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Recipes I've Shared:

Homemade Instant Oatmeal with Flax

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Healthy Little Snack Balls

Full of good stuff, these little guys pack a nutritious punch (but don't eat too many! Though they are only about 65 calories each, they could add up!)

Belgian Raisin Breakfast Bread

Belgian raisin bread - not as sweet as typical American raisin bread. Really delicious with a great texture.

Simple Granola

You can add more to this (my grandmother always used dried milk and coconut and almonds or other nuts), but this is a super simple granola recipe with maple syrup. If you don't have real maple syrup, don't use fake - just use honey. A serving is 1/4 c.

Homemade Pumpkin & Whole Wheat Pasta with Flax Seed

This makes about 1/2 lb of pasta dough, and is calculated for 8 servings

Homemade Beet & Whole Wheat Pasta with Flax Seed

This makes about half a pound of pasta dough, and is calculated for 8 servings.

Homemade Spinach & Whole Wheat Pasta with Flax Seed

This makes pasta dough - about 1/2 lb. It is calculated at 8 servings.

Mango & Cucumber Salad

A delicious and refreshing salad

Pumpkin Pancakes with Yogurt

Courtesy of my friend, Sandy! Nutrition is calculated per pancake, if you make small pancakes (This made about 45 letter shaped pancakes)

Cream of Tomato Soup II

From Mollie Katzen's Enchanted Broccoli Forest. Got it from Turtlemom001 on BBC CFYF.

Pineapple Mango Curd

Amazing! Tastes completely decadent, but each tablespoon is only about 30 calories! (Nutrition data calculated with a tablespoon as a serving)

Grandma Roberts' Maple Glazed Hot Dogs with Apples

This sounds weird, but try it! It's really delicious, and quick.

Cream of the Crop Fruit Mini-Muffins (modified from King Arthur Flour)

I modified this from a recipe I found at King Arthur Flour. These are not overly sweet, so if you like your muffins on the sweet side, you might either want to add a tad more sugar, some brown sugar, or a little jelly.

Chickpea Burgers

Not really suitable for grilling, but if you scoop them into a frying pan and flatten them, they make nice burger alternatives.