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    This recipe is from Sue Gregg. I'm learning a little about soaking grains and beans to bring out their nutritionally quality and to cut the phytates. You may cut the recipe in half if you don't have a large enough blender (like a Vitamix). See add-ins in the directions. I used olive oil for the coconut and kefir and it worked fine.

    Recipe #354392

    Got this out of the local paper. It is so good! You could use it on almost anything. It goes great on grilled cheese too! I'm not sure how many servings it makes.

    Recipe #189190

    This is a copycat recipe of the Western brand dressing. It's better than the store brand and has no high fructose corn syrup in it. Note that it makes a quart, so you could cut it in half if needed.

    Recipe #189191

    This is from Family Fun's website. I make it and put it in a pan to set and cut up as bars. Prep. time is an estimate, including popping popcorn.

    Recipe #189252

    This is a recipe I made up myself. My whole family likes it. I have gotten dried pineapple at Sam's Club.

    Recipe #189269

    I got this off of another recipe sight for homeschoolers :) You make up the powder and store it for later use. It's great for controlling sodium in your cream soups.

    Recipe #189271

    These don't have chocolate, but they have flax, oat bran, rolled oats etc. My 3 yo helps me make these and can easily take a few out of the fridge when he's hungry.

    Recipe #189273

    These are so good, my husband literally inhales them. He gets a tin of them for Christmas each year and they go fast! Just a note: This is for peanut butter lovers and those who like very sweet stuff. I can only handle a couple of these :) (and normally I can handle pretty sweet desserts, but usu. recipes with regular chocolate.)

    Recipe #199801

    This is our favorite way to make applesauce. It comes from the book, "Baby Let's Eat" for heatlthy cooking for both baby and family. The pears give it a bit of a crunch, even though we don't leave the chunks. We puree it smooth. And there's no sugar in this recipe. We usu. leave out the mace and it tastes fine.

    Recipe #190696

    Got this from a nutritionist friend of mine. It has flax seed, and walnuts are good for you - the only nut that has omega 3's. Sometimes I'll also add a cup of sunflower seeds. My daughter loves it and a 8 yo friend was over and tried it. His comment: "This is tasty!" I gave the recipe to his mom and she made it for a school function and it was a hit! I use rolled oats, but you could use quick oats too. I use this on top of fruit and yogurt for a healthy breakfast.

    Recipe #201000

    I know, I know! There are 183 hummus recipes! But none have peanut butter in them. I got this from a nutritionist who's (now grown) children would only eat hummus if she used peanut butter instead of tahini. I like it this way rather than the tahini way. Try it. You'll be pleasantly surprised! I put the olive oil right in the blender instead of drizzling on afterwards. Then I eat it with Kashi TLC crackers right out of the container.

    Recipe #203291

    Different way to have cabbage, with an Indian flair.

    Recipe #203966

    This is a nourishing, calming herbal tea blend that is safe for children. Keep the dry blend in the fridge because of the chamomile. You can double, triple, quadrupel it if you want.

    Recipe #204352

    This tea is made from fresh herbs and is for adults only. I will submit a similar one suitable for children. I haven't made it bcz I make the other one, but I mix the herbs and boil 2 quarts worth at a time, strain, add honey, cool and keep it in the fridge for cold tea. Servings are based on how much you decide to make.

    Recipe #204355

    This blend of fresh herbs is safe for children and is calcium-rich. I mix it with my 3 yo's juice and he hasn't noticed. I make 2 quarts, add honey and cool for ice tea. Serving size depends on how much you decide to make.

    Recipe #204354

    Smooth your ruffled feathers! If you're taking MAO inhibitors, leave out the St. John's Wort. The servings depend on how much you decide to make. Bcz of the chamomile, keep dry mix in the fridge or freezer.

    Recipe #204353

    From Pampered Chef's Kids in the Kitchen cookbook. Fun breakfast dish.

    Recipe #205115

    This was actually from a baby food book called Baby Let's Eat. Most of the recipes are good for the whole family (esp. after baby gets old enough for table food).

    Recipe #205167

    From the Baby Let's Eat cookbook. Under the 6-12 months category, adults will love too (just not pureed!)

    Recipe #205171

    From Baby Let's Eat! These are frozen snacks/treats.

    Recipe #205232

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