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
i was unsure of this recipe at first. i had never heard of fudge made with brown sugar before, but this is the creamiest fudge i have ever had. this is also the only fudge recipe i have never either over or under cooked.
this is a very quick and easy recipe for those "don't feel like cooking nights". fresh vegetables can be substituted for the frozen. just be sure to cut the crispier vegetables into smaller pieces to ensure even cooking.
this cookie also makes a great breakfast snack for those on the run!an easy way to chop the apricots is to cut them into small pieces using scissors. this recipe was created for ready, set, cook! (#6)
a delicious combination of baba ganoush and hummus from cooking light magazine. it's quick and easy to prepare and is good as a dip with toasted pita and/or crudites, spread on pita as a sandwich base or almost any other way you can think of to use it.
from a friend who recently traveled to switzerland and returned with this recipe. she says this recipe is more authentic (i.e., bavarian) and less "mall food court" than other recipes (all are good, but it's a matter of preference). i don't know whether t
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