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Feb
28

Bright Eyed 3 Grain Banana Pancakes

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Enjoy having a sweet banana aroma swirling through your home in the morning while your delicious healthy banana pancakes are sizzling on the griddle. These nutrient rich banana pancakes are made from healthy whole grain flours, bananas, bran’s, raw honey, almond milk and non fat yogurt; all of which taste fabulous!
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The “Mango Banana Muffin Madness” is a  a very light and delicious healthy muffin. These mango banana muffins make a great healthy snack, or a nutritious healthy breakfast. With potassium from the bananas and fiber from the whole grains, bran’s and oats, this healthy mango banana muffin is delectable!

DID YOU KNOW?  Mango is very high in iron and is recommended as a very healthy food for pregnant women to eat.

If you are looking for a high fiber healthy muffin recipe, you will love this  mango banana muffin recipe. The carob chips really add a lot to the taste, as the chocolate taste of the carob chips combined with the banana and the mango is scrumptious. Read More→

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Jan
17

Maple Syrup Baking

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100% pure maple syrup is a wonderful substitute for sugar, and is ideal to use when making healthy cookies, healthy muffins, and healthy desserts. I am not referring to the maple syrup that comes shaped like an robust woman, or the maple syrup that has an ingredient list so long that you forget what product you were even looking at. Clearly those maple syrups are basically sugar water with chemicals; they are not the real thing. I am referring to the living healthy benefits of 100% pure maple syrup.

Living Healthy Mom includes several maple syrup recipes.

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There is NOTHING better than a chocolate  muffin. Frankly, I wasn’t sure if I could  create a chocolate chip muffin recipe that was totally divine using all healthy ingredients. The great news I did it. I now know that it is possible to bake living healthy chocolate muffins that are also healthy for kids.

This double chocolate muffin has only 309 calories if you make it as shown, or only 201 calories per chocolate muffin if you take out the chocolate chips. (It is delicious either way!)
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Jan
14

Healthy Banana Muffins with Peaches and Strawberries

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My healthy banana muffin recipe with peaches and strawberries is simply delicious and is best served cold.

I came up with this banana muffin recipe because I had a huge bag of Costco fruit that I used for smoothies. I accidently defrosted two bags of fruit after making a smoothie, so I went to work on creating a tasty muffin so I could use up the fruit. I wasn’t sure how the muffins would turn out, but my kids loved the banana muffin with peaches and strawberries; as they were very light and refreshing.

When you bite into the banana muffin you will love tasting the little bites of strawberries and peaches; with just a hint of banana. It tastes so good! Read More→

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