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    4 Recipes

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    This is one of my kids favorites. It gets them to drink their milk and they get a fruit too! Plus it is so quick and easy.

    Recipe #281385

    Granola is so expensive in the store and with two kids with tree nut allergies it is always a concern finding granola without traces of tree nuts. This is a tasty and easy granola recipe. I have added honey or cinnamon to mine. The recipe is very flexible depending on your preference.

    Recipe #438729

    I am not a huge bean lover but I love this bean dish.

    Recipe #281035

    This is a one dish meal that was my favorite when I was kid. I ate it with cold cottage cheese on the side. I think the casserole was served too hot for me and the cottage cheese cooled it down and added a bit of cheese. This was a recipe my Gramma obviously made - hense the name. I wish I could say that my kids loved it as much as I did but for some reason they just don't like many foods mixed together yet. My sister-in-law is from Scotland and she said it reminds her of foods she ate when she was a kid. My Grampa's family was from Scotland so maybe it was something his Mom made - I guess I will never really know since they aren't around to ask any more. My Dad was the one who alwaysalways said that the key to anything with tomato sauce was to add a little bit of sugar. I don't do this anymore but left it in the recipe because it was my Dad's contribution.

    Recipe #353899


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