holiday Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Share facebook icon twitter icon email-mini | printer-mini Print Friendly Course Appetizer, Grab & Go Cuisine American Prep time Cook time Servings Ingredients 1 bag of Snyder’s of Hanover Mini Pretzels2/3 cup Vegetable Oil1/3 cup Sugar1 1/2 tsp Cinnamon1/2 cup cinnamon sugar set…
Transform your favorite holiday dessert, peanut butter blossoms, into a sweet Chex Mix recipe. Coat cereal in melted peanut butter chips and sparkling sugar and add milk chocolate candies for an irresistable chocolate-peanut butter combo.
This is another good recipe to make in bulk on the weekend (and involve the kids!) then freeze so you can easily heat-and-go throughout the week. The recipe also works for one single pie crust, or crust-less individual quiches if you’re short on time.
Have a county fair right at home – without the gluten, added calories, or giant crowds. These soft pretzels will immediately transport you back to a simpler time, before you had to worry about your diet. But the CAULIPOWER Cauliflower-Based Baking Mix makes it easy, adding crucial nutrients, vitamins, protein, and fiber to your comfort…
Start the day off right with this quick blend of foods rich in antioxidants, phytochemicals, vitamins, and minerals to give your child’s brain a BOOST for the entire school day! Pour in a plastic cup and grab a nutritious bar, like Nature Valley Roasted Nut Crunch, and off you go to school!
A wonderful recipe for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity who have an intolerance to oats. Quinoa is a great source of protein, essential minerals, and fiber. This recipe is also lower in sugar than many commercially-available granolas.
Easy to prepare on Sunday and have on-hand for rushed mornings, these muffins are full of fiber and B-vitamins, nutrients that are usually lacking from commercial gluten-free products. And so tasty your child won’t even know he’s eating his vegetables!
Recreate those expensive packaged lunches with classic cheese, ham, and crackers and include this special, secretly nutritious dessert. Choose a divided plastic storage container with several sections to get the same look!
What kid doesn’t love cold pizza? Help yours not feel left out at the lunch table on pizza Fridays by providing these delicious minis. Pizza sauce is a brilliant place to sneak in important nutrients if your child is a picky eater… blend cooked vegetables into the pizza sauce and pour back into a jar, then store in the fridge for up to five days.
Overnight oats are quick and simple, and easy to eat on the way to school. This no-cook breakfast is a great source of fiber, which is typically lacking in the gluten-free diet. Allow your children to mix and match different fruits and nuts to personalize their breakfast.
Here’s an awesome party snack recipe that’s completely gluten free. It’s a savory sauce of butter, salts, garlic and even a bit of tang from Worcestershire sauce baked into pretzels, crackers, cashews, peanuts and more. Serve it up at your next party!
Skip troubles with gluten-free breads that crumble and fall apart by lunchtime… make it a wrap! Inside you’ll find lots of nutrition: romaine lettuce is rich in folate, an essential nutrient for growing bodies; avocado delivers unsaturated fats, fiber, and vitamin B6 for energy.
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