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    Healthy Baking

    Spelt, buckwheat, oats, hemp, wheat germ, flax, apricots, nuts, agave, stevia, splenda. My kind of baking!
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    From I'm looking for a way to use up some pie cherries from the farmer's market, and I think I may have found a winner here. Let me know what you think! Note: cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #376734

    These cookies have a chocolatey taste, and are rich in fiber. They are quite moist and very filling. These cookies have a subtle sweetness to them, making them sweet, yet not too sweet.

    Recipe #190072

    fantastic! no cook food processor concoction perfect for snacking on 'round the clock. Original idea from Julie Stafford's 'Taste of Life' series, based on Pritikin principles.

    Recipe #303233

    I have not heard of Quinoa before, but after I discover it, I fell in love with this unique grain. High in protein and fiber and it is very tasty! This recipe uses regular sugar or you can make it sugar free, by using xylitol. If you have not heard of xylitol (Xylitol is not only a safe, natural sweetener without the bad side-effects of sugar and artificial substitutes, it's also good for your teeth, stabilizes insulin and hormone levels, and promotes good health. I get my xylitol at Ebay or your favorite health store. The quinoa makes a wonderful moist bread, loads of flavor. I find the best bananas to use are the nice and ripe ones! IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please do not give your pets anything made with xylitol. It is good for people, but toxic for animals.

    Recipe #114492

    6 Reviews |  By L DJ

    Wonderfully Healthy Flavorful Low-Fat Bread Diabetic exchange 1/2 starch/bread 1 fruit

    Recipe #28825

    This is a recipe based on basic brown soda bread, to which I've added extra healthy stuff. Eat a couple of slices every day and you will live to be one hundred! Delicious with homemade jam. I think the hemp seeds are important if you can get them because they are moist (and very healthy!) but the recipe should still work if you miss or substitute anything other than the flour, baking soda, salt or buttermilk. You may also wish to adjust the honey or salt measures to make the bread more sweet or savory. Note: I like to roast lightly roast the seeds first to improve their flavour. Heat a frying pan over a moderate heat, add all the seeds and stir gently for about 30 seconds. Turn onto a plate to cool a little before using.

    Recipe #114118

    An Irish recipe adapted from Cooking Light! Posted for the Zaar World Tour. Great for breakfast, lunch, or dessert!

    Recipe #172382

    Adapted from a recipe I found on one of the South Beach diet sites. These muffins are really good and a real treat for no carbers. I like to put a little tomato paste and skim mozzarella on one for a mini pizza. Enjoy!

    Recipe #71208

    For chocolate lovers who care to eat healthy!

    Recipe #246926

    Low fat, Low Calorie, and Low Carb. Bars. I rec'd this from a friend several years ago. I have "tweaked" it enough so that it is a little different from the original recipe. Everyone that has tried it seems to like it enough to empty the pan. Hope you like it as well!

    Recipe #295829

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Deliciously healthy bread which I adapted from Bread Machine Baking. Although I used raisins and dates when I made this bread, I think other dried fruit would also be delicious or even using only nuts.

    Recipe #101074

    Another recipe from my Weight Watchers Mix & Match recipe book. This one is very novel, but give it a try - it's pretty darn nice for something fat free! This is core or 1.5ww points per serving.

    Recipe #224066

    I had some almond flour (labeled as almond flour/meal) that I wanted to try, but I couldn't find a recipe that was really what I wanted, so I whipped this up patching a bunch of recipes together. Surprisingly, these came out great! If you don't have any almond flour, substitute regular flour. I had some ground nut/sugar/cardamom topping hanging around that I used, but feel free to leave the top bare or add the optional crunch topping listed below.

    Recipe #323366

    Slightly modified from Michelle Jones' recipe at "" They don't look like much, but are surprisingly tasty, not to mention low cal and full of "good for ya" ingredients!

    Recipe #269834

    I played around with different recipes to find a whole wheat pie crust that wasn't dried out. This recipe, if done right is flaky and delicious. I use it for my apple pie and chicken pot pie alike. Careful not to overwork the dough, the more its handled or mixed, the dryer it will be.

    Recipe #301003

    These no bake, high-protein, high-fiber bars are based upon Melissa Diane Smith’s recipe for Amaretto Protein Bars in her book Going Against the Grain and are a cinch to make. The chocolate topping makes them seem a bit decadent (skip it if you must, they’ll still come out fine) – though dark chocolate, rich in anti-oxidants has now entered the echelon of power foods so I’ll keep it on mine. View the full recipe at

    Recipe #285177

    These cookies are good and good for you. Gluten-free, naturally sweetened, yum. NOTE: The Dagoba "chocolate chips" are actually called "Chocodrops". You can find more info and links to purchase the ingredients below at my website:

    Recipe #279485

    I was looking for a low carb high fiber treat and came up with this one. Cardamom is originally from the east and used to flavour food and for medicinal purposes. It lends a very interesting and distinctive taste to foods. I like it and thought it would be a good addition to these truffles. I ground all my ingredients in my magic bullet and then processed the dough in my Kitchen Aid food processor. You can use either the dark or golden flax seeds in this recipe. This recipe can be doubled, but be aware they are rich, so you might want to make a single batch just to try them first. If you can't find organic then conventional will work just as well, though might not taste as good. You can also use ground carob or ground unsweetened chocolate in place of the cacao nibs if you don't have them.

    Recipe #300780

    I found this recipe online and really wanted to try it. It comes from a website called 28 Cooks. You may substitute the dates and cherries for other dried fruits. The cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #303638

    This is much cheaper than the bake mix and since the bake mix is much harder for us to find in Canada, this is a good alternative.

    Recipe #65129

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