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Recipes

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What makes summer pop? Making your own soda

The first and most essential rule of making your own soda pop at home is this: You must not try to re-create something you normally buy at the store. In other words, don’t try to make your own Coca- Cola or 7-Up. It can’t be done. Let it go. What you can make is something […]

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Delicious salad recipes for summer

Ah, the salad days of summer. Toss together one of these big, fat, fresh salads today — you won’t want anything else for supper at all. Southwestern Salad With Shrimp Recipe from Everyday Food magazine. (Copyright 2011, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.) Serves 4. Ingredients 1 tablespoon plus 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided 1 […]

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Healthy Snacks Your Kids Will Love

  • 03 Jul, 2011
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We all want our children to learn healthy eating habits. But in a world overrun with fast food restaurants and vending machine snacks, providing healthy alternatives for kids has become difficult. Here is a list of hearty yet nutritious snacks for your family to enjoy. Confetti Yogurt Pops This delicious and easy-to-make treat is perfect […]

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How To: Make healthy desserts for kids

Dessert doesn’t have to equal junk food on children’s plates. “If you stick with simple, all-natural ingredients, desserts can be a sweet, satisfying and healthy addition to your family’s daily diet,” says Laurel Moll, a New York-based holistic health coach and author of the blog laurelonhealthfood.com. “Just remember that when it comes to sweets, small […]

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Mile High Mamas share surefire recipes in the Denver Post!

A special thank you to all who submitted your recipes in our spring recipe swap! Tucker Shaw, the Denver Post Food Editor, included a few of his favorites in today’s Food section. Here’s an early Mother’s Day gift: three clever, crowd-pleasing recipes from local moms. Amber Johnson, editor of milehighmamas.com, asked her members to share […]

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