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    These muffins are delicious and have a great texture, and they are 100% healthy! No refined flour or sweeteners. We have a big family, so this recipe makes a lot of muffins, but it is easily halved for a smaller group. To make the muffins lower in fat, replace half of the oil with unsweetened applesauce. I also use "white whole-wheat" flour, which is softer than that made with red wheat (but has the exact same nutritional value).

    Recipe #115432

    This cake is pretty amazing. It's made without refined flour or sugar, but the taste and texture are sublime: it's not heavy at all. Besides that, there are plenty of carrots, nuts, and pineapple mixed in. Carrot cake is one of my favorites, and it's even better when I can actually feel good about eating it! :-) Frost with a cream cheese frosting (spreading apricot preserves between the two layers is good too). Prep time does not include grating carrots.

    Recipe #109547

    This is the best cornbread I have ever had. Ever. No exceptions. As written, the recipe makes two pans...so you might want to halve it if you have a smaller family.

    Recipe #228259

    The easiest (and healthiest) recipe for home fries I've ever come across. This is an essential side dish for grilled meat at our house! Everybody loves them and I hope you do too.

    Recipe #106633

    Cinnamon is good. Apple is good. And whole wheat is good. So put them together, and you have a scrumptiously healthy breakfast! These all-natural pancakes would be lovely with warm maple syrup, or fresh fruit and a little cream. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue.

    Recipe #128257

    I’m posting this mainly for those of you on Zaar who can’t eat gluten…but these healthy and delicious pancakes can be enjoyed by anyone! From Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue.

    Recipe #123665

    When I was younger, I didn’t like broccoli, but I sure loved this casserole! I requested “green rice” all the time. Maybe it was because of all the cheese :) This is a good way to get veggies, whole grains, and calcium into picky kids’ mouths! Can either be a vegetarian main dish or a side dish.

    Recipe #154641

    This delicious grilled side dish will add nutrition and flavor to any meal. Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s April/May 2005 issue. I love broccoli anyway, and grilling veggies always kicks them up a notch.

    Recipe #125127

    As Mary Poppins would say, these are practically perfect in every way!! They have more chocolate and less sugar/butter than most no-bake cookies. Brown sugar adds depth of flavor, while extra vanilla and a pinch of salt liven it up. Besides, they are quick and easy, and everyone loves them! I think you could reduce the sugar even more, but they're great as written. Try them with extra dark (Dutch process) cocoa powder...mmmm.

    Recipe #191600

    Quick lunch that uses up the leftovers from last night's salmon...or you can used canned salmon instead. Dill, Dijon mustard, and celery take the "boring" out of salmon (or tuna) salad! This is good in a wrap with some tomato, cheese, and red-leaf lettuce.

    Recipe #118379

    I would rather have a slice of this bread than a chocolate chip cookie: it's a lot more filling and much better for you! Makes two loaves, so keep one for fresh eating and stick the other in the freezer.

    Recipe #104937

    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

    Delicious side dish, perfect for summer when the zukes are coming in! Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue.

    Recipe #122893

    "Just right!" Delicious, moist, and wholesome. This bread (a favorite with my brothers) uses no refined grains or sugars. Plus, it uses up those overripe bananas sitting on the counter! White whole wheat flour is made from a softer grain than regular WW, so it has a more tender texture but the same health benefits. Using it allows you to get all the fiber and nutrition of whole grains, but not risk turning out a hard, dry loaf! :) Besides white whole wheat, the bananas, applesauce, and wheat germ ensure that this bread is moist and flavorful. It freezes very well, so eat one loaf now and save the other one for later -- if you have any left over to freeze, that is!

    Recipe #103307

    A delicious, healthy (pretty much), easier-than-pie snack I invented one night when I had the munchies. Opportunities for variation are endless...

    Recipe #97829

    These are very good. My mom used to make them when I was younger, and as I remember, they were especially nice dipped in coffee (or hot chocolate or tea...). Not too much sugar, made with whole grain, and they store well. Enjoy! Serving size is approximate, since we haven't made these for a while and I can't remember exactly how many the recipe makes.

    Recipe #176227

    Juicy oranges, crunchy almonds, smooth and luscious dates...and with a cinnamon/orange "dressing" over all, this fruit salad is beyond delicious.

    Recipe #113740

    This is a pasta salad full of fun flavors and vibrant color. I haven’t tried it yet, but I got the recipe off the website coolrunning.com and wanted to keep it to make this summer. Cook time is chilling in the fridge.

    Recipe #120921

    With an abundance of quickly ripening pears on the counter, and with a crowd of hungry little people to feed, I came up with these tender, lightly sweet, and surprisingly healthy muffins! They passed the Picky Sibling Test with flying colors. I modified a basic apple muffin recipe from a Pennyslvania bed and breakfast, making changes to make the muffins healthier and more unique. I hope you like them too! I used a mixture of apples and pears (two small Bartlett pears and one very small Pink Lady apple), but you could use just apples if that's all you have available. I also used white whole wheat flour (ground from white wheat), which is lighter than regular whole wheat (ground from red wheat). It has the exact same nutritional value but is not as strong-flavored or "heavy," so try it if you can find it!

    Recipe #201378

    An healthy snack or quick dessert.

    Recipe #105296

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