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Okay some people love tomatoes raw and others only eat them “in pizza.” Well, these two quick and easy recipes allow for a quick appetizer or “salad” for each of those individuals!
There are many versions of vegetable fries and chips that are being posted and shared on facebook. I was looking for a high protein gluten free low fat version so I adapted a couple of those recipes to make this one. It is baked, not fried and has no bread crumbs.
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Lots of fresh uncooked vegetables and only two processed things make a great dip! Children have no idea how many vegetables they are eating when you give them this Southern Caviar dip. It tastes so good they don’t think about the vegetables!
If you have heard of this light lunch, you may think of it as a gourmet or high tea snack! It is a delicious easy way to serve raw cucumbers to children. When I made this my teenage girl turned her nose up at the idea – then when asked to “review” the sandwich she ate half….and then sneaked back in the kitchen for the other half!!!
My daughter loves pancakes but some mornings I don’t have time to sit and flip pancakes. This recipe helps me mix it up and let it back while we get ready in the morning. Being able to have my daughter do some of the tasks while I do others make it twice as fast. It tastes extra delicious with the use of fresh in season peaches but off season canned peaches work well.