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Chocolate Cupcakes with Bacon Cream Cheese Frosting
Gourmet Boutique Breaded Chicken Cutlet. It was a savings I find it easier to combine cornstarch in hot liquid. You'll have more buy-in if the kids help decide what healthy foods will appear on their plates. Thanks for the wonderful recipe. I always make sure to each my protein limit and definitely stay under my carb limits but I use these fat bombs to help curb hunger on days I need them. I used fresh garlic and minced.

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It gave the cupcakes, while very chocolately, a slightly grainy texture and noticeably wheat-y taste. Whole wheat cupcakes, in my estimation, shall remain unwelcome to the cupcake lexicon. If you do this, simply by leaving them out for half an hour, then churning out a beautiful frosting is easier than pie. The last, and least important, personal flair I gave these cupcakes was a drop of honey to the frosting instead of vanilla extract. Preheat oven to degrees.

In a mixing bowl, beat together the butter and sugar for the cupcakes only. Add egg and beat until fully blended and creamy. Combine the flour, baking soda, cocoa powder and salt in a separate bowl.

Gradually add flour mixture to butter mixture, alternately adding the milk gradually. Divide equally among six cupcake liners in a muffin tray.

Bake about minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of a cupcake comes out clean. Beat the butter and cream cheese for the frosting. Crumble one of the bacon strips and beat it into the frosting. Once cupcakes are cool, spread the frosting on top of each one. Crumble the remaining bacon strip, and sprinkle on the tops.

The only thing one could vouch for here health-wise is a bit of antioxidants found in dark chocolate. Have you tried whole-wheat pastry flour? The bacon is a perfect balance for the sweet icing, and adds a bit of nice texture, too. Or am I just missing it? I just took out some stray words — sorry about that, and thanks! Now that is a great suggestion! Bacon is rumored to be the downfall of many self-imposed herbivorous diets. So is my salivating over this idea kinda like thinking dirty thoughts in church?

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Specific Sargento Cheese Products. Limited Edition Peppermint Pretzels. Hostess Holiday White Peppermint Twinkies. Product has the potential for Salmonella contamination. Honest Organic Baby Powder. Delizza Frozen Mini Eclairs. Serve carrot and celery sticks, grape tomatoes, a handful of grapes, low-fat yogurt or unsalted almonds on the side or as snacks. Skip soda and juice drinks -- serve water instead. For dinner, transform kid-friendly favorites to fit your healthy plan.

Make pizza with a whole-wheat crust and top with veggies and low-fat cheese. Add steamed broccoli to whole-wheat spaghetti; Grill, instead of fry, chicken and serve with a baked potato topped with mild salsa. Wrap lean seared flank steak in a whole-wheat tortilla, and offer avocado dip and baked chips on the side. For burgers, use lean ground turkey or beef and serve in a whole-wheat bun, alongside cut-up veggies instead of fries.

Sit down as a family to plan the week's meals. You'll have more buy-in if the kids help decide what healthy foods will appear on their plates. Have the kids write a shopping list that you stick to once you get to the store. Don't be tempted to stray from your list to buy the chips or sugary drinks that are on sale. Involve your kids in the preparation of meals, too.