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#31 of 36 Old 04-02-2010, 09:09 PM
 
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Breakfast
Half an almond/coconut/buckwheat flour banana muffin
Do you have the recipe for these?
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Do you have the recipe for these?
Ehm....kind of.... They were based on this recipe but I didn't have enough ground almonds so I probably did almost 1 cup almond, topped up with coconut flour (I would have put more of this in but only had 2 eggs) and then 2 cups buckwheat, but you could obviously do whatever combination you felt like or just do almond or whatever. I did melted butter instead of grapeseed oil, three ripe mashed bananas instead of the agave (so no sweetener other than banana) and left out the orange zest. Hope that makes sense.

They were a big hit here...even with my DH who has quite a sweet tooth!
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Thanks! That makes sense- I've used her recipes before and always replace the oil/sweetner to be more TF friendly! I'm going to try this!

This is another good recipre that is low in sugar

http://glutenfreenaturally.blogspot....nana-cake.html

I made them into muffins and added chocolate chips! They are amazing.

My only beef is that almonds are sooo expensive!
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We are in Japan. DS (4) had:

Breakfast: Pork & vegetable curry with rice
Lunch: Soba noodles in broth; ice cream (at a restaurant)
Snack: Half an apple
Dinner: Miso soup with pork, daikon, carrots, cabbage and burdock root; rice with peas; grilled fish; baked sweet potato

DS eats almost-adult-sized portions; DD (2) eats tiny portions and nurses a lot.

Globetrotting mama to DS (9) and DD (6)
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DD (5) is going through a growth spurt, I think.

2 slices of vegan cinnamon toast
1 orange
1 container soy yogurt
10 strawberries
apple sprinkled with cinnamon

peanut butter and ielly sandwich
carrot sticks and hummus
another orange

raisins and sunflower seeds

black bean soup with corn and fresh tortillas
2 homemade whole grain oatmeal raisin cookies
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Well, my kids are 7.5, 5, and 18 mos.

We've all eaten all or some of the following so far today...

-bananas
-yogurt with bananas/apples
-orange juice
-pita with salmon or salmon/rice
-salad
-whole wheat pasta and marinara
-homemade butter cookies

18 mos. old has the addition of lots of mama's breastmilk
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