As we transition into fall season, apples are a popular fruit for the fall. Make these apple cinnamon turnovers for a crisp fall flavor. See more recipes at tasteofhome.com.
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Fun and healthy foods are a must-have, and pancakes are no exception. These whole wheat flapjacks are egg-free and made from scratch. They even have less fat than regular pancakes, since the oil is replaced with GoGo squeeZ applesauce.Click here for more of our best pancake recipes.
Cheese and fruit pair well, hence the popularity of sandwiches that use Brie and apples. This grilled cheese sandwich uses those same flavors but has a fun twist — the apples are replaced with GoGo squeeZ applesauce.Click here for more of our best grilled cheese sandwich recipes.
Add a little zip to your holiday stuffing this year with Craisins and applesauce. You can make this stuffing a day in advance and bake it half an hour before dinner is served.
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There’s nothing quite like warm, fluffy muffins emerging from the oven in the morning to get the kids (and grown-ups) out of bed. Rolled oats and whole-wheat flour make this variation of an apple crisp healthier than your average muffin. — Will Budiaman
There is honestly no better way to begin the day than with a delicious, hearty breakfast. So why not kick-start your morning with whole-wheat waffles, fresh fruit, and sweet maple syrup?Bananas taste amazing in waffles and give them a great sweetness without all the added sugar. They also help keep the waffles super moist and really fluffy! I threw in some of my favorite spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg and even a hint of vanilla.See all banana recipes.
In my house, baking cookies was a cutthroat competition among siblings, with my mother presiding, Iron Chef style, with one baby perched on her hip and the other clamped to her knee. Our approaches varied. Mary increased the sugar in an attempt to up the crunch. Patrick (ever the psycho perfectionist) altered the recipe and portion size teaspoon by teaspoon in pursuit of a product with Mom's thin and crispy edges. Bill made his backward, just to act rad. It was never my intention to upstage your cookies, Mom — but you should know that I've never claimed a victory as great as when you tasted your first Babycakes NYC cookie and said: "These are better than mine." Slather an exceedingly generous dollop of your favorite frosting between two of these cookies and you've got your newest addiction, the Babycakes NYC cookie sandwich. Try freezing them.
Eat Your Vegetables Day is June 17 and McCall Farms is celebrating by sharing three delicious farm fresh recipes. From Southern-Style Vegetarian Gumbo to Not Just Chocolate Cupcakes, these recipes are simple, satisfying, and nutritious.As one of America’s leading producers of canned vegetables and fruit, McCall Farms produce is picked at the peak of ripeness and immediately canned, locking in its flavor and nutrition. Not only do these Eat Your Vegetables Day recipes taste great, but they are packed with nutrients, too.One of America’s leading producers of farm fresh canned vegetables and fruit, McCall Farms has been cultivating food for more than 177 years. The family-owned and -operated company produces a wide variety of Southern-style products under Margaret Holmes, Glory Foods, Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts, and Bruce’s Yams, as well as private-label and foodservice products, all of which are sold nationwide. Based in Effingham, South Carolina, McCall Farms products are grown on 2,000 acres of family farmland with an additional 18,000 acres contracted throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
Have you been eating twice as much chocolate now that studies have shown conclusively that this miraculous bean is actually good for you? It’s certainly more appealing than gulping down a $7 wheatgrass shot with the rest of the aerobics squad at the health-food store. Here, then, is BabyCakes NYC’s ode to cocoa: A tried-and-true chocolate-worshiping recipe with crunchy edges and a soft, chewy center that will put you in antioxidant overdrive. Bonus tip: If you add minced fresh mint to the dough, the cookies taste just like Girl Scout Thin Mints! So here’s to putting those overachieving little nerdlettes out of business. (Oh, relax. Love, love you gals!)