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Packed with vitamins and minerals, 4 g protein and 4 g fiber, at just over 150 calories! These are great for breakfast on the go or an afternoon snack. Soooo moist, give em a try!
So yummy, youve got to try these...great for breakfast with a sugar free jam, like a peanut butter & jelly sandwich! Kids love them too, my two year old has one for desert!
This is sooooo good, give it a try! You can also cut calories by not pouring the skim milk over top when finished, thats just something my daughter and I like, makes it thinner. Or sub any toppings, I used almonds and raisins.
Only 88 calories! They go great with a slice of whole grain toast and jam for a light and very filling breakfast. And they are sooo good, you have to try them!
Less than 70 calories per pancake, you can easily have two for breakfast and still have room for some turkey bacon or eggs! Almost 2g fiber and 4g protein per pancake as well! Good and good for you, cant beat the simplicity either.
A huge burst of Vitamin A, and a small bar is only 55 calories! Cut these bars into 15 rather than 30 and its still only about 100 calories, what a great snack!
I realized half way through that I didnt have eggs, so I made it without. The recipe calls for 2 lg egg whites, but was perfectly fine with none. You can also use veg oil if you prefer. A great snack anytime of day, my 2 yr old loves it and has no idea there is cauliflower in it!!! We only eat a small slice as our serving size so that is what is calculated, you may eat more if you have it for breakfast though....enjoy!
so good and so good for you! Less than 100 calories per serving! Great alternative desert for children. You can even put in 1/4 cup shredded zucchini in place of 1/4 cup bananas to get some veggies in there. Enjoy!
from hungry girl.com
Yum! So healthy, so tasty! You really cant go wrong with these. My daughter and I top them with peanut butter and a drizzle of honey for a high fiber/high protein breakfast.
4 g of protien and 3 g of fiber! High in vitamins too! These taste amazing and are so good for you. Pair them with some yogurt and a piece of fruit and they make an awesome breakfast. I make them for my daughter for her snacks rather than buying granola bars with half the nutrition. Feel free to leave out the brown sugar if you dont have a huge sweet tooth like me, the rest of the recipe stays the same! Enjoy....
You can add 1 c of skim milk to yhis recipe if you arent vegan and it makes it more muffin-like. The consistency is more like that of a pound cake as is, solid, but very tasty! And the one cup of banana can be sub with 1 cup of any puree or mash (pumpkin, apple, carrot, zucchini, etc.) If you use an unsweet puree, add more honey, up to 1/4 c. And add any dried fruit or nuts you want.