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A Sunrise Recipe: Zesty Lemon Loaf

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  February 16, 2015

A late and much-loved resident of Sunrise of Beaconsfield, QC, brought this recipe to the chef and it was requested often when her family visited during Sunday socials. Now the chef makes it for residents to enjoy often, especially as an afternoon treat during the summer! To lighten this recipe up a bit, try substituting non-fat plain or vanilla Greek yogurt for half of the butter the recipe calls for. This simple change will cut out roughly 50 grams of fat per loaf!

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A Sunrise Recipe: Banana Rum Bread Pudding

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  February 13, 2015

The dining services coordinator at Sunrise of Gurnee, IL, was experimenting with banana pudding and French toast, which led to this delicious fusion of the two. As you can imagine, it’s now a huge hit among residents at this community! Bananas are one of the greatest “brain foods.” They boost brain function by aiding in the transmission of electrochemical impulses. They also regulate blood pressure, promote muscle growth and are virtually a complete B vitamin.

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A Sunrise Recipe: Apricot Crumb Bars

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  February 12, 2015

Our Brighton Gardens of Friendship Heights, MD, community shares this recipe which goes back over six years to a time when the dining services coordinator got creative with the leftover apricot preserves he had on hand from an event. He turned it into a delicious dessert that is still served at the community today! Enjoy this recipe for these tasty Apricot Crumb Bars.

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Spread The Love With 3 Healthy Valentine's Day Treats

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  February 9, 2015

Valentine's Day is a big holiday for candy, and it might be hard to get in the spirit this year if you're trying to limit your sugar intake. The good news, seasonal snacks don't have to be unhealthy. Here are three delicious Valentine's Day treats that you can make at home and share with your loved ones. The snacks are so flavorful that some might say they're better than candy!

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3 Tasty Recipes To Celebrate Exotic Fruit Month

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  December 31, 2014

December isn't just for candy canes and eggnog. The winter month is also National Exotic Fruit Month, making it the perfect time to get creative with your diet. Lots of tropical fruits like mangoes, papayas and carambola taste great and come packed with vitamins and nutrients. Here are a few of the benefits of trying new produce and three recipes to get you started.

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3 Delicious No-Bake Desserts

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  December 29, 2014

If you have a craving for something sweet, but don't feel like firing up the oven, you're in luck. This collection of no-bake desserts has something for every taste, so whip up one of the recipes for your next get-together with friends.

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4 Tips When Giving Baked Goods As Gifts

By Tim Watt  |  December 19, 2014

If you're strapped for time as the holidays approach, there's no need to visit the mall to get your last-minute gifts. Baked goods make a wonderful present for just about everyone on your list. Use these four tips to make your famous apple pie or white chocolate brownies into the perfect holiday gift.

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Steven’s Peanut & Chocolate Blossoms

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  December 17, 2014

Steven, the Terrace Club Coordinator of Sunrise at University Park, CO, remembers making this recipe over 10 years ago. His grandmother’s Peanut Butter Cookie recipe inspired this delicious treat, but instead of making from scratch, Pillsbury.com offers a quicker method with their premade dough for the busy holiday season! At the community, Steven typically bakes with residents during the morning so everyone can enjoy this tasty treat for the rest of the day.

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