this is from the australian women's weekly diabetes cookbook. thought those with a sweet tooth may enjoy. please note this recipe is worked out in metric cup measurements. per brownie 303kj (73cal); 3.8g fat (0.6g saturated fat); 4.7g carbohydrate; 0.2g fibre; medium gi.
i found this recipe on mygourmetconnection.com and here is what was stated about this recipe: "the columbia restaurant is an authentic spanish/cuban restaurant with seven locations in the state of florida, including one in the orlando area near walt disn
once upon a time, before i ever got married (first or second time), long, long ago (well, not that long ago, how old do you think i am?), i used to have a roommate called adrienne. two more different people couldn't have lived together, be we got along w
this recipe i got from my daughter-in-law (one smart cook) the first time i visited their new home and have fixed it so many times since. it is so easy and quick that i can whip it up in a blink of an eye and the almond flavoring is super.
found out my husband has high cholesterol, but he loves waldorf salad...so i got creative and made it with extra veggies and lemon juice and it's now a low calorie, low cholesterol winner..he loved it! hope you do too.
i found this recipe on the kraft foods website. it was to die for! i followed the recipe but i added extra artichoke hearts, an 8oz. container of mushrooms, 1 bunch of asparagus, chopped and a couple tablespoons of capers all tossed in with the red pepper
family and the folks from church love this cake from ann byrn (the cake mix doctor). i've made it many times and experimented with different pan sizes. i've listed my results below so you can choose to make it "moist and gooey" or with a firmer cake base
i had ground beef thawed, a 1/2 used can of chipotle in adobo and didn't know what to make. i honestly didn't even think about using the chipotles until i came across a recipe here using them. i didn't really follow that recipe much though :-) i looked at
i stumbled across this recipe several years ago when i was very single. it was in an article focussing on singles. it was suggested as a breakfast for "sleepovers". lol everything except the baking is done the day before. if you choose to make it for
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