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These cookies are very easy to make and are much healthier than most store-bought varieties. Take a whole batch to work and brighten everyone’s day!
This hearty snack can be enjoyed on it’s own or crumble it up and use it in a yogurt parfait.
Here's a great recipe made from naturally sweet Ontario Eating Apples such as Empire, McIntosh, Golden Delicious Idared or others.
These bars are a great alternative to the store-bought protein bar varieties and offer natural rather than processed ingredients. They are portable and fit well with an active lifestyle.
Tuck one or two into packed lunches for a treat kids will love.
Picky Eaters: Commonly Asked Questions
Video: Make Glazed Trout and Seafood Chowder
Sample Meal Plan for Feeding Your Preschooler (Ages 3 to 5)