Archive for the ‘Breakfasts’ Category

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Pumpkin Spice Muffins

I made these muffins for dinner tonight – they were kid-friendly and good. I got the recipe from the PCRM web site.

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Vegan French Toast

Source: Vegetarian Times Magazine 12/95
Yield: 8 slices

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Granola

Here is a recipe I love for a no-added-fat granola. It is adapted from a recipe in John Robbins’ Diet for a New World. It does have nuts and sunflower seeds, which you could reduce, eliminate, or change, if you wish.

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Spring Sunshine Breakfast Couscous

NOTES: This recipe is extremely low fat – couscous itself contains almost no fat and no saturated fat so the only fat comes from the soymilk. To make this recipe completely fat free, soymilk can be replaced with apple juice, however, this reduces the other nutrients etc like calcium.

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Chuck’s Fat-Free Granola

Watch those edges toward the end, as they’ll brown or burn. But, the result is a nice crunchy texture.

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Yummy Cereal

NOTE: Most rice flakes are made with sugar, which is undesired if it is refined. I found some at my health food shop which are made with apple juice concentrate and they are much thicker and less crunchy but still nice.

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Pumpkin Pancakes

Heat griddle or skillet over medium heat; spray lightly with cooking spray. Pour 1/4 cup batter onto hot griddle; cook until bubbles begin to burst. Turn and continue cooking 1 to 2 minutes. Repeat with remaining batter.

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Banana-Date-Walnut Muffins

Makes 12 muffins

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