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    After pulling these muffins hot out of the oven, your family and friends will know that Christmas is near. A less heavy version of the wholemeal Christmas muffins, these muffins welcome in the holiday season. Also, these muffins are a holiday option for those who don't like fruit cake, and can also be made vegan if you substitute soy milk for regular milk. Note: This recipe has not been taste tested yet, so please leave your comments.

    Recipe #397664

    Green, Red and Gold: The colours of Christmas. Make this festive muffin for friends and family, and give another option for those who don't love fruit cake. Happy holidays!

    Recipe #397618

    For a quick, healthy breakfast, you can't go wrong with Lemon-Feta Eggs. Also suitable for a dinner party.

    Recipe #397614

    I found this recipe in Janet Wright's book "The top 100 health tips", published by Lifetime Distributers, Castle Hill, Australia. Janet says "Eating the right meal within an hour or two after excercise could make the biggest difference you've noticed yet. That's the time when your body needs - and most effectively uses - food to turn your effort into stronger muscles and increased energy levels. It's also when you burn fat most effectively. Eggs are a concentrated source of muscle-building amino acids and other body-building nutrients. They're also rich in vitamin K, which helps to heal bruises and other minor sports injuries. This vitamin works by ensuring that blood is able to clot normally, so it could also reduce the danger of blood clots in arteries." The original recipe called for groundnut oil, but I think butter would work just fine - or any other oil you have on hand. This would make a nice breakfast for an extremely hungry person, or could be shared among a few people. If you're just making it for yourself, you might want to halve it. I haven't tried this recipe yet.

    Recipe #393683

    I got this recipe from Sarah Owen's book "The Top 100 juices", published by Lifetime Distributers, Castle Hill, Australia. Sarah Owen says "The super-nutrient vitamin C is needed for more than 300 diferent processes in the body, but it is easily wiped out by smoking, pollution and stress. Found in abundance in berries, vitamin C and other antioxidants help to quash the damaging free radicals that are associated with many illnesses." The original recipe calls for natural bio yoghurt to be used, but any yoghurt will do. This makes a large amount of smoothie, and if you're making it just for yourself, I'ld recommend halving it. I hope you enjoy this healthy - but still tasty - smoothie :)

    Recipe #393669

    I got this recipe from 'The top 100 juices' by Sarah Owen, published by Lifetime Distributors, Castle Hill, Australia. Sarah Owen says "All three fruits in this juice provide a massive infection-fighting boost of vitamin C and can help to shorten the duration of a cold. The kiwi fruit a also contain lutein, a phytonutrient known to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and eye disease. Both strawberries and grapes are high in ellagic acid, which neutralizes carcinogens. The tannins, flavones and active compounds in the grapes combine to make them energizing and strengthen the cell walls of blood vessels" You could make more than one serving, and serve with lemonade and ice in a punch bowl for a party if desired. I haven't made this yet, as I don't have a juicer, but if I ever get one, this will be the first juice that I make. Enjoy! :)

    Recipe #393666

    I found this recipe on the back of a packet of white wings flour. I haven't tried it yet, but it looked good and I didn't want to lose it. The preparation time is a guess, as I haven't made it myself. So, here it is. Enjoy!

    Recipe #391115

    This is a refreshing, light dessert. It is nice served with ice cream, and has only a small amount of preparation time! My taste-testers at home liked it, and I hope you do too! :)

    Recipe #389981

    I recently bought a bar mixer, and have been using it almost every day since! Feel free to experiment with the recipe. It's great for a quick breakfast-on-the run. The amount of low-fat milk is a guess, as I usually just estimate how much I need. The yield is also an estimate, as I usually just drink all of it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #388125

    I think i fixed the typo in this recipe. This recipe is wonderfully sugary, and has a moist texture. These muffins are nice served with raspberry-chocolate sauce. :)

    Recipe #383103

    These bars are a cheaper alternative to prepackaged bars, and are great for kids. These bars may be served hot or cold, and are nice either way.

    Recipe #382955

    This drink can be made with ingredients already contained in most cupboards, and is a soothing, sweet drink. It may be enjoyed hot or cold.

    Recipe #382837

    This is a moist and sweet cake, and is a crowd pleaser. It has a somewhat fudgey flavour, and is ideal served with icecream (or frozen fruit yoghurt) and fresh raspberries. It has somewhat healthy ingredients, and may also be made into muffins.

    Recipe #382648

    Ideally served with sweetened yoghurt or icecream, these muesli squares are hearty and filling, and an ideal healthy breakfast-on-the-run. The muesli may be substituted for another cereal if desired.

    Recipe #382646

    I got this recipe from bubhub.com.au and made a few changes. It's nice served with ice cream. You can add extra sugar if you prefer a sweeter muffin.

    Recipe #379282


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