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    50 Ways to Take the Junk out of Junk Food: Quick and Nutritious Treats to Make with Your Kids

    by:
    Whittingham, Julie




    Publisher:
    Globe Pequot Pr
    Published: October 2003
    ISBN: 0762728698
    Format:Paperback
    Pages:64


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    Book Description
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    Too many of the snacks that American kids indulge in are loaded with hydrogenated fats, refined sugar, and white flour. Doctors are finding that when dietary changes are made, kids' behavior and health improve. 50 Ways to Take the Junk out of Junk Food will help you and your family eat healthier with ideas and recipes for fifty wise alternatives to the foods kids love most. Now you can make Peanut Butter Oat Balls for a nutritious candy, Eggy Jam Sandwiches to give your picky child some protein before school, Fruit Kabobs with Orangey Sauce instead of sugar-rich foods at a sleepover, and Cashew Butter Tamales that are simply packed full of everything good. From Peach Enchiladas and Macaroon Muffins to Banana Sandwich Squares, Raspberry Creamy Pops, and Honey-Kissed Hot Chocolate, these creative and kid-approved recipes by nutritionist and mom Julie Whittingham are delicious, simple, and easy to prepare. Many of these low-fat, natural treats can be made in less than 15 minutes and all are simple enough to be made by a child alone.

    Book Description
    A collection of 50 recipes for snacks and treats that are nutritious and simple enough to be prepared in 15 minutes or less. This book offers tasty (even to kids!) alternatives to the sugar- and fat-rich snacks that nutritionists tell us form far too large a part of the diets of many American children. It provides creative ideas to reverse the unhealthy diet habits of kids who may suffer from obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, mood swings, and tooth decay. These recipes are fun, simple, and fast, and can be the start of a new tradition in family healthy eating.


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