- Whole Wheat Zucchini Pineapple Bread (a Prudence Pennywise recipe)
- "R" family dip with veggies from the garden and potato chips (another PP find)
- Fruit Smoothies
Since two of the recipes are from Prudy's website, I'll send you over there to take a look at them. We love anything Prudy makes, so feel free to take note of other recipes there that you'd like to try.
As for the fruit smoothies, here's the recipe I typed up for the boys (most of you don't need a recipe to make a smoothie, but just in case:).
These are fabulous as a snack or with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. If you use the right fruit, there’s no need for sugar. Nature has sweetened it for you. For a sugarless smoothie that you’d never guess were good for you, choose grape juice or bananas as part of your personal concoction. This recipe can be adapted with any fruits you like. Just make sure that at least one of the fruits is frozen.
- 1 cup juice, milk, or soy milk
- 1 cup frozen berries
- 1 frozen banana
- other fruit as desired
- 1 handful spinach (optional, but you won't taste the spinach, so it's a great way to sneak it in there if you don't enjoy it raw--or your kids don't.)
- 1 tablespoon toasted wheat germ or milled flax seed
Step 1: Get out your blender
Step 2: Put in liquid, fruits, and spinach if desired. Put the lid on the blender.
Step 3: Turn the blender on high and allow to mix well.
Step 4: Adjust the liquid as needed. If the smoothie is too thick, add a little more. If it is too thin, add more fruit or ice.
Step 5: Add the wheat germ or flax seed. Blend some more.
Step 6: Taste to make sure it’s okay. Add more of something if you need to.
Step 7: Pour into glasses. Enjoy!