a sweet treat for a diabetic
this recipe goes back a long time, sliced apples, with french vanilla flavoring over them, topped with soft crust, this is really good! for the top crust i like to add in some cinnamon, but that is optional!
this is a recipe to die for, quick to prepare, quick to make and can be done in large numbers. it is an ideal for breakfast, lunch or evening meal and looks special enough to serve to guests too. low in saturated fat, this is ideal for anyone on a weight
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
these are so simple, flakey, and fast. please note the recipe should say 3/4 cup milk to 7/8 of a cup....since the change over its got a 1 in there. which they yet have to correct...see also my instructions where it states i use 3/4 of a cup of mil
my grandmother in alabama made these years ago as an inexpensive subsitute for pork sausage. my mom still makes these for me. there was never a real recipe, so the last time she made them, she measured her ingredients as best she could to come up with th
i got this recipe from practical cooking vegetarian i'm not a vegitarian anymore, but this is a good side dish, and it's pretty healthy too. it's very versatile and can be made with any vegetables that you have on hand. i use it as a side dish. it can be
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