I have adapted my original healthy peanut butter cookie on this site, Healthy Peanut Butter & Honey Cookies Recipe #251315, to make a softer cookie and thought I would post what has become my more commonly made peanut butter cookie. It is not a really sweet cookie, but my children still really enjoy this healthy treat. I hope you enjoy it!
From www.gingerbreadbagels.com. I am making these tonight, but needed to get the nutritional information. I left out the cinnamon, but added it to the recipe. This recipe does not have any oil, butter or pounds of sugar. In fact there’s only 1/4 cup of brown sugar.
These are adapted from Cookin'Diva's delicious
Recipe #236509, which were adapted from Kittencal's Recipe #73754. They are easy to change according to your own tastes. No matter what, they are tastier and healthier than store-bought.
Note: I haven't yet tried these toasting the first 3 ingrediants, but I thought judging by my last batch it would add crisp. These are yummy granola bars, and not like the expensive ones you buy at the store! Inexpensive, quick, and healthy= Perfect!
This is a revamp of an old recipe I had. I made some changes to make it a bit more diet friendly. It contains less fat and sugar then the original recipe. The best thing about it is it is loved by all including my picky eaters who do not like zucchini.
Mini treats with the flavor of fresh blueberries and loaded with fiber. A wonderful way to begin your morning! Adapted from a weight loss websites email newsletter.
Prep Tip: Color, not size, tells you which blueberries are the ripest. Look for berries that are deep purple to blue-black.
Serving Tip: Spread the warm halves of each muffin with a little mashed, ripe banana instead of butter.
These are moist, yummy muffins without all the fat and calories. I came up with this recipe when craving something sweet but not too much on the unhealthy side. They are quick and easy to make as well.
I saw this being made on a children's programe, and they looked fantastic.
I am posting it here to make next time I have any younger ones around.
The amount of Ingredients used depend on how many snacks you want to make.
This is a recipe I tore out of a magazine. i made it this week, and it was so delicious! It disappeared very quickly, and I have been asked to make another. My kids loved it and took slices in their lunch boxes. Even my eldest, who is kinda fussy and never eats cake..just LOVED it!
An untried raw food vegan recipe that was recommended on a vegan newsgroup I lurk on.
Aug 2004: Finally got around to making these myself. They are pretty sticky so I rolled them in coconut just like truffles. Big hit with the 3 year old and me. Would be worth putting in the fridge or freezer to firm them up.
We own a daycare and received this recipe from a group center daycare. everyone likes this that has ever tasted it, it has a full meal in it. don't let the rice scare you off, it really is a great one.
From Rachael Ray Magazine. It is apple season and what a way to save those last few apples for snacks, granola, or anything else you want to use these for. I plan to make a trail mix with them but for storage this will be great.
Serving size is cookie tray, hard to figure this out.