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 really easy recipe! make this right before you serve it so it will retain it's crunch and not get soggy. you will love all the great flavors and textures. adapted from chef tal ronnen's the conscious cook.
i begin to turn to soup when the weather outside turns a bit crisp, and i keep right on making and eating hearty, healthy, warming soups all winter long. this is an adaptable soup. instead of the swiss chard, you could substitute any dark greens (spinac
i had this for breakfast this morning. my internet was off and i couldn't look up baked apples so i made this one up. i enjoyed it so i thought i would post it. i used brown sugar substitute, but you can used regular brown sugar. i kept it low in both sw
i think this came from a weight watchers cookbook, but don't remember for sure. regardless, i think it's delicious and have made it a few times. you can mix uncooked rice in with the rest of the ingredients but it will absorb a lot of liquid and be a litt
this is a recipe i came across a while back, and really enjoyed. unfortunately i never wrote down how many it made, so i'm not able to tell you this detail. if you make them and find out before i make them again, please let me know how many it makes! :) t
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