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    This gluten free bread is just lightly sweet. The banana and coconut oil lend moisture while the quinoa or millet flour adds a boost of protein and flax jumps in with a hit of omega 3 goodness. Great toasted with a bit of nut butter or jam.

    Recipe #488485

    2 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    This is an original recipe for a versatile spread that is great on sandwiches or smeared on a lettuce leaf for a quick veg wrap; equally easy to use as a dip for crackers and veg or thin down a bit and use as a "cream" accompaniment for baked tofu, fish, etc. Toss with pasta or rice for a fresh, protein rich, dairy free cream sauce. Would also be nice to dress potatoes for a potato salad... hmmm... the possibilities are endless! My version comes out light green and looks a lot like guacamole, tastes fresh and herby and has a creamy mouth feel. The miso and nutritional yeast add a nutty/cheesy depth that you notice but can't quite put your finger on... and the garlic adds a raw zip that is really nice if you like that kind of thing! I love, love, love that this is something I can make that has no added fats or oils. Hope you love it too! (12 servings = 2 Tbsp per serving)

    Recipe #374863

    You won't believe that these are allergy friendly(but they are!)! They are moist and light, not too sweet and are studded with fruit. My boys (1 and 5) gobble them up whenever we make a batch. Try mini-muffin size for little hands(a perfect snack size)! I've am sensitive to wheat and cannot eat eggs or dairy... so after trial and error this family friendly, kid friendly, adult impressing recipe was born! These are SUPER adaptable too! Substitute any juice for the apple and try a complimentary puree instead of the applesauce (I have used organic baby food fruit purees). Cherry, peach, pear and blueberry have all worked well; pineapple didn't! Mashed banana will sub for applesauce and blends well with apple or pear juice or even soy or rice milk (use only firm banana for the diced or omit). Experiment and get your kids involved in the kitchen... it's fun! *NOTE: the spelt flour and agave nectar were not included in the nutritional totals, so I did the math based on the packages I used and added the nutritional value in for reference. Per regular size muffin: 287 cal, 37% of cal from fat, 32 g carb, 3 g fiber, 2.3 g protein.

    Recipe #236316

    8 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    This is my favorite frosting because it meets allergy needs and it is super adaptable, quick and easy and OH-SO-FLUFFY and GOOD!

    Recipe #217705

    1 pot, 1 hour = simple, incredibly tasty vegetarian meal. Truly a delightful change from ordinary lentil stew or soup. Make sure you have a hunk of great bread to sop up the stew juices or you'll end up using your fingers! Add a salad for a complete meal.

    Recipe #137609

    A grown up brownie. Nice addition to a holiday dessert buffet.

    Recipe #79981

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    An overnight brownie recipe that is worth the wait. These brownies are dense and fudgy. More of an adult taste, these treats are not very sweet and make a great pairing with a good cup of coffee.

    Recipe #79965

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    A little spa treat at home. Easy. Play around with your favorite essential oils to achieve a scent that you'll enjoy. Some of my favorites include chammomile, lavendar, neroli and rose. Try sandalwood or patchouli for a masculine scent.

    Recipe #79811

    A must have holiday dessert.

    Recipe #79482

    5 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    A zesty and colorful salad that makes great use of cranberries. Nice addition to a holiday buffet as it can be prepped in advance, is zesty and unusual and the flavors compliment most every cuisine.

    Recipe #79478

    A festive addition to your holiday party, or a great and healthy weekend dip. Adjust the garlic and spices down for younger children and you've got a mellow protein packed healthy afternoon snack dip. The versatile soybean strikes again!

    Recipe #79474

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    Pack a Calcium and Vitamin C punch with this kid friendly shake. It is worth finding sucanat if you can as sucanat is a healthier option for kids than refined white sugar.

    Recipe #79372

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    A healthy snack for your little one. Vary the flavor of yogurt and variety of fruit to suit your child's taste; use pureed fruit where necessary when the texture or size of the whole fruit is not acceptable for your youngster. The technique is simple and the ingredients are usually something that are on hand. Cook time is freeze time.

    Recipe #79371

    2 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    Luscious chocolate-hazelnut-citrus indulgence. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #79252

    This is a nice homemade gift mix. Makes a great afternoon project for kids; mixing the dry ingredients and packing the jars, then making and decorating the gift tags. Enlist the assistance of your favorite word processing software and set up the ingredient list and instructions on plain paper, getting about 3 or 4 sets on one sheet depending on the font and typeface size you select. Print and cut out the tags. This leaves the back of the tags free to be decorated before they're tied onto the jars. Alternatively, cut out a piece of pretty paper that is slightly smaller than your tag, line it up with the top of your tag, centered and punch a hole through both pieces of paper before tying the tag on... it's an easy way to pretty up the tag if you don't have little artists willing to decorate the plain paper tags! Recipe is easily doubled, tripled, quadrupled... adjust servings to fit your gift list! Cooking time is for the finished product. No cooking is involved in making the mix.

    Recipe #79021

    A fresh condiment that is great on broiled fish and equally at home as a sandwich spread. For elegant tea sandwiches, use this spread on turkey or tuna sandwiches and garnish with fresh nasturtiums for a blast of color.

    Recipe #78554

    The savoury sour cream sauce makes this dish ... yummy! Depending on the size of your chops, the servings may vary from 6-8. Can't fit all of the stuffing? The size of your chops may not accomodate all of the stuffing, but extra stuffing makes a great side for another meal --- see the note in the recipe for details.

    Recipe #77924

    Splendid appetizer for an Italian meal. Easily adapted into a vegetarian entree with the addition of a whole grain or pasta. I like to serve this with a lemony quinoa pilaf and crisp green salad. Cook time is marinating time.

    Recipe #77923

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    Easy, elegant and you'd never guess there's tofu in there unless you're the cook! This recipe is kid friendly and makes a great protein packed breakfast, afternoon snack or dessert.

    Recipe #77650

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