low fat, low sugar and yummy. this is a small recipe it doesn't make a lot. it helps to place the paper cups into a muffin tin for support until set. the prep time is actually chill time.
some nights you need a budget friendly, fast hearty meal that, when paired with a salad or vegetable, will keep the family from getting take out or heading for fast food. this is an easy meal with ingredients you likely may have in the pantry, paired with
a little less sweet--a little more spicy! my christmas use for amish friendship bread starter! you can add a quarter to half cup of sugar with the dry ingredients if you have a sweet tooth, but i really prefer it with just the molasses.
these zucchini balls can be served as a side dish or appetizer. i suggest serving them with your favorite sauce, such as ketchup, mayo, ranch dressing, or aioli sauce. for more healthy gluten-free, low-gi, pesco-vegetarian recipes, please visit my blog, w
i have not tried this recipe. i got this recipe from ossg recipes. for a more decadent flavor, use 1 cup splenda and 3 tbsp brown sugar twin (the canadian/cyclamate variety works best.) (also excellent with 1/2 cup chopped walnuts or hazelnuts added!).
the sauce from this is wonderful and can be doubled if desired, it can also be made ahead of time... this is a great recipe for pork chops. if you prefer a thicker sauce, mix 2 teaspoons cornstarch with 2 tablespoons cold water, then add to sauce.
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