My kids get Clubhouse Jr. magazine and it usually includes a recipe that a child has sent in. This came from a little girl in Hawaii. My whole family enjoyed these waffles this weekend and it's the first recipe that has worked really well with my waffle maker. Very easy to whip together! I like to freeze an extra batch and pop them in the toaster to rewarm. A lot cheaper (and better) than the store bought kind!
This is such a tasty, fresh way to serve green beans! Very quick and simple; it can even be made a day ahead. The kiddos will eat it up! I have an aunt who requests that I bring this every Thanksgiving. I originally got this recipe from Parenting magazine. If you want to prepare ahead of time, just fully prepare as directed then cover and refrigerate. Bring it to room temperature before serving.
This recipe came from the back of a box of Quaker Oats. I have not tried it yet but thought it looked tasty with lots of vitamins and fiber. I will be trying it with butter instead of margarine and I think I might substitute chopped dates for the prunes as well. The pumpkin and spices make think of Fall.
This is a tasty, healthy muffin that both kids and adults will love. I got the recipe from a whole foods cookbook published by La Leche League. The ingredients list looks lengthy because many things are included in both the muffin and the topping so I just have two bowls ready and measure for both at the same time. To give an extra nutritional boost, I cut the oil to 1/4 C and add an extra 1/4 C of pumpkin. They come out very moist.
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