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  1. Homemade Eggnog

    Homemade Eggnog, amazingly delicious, guests will know it came from your kitchen, not the store. Recipe is non-alcoholic family friendly. This cooked version has a silky smooth texture and avoids potential danger from eating raw eggs.

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  2. Green Smoothie

    This smoothie is great for athletes, kids, people on the go and anyone wanting a yummy, nutritious snack or simple meal. A full batch provides about 600 calories, 20 grams of protein and 13 grams of fiber, and it's packed with things we need more of - protein, omegas, and greens.

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  3. Bread Pudding

    Celebrating pioneer heritage - then and now! Although the recipe is centuries old it is still a trendy tasty dessert today. In days gone by it was a way to use old bread and waste not. Today it transforms from the trendy dessert to breakfast casserole to a flaky tart.

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  4. Orange Dream Parfait

    Yogurt is packed with protein, calcium (often Vitamin D) and it tastes delicious. Containing less lactose than milk, it's a great option for those who suffer from lactose intolerance. Adding fruit delivers antioxidants, vitamin C and natural sweetness, and topping with a whole grain cereal or granola packs fiber, additional and B-vitamins. A yogurt parfait delivers ALL of the nutrients of concern (calcium, potassium, vitamin D & dietary fiber), which makes them a great addition to lunchrooms across the country.

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