle or else it will be really doughy on top.
I used mini muffin tins and made about 65 muffins. But towards the end I just got impatient and filled up three regular sized muffin cups.
I think these are the perfect way to get in some complex carbs and fiber and the wheat germ gives it a great extra health kick!