Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Energy Log

Want to share a nice recipe for adults /children..I know many children are allergic to peanuts, but for those that still can eat peanut butter, this is great. It is called, Energy Log..
1 Cup powdered milk
1 Cup honey
2 Cups peanut butter
Mix and roll in a log shape, wrap in wax paper, put in freezer..when serving, just cut off a slice..You can add chopped apricots/raisins..
With all the power bars and stuff out there, you can't beat this recipe..Healthy and not expensive..I can't stress this enough. The more you know what goes in your mouth, the better off you are. The recipes I share are usually fast and easy, but you have to control the products..read labels.

Till next time, keep looking up..

12 comments:

Scott Bulger Photography said...

Sometimes I wonder what is going on in the world....back when I was a kid (so very many years ago) I didn't know anybody that was allergic to peanuts. Now, it seems like every other kid is allergic to something, and lots of peanut allergies.

Something is definitely going on.

High Desert Diva said...

One could substitute with cashew or other nut butters.

Diana said...

That sounds absolutely delicious!

Music Luva Mutha said...

Sounds great, love the variety of recipes you always have!!!

Helen said...

That sounds so yummy but I am allergic to peanuts... I wonder what I could substitute. Maybe it would work with a jam. I think I'll give that a try!

Alex Whatton said...

I know - I love trench coats, and to find a sustainable one?! HEAVEN!

Anyhow, that energy log is sounding pretty good right now!

Thanks for checking out my blog!

Alex

Rosihue said...

oh that sounds yummy!

Distressing Delilah said...

Thanks for another awesome sounding recipe!

ThisOldHenHouse said...

YUM! That sounds good! I'm always looking for new yummy foods to make for my kiddos! Thank you!

GrayEyedScorpio said...

I have been snacking on this very recipe (or darn close) since I was in second grade and learned to "cook" it!

Lordandlady said...

I am past the kid age but that sounds good might roll it in chocolate chips

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jascamille said...

This sounds delicious!