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    Moist and extremely healthy muffins!

    Recipe #183345

    granola cookie w/dried fruit

    Recipe #180916

    2 Reviews |  By Pepita

    Sweet and delightfully crunchy. I adapted this recipe from one I found somewhere else on the internet - used honey instead of white sugar, wholewheat flour instead of all-purpose, cut down the brown sugar and boosted the millet content. The original recipe didn't contain any baking powder, which I found suspicious (?), so I added that in. I toasted the millet ahead of time, but can't say as it made much difference in the flavour (which is primarily vanilla-y and oaty)--the millet seeds do add a nice cake sprinkle-like crunch to things though. This is half of a recipe that was supposed to make 12 muffins, but the 6 muffins I got out of my version were a little on the large side--for medium-sized muffins, maybe stretch the batter out over 8-10 muffin cups. My muffins took an extra few minutes in the oven and still ended up being a bit moist in the middle, but maybe that's because the muffins were large and because I was using the toaster oven...?

    Recipe #179709

    3 Reviews |  By Pepita

    These have a distinct buckwheat flavour, which is nicely tempered by the whole wheat flour and the honey. The pumpkin seeds (or any other nut or seed) add a pleasant delicate crunch.

    Recipe #179812

    Delicious Nutritious Treat - Good for Snack, Traveling, Meal Replacement, PicNIc, ETC

    Recipe #180368

    These truly are cookies for breakfast! Low in fat and high in protein, they are a perfect choice to grab on the run.

    Recipe #102012

    Wonderful muffins! Moist and flavorful.

    Recipe #178377

    25 Reviews |  By ShaGun

    These are very healthy. When I make them I usually eat a large square for breakfast, and then eat a few squares every few hours as snacks. They actually taste like dessert, but they're healthy enough to eat for a meal. This is a revised recipe that I got from the back of Seven in the Morning cereal.

    Recipe #137724

    I got this recipe from Good Eats (Alton Brown). I looks like a good recipe, easy to make.

    Recipe #150639

    5 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    OHHH my, I made these and they taste so good, You feel like you're cheating. Estimated cost is $8.50 for a months supply. Compare to store bought you will be very surprised at the savings.

    Recipe #3710

    3 Reviews |  By 1ginger

    I like recipes from Irononline Archive. Gleaned recipe from recumbent-bikes-truth-for-you.

    Recipe #114958

    A girlfriend made this for our Bible study group and I couldn't stop eating it! Sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, honey - mmmmmm! Hope someone out there likes it too! And so easy to make!

    Recipe #115073

    3 Reviews |  By Roosie

    This is a great after-school snack or healthy treat for kids of all ages. The barley malt syrup gives it a very unique flavor, plus you can use any kind of nut or nut butter that you and your family like! Super-easy to make, so your kids can help too. These are best after they have sat for a couple of hours to let the oats soften up a bit. Enjoy!

    Recipe #123856

    2 Reviews |  By Roosie

    Ain't nothing like the real thing... no artificial junk in these energy-boosting treats. Kids will like them- and so will you! You can also experiment with using other nuts or even adding some chocolate chips or using flaxseeds to replace some of the sesame seeds... endless possiblilites!

    Recipe #138103

    I got this recipe from my sister-in-law. With so many ways to vary this recipe, I've never made them the same way twice.

    Recipe #12303

    The kids will love it!!

    Recipe #10277

    These are a slight variation of a lovely cookie from a great diabetic cookbook called "Sweet & Natural: Desserts without sugar, honey, molasses or artificial sweetner" by Janet Warrington. I found this cookbook at a thrift store and have been meaning to try something from it. This is my first try. The original recipe lists carob powder as an optional ingredient. I decided to use it, but had to use cocoa powder as that was what I had. So feel free to leave it off. When you look at these cooled cookies the dates look like chocolate chips and my kids were slightly dissapointed when they realized they were fruit, but the enjoyed these a lot. A nice little fruity cookie which is quite sweet without any added sugar. Also, if you have over-ripe bananas which have not been frozen feel free to use those. I just have a bunch of bananas in my freezer.

    Recipe #113467

    A delicious way to start your day off also makes a great snack after a good workout. The perfect combination of grains, protein, Omega3, and a little fruit for your sweet tooth!!

    Recipe #122665

    A fantastically versatile recipe, delicious and full of goodness. Make the night before to have some ready to go on a busy morning. This recipe suggests an apple-strawberry filling for the breakfast bars, but any fruit combination is possible. Some other successful fillings include: raspberry jam, marmelade and chopped cranberries, lemon curd and blueberries, strawberry banana, strawberry kiwi, strawberry and raspberry jams with blueberries, mashed banana and peanut butter, nut butter and chocolate chips, peach mango, apple sauce and raisins with cinnamon and brown sugar, raspberry fig, apple and peach, pear and raspberry. Anything you can think of really.

    Recipe #113954

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