Breakfast & sweet treats
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Breakfast, desserts & bakes
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If you’re short on time, this big on flavor dessert is perfect to make. So easy, quick and absolutely yummy! This isn’t your ordinary strawberry shortcake either. We’re starting with a store-bought fat-free angel food cake, adding fat-free vanilla pudding and Cool Whip, lots of fresh sliced strawberries, blueberries and drizzling a store bought strawberry glaze. You’ll love how light, fluffy, and flavorful this is. Submitted by SKINNYKITCHEN
Good as a side dish or dessert, this salad made from fresh fruit is naturally low in fat, saturated fat, and sodium. Plus, it's cholesterol free.
Amazing Dessert Adapted from Linda - http://genaw.com/lowcarb/chocolate_truffle_torte.html
A Very Rich Dark Chocolate Torte for Low Carbers.
3.8 net carbs per sliceSubmitted by I_GET_FIT
I made this trifle for my mom (who is diabetic) for her birthday. It turned out REALLY yummy. What little bit of sugar is in here, could either be left out completely or could be replaced with another sweetener. The agave nectar is low on the glycemic index.Submitted by DESIGN_LADY05
This is pure heaven for chocoholics! This is a very rich dense cake for those watching their carbs, you will feel like you are cheating. Watch out though this is very rich, you can cut it into smaller pieces.Submitted by BPRWATSON
Start the day off right with sweet and creamy slow cooker oats for breakfast. The evaporated milk adds such creaminess that you'll think you're having pudding for breakfast. Submitted by CHEF_MEG
My whole family loves these! Although they may seem small (considering the size of muffin we can get in a bakery) but we always add a helping of fruit or yogurt for breakfast. Yummy!Submitted by CHICKLET14580
My inspiration to make this was the day I made my family heirloom recipe for a traditional Bavarian plum tart, served over a delicious shortbread crust. I didn't want to surrender to that, so I gently simmered my own serving of plums. The plums made such a delicious syrup that I decided to serve it over yogurt. I loved it!
Forget fruit yogurts with high fructose corn syrup. You can do this to any kind of stone fruit so that you can eat fruit in a delicious way.
My favorite plum to use are Italian Prunes. They're a little tricky to find, but they come into season around September.
Submitted by FOODIEWIFE