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    These yummy muffins are wheat-free and low-fat, but high in both flavor and fiber! I got the recipe from the back of an Old Wessex Oat Bran container and made them for breakfast this morning: I thought they tasted really good, and my brothers liked them too (which is the more important test). Since they are made with 100% oat bran rather than with flour, they're a bit crumbly, so be warned. Let them sit several minutes in the pan to "firm up" a little before handling them. Next time, I think I'm going to use 2 eggs and use some flour in place of some of the oat bran, to see if I can reduce the crumbliness. But they're really nice the way they are, too!

    Recipe #169724

    These muffins are great for breakfast, snack, or any time!! Really moist, deliciously spicy, and lightly sweet -- they are filling yet not heavy at all, and they have such a nice crunch from the sliced almonds. Healthy and yummy. They received an emphatic stamp of approval from the Picky Sibling Taste-Tester Association (though one of the extremely persnickety members did ask that the nuts be ommitted next time). :) The original recipe is from The American Country Inn and Bed & Breakfast Cookbook, and the book's authors got it from the Havenshire Inn in Hendersonville, NC. The batter keeps well in the fridge, and baked muffins freeze well. I think these would be really good with chunky applesauce as well.

    Recipe #169032

    This recipe is from the JustBerryRecipes.com website. I thought it looked really good and had some interesting twists to it: orange zest, applesauce, and not too much sugar so the fruit flavor can really shine through. I haven't tried it yet, though, so the serving and prep times are just a guess.

    Recipe #168806

    These yummy blueberry pancakes are great for a special weekend breakfast. Have kids help stir in the blueberries and say the "magic spell!" Original recipe is from JustBerryRecipes.com -- serving size is a guess, I'm not sure how many pancakes this actually makes.

    Recipe #168604

    This yummy, wholesome recipe is from JustBerryRecipes.com. Check the site out -- perfect for summer, when the fresh fruit is pouring in!

    Recipe #168603

    Moist and flavorful! Vary the fresh herbs to your liking. This is good when you add some sliced potatoes, carrots, and a little extra olive oil for the last hour of roasting. Serve with a green salad, and you’ve got your entire meal ready! Even better than the lamb itself, in my opinion, is gnawing on the bone afterward…heh heh.

    Recipe #168410

    Delicious side dish or vegetarian main dish, sized for two. Easy to double or triple if you want to serve more people! This is low-fat and packed with veggies. Original recipe is from Cooking for Two, published by Taste of Home.

    Recipe #168344

    Cute, scrumptious desserts sized for two. Perfect for summer when there are fresh blueberries and peaches. You can also make this with thawed frozen fruit. So simple and so good! The original recipe is from Cooking for Two, which is published by Taste of Home.

    Recipe #168343

    Really simple, but I just love having this in the morning. I thought someone else might like this idea for their own breakfast. It doesn’t have any refined sugar and is very low in fat, but it’s sure got plenty of flavor! Lots of calcium and fiber, too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #168342

    A fun and tasty little appetizer or snack, using healthy whole grain crackers and lots of other good stuff!

    Recipe #163165

    Yet another way to make plain old potatoes POP with flavor! Olive oil, garlic, and fresh dill give red potatoes new appeal. A great side dish for salmon or chicken...or anything else :-) Oh, and it's also really SIMPLE! Recipe is from Light and Tasty.

    Recipe #159486

    These awesome scones are packed with fresh blueberries and hearty whole grain goodness! Great for breakfast, brunch, or afternoon tea. Serve warm with butter and honey, fruit jam, or just on their own! Original recipe is from Light and Tasty.

    Recipe #159485

    This fast and flavorful dish would be great both as a side dish or as a vegetarian entree. Fresh vegetables, herbs, and crunchy almonds jazz up tender, fluffy couscous and make this recipe a real winner! Recipe is from Light and Tasty.

    Recipe #159261

    This fast, flavorful side dish is packed with color and nutrition. Recipe is from Light and Tasty. I haven't tried it yet but it looks wonderful!

    Recipe #159259

    This fast, fresh main dish is from The More-With-Less Cookbook.

    Recipe #159258

    This is basically the easiest dessert EVER, but it is so good! It’s good for you too :-) I’m sure someone else has come up with this somewhere in the world, but I invented it while at the college cafeteria. I was craving something with fruit and both creamy and crunchy textures, and this is what I ended up with. Quick, simple, and delicious. I prefer to use granola with raisins in it. This would also be a great snack.

    Recipe #158750

    This is a great party dip! Serve with toasted pita chips, warm soft pita bread, or fresh veggies. Mmm... Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #157843

    These individual pizzas won first place in Light and Tasty's "Vegetarian Entrees" recipe contest. They have tons of flavor, color, and other healthy fabulousness! Cheese, spinach, tomatoes, basil -- yum!!

    Recipe #157842

    These are great with maple syrup, honey, marmalade, or even cottage cheese! Packed with wholesome fruity flavor. Recipe is from Bon Appetit's February 2004 issue.

    Recipe #156437

    Roasted garlic and fresh rosemary make this potato dish special enough for company. From Light and Tasty’s Feb/March 2006 issue.

    Recipe #154825

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