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We love whole grains! We have found that we prefer their flavor. They are also far healthier than the refined foods which characterize the typical modern diet.

Switching to whole grains helps maintain a low glycemic diet. That means you will have more sustainable energy levels throughout the day, and probably fewer problems with weight control.

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...  1/2 cup natural brown sugar 1/2 cup organic sugar 1/2 cup organic peanut butter 1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats 1 cup + 2 Tbs white whole wheat flour 1 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp kosher salt ...
I halved the sugars and it still was quite sweet. I will quarter them next time. I also used whole wheat, chunky organic peanut butter and two eggs (won't mind extra protein). We loved millet which added ...
These cookies are delicious! I only had all purpose flour and I used 2 whole eggs. I also used organic chunky peanut butter which worked great and gave these cookies even more texture and flavor! Next ...
... to dry out the cake but it turned out sooo moist! Best chocolate cake I've ever had! p.s. I used 2.5 ounces of organic baking chocolate ( green and black brand). Thanks whole grain gourmet! ;-) ...
... sugar, which to me describes a product that has not been bleached. There are many such sugars available on the market. The one we buy is also organic, as is the butter and sour cream. I suppose my point ...
I would like to replace the unsweetened chocolate with organic caco powder, would I have to make any other adjustment? ...
This recipe was delicious. I used king arthur 100% organic wheat flour and did not use the chocolate chips. Made them in a muffin pan. Delicious!! Great recipe! ...
Yummy! Thank you for sharing. I made it with regular whole wheat flour (KA - organic) because I don't keep white wheat on hand. It was still wonderful. Thank you! ...
... we finished! Yup! Just another perfect recipe from your wonderful site! I did make a few minor changes, I added a very liberal shake of cinnamon and about a teaspoon of organic almond extract. We did not ...
30. Sweet Potato Waffles
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You can also buy organic mashed sweet potatoes in a can. Not sure if as tasty as fresh sweet potatoes but more convenient! :-) Thanks for the recipe... sounds wonderful. I will be making it this weeke ...
31. Sweet Potato Waffles
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... second time I made it I substituted a 4 oz. jar of baby food sweet potatoes. (You can get this organic). The waffles were even fluffier! ...
These are the best. And I mean the GREATEST. When I made them and tried one, I wasn't too fond of it (just because of the organic peanut butter) but my second one, oh boy, I ate two more after that! My ...
Hi Greg! The only thing I can think of is that the consistency of organic peanut butter can vary due to the natural separation of oil which occurs. I make sure I stir my peanut butter thoroughly before ...
I made these with my 4-year-old grandson, following the recipe precisely. We used freshly ground hard white wheat flour and all organic ingredients. The end result? Fabulous! The shape was perfect and ...
These were really GREAT!! I replaced the oil with coconut oil and i didn't have enough honey so i added thereat as organic brown sugar. This is the first time i have made these and they were awesome. The ...
Ok these are awesome!! I substituted coconut oil for my oil and had no molasses so I used organic raw brown sugar . For my add ins, the fist time I used dried cranberries. This second time I used half ...
I made these, with some tweaks, and they are delicious. I used Organic Almond Flour instead of the wheat flour, real steel cut Oats, and replaced the oil with a 6oz Kroger brand "CARBmaster" vanilla yogurt ...
These are fantastic.... I added a little bit of organic creamy peanut butter ...
... coconut oil and half organic veg shortening, non-hydrogenated. I had planned on using applesauce, but was out and too tired to make more. I added a couple TBLSP of ground golden flax seed also. Of course ...
A few alterations: Used organic 12-Grain flour instead of whole grain, added a quarter-cup extra maple syrup (will use agave next time), sub'd Canola for the oil suggested, used much more cinn' and nutmeg ...
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