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    Two of my favorite things: gingerbread and bananas. How can you go wrong? The bananas keep the bread so moist. This is the perfect fall treat.

    Recipe #161039

    This beautiful, delicious bread will become a favorite with your family and friends. I always get asked for this recipe!

    Recipe #42399

    25 Reviews |  By HDMac

    This is my favorite holiday bread to make and I am not that much of an eggnog lover! Make great gifts! You can freeze the eggnog and make year long, too!

    Recipe #77487

    I've had this recipe for years...it's absolutely the best!!! No need for cream cheese or frosting...mmmmmm good! I keep butterscotch chips on hand just for this recipe. My boys love it when we have overripe bananas...they know what's coming!

    Recipe #139372

    153 Reviews |  By Kree

    All the flavors of Autumn combined into one scrumptious bread. This tastes great with coffee or tea! I make this using Egg Beaters and unsweetened applesauce in place of half the oil to make it healthier. Prep time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #73469

    I love bananas and oatmeal, so when I saw this in the September 2004 issue of Cooking Light, I just knew I had to make it! I wasn't at all disappointed. The oatmeal makes it hearty and somewhat chewy, while the bananas and buttermilk make it sweet and moist - yet it is not as sweet or sticky-moist as some other banana breads I've had. This makes a smaller loaf than some recipes. I made 2 mini-loaves instead of one large one, and they were done in 30-35 minutes. EDITED to mention- Since I posted this recipe, I've made it several times. It has become THE banana bread recipe for this household, and when I give it as gifts it never fails to receive compliments. It is extremely versatile also. I have made it with yogurt in place of buttermilk, walnut oil for the vegetable oil, and I have cut back the sugar and added cinnamon as a couple reviewers suggested. This last time I made an eggless version by substituting 2 Tablespoons ground flax seed + 6 Tablespoons water for the eggs. (I think next time I will try a vegan version by also replacing the buttermilk with soymilk.) Every time it has turned out perfect!

    Recipe #100513

    These homemade granola bars are so delicious, and the good thing about these is that you can add whatever you want to them, these are much better than store-bought.

    Recipe #77200

    This is an easy and yummy Danish; great way to start your day with a cup of Joe!

    Recipe #67172

    Coiled buns made with cream cheese with a powdered sugar glaze, mmmm...mmmmmmm! This recipe won grand prize in the yummy yeast rolls contest and was submitted by Susan Peck from Republic, Missouri. Susan says she sometimes substitutes cherry or blueberry pie filling for the cream cheese. She has also sprinkled her rolls with cinnamon sugar and sliced almonds and reshaped the recipe to make a yeast coffee cake. Adapted from Country Woman magazine(2004). Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #161814

    this is a great low cal bread. very easy to make

    Recipe #113690

    6 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A little different from the other Morning Glory Muffins because it uses apple butter. This is a weight watchers recipe. Each muffin is 3 points.

    Recipe #129846

    16 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Low fat and Delicious!

    Recipe #102251

    2 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This is one of the 'treats' we have for breakfast while trying to stay on The Beach. Arnold bread is the best whole grain bread we've had so far, so I consider it a must for this recipe.

    Recipe #113142

    The base for this recipe is Ana Molina's Oatmeal Muffins (No Flour at All!) recipe #108564. I did tweak it quite a bit and really liked the results. These are great for SB Diet Phase 2 & 3. Spray kitchen shears with Pam to cut up the dried apricots

    Recipe #109400

    This big pancake can be eaten during Phase II of the diet and is very filling. You can use a low sugar syrup if you would like; I prefer it with just a few spritzes of trans free margarine spray and a few sprinkles of Splenda. This recipe is courtesy of The South Beach Diet book.

    Recipe #93019

    This is a variation of Annies Low-carb No Flour Pancakes found on Lowcarbfriends.com. Annies recipe calls for 1/2 cup of cottage cheese, but as I rarely have cottage cheese on hand, I have used both sour cream and low-carb yogurt. If you use flavored yogurt, you don't need to top your pancakes with anything. I make the whole batch at once and keep any left overs in the fridge so I can just grab them for a quick snack, either plain or with a slice of cheese.

    Recipe #108413

    From "Where's mom, now that I need her" cookbook. I made these one time while we were camping and my husband almost freaked because these were the exact pancakes his German grandmother used to make. I don't know if they are German or not, but they are the best!

    Recipe #105164

    From Family Fun Magazine.

    Recipe #137624

    the use of buttermilk in these muffins makes a huge difference..it is the only blueberry muffin recipe we use now..when coating the blueberries, I use some of the alloted flour for this...not extra

    Recipe #118833

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