This is a simple, tasty stew. The original directions calls for a short cooking time, but I think I cut the pumpkin a bit chunkier and cooked it much longer when I made it. Just make sure you don't cook it so long that the pumpkin disappears! This also freezes well.
I had some muesli to use up, and found and adapted this recipe. It's originally from Super Food Ideas. The original had more dried fruit in it, but my muesli was very fruity so I cut it back. You could always add more if you like. I also reduced the sugar from 3/4 cup to 1/3 cup, I thought it was plenty sweet! Tastes like a cake-y oatmeal raisin cookie.
Based on the filling of a sausage roll recipe that we enjoyed. I found that the zucchini released a lot of liquid. I drained it off a few times during cooking, so it didn't get too soggy. If you like gravy with your meatloaf, I would save that liquid to make it with. You could also try adding more bread crumbs or cereal to soak up the juices.
I developed this for a friend with a picky 3 year old. I had made some very healthy bran muffins that my girls enjoyed, but her son wouldn't touch. So I added some chocolate, and a bit more sugar, but left all the healthy stuff in there, too. The nutritional information on these is very encouraging! Updated to say these are much better if you use 70% cocoa dark chocolate.
From Cooking Light. This isn't the best crab dip ever (the ones with a cup of mayo and a cup of cheese get that award), but it is pretty darn tasty and reasonably healthy to boot. It is also easy to throw together.
Another simple, delicious recipe from my friend Chris. Cooking for 40 minutes will result in completely broken down lentils and well melded flavours. If you like your lentils to retain their shape, cook for only 20 minutes. This will thicken on standing, so add more water when reheating for leftovers. Freezes well.
I wanted to make JanRoundOz's Recipe #21444, but I also wanted to use up some cabbage. So I googled Mongolian and Cabbage to see whether the combination might be appropriate. I came across this Kylie Kwong recipe on a cooking blog. It looks yummy, and I love serving beef mince in new ways!
My friend Chris brought this over for dinner when I had my second baby. We all loved it. She also added some fresh green beans, which were not part of the original recipe. From ABC's Delicious Magazine, 2004.
This recipe came from a brochure about toddler nutrition from the Tasmanian health department. The brochure is given to Australian mums as their kids embark upon the "picky eater" stage. Cook time does not include chilling time (which I suspect may not be needed).