This is a British Columbian recipe from Canada. The soil is so rich there, it produces luscious berries and apples.
UPDATE: Due to reviews, I have added sugar to the ingredients. Add to taste or don't use-your choice!
I whipped this up on the spur of the moment, having no idea it would taste this good! I used fresh blueberries and canned pineapple. I am sure it would taste just as good using frozen blueberries and fresh pineapple. The first time I made this smoothie, the intense color about knocked my socks off! My husband and I love this smoothie and I hope you will enjoy it too!
Here's a super easy way to make overnight oatmeal. This kind is to be eaten cold, and all it takes is a stir and refrigeration.
This recipe is great for people like me who don't like milk. The milk really seeps into the oats overnight, so you can't taste it much.
-Recipe is taken from a vegetarian cookbook written for college students
The first time I had these I was 9 and staying at someone's house. When the lady said she was making Bran Muffins for breakfast I was pretty sure I was going to have a miserable meal. Boy was I wrong!! These are fantastic! I usually cut back on the sugar some as they are a bit on the sweet side if made according to the recipe. The batter keeps very well in the refrigerator, for a week or so, so you can bake fresh each morning as many muffins as you need.
If you are watching your fat intake, try my Recipe #101631.
A deliciously moist and healthful muffin. Perfect on a crisp fall morning, when you find yourself craving that seasonal pumpkin flavour. I got this recipe from a friend, who, I believe, got it from a magazine. If you dislike the taste of whole wheat flour, feel free to use all white, which is what the original called for.