This is one of my AthleticFoodie segments which airs on the TV show Wisconsin Foodie, Sundays at 10:30am on CBS 58. Please let me know what you think!
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Hey its Nette!Loved your recipe. I bake oatmeal "cookies" for my dad who has heart troubles. Half sugar half splenda smart balance and egg beaters. Whole wheat flour too. Loaded with 3 cups of oatmeal and nuts and raisins. Not the same without the real butter but it's "legal" in my dad's diet so I bake on.
Why is your vanilla clear? I've never seen clear vanilla. In my house, we call that vodka!
good recipe ... add some nutmeg too... yum.when is the breakfast of champions recipe going up?
Glad you liked it!I'm sure they're still good without the real butter.I guess it was a different form of Vanilla...I will definitely try nutmeg the next time. Thanks for the tip Melanie! I'm not sure when breakfast of champions will be up...keep u updated.
Hey thanks for sharing the recipe :)I will definitely watch this AthleticFoodie segment this sunday!Swim Fins
That sounds really good. I am always looking for a healthy alternate to sweets especially around the holidays. Over at our blog, austinfitness.wordpress.com, we also have a recipe to make your own energy bars, you should check them out! Thanks for the post!
Thanks for the post! I love finding new recipies that are a healthy way to still have sweets without as many calories--especially around the holidays. Over at our blog, austinfitness.worpdress.com, you can find a great recipie to make your own energy bars, check it out!
hey garret. I know you're probably busy and you probably can't post anything before tomorrow (Thanksgiving) but do you have any tips as to how we can prepare healthier meals and eat healthier this Thanksgiving and Christmas season? Thanks so much!
Maybe I'm missing it...is there a specific recipe for this anywhere? Or is it your basic recipe with just added things in...help?
is there a specfic recipe anywhere? or...something like that? thanks!
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