I wanted to do a hamburger stroganoff in the slow cooker without having to brown the hamburger first. I decided to just go for it, and wow! My whole family was really pleased with the results. I cook almost exclusively with organic ingredients, whether or not you choose to do so is strictly a matter of personal preference. Be sure to use lean ground beef, not chuck, since you will not be draining the fat.
This was an experiment in my kitchen that turned out even better than I hoped! Substituting bananas for the egg that would be in a typical recipe and applesauce for the oil makes this recipe super healthy, moist, yummy, and vegan; although I am not vegan myself, I will make these often!
This is adapted from The Pioneer Woman's recipe for oatmeal bars. I was short on time and decided instead of cutting my butter into tiny pieces the way she suggested, I would just slice it and put it on the oats in a 'dump' style fashion (if you're not familiar with dump cake..check it out..so yummy and easy!). The result is nothing short of sublime yumminess! Had I thought it through, I would have added about 1/4 cup of walnut 'dust' as well for some added protein. Definitely for the next time! The majority of my ingredients are organic, whether you choose to go this route is strictly a matter of personal choice.
Since many of the granola bars on the market contain ingredients I prefer to keep away from my family, I searched for a way to create these delightful treats at home. All of the ingredients are organic, unless you choose otherwise. Feel free to change it up by adding dried fruit and omitting the peanut butter...get creative!
As an avid health nut who also loves all things sugary and baked, I have adapted this recipe from The Avid Appetite to fit the bill to a tee. Absolutely delicious! ( I used all organic ingredients, but you can certainly use conventional ones, as well) They are pictured here with an optional crumble topping.
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