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    In the kid-friendly forum, we talk about what we REALLY feed our families. This is a collection of the recipes that we discuss. Come check us out: It's usually pretty easy to find us... it will be one of the threads near the top!
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    5 Reviews |  By Iceland

    This is so easy to make and yet delicious. Even tough I do not like rice crispies at all I enjoy these muffins. I was acctually looking for a recipe like this here but could not find it so i posted my recipe here. In Iceland you will hardly find a potluck where these are not one of the treats. But don't be late as they are usually gone soon. Your kids will love these! Note: You may use cornflakes or Cheerios or a mixture of these instead of rice krispies but they are in the original recipe. Chilling time is not included in preparation time. Note 2#: I am not sure if i would call it "authentic" but it is very popular in Iceland and you will most likely find it at potlucks, birthday parties or other bigger come togethers. For an authentic icelandic dessert serve with strawberries and whipped cream. But that is more like a afternoon cake than a dessert. So go for the muffins if you like :-) tship: Please DO tell me more about your daughter's project, how exciting!

    Recipe #352862

    After making bread for many years - and experimenting with different ingredients and family tastes - I believe this tops the cake! I have discovered while working with whole wheat and bread making that you have to let the wheat flour "sponge" so the bread doesn't end up heavy. This recipe combines white flour, wheat flour and oatmeal. For us, it's a great way to use leftover cooked oatmeal from breakfast. My kids and DH go through approximately 7 loaves a week!

    Recipe #286867

    I adapted another recipe and came up with this. It was originally recipe#199919, but I changed it quite a bit.

    Recipe #268992

    4 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Nice home style cake good for breakfast with coffe as well as a dessert.

    Recipe #22461

    This is not an authentic chile con carne recipe so, if that's what you're looking for, you've come to the right place! Another thing it's not is spicy-hot - I have 3 small kids to think of and I gave the recipe just enough of a kick so that I knew we could all eat it. If you like very spicy, be sure to up the seasoning amounts. And that's no blarney! An entry of RSC#11.

    Recipe #282943

    You can use this on so many different things. By adjusting the cooking time, you can make it as thick as you like according to what you are going to use it on. I like to make it thicker to use on ice cream and thinner for desserts. I often double the recipe so I have some left over for later.

    Recipe #69479

    Barley adds a nutty flavor and texture complementing this creamy, apple-rich oatmeal. Load up your crockpot before bed>zzzzz-Sweet Dreams-zzzzz->Wake up 5-8 hours later to a lovely autumn breakfast.

    Recipe #330898

    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

    This is a recipe from my sister. She is studying natural (herbal) medicine. She uses this in the cold season. It does NOT need to be refrigerated, but does take 2 months to cure before you can use it. She mixed up a batch for me yesterday, but it won't be ready for 2 months. She recommends putting parchment paper over the mouth of the canning jar before putting the lid on, to prevent the metal from rusting due to the vinegar. If you can't find organic vinegar, get the kind with the "mother" in it. I use Bragg's. Horseradish is antibacterial, and expectorant and a digestive aid. Garlic is antibact.and great for the immune system and colds and infections. Ginger eases nausea, colds and congestion. Cayenne is anti-inflammatory and anti-irritant, aids digestion and circulation. And onions have a zillion health benefits! LOL

    Recipe #341751

    2 Reviews |  By Iceland

    These are made from scratch and taste much better than the ones you buy halfready or from the store. You can decorate them with your favorite seeds. I like my bagels with cream cheese, or fresh salad and salmon. Please tell me your toppings if you comment!

    Recipe #349720

    My kiddos love those drinkable yogurts. Why pay for those expensive little bottles?

    Recipe #41492

    In ND everyone likes bars! These are very addictive. When I first saw them I thought I don't like rice krispies...silly me! I have found if I eat just one I am back to the kitchen sneaking one after another. My kids love them! So I hope you enjoy them!

    Recipe #348305

    This is from Family Fun's Nov. 2008 issue. I had some butternut already cooked (see Rita's Recipe #194908 for an easier way to cook the squash!) so I halved the recipe and it made 6 popsicle molds. It really tastes like pumpkin pie! My 5 yo was begging for another one right after the first one. I used half and half instead of the cream and pancake syrup, since I didn't have maple (it's up to $20 quart here!) I bet it would work with canned or cooked pumpkin too, although I'm not sure how much to use. What a great, healthy alternative to all that sugary, artificial colored popsicle junk the kids usually get. I also used 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice for the halved recipe, so I would recommend using the higher amount of spice, or even 1 tsp. Prep and cook time do not include cooking the butternut.

    Recipe #348583

    After trying many recipes, I found this to be the best. My mother-in-law found this marinade in the Sunday paper for me years ago. Bless her!

    Recipe #19284

    One of my coworkers made these for her Yorkie who just loves them as does my dog, Popcorn. Sweet potatoes are popular in the islands of the Pacific Ocean, spreading from Polynesia to Japan and the Philippines. I wonder whether dogs in those countries have sampled this little treat.

    Recipe #248608

    I put a few ideas together to make this for breakfast today and the family loved it! It didn't make enough. Be sure to use the thinner sandwhich type bread. Use any flavor jam you like. Other filling ingredients are listed in the directions. I took the crusts and made Recipe #222150, so there's really no waste. Now if I could only find a decent white bread with no high fructose corn syrup!

    Recipe #347347

    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a great drink for a break between all the extra cooking chores you'll be doing over Christmas. Make a bunch of these at a time and store in a closed container.

    Recipe #14404

    I have never tried a dish at East Side Mario's that I did not enjoy. Found this one out surfing the net and tried it. It was a nice alternative to a traditional Chicken Parmesan, and the sauce would also taste lovely over grilled chicken. *If you would like to spice this up a bit, add the optional crushed red pepper. *(Spicey option added based on Sam#3's review July 2008)

    Recipe #226967

    3 Reviews |  By Laura70

    This is a downsized recipe for when you have a taste for beef stew but don't want to eat it for days. This stew is also a little different because it has a little sweetness and a little tang to it.

    Recipe #292350

    Also known as Bohemian squash or sweet potato squash, delicata has a rich yellow flesh and a buttery, sweet-corn like taste. The skin is edible and delicious as well. Low in calories and high in fiber, delicata is a good source of vitamin A. There are so many ways you could flavor this squash. Below are a few of my simple favorites.

    Recipe #265467

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