Since I started Somersizing I've been eating some of the best food around. I found this recipe at 3FatChicks.com and it's been one of my most recent favorites. The recipe originally should be for 4 servings, but I can eat this as a whole meal!
This recipe comes from Carbohydrate Counting Made Easy Cookbook, Sponsored By: The Diabetes Support Group At Knoxville Area Community Hospital. Nutritional facts are as follows Calories: 134 Protein: 4g Fat: 2g Carb:26g I bought this cookbook when we took Sarah to diabetes camp at Camp Hertko Hollow in Boone, Iowa Phone: 515-276-2237 Give them a call and get your child into a great camp were they are NOT different from the other kids. You just can't believe all the volunteer Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Endocrinologists, Dietitians and other people that are there for that week!! Here is their web site http://www.diabetes.org/communityprograms-and-localevents/diabetescamps/ia-hollow.jsp
Quick, simple, and unbelievably tasty. This recipe could make even a self-professed brussels sprout hater change their mind. Roasting at a high temperature with olive oil brings out the sweetness and reduces the cabbagey taste of brussels sprouts, caramelizing the edges.
This is an adopted recipe. I am always looking for low fat, low sugar recipes, so I am excited about trying this one. The original introduction said: "I found this in our local paper. It is very simple and good! Hope you enjoy!"
I got this recipe from a community cookbook called "Bake for Dake" several years ago. It's delicious and has served me well as a fast and easy make ahead fruit salad. It's perfect to take to a sick friend or to bring to a covered dish dinner. I hope you enjoy it.
This surely isn't fancy but it certainly is a kid pleaser. My daddy made it for me when I was little. My kid's grew up eating it and now my granddughter often asks me to make it. You wouldn't want to serve it at a dinner party but for a cheap fast dinner that kid's will eat, it can't be beat.
Sausages nestling in fluffy, golden, crisp Yorkshire pudding, served with hot onion gravy--one of my favourite traditional English recipes, a fantastic winter warmer and (especially if served with buttery mashed potato) real comfort food! I make this regularly in winter, though there's nothing stopping me fancying it in summer too! Can also be made into little individual sizes using cocktail sausages for the 'toads'. great for kids!
I love these muffins. I make them fairly often because I always have the ingredients on hand. I especially like them with apricot jam or orange marmalade, but peach jam and strawberry preserves work well too.