this pie not only looks beautiful but is very delicious. my non-diabetic family wants me to make it every day. came from diabetic-recipes.com... i love strawberry pie and was looking for a recipe i could use. be sure to use the directions in this recipe and not those on the jello box. and fresh strawberries work a lot better then frozen. diabetic exchange: 1 1/2 carb (1 starch, 1/2 fruit) 1 fat
found this on the william-sonoma web site and they are so cute and look pretty easy think the dgss will really like them. so decided to put the recipe here for safe keeping until the cookie cutters i've ordered arrive and i can make them. i think these
very nice little middle eastern shortbread cookies. i like to give these as gifts or make them for tea time. i also make them often for my fil's diwaniya (men's gathering) to enjoy with their arabic coffee or tea. recipe from the complete middle east cook
sounds like a perfect summer dish! i can also envision grilling the salmon. the serving sizes called for are 5 ounces of salmon and 2 tablespoons of the yogurt so plan accordingly if you have big eaters or folks who like more sauce like we do. : ) i am g
pickled green beans. prep time would vary depending on the amount you were making but i will make an educated guess and include the time for washing the beans and jars and packing them into the jars. the cooking time will be for blanching the beans after
i found this on the back of a bag of frozen chicken breasts. there were five things i liked about this recipe; it was easy, it is weight watchers core friendly, it smelled great cooking, it was tasty, and i didn't have to remember to thaw the meat. i ser
this recipe is done just like how we make our bourbon chicken, but done with pork chops. any kind of pork chops will work, but thick, boneless are best. this recipe calls for enough to make in extra sauce (soooo good over rice or noodles) but for less
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