I got this idea from Steve1's Every Which Way Quick Bread, but made my own alterations from the base. This is so delicious and moist, and has the most amazing flavor! You won't be disappointed, I promise. Make sure you use orange juice CONCENTRATE, and not just orange juice!
These are yummy muffins that are moist and low sugar, salt, and fat too!! If you like stuff that is not really sweet, powdered sugar subbed in for the regular will cut down on the sweetness. I got these from a healthy recipe site.
Perfect after school snack on those hot summer days! I haven't tried this one yet but the picture in the mag. looks good. lol
You can make a number of variations by following the directions at the bottom of the recipe.
This is a wonderful fruit salad recipe that I made up a while back. I call it "refreshing" because it is still creamy but doesn't have a ton of sugar and marshmallow cream in it. The toasted coconut heightens the flavor while the untoasted gives a nice chewy texture to the whole thing. For an extra creamy salad, add 1/4 cup fruit yogurt.
These are a little work but well worth the delighted faces of people seeing them for the first time. The base cookie is a little like a sugar cookie, but uses honey as a healthier alternative and gives it a nice flavor.
If you're looking for a corn bread that is tender and delicious on the inside but golden and crusty on the outside BUT still quick and easy, the look no farther! (*trumpets sound*) This is perfect with a warm broth-based soup on a cold night for an easy and healthy meal. Applesauce can be substituted for up to half the oil for a healthy alternative.
My mom makes these every Christmas. They are really delicious and so pretty too, like they have snow sprinkled on top. Hence the name, "Frosty" :) These can be thrown together in about 30 minutes and keep in an airtight container for about 1-2 weeks.