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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Peanut Butter Sesame Seed Balls
Made this recipe exactly as is and love it. One of the few snacks that satisfies my cravings as a nursing momma. They are fun and easy to make, especially since no baking is required! You can start em, then attend to something else (e.g., said nursing child), then come back whenever you're ready, since they won't spoil. I've left them on the counter halfway done all day. To get a good application of seeds: first, don't skip the toasting step, it does add a lot of flavor. (You can toast a lot all at once, then keep them in your pantry for next time.) Shake the seeds in a flat shallow bowl so they are all together, then roll the ball in the seeds. It'll be a little wonky/lumpy/square shaped. Then roll them in your hands again. This really helps the seeds to stick and the ball will regain its nice round shape.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 15, 2015
Jalapeno Snacks
These were fabulous--made them for a party and they were a big hit. Comments: 1) I used turkey bacon and it works better than pig bacon, IMO, because it has more "stretch" for the wrapping part and isn't as greasy. 2) I used shredded mexican cheese because I had that on hand and the flavor was wonderful. 3) I recommend getting big, firm jalapeno peppers--the bigger they are, the easier they are to de-seed. I used a melon baller to clean mine out and it worked great. Super recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 21, 2012
Easy Morning Glory Muffins
A note about "shredding" apples...I had never done that before and didn't know what to expect, so I just used my cheese shredder (which I already had out for the carrots). Well, my granny smith cooking apple didn't exactly turn into nice stringy pieces, it ended up looking more like applesauce. Actually, it went brown immediately too, so to be honest it looked like throw-up. Yum! :) So I had another apple on hand which I peeled and cubed. (I liked cubed apples in my baking anyway.) They came out really good. Also, I substituted applesauce (including the goop I had made, lol) for oil since it's a shame to have all these healthy ingredients and then blow it with the oil. Other than that though, the recipe does not need any tinkering. AND it's AMAZING served with a little bit of low-fat cream cheese. I'm not kidding guys, you'll really want the cream cheese.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2009
 
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