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    4 Recipes

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    Homemade recipe for the inside of Reese's cup, so you can make you own at home! [which are so much tastier!] I'd recommend using bitter sweet or milk chocolate, and using a peanut butter cup mold, which you can buy pretty cheaply at Joann's or other craft/kitchen supply stores. And if you don't have powdered sugar, you can blend regular white sugar in a coffee grinder

    Recipe #314259

    Simple, pretty healthy, dessert that goes great with vanilla frozen yogurt. The texture isn't your typical cookies. It's a bit cake like due to the bananas. Also, I used 50/50 half wheat, half white flour, but I'm sure using either one would work just fine.

    Recipe #314256

    Totally simple, healthy, low calorie, 1 ingredient snack. Not even a recipe really....yum :] the benefits of fruit and vegetable juice! but tastes like fruit popsicles!

    Recipe #290200

    A simple, healthy snack or even meal with little preparation and ingredients, but lots of flavor. Plus no heat is required. It's not just crunchy peanut butter on apples--pairing a Nut Butter with a different kind of nut adds a different flavor.

    Recipe #267671


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