Recipes I'm planning to try this at some point during a holiday season. (Recipes we have tried and loved are in a companion cookbook.) My family traditionally gives away 2 dozen trays of cookies and candies as gifts, so there's a whole lot of baking going on. The cover picture was taken just before packing up our 2005 Christmas tins.
Here's a delicious dessert without all the fat! 4 servings and 1 WW point per serving.
If you totall all the calories/fat and fiber, you will find that this comes to 85 calories and 3.4 grams of fiber/serving.
This is my basic background icing when icing cookies. It tastes fantastic and gives wonderful results. For example I will use this for the red and orange background icing for Halloween cookies and then use royal icing for faces and more intricate detail. Originally from Gerhard Jenne.
Cadbury's Crunchie Bars are one of my favorite candy bars. They are also my dentist's favorite candy bar, because if I eat enough of these I keep him in business. This is a Nigella Lawson recipe, from her book How to Be a Domestic Goddess. She calls it cinder toffee, but for me it will always be the crunchy part of the Crunchy Bar.
I found this recipe on a website for diabetics, but don't tell anyone and they'll love it when they try it. It is my favorite cookie recipe with sugar or without. At first the nutritionals seemed way off but discovered there were some errors in the quantities. I'm correcting those so the nutritional info should be correct.
Tried and true and my daughter loves this recipe. Here are a few pointers I learned as I made it. Do not over bake the cake or it will crack when you unroll it. Also make sure you cream the cheese first so there are no lumps in the filling. anw0792 requested a Pumpkin Roll recipe for diabetics and then 1Steve found the link for it. I dug out my copy of the recipe to post, so others could use it and also adding my tips/changes. This recipe is originally by Betty Hale of Arkansas; she won 3rd Place with it in the "Sweet As Can Be" recipe contest by Equal.
Heavenly is all I can say!! I had these cookies on a trip many years ago while staying at a Doubletree Hotel (they left one on each pillow each day after cleaning the rooms) and always thought they were "THE BEST" chocolate chip cookies I had ever eaten! I have searched High and Low for a recipe for anything similar to what I had eaten at the Doubletree and recently found this recipe (unfortunately I can't remember where I got the recipe from)and have made them several times since. They are a little more time-consuming than regular chocolate chip cookies but well worth the extra time! This recipe makes extra large cookies. I'm not sure as to the exact prep time and I don't always chill the dough overnight) From Even More Top Secret Recipes.
This recipe is very easy to put together and takes practically no time to make. Try other flavors of cake mixes if you like. When I make them, I use 2 cups (total) of peanut butter chips and chocolate chips mixed together. Very easy to whip up at halftime!
If you love caramel candies, this recipe will be like heaven to you! It is soft and wonderful. I use it to make homemade turtles candy, but you can use it to make anything you want. It is EXCELLENT!!
Note: I like to use a metal spatula to stir with so it helps keep it from burning.