Magnifatic's Cooking for Life Cookbook 2
14 Recipes Created by MAGNIFATIC
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This is a bar recipe a friend of mine gave me. The original recipe was for a protein bar, but I didn't have any protein powder at the time, so I left it out. If you want to make it a protein bar simply add 2 cups of protein powder and add an extra 1/2 cup of honey. This bar makes a great snack for before or after a workout!
It's very easy to add in other yummy ingredients...some things I've tried are: sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, ground flax, raisins, sesame seeds, dark chocolate chips, wheat germ, nonfat powdered milk & unsweetened dried coconut. The possibilities are endless! This is such a great alternative to those pricey protein bars you can buy from the store & this way you know exactly what's in them! Just play with the recipe and have fun!Submitted by ANG76H
In 15 minutes, this easy recipe will take the chill off a cold evening.
An easy, fast, and lower fat version of this restaurant favorite.
A spicy Cajun twist to the familiar Caesar salad.
A tasty variation on a favorite.
This roasted chicken gets its sticky coating from the juices it releases while being baked.
A low-fat and easy to prepare version of this favorite chicken entree.
Time to Pick a Bone
You can make a good ham and bean soup using just cubes of ham alone, but to get the best flavor you should use a ham bone. You can get your ham bone from the butcher, since they will often give them away or sell them very cheaply, or you can use a leftover bone from a ham that you have served for dinner.
If you are making a ham for dinner, then any leftover ham can be used in the soup as well. In fact, the best ham and bean soup recipes use both ham bones as well as cubes of ham.
A healthy alternative to an American favorite.