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I"m addicted to Mocha Frappes and had to find some way to get that flavor without the 500 calories. This is pretty darn close. I'm still tweaking this. Please let me know if you have any suggestions.
The calorie count is for 1/2 cup mix and 1/2 cup 1% milk.
****Keep in mind this is a Lite Version. If you want to make it closer to real thing then replace 3/4 cup no calorie sweetner with 3/4 cup sugar for a total of 1 cup sugar.
Variation on a traditional recipe taught to me in
Karluk Village on Kodiak Island, Alaska
Don't forget to roll that R!!! Birria (beer-ee-a) is a traditional Mexican meat that is used for large celebrations. The first time I tracked down a recipe it started with "take 100 pounds of beef..."! I have reduced the amounts, but the ingredients are authentic. Serve with flour tortillas & Juchipila Mexican Rice.
I usually get a store bought cake for birthdays around here but my daughter was turning 3 and I wanted to make a healthier cake so that I could share in the festivites and not feel so much guilt so this is what I made. Instead of making a square or 9" round I made cupcakes since they are more fun for kids and there isn't as much left sitting around as a temptation. P.S. NOONE knew the difference. They were just as moist and the taste was just as great. I used a little of the new frosting in the can with the decorating tips and just used a little on the ones that I was going to eat to keep the cals and fat down but enough to give it taste.
Used for Mini Derby Pies
A red colored cake, with a hint of cocoa, filled and frosted with white chocolate cream cheese buttercream.
Another fun appetizer!!
This is a typical Korean meatball that can be eaten with rice or in a sandwich with lettuce or a salad with bean sprouts and broccoli. It can be a great appetizer or party food. Kids love it and it's low fat. You can add your own combination of minced vegetables to mix it up.
We have fun adding "mix ins" such as homemade strawberry jam, splenda-sweetened sour cherries from our tree, or choc chips (not included in nutritional analysis)