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Old 01-30-2021, 08:51 AM   #15
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Default Re: I need snack ideas for me.

That sounds delicious...I'd love the recipe if it's shareable. Cakes take less time to make (pouring and such) than muffins, so that's actually a plus.

When I do 8"x8" stuff, we have three of those pans, so I usually triple recipes in my largest bowl, and then cut things into squares to freeze. Squares of cake, slices of quick breads, and muffins freeze really well, and then taste so good reheated in the microwave or toaster. Or cold if you throw a bag in the fridge to defrost. Some recipes fit in the larger pans (11"x7" maybe?) when doubled, though sometimes that messes with the depth too much. Anyhow, that's my strategy for stuff I want on hand but scarf down quickly...biggest batch possible and freeze in gallon baggies.

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I think Aldi might be where I bought some yogurt that was specifically marketed as less sweetened, but I'm not sure. I've tried two brands...one that was too unsweetened, and one that was stevia-sweetened. I honestly can't stand any of those low-calorie sweeteners even it they're natural. I usually end up buying a tub of plain and a tub of vanilla from the Aldi's brand Greek yogurt...vanilla I'll eat by itself or with granola or something, and plain I'll use as sour cream or throw something sweet like berries on it, or occasionally mix them.
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