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    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    It's safe to include and enjoy the icing on this bread! . For the icing be sure to use the powdered sugar sub recipe given instead of plain Splenda. It's picture pretty and holiday perfect.

    Recipe #335293

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is based on Chef #169430's recipe #217993. THIS MAKES 2 LARGE SERVINGS. YOU CAN SERVE FOUR SMALLER SERVINGS. "Cook" time is refrigeration time. NOTE: Zaar does not recognize several ingredients, but there is no added sugar in any of them, so 12g of the 13g sugar listed is from the milk.

    Recipe #281855

    From a Splenda cookbooklet.

    Recipe #236369

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is especially good for diabetics. Any flavor of sugar-free jello can be used to make this low-fat, low-sugar cheesecake dessert. 4 hr cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #219276

    This is a variation on my Recipe #487220. Came up with this in order to use up some extra dried fruit and to make sure my trays this year looked a little different from prior offerings.

    Recipe #201270

    9 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A delicious sugarless cookie filled with dates, raisins, apples and nuts. You won't miss the sugar! From the " Cooking with the Horse and Buggy People" cookbook. I have edited the recipe to include draining the fruit after "plumping". Thank you Paula!

    Recipe #186590

    This dressing is so tasty that I could eat it with a spoon, but amazingly it is suitable for serving to the two in my family who are diabetics. You would never guess that it has no sugar added. I adapted this recipe from one I believe I originally found in Homemakers magazine. Serving size is calculated as 2 Tablespoons per serving, but that will depend on personal preference.

    Recipe #176952

    Don't think just because this is for diabetics that it doesn't taste good. It is A-B-S-O-L-U-T-E-L-Y delicious. All the taste is there--great for dieters and South Beach members.

    Recipe #193024

    33 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    When I was doing Weight Watchers and the boys were home, I got really tired of fixing 3 sets of meals each night. When I came upon this recipe - I just didn't tell them this was WW and to this day they still don't know. When the boys come home now - this is one dish they will request. Super fast & easy to fix on work nights. 4 oz. = 4 WW points (without rice) *Note - in response to some reviews that experience the sauce being too runny or thin...extend the reduction time (after removing lid). It may take another 5-10 minutes to thicken and have the consistency you desire.

    Recipe #109576

    These are very tasty fried apples, low in sugar and fat. Great as a dessert served with sugar-free ice cream. Also good served as a side with pork. Use any apple, I like to use fuji or golden delicious.

    Recipe #157548

    A great desert for our diabetic friends. This recipe came to me from my grandmother, who was a diet-controlled diabetic.

    Recipe #41910

    Found this on another site and am posting it to keep it safe. You'll find this in my cookbook of substitutions. I put 1 batch as serving b/c I don't know how much it actually makes. Maybe 3/4 cup?

    Recipe #188519

    Everyone dieting deserves a treat every now and then. But what the rest of the time? Should you be eating cardboard? Nooo says the Redneck! These little bites are great for anyone from the sick to the well, from the low-carb nuts to those who could eat their weight in chocolate and never gain an ounce (btw..we hate you people!). These must be refrigerated overnight (reflected in the passive cook time).

    Recipe #159222

    This is so great. My family can hardly wait for it to come out of the oven. Nothing like it.

    Recipe #26111

    Try raspberries and sugar-free raspberry pudding and use White chocolate sugar-free pudding for a unique flavour. This is a quick and easy recipe to throw together!

    Recipe #142780

    Keep these crisp-yet-chewy cookies on hand for an after school snack, really a good snack for young & old. The recipe comes from

    Recipe #107728

    These are a slight variation of a lovely cookie from a great diabetic cookbook called "Sweet & Natural: Desserts without sugar, honey, molasses or artificial sweetner" by Janet Warrington. I found this cookbook at a thrift store and have been meaning to try something from it. This is my first try. The original recipe lists carob powder as an optional ingredient. I decided to use it, but had to use cocoa powder as that was what I had. So feel free to leave it off. When you look at these cooled cookies the dates look like chocolate chips and my kids were slightly dissapointed when they realized they were fruit, but the enjoyed these a lot. A nice little fruity cookie which is quite sweet without any added sugar. Also, if you have over-ripe bananas which have not been frozen feel free to use those. I just have a bunch of bananas in my freezer.

    Recipe #113467

    Delicious chocolate chip cookies, using the new Splenda Blend for baking. The recipe comes from

    Recipe #107628

    I seen these cookies made on TV. She used splenda and a lower fat margarine also organic ingredients whenever possible. If using regular shortening, decrease the flour by 1/2 cup and use level teaspoon of baking powder& soda.

    Recipe #133839

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