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A Healthy Dessert for Toddlers (and Their Grown Ups) at Toddler Times

After the Halloween sugar overload this past week, our family needed a way to wean off the candy craziness. Rather than go cold turkey on sweets, I whipped up this healthy, yet surprisingly decadent, dessert: frozen yogurt banana pops. I like that the main ingredients are bananas and yogurt. My kids like the festive sprinkles and the ice cream-y texture and flavor. Heres the recipe as well as step-by-step photos with additional commentary for you visual folks: Assemble your ingredients and tools You'll need bananas, Greek yogurt, honey, sprinkles or other toppings. Also, a bowl, rubber spatula, cookie sheet, parchment or wax paper, and popsicle sticks. Oops -- the popsicle sticks didn't make it into the photo! Start with the yogurt Dump the Greek yogurt into your bowl. See how nice and

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feelin fruity Eat, Live, Run

For the past 55 hours, I have eaten nothing but fruit. Apples, pears, bananas, mangos, cherries, blueberries, coconut, avocado, peaches and zucchini. Holyyyyy.fruitcup. Now before you go and freak out on me, let me explain. First of all, Im already expecting for this post to raise some controversy. Doing any sort of cleanse is very controversial and Im not here to tell you its the right thing for you. Im only here to share with you my personal experience doing a three-day fruit feast cleanse (based on this book). The fruit feast is a cleanse traditionally part of Baron Baptistes 40 Days Program. Though Ive completed the program before, I was always too scared to do the fruit feast at the end. It was daunting and scary and above all else, I HATE to be hungry. S

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Peanut Butter Banana Berry Freeze Dog Treat :: Doggy Dessert Chef

Something nice and cool for these hot summer days! Ingredients 1 1/4 cup frozen Berries, partly thawed 1 ripe Banana 1/4 cup Peanut Butter Directions 1. Place the berries, banana and peanut butter in a blender and mix until smooth. 2. Pour the mixture in a shallow pan and freeze until firm, approximately 8 hours. 3. Scrape a spoon across the mixture and serve the shavings in a bowl. But hold on, this isnt just a recipe. This is my contribution to my Baking Unleashed Dog Treat Challenge! Interested in participating in the challenge and winning an awesome prize? Check it out. Be Sociable, Share! Hi! If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed for more drool worthy recipes. Thanks for visiting!

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Banana Rosemary Baby Bundt Cakes w/ Rosemary Brown Butter Icing -- Food Blog and Recipes

About a year and a half ago, my wonderful friend Looney brought me a whole bag full of edible goodies from a trip to Nicaragua. Among the many treats in the bag was a bottle of banana vinegar scented with rosemary. I fell in love. The vinegar was a little bit sweet, with a strong tropical aroma of bananas all underscored by hints of woodsy, piney rosemary. I used it in salad dressing and marinades, and discovered it was the perfect vinegar for baking or for adding a little something special to jams and compotes. Amazed by its many uses, I have nursed this little bottle, prizing each drop like it's made out of gold. About a week ago, I decided to reorganize my pantry (more about that soon!) and came upon the bottle of vinegar. I opened it up just to take a quick sniff of the syrupy aroma, w

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Homemade By Holman

Yes it was two months ago... and I'm just now getting around to sharing a few of the details. I know, life has been a little crazy around here as we prepare for baby number 2... can't believe she'll be here in another 6 weeks or so, and try to finish up all the remodeling projects - the new nursery and master bathroom being at the top of the list. But even in those two months, I still can't believe my baby girl is over a year old, walking, jabbering constantly and really developing quite the personality. For Aubrey's party - we did a little bit of a circus/carnival theme - I'll admit largely due to the fact that I was slightly obsessed with the pennant flag banners that are popping up all over the place right now. I just love them and thought they would make adorable party decor. My sister

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20 More Tasty Vegan Recipes That Dont Suck!

While vegan meals are a not a palatable permanent lifestyle choice for many, enjoying occasional vegan meals can be a rewarding way to incorporate environmental sensitivity on the path to a green life. The good news (as noted in the original, popular vegan recipe guide), is that plenty of vegan meals are tasty and satisfying for even the most red-blooded steak lover out there. This post will offer up the sides we all love: dessert, salads, and appetizers veganized. Veganism is a fairly restrictive dietary choice, though its getting easier and plenty of vegans report that its really not difficult at all. According to research, only about 2.5% of the American population is vegetarian, with strict vegans being but a fraction of that number. No one disputes that vegan fare is gen

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Notebook: Rutgers duo impresses

The New York Giants finished their second day of practices at rookie camp. If this was the last chance for undrafted players to make an impression on the Giants, some players made favorable ones. Let's start with some of the Giants' draft picks first. The Giants saw glimpses of some big-play ability out of first-round running back David Wilson and second-round wide receiver Rueben Randle. Wilson showed nice burst and was shifty on cuts during the non-contact practices. He also showed an ability to catch out of the backfield, but has to continue to learn how to pass protect. AP Photo/Mel EvansRutgers product Joe Martinek impressed Giants coaches with his versatility in the backfield. Randle dropped some passes but also made big catches like a deep reception he had on Friday against third-ro

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Slices of Life By: Jill Pertler-Corn dogs, paint and other fair scents - | news and information, Grundy, Tama, north central Iowa

This is a corn dog, hot dog, funnel cake, crab cake, mini donut, cotton candy, kettle corn, caramel corn, sweet corn, gyro, taco, slider, snow cone, chocolate-covered frozen banana time of year. State fairs, county fairs and any other sorts of affairs bring good folks together during warm weather months for one clear purpose, and it isnt about walking along dusty gravel roads touring barns and viewing farm animals although I certainly enjoy a good bunny or pig exhibit when I see one. The actual fair experience centers on the scents and smells of the food, not the swine. Imagine: Cotton candy machines throwing sweetness into the air. Kettle corn aroma surrounding you with buttery goodness. Turkey legs roasting. Kabobs grilling. Barbecue barbecuing. Deep fryers overflowing with co

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Mothers Day recipes Banana Dessert (3 ingredients or less, banana, honey, almond, vegan)

Tea Beyond Mothers Day Recipes Banana Dessert Mother's Dictionary of Meanings Dumbwaiter: One who asks if the kids would care to order dessert. Feedback: The inevitable result when the baby doesn't appreciate the strained carrots. Full Name: What you call your child when you're mad at him. Grandparents: The people who think your children are wonderful even though they're sure you're not raising them right. Banana Ice cream Hearsay: What toddlers do when anyone mutters a dirty word. Independent: How we want our children to be for as long as they do everything we say. Puddle: A small body of water that draws other small bodies wearing dry shoes into it. Show Off: A child who is more talented than yours. Sterilize: What you do to your first baby's pacifier by boiling it, and to your last baby

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Real fat, real sugar, real good

Substitutes generally disappoint in head-to-head food comparisons: sugar vs. stevia (sweetener derived from South American perennial shrubs); steakvs. tempeh (a slightly-fermented soybean and grain patty); Parmesan cheese vs. nutritional yeast. Allergies and health conditions obviously require substitutions, but low-fat, no-fat, low-sugar, no-sugar, dairy-free are becoming the rule and not the exception -- and thats a bit sad. Itd be nice to return to a time when we werent hectored about how healthy our food is, when eating made you feel good, not guilty. I cant imagine my grandparents feeling guilt about eating warm crusty bread with fresh butter, just-out-of-the-oven chocolate chip cookies or butter-dipped cream biscuits. Food has changed since then and the ubiqui

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