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    Delicious moist dense bread with a wonderful orange aroma and yummy bits of chocolate. I use half whole wheat and half white flour but it works great with just one type. I prefer semi-sweet chocolate but have tried it with dark and milk, of course, both good.

    Recipe #298774

    My 2-yr old has always disliked oatmeal, so I thought I'd try a baked version - and he's eating it up today! He also has had an issue with gaining weight so I've fatted this version up - you can always use a lower fat milk, and even leave the oil out. Also, you could use 2 mashed bananas for the 1/2 cup of applesauce. I cut these into 8 strips and then wrap each one separately and put in fridge or freezer. They defrost easily in the microwave. You can also double the recipe and put in 8x8 pan.

    Recipe #288277

    I love cottage cheese pancakes and wanted to make a version that was a bit healthier and that my toddler would also love. This was a hit! (at least the two times I've made it so far!) You can use oil in place of the applesauce, white flour in place of the whole wheat, and regular milk for the soy, for a less healthier but yummy version. These also freeze well which is great for feeding a toddler.

    Recipe #241278

    These are really good whole wheat pancakes, but really more like a hotcake. I made these hoping my 14-month old would eat them and he did! And my husband and I loved them too. We added the blueberries but left out the nuts for the baby.

    Recipe #231786

    My husband makes these every weekend and eats most of them himself!

    Recipe #230512

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