Mid-afternoon can be lackluster in the energy department, but this recipe loaded with almond butter and honey will help you get through it.
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Move over, honey, today is Maple Syrup Day — a day to recognize the sweet sap of the maple tree, partner to pancakes, waffles, and French toast. Can you imagine life without it? On Maple Syrup Day, pass on the imposters and treat yourself to the real thing. Grade B is the more robust type, while Grade A is perfect for adding very subtle flavor to baked goods.
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Oats have never looked better than when they mimic a decadent cake and can be eaten for breakfast. True to name, this dish is also a great way to sneak in a veggie.
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This delicious pudding tastes decadent but is healthy enough that you don’t need to save it for a special-occasion dessert.
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These DIY energy bars are guaranteed to taste way better than any bar that comes in a plastic wrapper- and they’re made with ingredien ts you can actually pronounce. They’re also filling and satisfying, making them a better on-the-go choice than your typical snack food. If you don’t like walnuts or dried cranberries, substitute any nuts or dried fruit.
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These bars make for a great snack or dessert and go well with a warm cup of tea or cocoa. They're covered in oats, so have a napkin handy. It might get messy!   
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The recipe can be used as a crumble topping or a crust. For a crust, just press it in the pan bottom for a delicious, crunchy oat crust.
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This breakfast bread is basically just muffin batter baked into loaf form. It’s similar to coffee cake, but not at all too sweet and has a tender, slightly chewy crumb. With healthy things like whole-wheat flour, oats, almonds, and blueberries, a cake-like breakfast works for me, and the pretty white-chocolate drizzle makes it special enough for entertaining.
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Toasting the oats adds great flavor to these simple oat cookies, sweetened with maple syrup and flavored with warm spices. Click here to see Our 50 Best Cookie Recipes
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Honey Oat and Blueberry Pancakes
Homemade, from-scratch pancakes with a healthy kick — these Honey Oat and Blueberry scratch-Pancakes are definitely worth the effort. I even used 2-percent milk in these instead of the traditional buttermilk and they turned out delicious. One of my favorite things about these pancakes is that all of the ingredients are ones you probably already have in your cupboard. Can’t wait to make them again for breakfast! Click here to see Tips for Making Better Pancakes.
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Oat Porridge
It's no secret that I love oats. I also love the holiday season! There is something about cuddling up indoors with loved ones that makes me feel so cozy inside. I make this dish throughout the year and it always reminds me of those special celebrations. Click here to see How to Slim Down Your Diet.
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Raspberry Oat Bars
This simple recipe combines the goodness of hearty oats, the sweetness of raspberry, and the scent of cinnamon to tie it all together. One batch can serve a crowd or be parceled out through the week as an after-school snack or a better-for-you dessert. If you prefer, you can substitute another fruit jam flavor.
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