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11/2 cups all-purpose flour
11/2 cups Quaker Oats(quick or old fashioned,uncooked)
1/2 cup sugar ( baking with splenda )
2 cup fresh orange juice
1/4 cup oil (vegetable )
1 egg,lightly beaten
1 cup cranraisins
1/2 cup choped nuts ( pecan or walnut )
1 tablespoon baking powder
Heat oven to 400 F.
Spray medium muffin pan with cooking spray,Mix orange juice, oil, and egg in bowl set aside. In larger bowl mix dry ingredients, then add wet to the dry until moistened( might need to add a little more orange juice if to dry.
Fill muffin pan 3/4 full. Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until golden brown.Let stand a few minutes; remove from pan.
Makes 1 DozenSubmitted by NOMOREFAT24
Frustrated with refined sugars and preservatives in commercial granola bars, I started making these as a healthy portable snack for my toddlers. They're good for adults too!
The nutritional calculations are based on a choice of almonds, dried apricots, dried mango and crystallized ginger in a 2:1:1 ratio.Submitted by SRTWINS47
Wow this smoothie is delicious, is packed with heart healthy fiber, fat, and made to keep you full and energized! The Flax provides heart healthy Omega 3 fat and loads of fiber, 2 key ingredients to keeping you full longer and full of energy. No insulin spiking food here! Remember you are trying to not have to add any sugar, wheat, or dairy (cholesterol free) except for the sugar in the rice milk (if you use it) and banana to avoid increases in insulin and storage of body fat.Submitted by EVERFITFIT
** Great Value Products from Wal-Mart & Great Tasting!Submitted by B_TWLGHT
One of these with a glass of milk is like breakfast on the run!Submitted by DIXLYNNE
My mom made this shake as a power packed breakfast alternative!Submitted by CPARKS2010