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Happy Birthday cupcakes that are nutritionally friendly. They are still not super good for you, but you won't bust your calorie budget if you have one.Submitted by MRS_ROGCAR
A quick gourmet cake that is very moist. I made this for a friend's birthday as a nice alternative to standard birthday cake since she prefered whipped frosting to buttercream.
This recipe can also be made in a larger rectangular dish and just frosted on the top, making it great for potlucks, cookouts, camping and any other group gathering where a standard cake doesn't work out so well. (just up oven to 350 degrees and bake for 30-35 minutes instead)Submitted by 4ME_4LIFE
Not my original recipe. Thank you Mrs. Smith's printable recipes https://sites.google.com/site/mrssmithspri
/home/gluten-free-puddle-cookies Submitted by KMART46320
AKA Hazelnut and Almond Praline. Adapted from Grace Massa Langlois' book "Grace's Sweet Life", using half brown, half white sugar, a pinch of sea salt, and corn syrup
for the glucose. The coated nuts, once hardened, can be ground to crumbs or a paste for baking or simply broken into shards for decoration.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
Each serving is 2 lettuce leave wraps and 2 tbs sauce.Submitted by SARAHSTEAD
This cake almost makes me feel guilty it is sooooo good! But, with only 167 Calories and only 4.9 grams of fat per serving, this decadent cake in a very guilt-free treat!
* The chocolate chips are supposed to be no sugar added, but I couldn't find the nutritional info, so the calories a really even lower!Submitted by TNKFEHR
Who wants to pass up a birthday treat because of a diet? Now you can eat your cake in a modest portion without overdoing the slicing of a larger cake! For a special treat, sprinkle the tops of the cupcakes with powdered sugar when ready to serve, or squirt some non-fat whipped cream on top with a dash of colored sprinkles to celebrate the occasion.Submitted by KLAWSON17
Can you believe I hate avocado au naturale? This bittersweet, creamy frosting is the only way I’ll take a bite – and not only is it added-fat free, there’s no refined sugar either - just a dash of raw agave and a pinch of stevia! Slightly adapted from Giada De Laurentis’ Avocado MousseSubmitted by JO_JO_BA