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trying to figure out a cheap (In calories AND cash) recipe for my summer addiction.)
From Usborne Recipe Cards
You can add whipped cream if you'd like, but add that to your nutritional info as well!
I got this from my 7th grade Home Ec teacher. My daycare kids LOVE IT!!
I got this from my neighbor. They melted in my mouth and tasted like an andes mint
I originally found this recipe on SP, but it's no longer there. I adapted it a bit to suit my likes. The original recipe calls for 2 different kinds of grapes , a peach, lettuce and 1 oz. shredded monterey jack cheese on top as a garnish. I omitted all of that, so if you add it to your recipe, add in the nutritional info as well :-)
From Family Fun magazine. I use small hamburger buns for the rolls in this recipe.
I got this recipe from our local newspaper a few years ago. It was published in a book called "One Smart Cookie" by Julie Van Rosendaal.
I calculated this recipe's nutritional info with light corn syrup and dry roasted peanuts.
I did a google search for mocha frappucinos and came up with this. I was looking to save some $ and make my own coffee when I wanted a splurge.
From Kraft magazine. I calculated the nutritional info with 1/2 cup quick oats, but the recipe called for 1/3 cup. So the nutritional info is just a tad bit lower than it says, I'm sure.
This recipe calls for half and half instead of Whole Milk and an extra cheese slice. I adapted it to my liking and the caloric info is based on what I listed below in the ingredients list.
This came from Kraft Foods magazine and I thought it'd be perfect for my daycare children. Recipe calls for Reduced fat, however I use Whole Wheat
This came from a KRAFT magazine - but the calories it lists are not what SP calculated - I'll have to edit this after making it myself.
These light and fluffy strawberry crepes are one of our favorite sweet breakfasts. A great way to switch up your Sunday brunches!
I got this from a fellow daycare provider and it's been a favorite since!! YUM, and quick!
This recipe was called "easy pleasin' meatloaf" by Kraft. I've adapted it with ground turkey and the BBQ sauce I happened to have in my pantry so that I could enter in the nutritional info. Use whatever kind of BBQ sauce you like!
From www.allrecipes.com The recipe calls for 8 thighs, bone and skin removed, but I made this with the bone and skin. It also calls for 2 teaspons of curry powder, but I left that out. The data base did not have nutritional info on ground cumin, so I added it and left the nutritional info blank - don't know what the nutritional info is, but I'm sure it's small!
Cooking with Kids class
Got this from my friend who made it for dinner for us. SUPER YUMMY!! YUMMY ENOUGH I had to have her give me the recipe from her cookbook!