Super simple snack to make for kids, and big people too!
When served with sauteed apples this meal is like German pancakes. You can freeze leftovers for a very quick breakfast.
A simple alternative to french fries, with very little fat.
Basically another healthy stuffing for lettuce cups, that kids enjoy.
Very easy salad to pull together quickly.
A nice change from traditional meat loaf.
This is a very cool fake-out. Kids still love to eat it.
This pie is a no bake pie that everyone enjoys.
These are very popular treats made with peanut butter and puffed rice. You can also add 1/4 cup of carob chips or 2 Tbsp. of raw cocoa to make this ...
You can also mold this recipe into a bar, if you don’t desire to make balls.
Very attractive dessert that everyone in the entire family will enjoy.
You don’t have to feel bad snacking on this mix.
Simple on its' own, however, you can add chopped almonds, walnuts or sunflower seeds if you’d like.
Serve over cottage cheese for a glycemically balanced treat, or over coconut yogurt for a dairy free dessert.
A cool version of a popular dessert treat, with some healthy additions.
I use a food processor to make the salsa. If you like a chunkier salsa, just hand chop the fruit, mix in a bowl with jelly and agave and chill ...
Always a kid’s favorite, no matter the time of year.
It is nice to add some protein to a yummy, breakfast bread.
Instead of the traditional French Toast, you can prepare this recipe like a casserole. Either way it is delicious.
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