My Recipes

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Apple & Cranberry Cider, Mulled
Apricot Old-Fashioned Jam

Baked Beans
Banana-Nog, Chocolate
Banana Oatmeal Cookies
Basic Beans
Basic Brown Rice
Basic Quick Mix
Bean-and-Cheese Panbread
Beet Soup, "Inspired by Borscht"
Beet Soup, Minted Coconut


Biscuits, Quick Mix
Black Currant Old-Fashioned Jam
Blueberry Old-Fashioned Jam
Bread, Whole Wheat 


Caramelized Onion & Garlic Portabellas
Carrot Spice Muffins
Cheesy Garlic Bread
Cheesy Tomato Bread
Cherry Old-Fashioned Jam
Chicken and Wild Rice Soup, Hearty 
Chicken Poppyseed Rotini
Chicken Stock
Chocolate Banana-Nog
Chocolate Gingerbread Cake (with pumpkin!)
Chocolate Gingerbread Muffins (Quick Mix)
Coconut Macaroons
Coconut Beet Soup, Minted
Coconut Vegetable Soup (Optional Chicken)
Cranberry Apple Cider, Mulled


Cottage Cheese

Cranberry Sauce, Spiced
Cream of Broccoli, Chicken and Cheddar Soup
Cream of Celery and Potato Soup
Cream of Potato Soup
Crème Fraiche

Cultured Milk Products:

Curried Carrot Soup

Double Chocolate Whole-Grain Pancakes


Fall Bounty Yam and Apple Soup
Fancy Scrambled Eggs
Formula For a Perfect Salad
Fruit Stuffing
Fruity Breakfast Pizza

Garlic Bread, Cheesy
Ginger Ale

Hearty Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
Hot Chocolate, Guilt-Free - made with raw honey


"Inspired by Borscht" Beet Soup
Italian Turkey Soup

Main Dishes:

Mayo Recipe - Oh, so much better than the store-bought kind--and only takes minutes to make!
Melted Creamsicle Tea
Minted Coconut Beet Soup


Mulled Cranberry Apple Cider
Mulligatawny Soup

Naturally Sweetened Whipped Cream

Old-Fashioned Jam (Black Currant, Apricot, Cherry, and Blueberry)
Oven-Roasted Squash, Garlic and Apple Soup

Panbread Crust, Quick Mix
Panbread, Bean-and-Cheese
Pancakes, Double Chocolate Whole-Grain
Pancakes, Talena's Whole-Grain (soaked)
Pancakes, Quick Mix
Peanut Butter and ? Sandwich Ideas
Penne Pasta in Juniper Rosa Sauce
Playdough - Just for fun!

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes, Quick Mix
Purple Purée

Quesadillas, Turkey & Cranberry

Quick Mix:
Raisin Spice Muffins
Red Lentil Soup 


Rice Pilaf
Rice Pudding - with Brown Rice.


Shake formula

Spiced Cranberry Sauce
Sprouted Hot Cereal (porridge)


Stuffing, Fruit
Summer Strawberry or Peach Smoothie and Freezer Pops
Sweet & Sour Meatballs (or Sausages)

Talena's Pancake Recipe - Made with soaked/sprouted whole wheat flour.
Tuna and Cheese Melts
Turkey & Cranberry Quesadillas
Turkey Soup, Italian
Turkey Stock

Whey (& Cream Cheese) - use whey for all kinds of sprouted and lacto-fermented dishes.
Whipped Cream, Naturally Sweetened
Whole Wheat Bread
Wild Rice Soup, Hearty Chicken and

Yogurt Recipe - (Yogourt, Yoghurt)

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© 2006 Talena Winters. All rights reserved.

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  1. I like your site, do you have any baby formula recipes that are actually healthy?

  2. Hi, Joshua! Thanks for your comment!

    I used the milk-based formula found in the Nourishing Traditions nutritional cookbook by Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, Ph.D. This recipe can also be found on the Weston A. Price Foundation site at http://www.westonaprice.org/children/recipes.html. There are also goat's-milk and meat-based formula recipes, as well.

    Before I was able to get raw milk for my baby formula, and had to use pasteurized, I used kefirized pasteurized milk, since kefir contains more nutrients in it than just plain pasteurized milk. Of course, I started using raw milk as soon as possible, but he did use the "kefir formula" for about two weeks first. He made some faces, as I am sure it seemed quite sour as he was switching from breast milk, and learning the bottle and the flavour of formula all at once, but he did eventually start drinking it once he realized the boob was no longer an option. (Something in my genetics--my milk always dries up at 6 months.) Just another option if you can't seem to get your hands on raw milk--not ideal, but better than nothing.

    I got most of my ingredients for the formula from Radiant Life (their phone number is under the recipe.) Some were available from my local grocery store, like organic olive oil and infant acidopholus. I got Garden of Life coconut oil from The Vitamin Bin. Check around and see what you can find out.

    I hope this helps out! Let me know if you have any other questions!


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