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A delicious breakfast!
Love this recipe. I cannot claim that it is healthy - it is mostly sugar! - but at least there are no chemicals if using high quality sugar, cocoa powder and salt!
A yummy way to use up all of our CSA potatoes and incorporate some of the fresh spinach we have in the fridge!!
I made this using Bratwurst we had in the freezer. Was looking to use up our cabbage!
What a fun way to use cabbage!
This was a fun way to use our Rainbow Chard!
High in protein and fiber - this is a great filler for breakfast!
These are a delicious, quick breakfast that kids love!
This is a wonderful white chili recipe! So tasty! Cannot go wrong!
This is an exceptional tasting salad! Great for parties, picnics or just at home!
This was a delicious breakfast. Next time I would try to make the biscuits using a whole wheat flour.
This quiche is super easy to make and delicious too!
NOT a healthy recipe. Only adding it to SP to count the calories. Would not recommend unless you do not mind processed, boxed mix cake. It was so-so, but not totally *homemade* as I prefer.
Delicious! Come out almost more like pancakes than cookies. This recipe originally had a frosting recipe w/ it, but I did not include frosting. They do not need it! I added more cinnamon and nutmeg than called for (included in this version) and used whole wheat flour vs all-purpose. This recipe also has more pumpkin puree than the original.
We use whole wheat flour in place of all-purpose. We also try to use organic when we can (eggs, flour, green onions in this recipe).
This recipe Nutrition Facts does not include Plain Greek Yogurt (did not have when we made). Does include the garnish green onions.
This recipe calls for 1 rotisserie chicken, but I used 1# of boneless, skinless and it was perfect! Also, the amount of pasta was not noted. I made this to feed 4, so I used 8 oz (2oz per serving). This ended up making about 14 cups (soup ladles) when measured, so I had SP calculate calories per cup.
This is something I am throwing together for dinner tonight.
Nutrition Facts Calculated Per Meat Ball (Makes 30 Meat Balls)
This is a double batch!
I made mine vegan as my son cannot have dairy. I used cashew milk in place of cow's milk. Almond or coconut milk would be great too. I also added additional spices including nutmeg and ginger. I used less salt than it called for and used Himalayan Pink Sea Salt.
I left out pine nuts and parmesan cheese, but can be added if desired.
Random leafy veggies thrown into a chicken broth base.
I add cocoa powder to the batter to make them chocolate, chocolate chip.
Chicken Noodle Soup turned into Chicken Rice Soup w/ Mushrooms
Misc Ingredients thrown into a smoothie.
Homemade Chocolate Ice Cream
This was originally made with beef, but we rarely keep beef in the house or eat it, so we used chicken instead. We also used an extra avocado!
This originally made 6 servings with less veggies. I added even more veggies and this is equal to or greater than at least 12 servings. It made so much!!
I used olive oil to coat the pan and real eggs in my recipe.
Original recipe states makes 6 muffins, but I got 9 FULL mufins out of recipe with exact measurements. Nutrition information based on 9 servings.
I added extra onion and garlic to mine. I also included the additional olive oil that I used to cooked my chicken in.
Alternate of Italian Baked Orange Roughy
A lighter version of the 5 Minute Chcolate Mug Cake
Found this recipe back in college. LOVED it. I reuse it every time I bake carrot cake. Definitely not a "heatlhy" recipe, but homemade none the less!
Made cupcakes vs. cake. Originally cake recipe that makes 12 servings. Cupcakes made it into 26 (but I just counted it as 24).
My Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup m/w Whole Wheat Pasta
Chocolate Tofu Pie from AllRecipes.com
Stir-Fry found on www.savvyvegetarian.com
Corn Salsa recipe from Fit-4-Life member.
Taco Bake from Fit-4-Life Participant
Allrecipes.com Zucchini Brownie recipe
Allrecipes.com - Zucchini Alfredo recipe halved.
Given to me by one of our Fit-4-Life participants.