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sinfully rich chocolate brownies that won't go straight to your hips. they're very low cal and low carb for baked goods, and they're practically fat free too. all natural without any artificial sweeteners.
this recipe is from coles, it is so simple but so yummy! serve it with some yoghurt for brekky or some cream or ice-cream for a dessert, you can also add raisins or your favourite dried fruit if you like.
one of the highlights of our travels to scandinavia was discovering aquavit, a tasty spirit with a hint of caraway or dill. i was happy to find this cocktail recipe to extend the ways we enjoy this northern spirit!
i found this recipe in one of my favorite appetizer books: cocktail food: 50 finger foods with attitude by mary corpening barber and sara corpening whiteford. this book has been one of my favorites, and has loads of party planning tips in the beginning c
this is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like i do, you'll enjoy this. the basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)
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