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Recipes I've Shared:
Big Tree Farms. Batter is diabetes friendly. Not sure about the chocolate chips!
See my recipes for Lighter Pizza Crust and Pizza sauce in my recipe box.
Stretching the dough as opposed to rolling makes a more authentic dough. Aging in the refrigerator (tightly wrapped) for 24 hours also lends to a better flavor. Baking on parchment eliminates the need to oil the pan.
A delicious spread for wraps and sandwiches
Adapted from diabeticlivingonline.com
Fish filets simmered in a mildly spicy tomato-vegetable sauce.
Turkey stock and the meat from it give the flavor. Butter is the fat base.
Soy Chorizo is wonderful, adds a real flavor boost plus the health benefits of chili pepper.
Allrecipes.com via Mommyto2
Substitute lite mayo for regular makes this a little more diet friendly, in moderation
Ten 1/2 cup servings as granola 271.8 cal
Forty-one 2TB size clusters at 66.3 cal each
Original recipe calls for sprouted wheat berries but this recipe doesn't include them.
Made over from inspiredtaste.net "Strawberry Baked Oatmeal" Original 419 calories per serving.
Cold brewed for two days from dry flowers with a little agave to take the edge off the tartness.
It's difficult to calculate the nutritional values in this scenario.
Makes 11 slices, including heals.
Adapted from chef Alton Brown's recipe on Food Network. Any filling can be substitued for the apples and calories should be adjusted accordingly. Fillings should be precooked. Just the dough is 130 Calories per serving.
From Ellie's Krieger's Food Network program.
A good alternative to ham hocks and beans. Substitute white beans for the black, if desired. I cooked in a crock pot.
I developed these "meatballs" using my other base recipe for "Seitan meat substitute, recipe (by SHOBAN5)". The finished flavor surprisingly reminded me of Trader Joe's vegetarian meatballs which have always been a favorite of mine.
I was really amazed how good this was when I first made it! I recommend using the chicken bouillion instead of homemade stock as it lends a much better flavor to the finished product. (That's not normal for me, I love homemade stock!)
Inspired by the popular cucumber & tomato salads regularly enjoyed by the IDF, experienced by my mother many years ago.
Using 2 TB of my shared recipe for dry Ranch Dressing mix to season the buttermilk, mayo.
Add 2 TB dry mix to 1 cup buttermilk, 1 cup low fat mayonnaise.
Add 2 TB to lowfat sour cream for a dip
I substituted whole wheat pastry flour for the A/P white flour in this recipe. Consider using olive oil, coconut or other healthy oil instead of butter.