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A lightly sweet healthful cookie...great for breakfast on the go!
Made with honey instead of sugar as it has a lower glycemic index.
Made with beans for added nutritional punch (shh, don't tell my kids, LOL!)
The longer you marinade, the stronger the flavor!
Can also substitute brandy for the cognac...
Thank you to TOBEARUNNER; Christy, for this wonderful recipe...nothing like the sweet smell of pumpkin cooking on a cool day! Added to SP Recipes for the nutritionals & thought I would share. Enjoy, we sure did! =)
We had a bumper crop of grape tomatoes this year so I was searching for some recipes to use them up. Found the base of this recipe on COOKS.com & tweaked it to our tastes.
The result is a light, healthy summer dinner.
A light, tastey, & low sodium way to use up some leftover chicken.
It's valentines day!
I make these & bake in the mini aluminum loaf pans to take on our camping & sailing trips.
Great healthier yet child (& husband, lol!) approved yumminess!
Nutritionals include chocolate chips & raisins.
These are moist, dense muffins that are NOT sugar or fat free...but are still on the healthy side of things.
I baked them to take on a camping trip & they were not only delicious first thing in the morning, but a nice pick-me-up during a hike~!
My 3 & 5yr olds love them too...a big + ;-)
Note to self: mini chocolate chips would be a good addition!
I may try with 100% whole grain
I copied another SP recipe, but needed the nutritionals w/o artificial sweeteners & butter. ;-)
I used to beg my Dad to make these growing up. With my healthier lifestyle I wanted to try with some whole grain. These turned out perfectly!
I think next time I will give a yolk to the dog, use a light soy milk & add in some wheatgerm to kick up the nutritional value a bit more.
Enjoy! ~we always do! ;-)
So easy & so good!
Great with mashed potatoes or noodles with veggies of your choice on the side.
A very slight variation of Wolfgang Puck, 2004 recipe.
I was looking for something new to try with my summer tomato abundance & this was a winner! Entered into SP for the nutritionals & thought I would share. ;-)
Very tasty & healthy!
My husband enjoys fishing off Catalina Island here in California & frequently brings home skipjack. It is a tuna...but the fishier tasting kind...so not the best eats. HOWEVER, I have discovered that we all LOVE it for tuna sandwiches! If you have a fisherman in your family, give this a try. It is a sandwich that my fussy 4yr old daughter devours!
This is a family favorite!
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Some recipes I use with ingredients from my little garden...