Vanilla Pudding

Pudding is a simple, satisfying, and surprisingly nutritious snack that Julia relied on when she was refeeding. There are many great-tasting flavors, however we’ve always preferred classic vanilla topped with homemade whipped cream and shaved chocolate.

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Cranberry Bread

The quintessential cranberry-orange flavor combination pairs perfectly in this homemade sweet bread. While cranberries are our preference, the versatile batter works for whatever berries you desire or have available. For extra nutrition and variety, add shredded coconut or ground nuts.

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Apple Cinnamon Muffins

These muffins are simple, delicious, and a great way to make use of fresh apples—really any kind will do. While they’re enjoyed year-round in our house, the addition of cinnamon makes them the ultimate autumn snack.

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Soft Pretzels with Hummus

Soft pretzels remind us of visiting our beloved Aunt Ruth and dearly missed Uncle Gary in New York City. While our recipe is smaller in size and not nearly as salty, the shape and flavor are authentic to the original. For a stellar snack, we dip them in homemade hummus.

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Blueberry Scones

Of Scottish origin and often served with tea, these scones are like a sweet biscuit. They’re not too sugary and are fairly light with a golden exterior and soft interior. Blueberry is our favorite add-in, but we’ve prepared and enjoyed this recipe with cranberries, raisins, and just cinnamon as well.

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Yogurt Parfait

This healthy and flavorful creation can be enjoyed as a breakfast, snack, or compliment to a main meal. The granola provides a textural element to the smooth yogurt and soft berries and is the perfect topping for cereal, smoothies, ice cream, and any other dish that needs some crunch or calories.

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Snickerdoodles

This cinnamon sugar cookie originated in Germany but became popular in New England a long time ago. We love the whimsical name, the simplicity, and the soft yet crispy texture our recipe creates.

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Banana Bread

Homemade banana bread was a staple snack in Julia’s eating disorder recovery. This treasured baked good is equally as nutritious as it is delicious and can be augmented calorically with the addition of ground nuts, shredded coconut, or chocolate chips to the batter.

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