yes you can! this icing is my absolute fave!this recipe came from my second mom & hair-do fairy godmother. marline. my mom makes the "regular" kind and when splenda came up with the brown sugar substitute and i learned to make diabetic sweetened condensed milk (recipe#143017) i decided to try to make it "unleaded". hope it turns out to your liking. try it with some of the other low-sugar chocolate cakes here at zaar and let me know what you think!
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my cousin gave this recipe to me in a cookbook she made for my wedding gift. when i got married i didn't know how to cook anything but this is super easy to make and my husband still loves it! i leave out the chives because my husband doesn't like them. a
this is a cream scone. from this bacis recipe, you can make many different varieties of scones (chocolate lavender scones, ginger peach scones, lemon poppyseed scones, maple pecan scones, mini scones, and round scones are included below).
when i lived in spain and we had "office parties" i was always asked to bring the sangria. while most sangria is made with red wine, i like white better - we had one called diamante, mmm. after tweaking the recipe each time, i think it's a really good o
found this tangy garlic mayo recipe while trying to dress up a steak sandwich but it works a much better on blts. i'll include ingredients for a single sandwich, you can multiply the ingredients from there depending on how many servings you need.
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