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This is a simple recipe derived from an old Betty Crocker's Cookbook, published 1979. It is great for mornings when the kids don't want cereal or when you want them to have a healthier snack for school. The recipe is not low in fat, therefore more suited for active children. You can substitute a different oil to alter the flavor — do look for a "healthy" choice. I altered the recipe slightly to suit our tastes and simplified one of the steps, choosing to chop the apples instead of grating them. Vanilla sugar can be substituted with 1 c. sugar and 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract. You can make vanilla sugar yourself by placing a vanilla bean into a sealable jar and covering it with sugar, let it set at least 24 hours. It makes a great flavouring. Always close the jar tightly to retain the aroma and remember to refill the sugar now and then. Best served immediately. (But, then again, they are gone quickly, anyway)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (923 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
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