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    My kids love to help me make this. Again, this is an awesome lunch box item. If they don't eat this at lunch, they tend to pull it out in the car on the way home - so I don't hear the ongoing whine of "I'm sssstttttaaaaaaarrrrrvvvvvviiinnnnngggg!!!!!" Because peanuts are a high allergen food, I use raw (EFA-rich) almonds and sunflower seeds. Chocolate/carob is not necessary in this recipe. A great substitute is dried cherries, cranberries, or blueberries. Try one of these combos: almond/raisin (simple and tastes like PB&J) almonds/prunes/apricots/sunflower seeds (tastes divine and is a great source of fiber) raw cashews/coconut/dried bananas/raisins and maybe chocolate chips ("Monkey Chow") almonds/sunflower seeds/cherries/bananas (tangy and crunchy)

    Recipe #260676

    For the corned beef I have listed... you will never buy a pre-packaged corned beef again...

    Recipe #259092

    This goes along with the Recipe #258854 that I just posted... after all, you should have a little bit of leftovers.

    Recipe #258953

    Quick and easy salad that your children will enjoy making with you.

    Recipe #252704

    Easy and goes with everything!

    Recipe #252678

    My son poured agave syrup on this and ate with abandonment.

    Recipe #417444

    Easy and yummy. If you don't like onions, go easy because the taste really comes out in this salad.

    Recipe #441330

    This is the best dressing ever!

    Recipe #241375

    The kids love helping me make this.

    Recipe #250181

    Mmmm, mmmm, good.

    Recipe #311451

    These are so moist and fluffy that they remind my kids of cake. And by being able to cut them into different shapes, they make a great kitchen activity for my little ones.

    Recipe #270701

    Quick, easy and will look like you spent the day in the kitchen.

    Recipe #259844

    We love these and the kids have a blast helping me make them. The only part I say "hand's off" to is the melting chocolate part.

    Recipe #250767

    Another quick and easy recipe and your kids will love it.

    Recipe #252711

    I use this for my children's lunches. It's easy to make and holds over well overnight. You can use arugula, watercress, or endive instead of the spinach, if you like, and, for a heartier meal, add roasted or grilled squash, eggplant or sweet peppers.

    Recipe #260669

    We love these and they are so easy to make. Since we can't do "artificial" here, these are second best. First best, in my opinion.

    Recipe #285683

    This was a search for a chili that I could make with no red meat but still have the protein from a meat.

    Recipe #260679

    This is so easy to make and so yummy!

    Recipe #250188

    I streamlined this Thai restaurant favorite to make it a fast weeknight dinner option. For maximum efficiency, prepare the chicken, garlic, cilantro, and bean sprouts while the rice noodles are soaking. If you can't find fish sauce, substitute a combination of 4 minced anchovy fillets and 1/4 cup soy sauce. Rice stick noodles can be found in the Asian section of most supermarkets. If desired, top the pad Thai with chopped peanuts and scallions.

    Recipe #304275

    Although I love the tang of these, you can substitute cinnamon and sugar to make these sweet. Of course those are my kids favorite.

    Recipe #252705

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