|Bodyfoods for Busy People|
|by Jane Clarke|
This title aims to show how even those with the most hectic lifestyle can eat foods that will nurture and energise them.
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Sift flour and baking soda together. Combine ingredients. Bake slowly in 300 degree oven.
In a very ... ingredients just as you would for biscuits. Store mix in a tightly covered container. For pancakes: Place ingredients ... bowl and mix well.
Put chocolate chips, ... Bake quickly over moderate heat, turning once. Serve with whipped cream sprinkled with chocolate curls or other optional garnishes.
Preheat oven to ... Blend in sour cream or Parmesan cheese. ... Note: For low-fat, low sugar bread, substitute ingredients with light and sugar-free brands.
Peel and grate ... beaten eggs, sugar, sweet cream and baking powder. ... well. Then drop the batter by spoonfuls on a hot greased frying pan, fry slowly.
Heat oven to 400 degrees. In 9 inch pie pan melt 1/4 cup butter in oven, 2-4 minutes. In large bowl combine flour, milk, eggs, and salt using wire ...
Scoop the sweet potatoes out of ... so that the pancakes hold together. Shape ... Drain them on paper towels and serve at once with sour cream. Serves 6.
Combine and whip in mixer until smooth. Bake on a hot griddle. Spread with sugar, roll and serve.
Grate sweet potatoes and mix well with other ingredients. Cool by spoonfuls in 1/4 inch hot fat. Turn only once. Serve with applesauce.
Grate or shred ... pancake. Cook until browned on one side and turn and brown on other side. Keep warm until serving. Serve with warm apple sauce or sour cream.
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