delightfull little sweets you can enjoy with no guilt. choose your favorite flavor of pudding.
this is really easy to make for all of you who buy your own. and lots of people already have the ingredients in their cabinets. also, because you are the one making it you can add more of less chocolate depending on your personal tastes.
in my continuous efforts to reduce my sugar intake, i've found this apricot jam recipe that uses agave or fructose. this jam keeps in the fridge for a few days and is also wonderful stirred into yogurt, porridge/oatmeal or muesli.
i am still trying to find a recipe that comes close to the shanghai cucumber dish at pf chang's. i just found this on another website and here is what the chef had to say: "i am experimenting with cucumbers since i ate this cucumber thing at pf chang's.
my aunt florence made the most wonderful waffles! here is her 'secret' recipe, complete with her notes as follows: "these are the ingredients for one egg, and this amount makes two large square waffles. if you make more batter, and have any left over, you
this is kind of like a hush puppy with the fish inside of it!i got this from a walmart card! the recipe calls for hushpuppy mix, but the computer won't let me say it, so i have put biscuit mix. mexico, spain, the south, all use these ingredients!
this recipe is from week 21 of my food blog, travel by stove. i am attempting to cook one meal from every nation on earth, and bangladesh is my 21st stop. this recipe is made with besan, which is a kind of flour made from dried garbanzo beans. you can mak
started making this nearly 30 years ago but must admit a long time since i made it (so times a memory estimate). for the caramel sauce i use my own recipe of recipe #176729 - this is the only one i have used so i don't know how any others would work but d
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