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    Guiltless Indulgences

    Low-fat desserts that won't make you hate yourself after you've eaten them... Every girl needs some sugar in her life!

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    Honey is the only sweetener used in this bar. Its distinctive flavor works perfectly with the apples.

    Recipe #46240

    This is one of the Zaar recipes that I adopted. I hope to make this soon as it looks like a dish my family would enjoy. I’ll edit the recipe accordingly if needed.

    Recipe #7851

    These are moist and yummy, not too sweet - perfect for breakfast or a light snack. Makes 12 muffins or 24 mini muffins.

    Recipe #118956

    I adopted this recipe from the 'orphan recipes' list. And I'm so glad I did! They're great!

    Recipe #7819

    This recipe is from "Low Fat Cooking", by Pamela Westland. I haven't tried this yet, due to my BULGING cookbook and I'm trying to cut back in desserts... anyway, if u try them, do let me know if u like it. Posted on request by love4culinary. Prep time is an estimation; seems like a really easy recipe.

    Recipe #74379

    Posted on request by Sunbeam for chocolate mousse that uses gelatine. I got it from a cooking website, but couldn't remember which one.

    Recipe #76015

    Found this on the internet - existentialmoo.com. Sounds really yummy. Something special enough to serve when you've got company or dinner party.

    Recipe #76996

    Posted on request for a wheat/gluten free cookie recipe.

    Recipe #76801

    From existentialmoo.com. Easy, no bake treats.

    Recipe #76998

    This is very easy to make, and it's delicious too. Use pure maple syrup if possible. Makes ALL the difference. Serve as a light dessert or at a lazy Sunday brunch on pancakes.

    Recipe #87499

    Got this from a Chinese baking book. The cupcakes are ultra-tender, although this technique may require more elbow-grease. Update: You have to beat the egg mixture until THICK; it will leave 'ribbons' on the batter when the beaters are lifted. Otherwise you will find that the batter too runny and the cupcakes won't rise. Remember the volume in the beaten eggs is the ONLY leavening in this recipe; there's no baking powder/soda.

    Recipe #90587

    This is a different way to cook sweet potatoes. It's a refreshing dessert. A perfect finish to an Asian meal, especially after heavy stuff like curry. It's served cold, so it's great for summer too. And you can use up those leftover cooked sweet potatoes. Agar-agar powder can be found in Asian groceries store/market. I prefer making jelly-type desserts using agar rather than gelatin because of the IMHO, better texture. To make an impressive dessert, you can set the jelly in a pretty mold or cut it into cute little shapes using cookie cutters (I usually use metal ones). Adapted from Amy Beh's recipe. Cooking time = chilling time (approximation).

    Recipe #92942

    Fairly healthy recipe. Adapted from Alicia's Kitchen (internet).

    Recipe #96639

    This recipe came from Nestle site. Looks yummy! I will try it soon. I love anything with chocolate in it, and cinnamon-chocolate combination is one of my favorites! (Passive time = Cooling time)

    Recipe #97006


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