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Placing a banana slice on top of the muffin before it bakes helps to create a “flying saucer top” to these muffins.
These make-ahead bites are perfect for kids’ lunches or after school at home. Adults will enjoy these with their coffee.
This fun fruit filled snack plays on the “sundae” theme with a healthy twist. Cut the fruit and prepare the ingredients and then let kids play with this healthy sundae bar.
You can change the flavours by changing the yogurt and juice you use each time you make it.
A warm dessert is as comforting as candlelight and a warm hearth (and heart) in chilly mid-February weather. When available, try Ontario Bosc pears in place of apples. Choose small, ripe but firm pears.
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