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    Recipe #6742

    2 Reviews |  By Sashayy

    Great low fat peanut butter cookie that kids and adults will love.

    Recipe #16341

    These are the most amazing cookies. They are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and freeze so well. You can't even tell they were frozen! The best part - they are drop cookies, no shaping necessary. If you love nuts, use crunchy peanut butter and add the nuts, if not, use creamy PB and 2 cups of peanut butter chips. Cook time is for one batch. Dough keeps well in fridge so you can bake a batch every day and have fresh cookies!

    Recipe #103085

    40 Reviews |  By Roosie

    I love these cookies. They are crunchy and chewy and creamy and warm and good. I have been known to let the kids have them for breakfast when I want to sleep in on a Saturday morning. But that is a secret, so don't tell anyone. ;-)

    Recipe #130829

    1 Reviews |  By Barb O

    Essential Eating's Quinoa Granola Bars from our local newstation WNEP. They are healthy and yummy too.

    Recipe #150542

    This cake was created for the earth-minded chocolate lover who is looking for a slightly healthier alternative. The whole-wheat pastry flour adds heartiness to the cake without weighing it down which only adds to its wholesome goodness. This is a layer cake that can be filled with whatever your hearts desire. We recommend a simple chocolate ganache, berry filling or buttercream.

    Recipe #216188

    I got this recipe from my sister-in-law when I got married and my husband's aunt had a cherry tree. It is our favorite! Prep time does not include the time it takes to pit the cherries or make the pie crust. ;) I use the Pie Crust recipe in the Fanny Farmer Baking Book. Recipe #13619 is the recipe for 2 8-inch crust. (I've found I have to refrigerate it for the pie filling to firm up and not be "soupy" when it has cooled. Once it has completely chilled, you can store it at room temperature and it doesn't lose its firmness. Or, store it in the fridge and warm it in the microwave a little bit before serving it with ice cream or whipped cream if desired.)

    Recipe #4861

    We were very lucky to have once had a home with a cherry tree that produced an abundance of fresh baking cherries. I used to make these muffins a lot when I had fresh cherries on hand, and I kept bags of them in the freezer pre-measured for this recipe. These are not sweet eating cherries - these are baking cherries. The original recipe came from a flyer from the Cherry Marketing Institute.

    Recipe #28891

    Recipe #32059

    When my son was a toddler, this was his very favorite bread. Of course, it had to be served with peanut butter and jelly!

    Recipe #34879

    Easy fruity muffin recipe 8)

    Recipe #35851

    Recipe #46907

    One of my favourite muffins, sweeter than most breakfast muffins but still a long way from being cupcakes in disguise which too many muffins are. NOTE: I have adjusted the quantity of flour thantks to my reviewers.

    Recipe #47245

    A healthy yet tasty blueberry muffin with no added fat. From "Everyday Cooking with Dr. Dean Ornish".

    Recipe #54594

    I love how they smell when they are baking in the oven:) (WW 2pts)

    Recipe #60276

    6 Reviews |  By Carol

    I love cocoa and cherries (like Black Forest cakes, etc) and try to add more whole grains (like buckwheat) in my foods. Sometimes I add pecans or walnuts to the muffins too.

    Recipe #93350

    Tasty and healthful. They're very moist and will change your opinion about spelt! I often change the fruit I add to this recipe, depending upon what I have. Shredded carrot and raisin is a great combo, or crystalized ginger and pear, or apple walnut, etc. Recipe works well without the banana, too.

    Recipe #183538

    I created these muffins this morning when I couldn't find a recipe for what I wanted. I get my dried cherries from, and they are very moist (for a dried fruit, that is), so I didn't need to plump them first. Because there is so little fat in the batter, muffin papers will stick, so grease your muffin cups well. These do not rise very high, but they taste wonderful.

    Recipe #196441

    Recipe #3316

    This is a Farm Jounal recipe from the 70's . Easy and no-fry!

    Recipe #28677

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