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Week 3- Hopeful recipes

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Breakfast burrito bake-

First off, let me say....Prep time: 35 minutes MY BUTT!! Maybe if you have 2 sous chefs working for you! It took me almost an hour and a half of prep time! was worth the work. I just wouldn't have attempted it on my only night off from work!

Now for the adjustments I did-

I used 15 mini colorful potatoes, 8 oz baby bella mushrooms, 4 stalks of chard, 2 stalks of kale, no red pepper flakes or cilantro.

Tropical Lemon Cranberry Coconut Chia bars-

Now that is a long name!

I used 3/4 cup apple sauce and omitted the coconut oil. Also, I have not had any luck with finding unsweetened dried cranberries so I used unsweetened dried cherries. Next time I will use only 3/4 cup of the shredded coconut.

This has the potential to be my favorite bar! It is very tasty.

Have a great week everyone :)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BISCO_ 6/13/2012 12:39PM

    Thanks, Hil! Where do you get your Chia seeds? Also, do you use coconut oil? seems I saw someone mention using it as a body lotion....?? sound familiar?


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ABB698 6/13/2012 2:23AM

    A new Hil Bar? Yum!!!

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LIV2RIDE 6/12/2012 9:55AM

    That breakfast burrito sounds great but the length of the ingredient list scares me. I'm glad you did it though.

LOVE the bar recipe. I may have to make that one! I have a very hard time finding unsweetened dried fruit period. I guess I could reduce the sweetener and use what I can find??

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KALIGIRL 6/12/2012 7:35AM

    emoticon recipes! Thank you!

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ANATASHIKI 6/12/2012 6:20AM

    the first one sounds like the whole day cooking to me emoticon ( but it looks good). and the bars look deadly yummy emoticon

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