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    A delicious breakfast wrap using kale from Giada at Home, Feel Good Food. Yum!

    Recipe #514719

    From Giada at Home, the episode Feel Good Food.

    Recipe #514718

    A delicious drink from a Yemen website.

    Recipe #513586

    This recipe is inspired by the Yamani brand banana milk found in Yemen, but it is a homemade version, so it is even healtheir and more tasty. This is a great snack for kids and a healthy alternative to chocolatee milk. You can add as much sugar as you like or leave it out completely if you like.

    Recipe #513585

    Hate the calories and the high price tag of your favorite Macchiato? Well, you can make it in the comfort of your own home! I use almond milk but you can use the milk of your choice. From Babble.

    Recipe #513280

    A smoothie with a hint of fall from The Simple Veganista.

    Recipe #512993

    This makes about 4-5 cups. Two cups is recommended for one serving. I want to get healthier, so going on a green smoothie kick. Enjoy!

    Recipe #512596

    This makes 4-5 cups. Use at least one frozen fruit to chill your smoothie. Feel free to half the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #512595

    These are easy to make and taste way better than anything you can get at the store (Yves). The texture is freakishly sausage-like, and you can grill them on the BBQ after the steaming. There is nothing these sausages can't do. Go crazy with the spicing: fennel, rosemary, sage, thyme, basil, oregano, parsley. Feel free to throw in whatever you want.

    Recipe #511520

    The key to melt in your mouth biscuits is a light touch. Don't overwork the dough, says Erin Simpson, associate food editor of BH&G magazine. Using cream is like having butter and milk combined-you skip a step and the dough is worked very little. This recipe is foolproof, there's no blending in butter, no rolling. The biscuits are studded with blueberries for breakfast, but they are just as good for dinner, made without berries and sugar. Enjoy!

    Recipe #511501

    This gingerbread latte fits the bill just right. A fun start to the day! It's made with molasses, full of vitamins and minerals—iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, selenium, and B6– you’re sure to get a boost with this latte, Feel free to use any sweetener you like. From allysonkramer.com.

    Recipe #511060

    Easy and Yummy! Quick too. From betterrecipes.com and made much easier.

    Recipe #510958

    My friend made me some sunflower seed milk and it was delicious. She used apple juice instead of water. You could substitute some or all apple juice if you like, leaving out or reducing the maple syrup or honey. You do need to soak the sunflower seeds at least 8 hours.

    Recipe #510908

    Kokkoh is used as an infant formula broth made from whole grains, seeds and legumes lightly toasted and ground to a powder(in this recipe using brown rice only). It was first brought to Western culture by Sakura Nyoichi, better known as George Ohsawa, as part of the Macrobiotic Diet, based a recipe widely used in traditional Japan and most commonly eaten as a breakfast cereal. From cafemom. Kokkoh is recommended as both a substitute for mother's milk and a means of weaning infants from it. (In the former case the recipe often calls only for brown rice ground to a fine powder and water.) Besides its soft and easily digestible texture, kokkoh is recommended as such because its mixture has a high and varied protein content; combined, the amino acids in each of the ingredients described at the outset include virtually all those needed for consumption. It is thus especially well suited for the growth needs of a child. When used solely for weaning, it is recommended that kokkoh be introduced at between 8 months and a year of age. It may be used as breast milk substitute as early as five months, but with a larger proportion of water, in order to further dilute the mixture. Kokkoh is also an important part of the macrobiotic diet, in accordance with the diet's heavy emphasis upon grains. Along with its use as a means of weaning, kokkoh is a common breakfast food among macrobiotic eaters of all ages.

    Recipe #510815

    Adapted from One Green Planet and changed slightly. Posting here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #510672

    If you’re a fan of Nutella go grab the crockpot, it’s time for some Crockpot Nutella Hot Chocolate! Crockpot Nutella Hot Chocolate is the perfect addition to your winter parties, family gatherings, and Thanksgiving and Christmas get togethers! From The Frugal Girls.

    Recipe #509140

    This is a super-special coffee that owes its lingering flavor to an unexpected source, says creator Fred Thompson. "Cardamom is a spice that creeps into taste memory without being immediately recognized," says Thompson, author of the cookbook, Hot Chocolate. I use almond milk for it's flavor and because I try not to use dairy.

    Recipe #508830

    This is good hot too! Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis from Foodnetwork Show: Giada at HomeEpisode: Weeknight Special

    Recipe #508394

    This is a simple easy recipe to make soy milk. This preparation is affordable and convenient for many families to add to other infant formula recipes. Soy products, especially commercial products, have proven difficult to digest for some infants and they can even cause allergies, so either be sure your children can handle it or use other milk substitutes.

    Recipe #507790

    Pancakes brought to the midwest and passed down from Amy's friend's grandmother in Fargo, North Dakota. Recipe courtesy Amy Thielen, Show: Heartland Table, Episode: Fargo(on foodnetwork)

    Recipe #507782

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