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Happy #MeatlessMonday!  Today we’re talking about Cooking with Your Kids and making

Apple, Banana, and Peanut Butter Sandwiches

Yes, this recipe is very simple, but it’s important to know that there are fun, meatless alternatives we can give our kids that aren’t fried or full of sugar.  Sure, some peanut butters are little more than hydrogenated oil and sugar, but this recipe can be healthy if you use the no sugar added peanut butter.

Besides, if you add enough apples, bananas, and perhaps a touch of honey (or agave), they’ll never know the difference!

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Best Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich EverWelcome back!  It’s Day 4 of Dancing Deer’s CEO Trish Karter’s 1,500 mile bicycle trek from Atlanta to Boston, which she is doing it to raise awareness for family homelessness.  Hopefully you’re following her progress on Dancing Deer’s website.  As a point of personal pride, I would like to say that I did, in fact, post on the 22nd.  WordPress has it recorded on the 21st.  Just sayin’.  🙂

Anyway, for today’s entry, we’re going to make:

The Best PB&J Ever

Why are they the best ever?  Because we’re making them with Dancing Deer brownies.

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Marshmallow Fluff = AwesomeWell, for tonight’s unResolution month post, I was going to post my Daring Baker’s challenge for the month.  However, my Daring Bakers attempt for the evening was EPIC FAIL.  EPIC FAIL.  Thank goodness I have a few more days.

So instead, I am going to do something real quick and easy, and sort of not dessert-y.  But at the same time, set this dessert down in front of the right crowd and they will love you for it.

Tonight we’re doing…

Fluffernutters

What the heck is a fluffernutter anyway?  Well, it’s a sandwich that part marshmellow fluff, part peanut butter, and 100% more sugar than anyone needs in their lifetime, but they are sooo good.  So good in fact, that you really don’t need to kick them up with anything.  However, this is unResolution month, so we gotta do something.  How about chocolate?

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