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    Daily Beginnings

    We just aren't "wake up and cook" kinda people. We need a hot shower, hot coffee, and about an hour to wake up. LOL So most of what you will find inside, will be things you can freeze and just microwave for breakfast. But there will be some great "wake up and cook" recipes, too!

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    2 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This is another of our breakfast favorites with reasonable sugar and low fat. It was adapted from Elswet's mother's Tried and True's. We use Altern [Walmart Brand] sweetener and plain [non-instant and non-quick] oatmeal. I'm so sorry people seem to be having bad experiences with this recipe. We use it all the time and love it. :] PLEASE NOTE: There is NOTHING wrong with this recipe! I make it all the time, and just made it again, using these directions. The recipe calls for 1 1/4 cups warm water PLUS 1 tablespoon warm water. Apparently, people are missing the 1 1/4 cups warm water, and only using 1 tablespoon, so DUH it won't work that way!

    Recipe #177521

    2 Reviews |  By Cas

    This is 3 recipes in 1, adapted for my daughter. I substituted sugar for syrup, etc, but you can substitute it right back again if there are certain things you can eat! As it stands the recipe is wheat, gluten, dairy and sugar free. It's a great recipe to get the kids to help with too.

    Recipe #19095

    These are very easy, fun for kids, and taste great! From The Rainbow Bakery children's cookbook by Gold Medal.

    Recipe #35393

    A great recipe...especially for my diabetic friends.

    Recipe #165893

    17 Reviews |  By Jen O.

    Here's another bread recipe I've played around with while I was dieting. These make great snacks and the kids love 'em, too! Enjoy!

    Recipe #153449

    3 Reviews |  By Pagan

    Great frozen-ahead day-starters! Easy to make, with a yield of 18-24 muffins, depending on how full you fill the muffin cups. We started with TGirl's Banana Muffins recipe, Recipe #56480 for anyone who wants them in their original form from TGirl, tripled the recipe, and altered it to suit our own tastes. You can also add in 1 teaspoon lemon extract for a wonderful lemony banana muffin, or 2/3 cup minced fresh pineapple, or both! We hope you enjoy them.

    Recipe #173369


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