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    After my post on quinoa last week, I wanted to revamp my quinoa banana breakfast muffins recipe. I hadn’t made them since 2009, and they needed an upgrade and some better pictures. Here is the result! These moist muffins are great to make on a Sunday afternoon. They make your kitchen smell amazing (thanks to the banana), and once they’re done you’ll have an easy breakfast to grab on your way to work every morning for the following week. I know I’ll be munching on these for the next few days. I can’t wait to warm them up and spread some peanut butter on top.

    Recipe #468083

    If you’ve never tried a butternut squash soup or pumpkin soup, then you’re missing out…especially if you’re a lover of sweets. Squash soup is one of my favorite things to eat in the fall and winter. When cooked, winter squashes turn soft and sweet, making them extremely versatile and comforting to eat when the weather is cool. Winter squashes like acorn and butternut squash can be hard to cut, so I like to slice them in half vertically, bake them, and then scoop out the flesh to use in a recipe. This way I don’t have to kill my arm trying to cut up the squash when it’s still hard as a rock.

    Recipe #467357

    It’s Monday and today is the first in a new weekly blog post series called “Focus on Food” here at Laurel on Health Food. Each week on Monday I’ll feature one healthy whole food with fun facts, some nutritional knowledge, and some tips for how to eat them. I hope you enjoy it! Today’s feature: blackberries.

    Recipe #467072

    I made a few simple sweets to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve, and I hope you like them. There’s one side dish and two desserts! Orange Mango Sorbet with Blackberries

    Recipe #466854

    I stopped by the super busy Union Square market on Saturday morning and picked up some wine sap apples. This special variety is supposed to be one of the best for baking, so I had to give them a try. You can make this easy dessert in a big batch or small. It has simple ingredients, is very healthy, but is also super comforting.

    Recipe #466832

    If you’ve never tried a butternut squash soup or pumpkin soup, then you’re missing out…especially if you’re a lover of sweets. Squash soup is one of my favorite things to eat in the fall and winter.

    Recipe #466350


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