Here is a recipe for healthy muffins that children and adults alike will enjoy receiving in their lunch bags. I like them for an evening snack with herbal tea.
I have reworked an earlier recipe in order to make a healthier, crunchier snack. I like to serve this on table game nights, but this is also a great snack for sports events or to pack in a lunch box. Enjoy!
These pocket sandwiches are nice for lunch, whether served hot or at room temperature. They are rich in vitamins and protein, and taste wonderful!
This lovely Japanese omelet is based on a recipe given me by a dear friend. The omelet is spiral shape and has a slight sweetness, making it perfect for a light dessert, bento treat, or breakfast dish.
Many bran muffin recipes call for bran cereal, but this one uses a good amount of miller's bran, or wheat bran. It makes a lovely breakfast or lunchbox treat.
This fermented bread requires very little active dry yeast and is economical. Use an oven-proof heavy pot, preferably a cast iron one, and do not grease it. Your bread will be much like French bread in texture.