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I love this breakfast! The banana gives it just the right amount of sweetness and the vanilla soy milk adds to the wonderful aroma. I actually just add all the ingredients to the heated soy milk in the morning and take it to work with me. It cooks on its own in my bag and then I just heat it up at work. Delicious and good for you!! Submitted by IAMSHE-RA
Crisps are a quick and easy dessert. I like to use whatever fruit is in season: blueberries, strawberries, peaches, cherries, plums, pears, and apples.
I use two cups of fruit in this recipe so that each person gets a full serving of fruit, but when you buy berries they come in pints. One pint of berries yields about 1 1/2 cups. That means you're either a half-cup short or you need to buy two and have a cup leftover. Save the extra berries for your morning cereal, freeze them for smoothies--or just add them to the crisp. The more fruit, the merrier.
You can use frozen (no need to thaw before baking) or fresh fruit in this recipe.
Serve any leftovers atop plain yogurt for breakfast. Submitted by STEPFANIER
These healthy breakfast bars provide a respectable level of protein and fiber without a ton of calories. Best of all, they can be eaten on the run. Reconfigure the "additions" to suit your fancy.... or replace the Splenda with another sweetener if you're trying to stay "au natural." This is a base recipe that can be tweaked to your taste!Submitted by TUESDAYS
Start your day with this hearty, low-fat granola.
This slightly sweet cereal is good with nonfat milk or light soy milk as well as nonfat vanilla yogurt. Buy the ingredients in the bulk section of your local grocery and you'll save money.Submitted by SCARLETTMINI
This is a whole grain, low calorie version of the Fannie Farmer cookbook muffin. Oatmeal, whole grain four, and Splenda is used instead of pastry flour and sugar. You could further cut it using egg substitute and oil instead of butter. I raised my kids on this muffin recipe - and have since made it a bit more healthy. Submitted by LLCURTS
This recipe is for 3 loaves of bread, 2 for the week and one to freeze. It is meant to be made with a stand mixer, but you don't need one. This has more good fat and fiber than most recipes.
This recipe is best for sandwiches, toast, french toast, dinner rolls, and sub rolls (adjust sizes).
This bread is dense, filling and good for you! You can add some wheat gluten to make it rise a little more and make it a little less dense.Submitted by WOMAN15R
This easy to make, easy to store and easy to reheat cereal cooks overnight in a crock pot while you sleep. It keeps well, so you can make it ahead of time so that you can reheat in a microwave any timeSubmitted by CEIDEM