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I found this recipe online. Sorry, I can't remember where or I'd definitely give them credit. I've changed out some of the white flour for whole wheat. This is a double batch, and it freezes very well.
This is a variation of the "Fruit and Veggie Muffin" recipe I found at www.5dollardinners.com
I use my stand mixer to make these. Very easy, not very sweet, delicious!
Great for batch cooking and storing in the freezer. Just thaw 10 seconds in the microwave or a few minutes onthe counter.
This is a variation of the "Fruit and Veggie Muffin" recipe I found on www.5dollardinners.com.
This recipe freezes very well, just thaw 10 secondsin the microwave or a few minutes on the counter.
This is not a very sweet muffin, but great tasting and easy to make.
These pancakes are really filling and stay with you for a long time. This recipe is adapted from Taste of Home.
I came up with this idea one evening out of things I had in my fridge. You could easily change the fillings or add more. It's like a pizza sandwich!
I made this trifle for my mom (who is diabetic) for her birthday. It turned out REALLY yummy. What little bit of sugar is in here, could either be left out completely or could be replaced with another sweetener. The agave nectar is low on the glycemic index.
This is my mom's version of the original squash casserole that used to be offered at Black-Eyed Pea restaurants. In my opinion, this is MUCH better. It's requested at all family functions and there are rarely leftovers.
Basically, this stew uses canned good you already have in your pantry and any partially used bags of frozen veggies or leftovers. Change it up for yourself as needed.