the man of the house loves rice crispie treats, but he always complains that i don't make thick enough or enough of them. so i have increased the original recipe to an amount that actually lasts more than 1 day !!these are soft & chewy and will stay that
i found this recipe in the australian womens weekly. i thought it sounded great as it contains ingredients i always have on hand. i even made this for my toddler dd (without the nuts) and she gobbled it up. it's really simple & tasty.
i wrote this recipe down when my bub was only a few months old, and now she's 1 (well almost!) i made this today for her. it's healthy and so so easy to make. i like that there is no sugar in this recipe however you could choose to sweeten it up a little
this is a modification of a simpler recipe i found online - i used less beans and added celery, carrots, and tomatoes, plus a few other mods. i'm just posting it so i can get the nutritional values of this version, but if someone else wants to use it, enj
we had a couple of home grown tomatoes, and what is better than blt's on a hot summer night? i didn't want same old sandwich, so i came up with this one. we love roasted garlic. you can use more or less or not at all, to your taste.
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