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Category: Breakfasts

Maple Nut Granola

Most granola at the market tastes like oatmeal cookies!
This delicious recipe, without refined fat, will be a real hit if you carefully follow the directions. With experience, it will be oven-ready in 15 minutes.

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French Crepes

Ingredients:

1½ cups water

¼ cup raw cashew nuts (may use 1½ cups soy milk instead of water and cashew nuts)

½ cup quick oats

½ cup whole wheat or brown rice flour

1 tablespoon apple juice concentrate or ½ tablespoon honey

½ teaspoon salt

½ cup tofu (optional) (makes the crepes richer and more tender)

Directions:

Blend ingredients together about 1 minute,

Lift preheated oiled skillet from burner and pour ¼ cup portion, tipping in a circular motion so crepe flows large and thin. Use medium-high temperature until dry on top (about 1 minute), then loosen gently with spatula and turn, cooking the other side for about 30 seconds. Stack finished crepes on a flat plate and cover with a cloth to keep warm.

You can make these ahead and refrigerate, wrapping a plate of stacked crepes in a plastic bag.

Warm in microwave before serving.

Serving Tip: Place a thin layer of sugarless jam on crepe and then spread across the middle a spoonful of Whipped Topping.

~Makes 12 crepes

Mocha Carob Drink

Want a morning hot drink without caffeine? This one will make you think you’re sipping a latte!

1 cup soy milk
½ teaspoon carob powder
½ teaspoon Roma or coffee substitute of choice

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Muesli for one

Here’s a delicious one-person recipe for that favorite Scandinavian Breakfast. Multiply according to the number served, but keep in mind that this makes a very generous serving – about 2 cups.

Ingredients:

½ cup old-fashioned oats

¼ cup diced dried fruit (apricots, dates, and dried cranberries are good together)

1 cup soy milk (or piña colada juice) with a few slices of banana blended in

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Creamy Rice Cereal

This recipe became a favorite of ours when we worked in the Caribbean. Another way the islanders make their “porridge” is by preparing a thin cornmeal mush containing coconut milk.

1 cup coconut milk or soy milk

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