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    Subbing.

    Do the muffins have much sweetness without the sugar?

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    Bliss balls
    Dried fruit and raw nuts - I mix these with air popped popcorn and puffed corn so it's kind of like a trail mix
    Dips and crackers/veggie sticks my kids like my home made French onion which is just light Philly with some French onion soup mix mixed in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    yeah but raw nuts I end up having more than just a small handful.

    I love nuts, so I end up eating a whole lot - and they are not super healthy for you in those kind of quantities
    I know what you mean! They are darn delicious.

    One way to control the amount you eat would be to portion them into small snack sized zip lock bags?

    Another healthy snack I enjoy is hummus with carrot sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    I do muffins. They taste pretty good.

    1 cup of flour
    1 cup of milk
    1 cup of coconut
    2 cups of fruit (banana, berries, apple, pear etc)
    1 egg (optional - they are a little dense if you don't use the egg)

    My dd loves them!
    See I would make these full of good intentions and then slather them in butter when eating them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankyoldcow View Post
    I have just made these:

    ChocChip and ChickPea cookies:
    http://vegiesmugglers.com.au/2013/06...ckpea-cookies/

    (I think they they may be an acquired taste. There is something very wrong about chickpeas in a sweet dish. If I was to make them again I would halve the amount of chickpeas and reduce the amount sugar as they are too sweet).

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    Agree with PP about hummus and veggie sticks - my favourite brand of hummus is Yumi's.

    I also make spinach dip, which is so yummy with veggie sticks http://www.eatingfood.com/spinach-dip/. OK, so it has ricotta and sour cream in it but is definitely better than snacking on chocolate or biscuits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    Do you think you could substitute the egg for coconut oil?
    Definitely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    I do muffins. They taste pretty good.

    1 cup of flour
    1 cup of milk
    1 cup of coconut
    2 cups of fruit (banana, berries, apple, pear etc)
    1 egg (optional - they are a little dense if you don't use the egg)

    My dd loves them!
    Sorry to be dense, is that plain or self raising?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Sorry to be dense, is that plain or self raising?
    I use SR. Not a dumb question at all.

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    Piece of fruit toast with minimal butter is mine and DD's favourite


 

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