these are great keepers and freeze well. really chewy...=)brew a pot of tea and prepare to dunk!
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this is out of the "biggest loser" cookbook 140 calories, 18 g protein, 13 g carbohydrates, 5 g fat, 30 mg cholesterol, 8 g fiber, 480 mg sodium. please take the advice from sjmittens and increase the spices, especially if you enjoy spicy food.
this is like the classic mexican 7-layer dip, only in a mediterranean way! i sometimes make this and leave the meat out - it is still good and vegetarian thataway! serve with fresh-baked pita chips. i estimated amounts, use more or less to your taste.
this is a family recipe that originally came from my aunt gloria, a wonderful hostess and great cook. this spread is a little different from ordinary tuna spread and is great served with crackers or used as a filling for tea sandwiches.
when i lived in the u.p. of michigan, i lived on blueberry street. you could pick blueberries by the pail full. an aunt of mine, who was a cook on the ironore boats, gave me this recipe. it is so good with pineapple and coconut in.
i got this from my mom, and i'm not sure i recall where she got it. the original recipe calls for cranberries, and it is lovely that way at the holidays. we are just terribly fond of blueberries, so i decided to post it accordingly. i hope you enjoy this
i was desperate for a dose of my morning pick me up, but alas no creamer nor any milk in the frig! frantically i searched the pantry and found sweetened condensed milk and evaporated milk. hum?! why not combine the two and create my own creamer? when
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