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    I have not tried these cookies (yet) but they look like delicious little bites of fruity, fiber-rich flavor! I think I will probably reduce the sugar when I make them. Sucanat would be a good stand-in for the brown sugar. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue. Things like this always get lost in the pile of cooking magazines, so I am posting it for safekeeping!

    Recipe #128255

    This delicious muesli has all the ingredients you'd need for a good homemade granola, but it's ever so much easier...no cooking, just stir it all together and leave it in the fridge overnight! It is thick, fruity, and filling -- I usually make it once every week for an easy, wholesome breakfast. Even better with some fresh fruit on top :-) Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #127233

    These are pretty, quick appetizers that will jazz up any party with their fun flavor and bright color. The recipe is from Taste of Home’s 2005 Holiday recipe collection. Enjoy!

    Recipe #127232

    These unique bars are low on sugar and high on “yum,” not to mention the great contrast in flavors and textures. With quick oats, whole wheat flour, applesauce, and fruit, you could even call them a healthy dessert! Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue. I had totally forgotten about this recipe, and I really want to try it…so here it goes on Zaar, kept safely and neatly until I have a chance to make these bars!

    Recipe #125134

    This is a simple, flavorful side dish from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue. If you have corn in your garden, go ahead and use it – along with some lovely fresh basil from the herb bed!

    Recipe #125132

    The recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue. I haven’t tried it yet, but I am posting it here for safekeeping :-) When I do make it, I’ll use real whipped cream instead of the whipped topping called for in the recipe. It does seem like a bit of a fuss to make, but the picture in the magazine sure looks tempting!

    Recipe #125128

    This delicious grilled side dish will add nutrition and flavor to any meal. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue. I love broccoli anyway, and grilling veggies always kicks them up a notch.

    Recipe #125127

    This colorful, flavorful vegetarian main dish is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue. Perfect for summer when the garden bounty is pouring in!

    Recipe #125106

    This medley of berries, topped with a yummy sour cream sauce, would be a great ending to a special summer meal. Try it sprinkled with some homemade granola or coconut! Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue. I’m going to forget about this if I don’t post it, and hopefully some of you other Zaarians will enjoy it too!

    Recipe #125099

    This is an upscale version of the Louisiana classic, steak grillades. Beef, bacon, onion, and bell peppers are tossed with peppy Cajun spice, then served over cheesy noodles and garnished with tomato and parsley…comfort food kicked up a notch! The recipe is from a Cuisine at Home magazine. I have not tried it yet, but when I do, I’ll be using turkey bacon (we don’t eat pork).

    Recipe #125093

    This fruity relish requires no cooking – all you need is a blender! Cranberries, oranges, apples, and pineapple (plus some ginger and nutmeg to jazz it up) make this a great change of pace from the usual cranberry sauce. The recipe is from Taste of Home’s 2005 Holiday Recipe collection. I haven’t tried it yet, but when I make it, I’m going to reduce the sugar. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #125070

    These are so good! We had them tonight with beef taco salad, and I think these muffins are even better than the cornbread wedges I usually make! Firm yet tender, these plump golden muffins will add wholesome flavor to any meal. Wheat germ, milk, and cornmeal add to the health benefits, while sucanat (a minimally processed sweetener) helps to give the muffins their naturally delicious taste. Plus, they are really easy! If you’re looking for a simple cornbread muffin WITHOUT a sugar overload and WITH a lot of scrumptious flavor, try these. They are great when served hot out of the oven, drizzled with a little honey or topped with cheese :-)

    Recipe #124892

    This could be a side dish to grilled meat, a light lunch, or a vegetarian main dish. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue.

    Recipe #123664

    This fresh, healthy summer salad is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue.

    Recipe #122825

    You will enjoy this delicious, fruity dessert even more when you know it is made without refined sugar or flour! Instead, it's sweetened with honey and apple juice, and uses fiber-rich whole grains as the crunchy complement to ripe summer fruit. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue: I am definitely going to try this one soon.

    Recipe #122965

    This lovely salad would brighten any meal with its tangy flavor and beautiful color. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue.

    Recipe #123006

    Here is a lovely ending to a summer meal: sweet and colorful fruit topped with luscious cream cheese. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #123008

    This scrumptious tart is a slightly modified version of a recipe from "The Food Journal of Lewis and Clark: Recipes for an Expedition." Its unique cornmeal crust makes it stand out from all the other apple desserts available. Serve with a big scoop of vanilla bean ice cream!

    Recipe #118954

    I have fond childhood memories of these fudgy cookie bars. I recently found the recipe again, so I'm posting it here for safekeeping, and so other people can enjoy it too! Applesauce is used to lower the fat content.

    Recipe #118512

    This fruity, low fat cookie bar recipe is from a Mott’s cookbook.

    Recipe #118510

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