Banana Yogurt Muffins
Perfect for a healthy lunchbox snack, a quick breakfast or a bite-sized brunch hors d'oeuvre, these banana yogurt muffins are moist and flavorful. The ease and simplicity of this recipe means that kids can help you bake and get their hands dirty in the kitchen. Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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Loaded Cherry Oatmeal Cookies
What if you could pump up the nutritional content of your kids’ favorite cookie? That is exactly what I have done with these Loaded Cherry Oatmeal cookies. Sure, they have butter and sugar, but they also have the goodness of whole grains and antioxidant power from dried cherries and my secret ingredient, cacao nibs.Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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Maple-Glazed Breakfast Cookies With Dried Cranberries and Pepitas
As a mother of two, I knew that my breakfast cookie had to be nutritious and filling. But as a baker, I wanted my cookies to be delicious and eye-catching. I have endeavored to satisfy both of these requirements with this recipe. One of the things I did to pump up the nutritional value of my breakfast cookie, besides using whole wheat flour, is to add wheat germ. To achieve a slightly nutty taste and texture in my breakfast cookies without the nuts, I added pepitas — green pumpkin seeds. The dried cranberries add sweetness and a pop of color. All in all, I think the combination of ingredients in these breakfast cookies will please everyone in your family.Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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A mixture of oats, nuts, wheat germ, coconut, and warm spices are layered in between creamy Greek yogurt and fruit. Click here to see 11 New Ways to Use Greek Yogurt
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