Monday, April 14, 2008


Recipes - No Purees Needed

Apple Crisp
Apple Muffins
Apple Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Better Breading
Breakfast Cookies
Breakfast Ice Cream/Popsicles
Cheesy Animal Crackers
Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Chocolate Banana Waffles
Corn Chips
Double Strawberry Smoothie Pie
Easy Chicken-n-dumplings
Feel Good Fruit Topping
French Fries
Fruit Roll-ups
Glazed Walnut Snack Mix
Grab-n-Go Crispy Granola Bars
Granola Bars
Gummy Worms
Oatmeal Blueberry Muffins
Oatmeal Pancake Mix
Passion Pasta
Ranch Dip
Skillet Wagon Wheel Pasta
Sweet Potato French Fries
Quick Fixes for Oatmeal
Yellow Cake/Cupcakes
Watermelon Popscicles
Whole Wheat Bread
Whole Wheat English Muffins
Whole Wheat Pita Pockets

Recipes - Yellow Squash Puree
"Buttered" Noodles

Recipes - Orange Puree
Applesauce Muffins
Bolognese Sauce
Cheese Dip
Marinara Sauce
Orange Pancakes
Peanut Butter and Banana Muffins
Peanut Butter Waffles
Sneaky Smores

Tasty Chicken Tenders

Recipes - White Bean Puree
Bacon, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sticks
Egg/Tofu Salad
Now You're Talkin' Turkey Burgers

White Puree
Broccoli and Chicken Casserole
Fish Sticks
Marinara Sauce
Sneaky Sloppy Joes

Recipes - Green Puree
Bolognese Sauce

Recipes - Purple Puree
Blueberry Oatmeal Bars
Chocolate Champion Cereal Cookies
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Panakes

Red Smoothie
Flu Fighter Smoothie
Ashley's Smoothie
Peach Passions Smoothie
Tropical Treat
Nectarine and Strawberry Smoothie

Strawberry Puree
Strawberry Oatmeal Cookies

1 comment:

  1. Hi Brandi -
    Nice getting to know you via the blogs. I believe I sent you the post my puree recipe, but here's another post that refers back to it, along with a couple other recipes as well as ideas to eat more fruit.

    My favorite use is to just pull out ice cubes of puree and add them to whatever is on the stove: spaghetti sauce, soup, sloppy joes, taco & burrito meat, gravy, casseroles, the list goes on and on. The biggest caution: Add just enough cubes to ensure that you're getting veggies, but don't change the taste to become too veggie-ish. I actually made a beef gravy once that was just a little too green. I clued in my husband and we kept the dining room lights on "dim" that evening! ;)

    Feel free to add whatever recipes you want to your page; and also go ahead and delete this lengthy message if you want to. I just couldn't find an e-mail address for you, so I went this route.

    Oh, as for your question about which Sneaky Chef and Deceptively Delicious recipes I have tried: I did the brownies with purple puree, which were really good but definitely not health food with all the sugar that was in them; and I like the pancakes with orange puree. The cauliflower-based puree is what got me started on just combining all of my veggies for a standard puree to put into any main dish. I currently have greenish and orangeish in my freezer, and I just pick one that goes with what I'm cooking.