i'm not sure why the name of this recipe includes "diabetic", but i do know these are very good.
i got this from a friend. it's easy and delicious and fattening. serve with cocktail bread. there will be a lot of oil at the top of the dish when it comes out of the oven, so be sure to spoon it all off before serving. also, if you like more onion, d
a symphony or rather a selection of fresh cream chocolate truffles, this is my basic recipe with a few indulgent added extras.......such as toasted almonds, stem ginger with brandy or rum! these decadent rich truffles are perfect to finish of a dinner par
an old secret recipe that can be used for anything! dressings for salads and slaws, or sauces for burgers! marinate some chicken or pork in it for a nice tangy treat! if using as a marinade for chicken, i find it helps to use more evoo than normal, it
when, as a diabetic, your sugar supply is removed from life, you start mourning. i turned to fruit to ease my aching sweet tooth. this is one of the recipes i used to treat myself to something that is rich and a bit more sweet than i really should eat.
this recipe is from the delforge place bed & breakfast in fredericksburg, texas. use the best ripe pears you can find! great as dessert or for christmas morning or anytime you want to do something special for your friends and family.
i made this pie for a boy friend long ago & for my husband. i wish i could have had a photo of their faces. they didn't want me to know how "tough" the pie was to cut and they were really fooled. have a real pie prepared....so they won't be so disappoint
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