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Beet Yogurt

We tried it once, and we are going to try it again. We love beets, but are not sure about this. Have you tried this type of yogurt? We’ll post our review after we try it again. -Have a good night the Kitchen-Twins

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Whole Food Princeton Cooking Demo and Class!

We are SO excited that today we are doing a Kitchen Twins Cooking Demo at our local Whole Foods! We will be making a Quinoa Black Bean Tacos with a Red Pepper Cashew Sauce. And for dessert, our caramelized bananas.  This class is for kids 6 and up and we are excited to share our… Read more »

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Vegan Coconut Cacao Fig Truffles

One day my friend and I were talking about how we cook every day. We went on and on about who could make better truffles. Here is the recipe I made for the mini competition. After you try these truffles, let me know who you think won the competition ( :  You don’t cook these,… Read more »

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Homemade Coconut Almond Quinoa Crunch Bars

Makes about 14 bars Ingredients:  2 cups rolled oats 2 cups Coconut Almond Quinoa Crunch (by The Perfect SNAQUE). This is about 1 bag. 1/2 cup ground flax germ 3 TBS coconut oil 2/3 cup maple syrup 2 Tablespoons dark brown sugar 1 1/4 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt Instructions: Preheat your oven to 350… Read more »

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What is CARRAGEENAN, and why it is bad for you…

One day we were out shopping when my mom taught us about Carrageenan – she had just learned about this ingredient being a carcinogen. What is it? It is an ingredient added to foods and and it comes from red algae. Why is it added to foods and beverages? It is added to thicken  or change… Read more »

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Recipe for Adventure

A new ‘cookbook’. These books I got from my school book fair, and they happen to have 2 recipes in them. I highly recommend them for kids who enjoy reading adventures. Lyla

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Gluten Free Carrot Muffins

These muffins are amazing.  They are very moist and light. You can make this with eggs or chia seeds. We use chia a lot in baking and sometimes that’s just because we like the chia texture or because we ran out of eggs. We hope you like this recipe too! This recipe post was first published we think… Read more »

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Keeping Healthy

Keeping healthy is an easy way of life. The way we keep healthy and active is eating the right food and playing lacrosse. Going on a diet can be hard, so do not pressure yourself and choose the right foods. Once and a while a little piece of candy or some chips are fine. To… Read more »

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Granny’s Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce

Granny’s Pancakes Here is a recipe passed down from my great grandma to my mom. We updated it a touch and they are as delicious as when my mom enjoyed them when she was young (and a touch healthier)! You will Need: 1 cup almond milk 1 egg 1 tablespoon coconut sugar  1 tablespoon oil… Read more »