this was a weightwatchers recipe that i modified to make it more diabetic friendly. the original recipe called for all purpose flour, brown sugar, butter and an egg. i mixed the flours, used natural unsweetned applesauce for the butter and egg substitute for the egg. also, the molasses was cut from 1/3 cup to 2 tablespoons.
this is a morroccan recipe for homemade almond butter. making it yourself lets you control the sodium and oil content. store in an airtight container for use in place of peanut butter for a change of pace.
use this icing to cover peachtree street gingerbread cake(recipe #459977)! this recipe comes from the "gone with the wind cook book - famous southern cooking recipes". there is a note in the foreward which i love: "gone with the wind told of a style of
got the original recipe for this fifteen years ago from an ethnic cookbook. the author's hungarian grandmother taught her how to make it so i'm sure it's one authentic way to make goulash. it's so good it's worth the effort it takes to make and much of th
from the april 1991 issue of the sexy chile pepper magazine. the intro to the recipe says, “in many parts of the caribbean, beans are called ‘peas.’ this recipe is a bahamian variation on a dish which has numerous names throughout the caribbean and centra
pat yourselves on the back, recipe*zaarites! i took all your best egg salad ideas and came up with this recipe which is certain to win me a big blue ribbon at the county fair! full flavor and slightly sweet with no sugar added and nice eye appeal. (no dou
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