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Impressive! Here's a fast-food solution that tastes great on get-a-move-on mornings.
Kid Pleaser! Nice way to send your child off with something good to eat when you're running short on time in the morning. You can let your children help make these too. I've found that my daughters have always loved to eat what they've made.
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I received a Hungry Girl email today and this was one of the recipes that were featured. Here is what the email said about the recipe: These things are large, fiber-packed, portable, and SOOO DELICIOUS!!!! Make a batch in the PM, and you'll have super-quic
"These are delicious alternatives to cold cereal, and kids love them. Barley cereal works just as well. Don't omit the orange peel!"
Low fat and incredibly health version of oatmeal, chocolate chip cookies.
This is a recipe I created out of a need for a healthy low fat, high fiber breakfast option. This "cookie" is not very sweet. You can add more sugar if desired. Makes a great breakfast with a piece of fruit.
These are like the Baker's Breakfast Cookie. MMM, minty!
Moist & Chewy. Awesome breakfast cookie!
So easy and so yummy! (And mostly healthy too!) You can substitute honey for the corn syrup if you'd like. I've never tried that, because I've heard it makes them almost too sweet. This recipe can be easily adapted to accomodate the addition of wheat germ,
I developed this recipe as a somewhat healthier alternative to regular cookies and muffins. I like to have the ready made dough in the fridge-and scoop a few out to bake as I am getting ready in the morning. A few of these and a cup of tea or milk make a y