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Ever Wished Chocolate Grew On Trees?

“When i was a little girl, i wished chocolate grew on trees.  When i grew up, i learned it really does.” I’ll give you the recipe for homemade chocolate pudding I made for a group of kids and their parents … Continue reading

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Big Dill.

A light read for a friday- pickles! The good: This food is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Vitamin A, Iron, Potassium and Manganese, and a very good source of … Continue reading

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Free ebook today! Title: 50 Shades of Kale

My friend @SkinnyChef is giving away her new ebook 50 SHADES OF KALE today for free: http://amzn.to/OqEaDr – It’s a colorful, delicious, and fun cookbook with 50 unique health-and-happiness promoting recipes using Mother Nature’s top super food, Kale. Grab your free copy today!

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Sloppy Seconds

Let’s talk about creating healthier versions of foods children recognize and will actually eat. Yes. We bought a can of Hunt’s Manwich.  The first ingredient is tomato paste, which is incredible for you, but it has other junk like corn … Continue reading

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Turkey Spinach Lasagna Recipe

Turkey Spinach Lasagna Sugar Reporter note:  “I’ve cooked a lot of lasagna.  Some sinful with bechamel sauces, some dry, some greasy from ground beef.  This is perfect.  It’s completely satisfying.  The turkey gives it staying power, and the combination of the spinach … Continue reading

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Banana bread recipe using ground walnuts and ground flaxseeds

Banana bread with walnuts and flaxseed   /     makes 1 loaf;  serves 8 Sugar Reporter note:  “I used all whole wheat flour and used olive oil for 1/2 the butter.  It can be eaten plain, or spread with Nutella or any other … Continue reading

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I hate the term “Kitchen Sink.”

Kitchen sink:  for me this term used to describe a salad, soup or omelet prepared with a wide variety of ingredients found lying around your kitchen, has always bugged me. Even as a kid. I picture one of grandmother’s unattached artificial … Continue reading

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