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Chocolate Breakfast Pudding

Yes, pudding for breakfast! When it’s made with avocado and banana, that is…

I will be honest that I could not sell this one to the girl, who likes neither of the aforementioned fruits, nor does she like chocolate! The boy, on the other hand, seemed to enj

oy watching all the crazy ingredients that went into something that ultimately tasted like a treat.

Today’s recipe is a riff on one of the smoothies I often make for myself and the boy. I’ve…

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Added by Susan Napolitano on December 6, 2011 at 1:48pm — No Comments

Fluffy Pancakes (gluten & dairy-free!)



I’ve already mentioned that my food obsession extends from the kitchen to television and magazines. Thanks to the DVR I never miss an episode of Top Chef or The Next Iron Chef, and I love getting my Food Network, Clean Eating and Cooking Light magazines in the mail. I also often print off recipes from other blogs or the Food Network website, all of which I compile in my beloved…

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Added by Susan Napolitano on November 28, 2011 at 9:47pm — No Comments

Building a Better Brownie

One way I’ve learned to get my kids excited about their adult relative’s birthdays is to get them excited about creating a healthy treat in honor of the event. The boy and girl have come to associate their father with peanut butter, their grandfather with chocolate chip cookies and their “Nana” with brownies. My parents came to visit from NJ today to celebrate my mother’s birthday, so of course the occasion called for some brownies.

If you’re looking for a good, straight-forward…

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Added by Susan Napolitano on November 16, 2011 at 10:18pm — No Comments

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