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    Quite a mouthful, but so deliciously healthy! This simple, wholesome muffin uses flax seed meal in place of butter or oil and comes out fluffy and moist.

    Recipe #403593

    This is my very own recipe. I originally created it to feed preschoolers but discovered it was a favorate of all ages, the caterers even asked for the recipe to serve at our wedding! It is a very fresh, crisp and delightfully healthy salad that can also be enjoyed as a salsa when served with chips. (This makes a large salad, servings are estimated)

    Recipe #308200

    I found this recipe on the back of a bag of Bob's Red Mill Flax Seed Meal. It doesn't use any butter or oils or molasses and calls for shredded carrots, apples and other yummy ingredients.

    Recipe #327270

    A great little breakfast or snack from The Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook

    Recipe #308067

    Yes, blueberries and pasta. The addition of poached chicken and feta cheese makes this dish into a light and satisfying summer supper that's also great for a potluck. If you already have some leftover chicken, skip Step 1 and add shredded chicken in Step 4. (from

    Recipe #310307

    There's nothing better than starting your Sunday morning with a batch of warm and fluffy Chocolate Banana Pancakes. And if you are one of those who likes to watch your calories, try this version made with whole wheat flour, fresh bananas and some sweetened cocoa powder. A bit of yogurt or skim milk adds the perfect light and fluffy texture you need, and a dusting of powdered sugar, a dollop of butter and some old-fashioned syrup or some homemade fresh-fruit sauce will truly help you get the best out of your breakfast deal. Got this, description, and all, from

    Recipe #381764

    Found this in Eating Well Magazine. Looks great!

    Recipe #312444

    This is a Food Network recipe that only has four main ingredients. I first had this with my husband at a friend's house and it blew us away! So good, and with bags of pre-cut squash available at most grocery stores, it's a breeze to put together!

    Recipe #444386

    I created this recipe for my son, who was once a "challenging" eater who would eat anything in a waffle. I was amazed to find that it was, actually, pretty darn good. Whole grain, great protein, fiber and low sugar too! There is lots of room for variation as well. Let me know what you try!

    Recipe #412978

    My daughter is potty training and I told her that if her diaper was dry after her nap that I would have a surprise for her and this is it... A fun, healthy and very tasty snack!

    Recipe #309080

    Another exciting (and SUPER easy) recipe from with lots of room for variation.

    Recipe #310513

    So yummy! I like to smash my avocado to make it spreadable.

    Recipe #408090

    A frozen treat that's not a treat at all! Thank you!!

    Recipe #310512

    A tasty and healthy fruit bread that makes an ideal quick breakfast or snack. For kids and adults from The Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook.

    Recipe #306459

    Party food doesn't have to be unhealthy. These festive cupcakes are made without sugar and are decorated with fresh fruit. (Another great from The Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook)

    Recipe #308072

    I created this recipe with my daughter after a conversation with my sister, Meagan, about her idea of a perfect oatmeal cookie. This is a cookie you can feel good about giving your kids. They are very moist and fluffy and taste even better the days after being baked. These are very adaptable so feel free to substitute chocolate chips and a bit of lemon zest for the raisins or add some cranberries and sliced almonds for some added fun!

    Recipe #392291

    This is so good! It takes just like a peanut butter cookie!! Fast, easy, healthy, no bake and can be made into balls or bars. This can be a fun activity to let the kids help with too!

    Recipe #436181

    A quick and easy lunch or dinner I created for my two year old. She eats tofu, but I hid it under the cheese to keep the pizza looking "normal" :) . She gobbles it up and I found that I really enjoy eating it too! (measurements are rough)

    Recipe #308406

    If you are looking for a tasty homemade gift, a lower-cost version of the brand-name liqueur or just a fun cooking project, try making your own Kahlua at home. This easy to follow recipe produces a rich, velvety coffee-flavored elixir that is the main ingredient of drinks such as White Russians, Mudslides and Chunky Monkeys. Kahlua is also a delicious "on the rocks" drink, whether straight over ice or topped off with a little half-and-half cream. (From

    Recipe #344299

    I got this from Raley's "Something Extra" magazine. Really quick and simple. I actually used pumpkin seeds when I made it and I bet it would be good with any type of fish.

    Recipe #422243

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