from anne lindsay cookbook. this uses the minimum amount of fat and sugar with lots of fruit and oatmeal for fiber. this tastes so good especially in the cool autumn months. i often use frozen mixed fruit like strawberry/blackberry/blueberry/raspberry.
this is awesome and foolproof! great for sandwiches or toast. even my 9-year-old (who doesn't often make requests) can't get enough of it! ok to substitute sour cream or cottage cheese for the plain yougurt, although it might up the calorie count.
this regional speciality calls for a large roast to be grilled (but not smoked) over intensely hot coals while being flipped constantly to avoind burning. the meat comes off the grill well charred, almost black on the exterior but not burned, and rosy pin
great for that run in the morning breakfast. you can also take frozen burritos with you when going camping. just place the bag of frozen burritos into the ice chest, and by the time you're ready for breakfast the first morning, the burritos are fully thaw
these caramelized apples are meant to be slightly sweet, not overpowering and sugary, so they’re versatile in nature. spicy-tart and thoroughly warming, these apples are a fabulous addition to crepes or homemade ice cream. they’re equally at home as an un
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