My kids love smoothies for breakfast and we are coming up with a few different varieties. This one is our latest creation. You can't really taste the apple - but the main thing for me is that it is there in form of nutrition. Smoothies can be a a wonderful wholesome breakfast with lots of vitamins, calcium and fiber. I always add ground flax seed for the omega benefit, it has no flavour and can be used in all foods. I usually do not measure ingrediients in smoothies and you should add milk according to your own preferences for thickness.
I am not taking much credit for this recipe; I combined two awesome recipes Recipe #261072 and Recipe #165801 to make my favorite version. I am posting for safe keeping. I cannot get over thaT 4 eggs can stretch this far. It works as a wonderful hearthy lunch or a lighter dinner served with a salad UPDATE - the butter in this recipe is really not necessary, I have made it without and didn't miss it at all.
I came up with this muffin recipe based on 2-3 different recipes I have been using from Zaar. I ran out of Splenda, otherwise I would have used all Splenda and no sugar. I found it really interesting how much lower the yield when using Splenda and/or apple sauce instead of butter. Another recipe with 1/2 cup of butter and 1 1/2 cup sugar yields 24 muffins.
This soup is fantastic on a cold day. My MIL served it for lunch today and I just had to have the recipe. A nice smooth soup, we did not have the oil garnish on top but I am sure it will add an extra something.. You can freeze the soup as well, just omit the cream and add when reheating.
My daughters attend cooking classes and one day they came home very proud with these cinnamon rolls. They are really, really good and easy enough that smaller kids can be part of the action. The recipe just states 'a mixture of sugar and cinnamon', the amount of cinnamon will depend on how 'cinnamon'ey' you want the rolls. The 2 tbsp in the recipe is a best guess.
Beets are good for us - full of Vitamin C, folate, potassium and fiber. But if you are like me, you hardly ever eat them! The orange flavour in these beets is a fun twist to a vegetable that doesn't deserve the faces made at the thought of eating them
We have a lovely lady at my workplace that spoils us rotten. She will make cookies in our kitchen and come around with these little treats mid mornings. She makes the cookies with margarine - the recipe calls for butter. The recipe also called for 1/2 cup walnuts in the last step which I have omitted.
I am a spoilt woman in the sense that my husband thinks nothing of going into the kitchen and whip up some amazing food, with or without a recipe. The other night he made this dish and we found the combination of mustard and cornflakes was just delicious. He cooks with a 'dash of this', 'a handful of that' etc so the measurements are best estimates. No salt/pepper was added, but you could do this before adding the mustard, if you like
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