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    Have you ever wondered what to do with all those left over pancakes? Well, how about using them for lunch? This would easily be done with a thinner and slightly larger pancake. Roll them up with: your favorite preserves, peanut butter & jelly, or even peanut butter & sliced bananas! There you have a super lunch on a PanCrepe! Amounts are estimate to the size of the pancake you are using.

    Recipe #412816

    Keep these in the freezer for those busy morning!

    Recipe #121456

    Another recipe I found in: "Brain Foods For Kids: Over 100 Recipes To Boost Your Child's Intelligence." I got it as a send-in freebie from Kashi. The protein in this will keep your hunger in check for awhile, and who doesn't love peanut butter and bananas!

    Recipe #276494

    Whole wheat pancakes that are truly fluffy & delicious! Semi-sweet chocolate & cinnamon are a fresh twist on the traditional whole wheat pancake. Always a hit with my toddlers & my hubby.

    Recipe #302472

    These are cute little turkeys made out of oreo cookies and candy pieces. They are even easy enough for young children to help make. Gobble! Gobble!

    Recipe #143991

    Started making this as I decided to incorporate more soy in my diet, it is an easy way to add soy to your diet. Soy delicious :)

    Recipe #38484

    Sorry these are not guilt free. However you can feel good about a tasty treat baked with fruit and yogurt.

    Recipe #138302

    From the website SuperFoodsRX. This delicious, healthy dessert not only tastes incredible - the entire ingredients list are all "superfoods"! This recipe is rich in so many nutrients that it would be too long to name them all here ;) but they include fiber, ascorbic acid, vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, calcium, folate, polyphenols, salicylates and oligosaccharides (detoxifying and cholesterol-lowering). The original recipe says that this dish can be served warm or cold, but it's SOO much better warm IMO. Great for those cold winter nights. Serve with a nice mug of warmed vanilla soy milk topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon.

    Recipe #284008

    I made this up this morning to satisfy my chocolate and oatmeal cravings. Its quite similar to a few recipes on this site, but I thought that I should post my recipe, too! If desired, adding a fresh peach or two is okay.

    Recipe #245241

    I combined two of my favorite ways of having oatmeal into one and came up with this version.

    Recipe #199281

    In Canada we have a chocolate bar called "Crispy Crunch", and this is what I call this oatmeal in my house. It has protein, soluble fiber, and great taste.

    Recipe #129041

    18 Reviews |  By Roosie

    A nice change from flavoring or sweetening your oatmeal with brown sugar or maple syrup. This is a real treat for kids and kids-at-heart.

    Recipe #87173

    17 Reviews |  By Kasha

    Very light, tasty summer salad. I like to eat it for breakfast.

    Recipe #68514

    I have had this recipe in my recipe box forever and always enjoy making these for the children in the summer and other times. They are healthier than some popsicles.

    Recipe #287410

    When I was a little girl and I would get sick, my Mama (Mary in LA) would always serve me Creamed Peas on Toast. It was light enough for an upset tummy but filling enough to make a sick little girl not be hungry anymore. I never could make it like Mama could until now. I finally figured out where the recipe came from! It is from a book called "The Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedia of Cooking and Homemaking" which was published in 1940. I decide to post this recipe as a tribute to my Mama. Now all mommies can help their daughters sick tummies feel better just like mine did all those years ago. Thanks Mama!

    Recipe #79309

    20 Reviews |  By winkki

    From a kids' cookbook and the house specialty of our 9 yr old daughter, this is an oven-baked variation on eggs cooked in the middle of toast. We like it because it's easy enough that the girls can do it on their own (no spattering grease in a frying pan) and because we can do up to a dozen at a time for sleep-overs and such (6 slices fit on an average cookie sheet). The girls have fun picking out which cookie cutters to use for their toast, especially when they can match them to a holiday/season (trees, stars, & angels in the winter, bunnies and flowers in the spring, etc). Bake the cutouts alongside for fun little munchie toast shapes. Don't use very large eggs, though, or they will overrun the toast!

    Recipe #148399

    This is a delicious lower fat bar if using reduced-fat peanut butter, these are perfect for kid's lunch boxes, feel free to add in some chopped nuts or sunflower seeds or coconut in place of the raisins,

    Recipe #73754

    4 Reviews |  By blgpts

    My kids loved this when they were little. It was an all time favorite. Easy too! The amounts are guess work,but its so easy you'll have no problem. The peanut butter gets all melty and forms a delicious 'syrup' inside. Yummy!

    Recipe #213087

    I mixed this snack up when my son was teething, when it was cup up into bite size pieces, he would gobble it up and I didn't feel bad because it was fruit.

    Recipe #126588

    An excellent source of Vitamin C and folate for your little doll or prince:)

    Recipe #24516

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