This is my favorite banana bread recipe. If you have more bananas, then the better. I usually can only manage to save two for this quick bread. It is very moist, but if you add more banana or another tablespoon of oil, you might make it even better.
This is basically Alton Brown's recipe for granola bars. His recipe uses sliced almonds, but I prefer whole almonds. After removing them from the oven, it helps to press gently to compress and spread evenly.
These are my favorite cookies! This is slightly adapted from a recipe from Ward Street Bistro. I keep meaning to play around with the fat and try oil/applesauce in place of some of the butter, but these cookies are just so good as is. Instead of using the wheat germ, you could use 1/4 cup flour.
I sometimes use 1/4 cup canola oil, but I use water when I'm trying to be more health conscious. I also sometimes add 1/4 cup whole cashews. For breakfast, I combine 1/3- 1/2 cup of granola with 1/4 cup cottage cheese, 1/2 cup fat-free yogurt and sometimes some fresh blueberries. I omit the additional salt when I use salted nuts.
These are pretty easy and moderately healthy. I usually prefer triangles, but these are too sticky for that. Instead of adding flour, I make them drop scones. They aren't terribly sweet, so you may want to increase sugar to 1/2 cup. In trying to make a healthier version, I opt for a bit less. Also, it's fine to use only ap flour.
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