Archive for Barley Flour Recipes

Nov
29

YUMMY! Peach and Blueberry Wholegrain Crumble For The Holidays

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With the holidays approaching, all of us will be indulging in fabulous dinners. To lighten things up on the dessert side, try making a healthy fruit crumble with whole grains! This healthy dessert is easy to serve for large groups of people and the leftovers also make  a wonderful healthy breakfast that kids love.

Most crumbles use butter and white flour, but this delicious crumble offers you fiber, protein and it uses grape seed oil which is a healthy oil. 

TIP: Costco sells big bags of peaches and organic blueberries which are ideal to make this treat! You can make it any month of the year, even when a specific fruit isn’t in season! Read More→

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Nov
02

The Best Banana Nut Bread Recipe

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Healthy Breakfast- Healthy Recipes – Banana Bread

If are you looking for a scrumptious, healthy, low calorie banana nut bread recipe, you have come to the right place.

When you eat this banana nut bread recipe, you will not believe that it does not have any oil or butter in it. It is DELICIOUS!
This tasty banana nut bread recipe makes a wonderful healthy snack for kids and is also an ideal breakfast that provides all the nutrients your kids need to start their day off right.  Read More→

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The Super Sophie Carrot Muffin recipe is a moist, tantalizing muffin that is filled with everything that is healthy for kids, and it tastes amazing! You can eat this healthy muffin for lunch and be totally filled up!

Many moms’ of young kids are concerned about feeding raw carrots to their little ones. The great news is if you shred the carrots up and put them inside of carrot muffins, your little sweeties can enjoy all the health benefits of carrots, in addition to the great taste of terrific, tasting carrot muffins.

DID YOU KNOW? No other vegetable or fruit contains as much beta carotene as carrots. Beta carotene is very important for children as their little bodies convert beta carotene into vitamin “A.” This is important because vitamin A helps support healthy growth and development of children,  tissue and bone repair, healthy eyes, a strong immune system, and healthy, vibrant skin. WOW! Read More→

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