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This gelatin gets its sweetness from the fruit flavor in herbal tea. Choose a tea with a strong fruit flavor such as raspberry, peach, or strawberry. You can adjust the sweetness by adding stevia if you wish. A serving provides 8g of protein with no carbs or added sugar.
This gelatin is made with 100% juice and unflavored gelatin. My favorite brand is Great Lakes because it is from grass-fed cows that have not been fed antibiotics. Be sure to use the red can (not the hydrolyzed version, which won't gel properly). The entire recipe makes 36 oz, or 8 4.5 oz servings.
These cookies do not have any flour or added sugar (but the bananas, apricots and milk have natural sugar in them, so they are not sugar free). Substitute soy or almond milk for the dairy to make these vegan.
These muffins get their fiber from oats, flaxseed, carrots, apples, raisins and pumpkin.
This fresh relish has a bit of Southwestern flavor and a deliciously juicy crunch.
This recipe makes cookies that taste like raw chocolate chip cookie dough, but are much healthier for you. The recipe is inspired by the cookie recipe at Oh She Glows!, but uses pecans and flaxseed in place of some of the cashews, adds a touch of cinnamon for flavor, and substitutes cocoa powder rather than carob powder for the chips.
Made with cream, whole milk, and 2% milk.
Slow cooking makes the pork very tender, and the glaze gives it a sweet and spicy finish.
This recipe is adapted from Healthy Crockery Cookery by Mable Hoffman (HP Trade, 1998).
Makes 20 small cabbage rolls