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    Chocolate and peanut butter... need I say more! It's very sweet, but very yummy. It is a no bake recipe, but must be refrigerated for atleast 4 hours. Recipe from

    Recipe #507020

    Quick, healthy and cheap! Recipe by Robert Irvine. I use whole wheat tortillas and serve with sour cream or gaucamole.

    Recipe #485221

    From ''I love this recipe because it is baked in the same pan that it is mixed in, so there is little to no cleanup. I also love, of course, the taste! The cake is super moist and chocolatey- in fact, this is one of my favorite chocolate desserts. The chocolate pudding is extremely rich tasting, but is actually quite light, and makes a perfect compliment to the cake. To make the dish even more decadent, top it with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. ''

    Recipe #479095

    I love baked oatmeal and make many different versions, but this is one of my kids favorites. It is really easy to throw together and smells so good. We like to eat it topped with vanilla yogurt.

    Recipe #476873

    Simple to make pasta dish that is light and tasty. I use turkey sausage and sqeezed some lemon juice over top. If using kale, or leafy green, remove and discard center stem. From

    Recipe #474706

    ''Baked Polenta Pie is similar to lasagna, but instead of noodles, you get a thick layer of creamy polenta as the base. I layered the pie with roasted vegetables, tomato sauce, and of course loads and loads of mozzarella and Parmesan cheese. You bake the pie until bubbly and do your best to not burn your tongue when it comes out of the oven. Your house will smell so delicious you won’t want to wait to dive in.'' Two Peas and Their Pod

    Recipe #474705

    From Two Peas and Their Pod. Love these cookies.

    Recipe #474704

    From Eating Well. I use real garlic roasted with the veggies instead of powder and sweet potato instead of squash. Great served with a salad.

    Recipe #444167

    A recipe by Martha Stewart. The honey can be replaced with real maple syrup. I always refrigerate and serve it with the drizzled honey and cinnimon over top.

    Recipe #444166

    Another toddler approved muffin. Made with oatmeal, whole wheat flour, applesauce and honey.

    Recipe #440410

    My toddler loves to help make these and eat them too! Very nutritious. They have whole wheat flour, rolled oats, applesauce, yogurt and are sweetened with honey. They are a great snack or as part of a breakfast. If you are lucky enough to have fresh wild blueberries, go ahead and use them!

    Recipe #440171

    Even avowed meat eaters will tuck into a vegetarian soup that’s this thick and hearty. Tip: If you’re serving toddlers, spoon their soup into a blender and purée until smooth; thin with milk or water if needed. From Todays Parent Magazine. I always remove 1-2 cups of the soup, purree and return it to the pot.

    Recipe #438734

    A tasty black bean burger with onion, BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese. These great-tasting burgers don’t demand a mind-numbing list of unusual ingredients. You can easily double the recipe and freeze some for another night. From Today's Parent Magazine.

    Recipe #432898

    This is my lightened up version of carrot cake.

    Recipe #412973

    This is a dessert my Nanny made. I love it. My Mom prefers it with a strawberry pie topping and my Aunt with cherry.

    Recipe #388778

    Leftover corn on the cob gets a starring role in these kid-pleasing, main-course dinner patties. Serve on whole wheat buns loaded with tomato slices and lettuce, or place on a bed of lightly dressed mixed greens and drizzle with salsa. From Today's Parent.

    Recipe #387785

    This is a recipe my friend gave me. Very moist and delicious.

    Recipe #384180

    A brilliant variation on regular potato pancakes, this is a great way to get your kids hooked on sweet potatoes. Very tasty served with salsa, sour cream or apple sauce. From Today's Parent.

    Recipe #383906

    Healthy Vegetarian Salad. Perfect for using up your garden veggies. From Plan B Organic Farm. Recipe must be chilled for atleast over night.

    Recipe #380533

    A light and healthy lunch. Whole wheat english mufiins topped with cottage cheese, feta, fresh spinach, tomatoes, basil and garlic and baked until bubbly. Delicious!

    Recipe #380519

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