Archive for the 'Breakfast' Category

Sep 17 2014

Eight No Time To Cook Breakfast Ideas

  Breakfast helps with weight control and children perform better in school  when they start the day with good food. I recommend families avoid foods with a high concentration of sugar, such as  donuts, pop tarts etc. Sugar belongs in dessert not morning food (the natural sugar found   in whole fruit and milk is OK,because  [...]

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Jun 02 2014

Secret Sauce Can Reduce Heart Disease

Last year the delicious tasting Mediterranean diet beat out a low-fat diet for treating cardiovascular disease and a sauce known as Sofrito was part of the dietary prescription that led to healthier hearts.   Participants on the Mediterranean diets were asked to eat Sofrito at least twice per week.   The sauce is made by slowly [...]

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May 05 2014

Why I like Bob’s Red Mill Whey Protein Powder

Whey protein powder is an easy way to boost protein in the morning: Read Redesigning Breakfast. A July 2010 article Alert: Protein drinks You don’t need the extra protein or the heavy metals our tests found in Consumer Reports revealed “Some protein drinks can even pose health risks, including exposure to potentially harmful heavy metals, [...]

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Dec 09 2013

Apple Oat Boats by Emily

 Served with a dollop of fresh whipped cream these make an elegant desert. Once cooked  each boat can be sliced into thirds and they make a delicious finger food for kids or a nice addition to an office party buffet. These could even be a hit at breakfast, just  cut the brown sugar in half [...]

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Apr 04 2012

How to Hard Boil an Egg Perfectly

Nothing is much easier than hard boiling an egg. Cook eggs slowly so the boiling water does not bounce them around and break the shell. A  properly cooked egg is solid but not rubbery, and it should be easy to peel. Over cook an egg and you get a dark green ring around the yolk. The green [...]

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