Fat-free, sugar-free, low-calorie, AND vegan!! This recipe came about when I was looking for something a little different to do with some apple pie filling, and for a sugar-free muffin recipe that didn't have any added artificial sweeteners. (Yes, the pie filling is sweetened with Splenda, but that wouldn't affect the texture of the final product the way adding Splenda would.) I used a kitchen scissors to chop the apple slices from the pie filling into smaller pieces. Try to get all of the "goo" from the pie filling in there, too -- don't just throw it out! If you overmix, it will probably be tough; that's why I chose to mix it by hand, though of course you could use an electric mixer if you prefer. I used a jumbo-sized muffin pan, and I got six nice-sized muffins -- for less than 150 calories each!
An adaptation from an old family "Traditional Mincemeat" recipe which was passed down through my Mum's side of the family. This one however is FAT FREE - NO suet or butter and it still KEEPS for up to a year or two; I currently have a jar from 3 years ago which has aged and matured beautifully! I have called it traditional mincemeat as it has all the traditional ingredients apart from the fat and it is VERY EASY to make. I am posting this in early September so it can be made now and allowed to mature ready for Christmas MINCE PIES. Where I have stated rum or brandy, please use any strong liquor that you may have available; it's just that brandy or rum work very nicely with the ingredients. Make some pretty labels, add a paper or fabric lid cover with a ribbon and then hang a pie, scone or cookie cutter from the neck - and voila, a thoughtful home-made gift! N.B. It's the alcohol that keeps this mincemeat, so if you want a non-alcoholic version, I have a traditional suet mincemeat recipe posted, which does not need much if any alcohol - Recipe #257241.
An adopted recipe; I am unsure of the original poster. The intro read: "This Blackberry pie is SO dramatic when
served in a teacup! How unique is that? This recipe is for 2 people. Or shall I say for 2 Very Romantic people? Perfect for that ultra, ultra special occasion! For a unique presentation add a melon ball size ice cream garnish.
Cooks Note: You could make the crust into a heart shape for Valentine's Day or use your imagination to make different shapes. This is an easy dessert and everything can be made ahead of time. Adapted from Elegant Dining." from finedinings.com by Peggy Bucholz
Crunchy, sweet and addictive. I have suggested the 24 oz size package of tortilla, however, any size package may be used depending on the size and amount you would like to make. Therefore, cooking times will vary.
This is a version of Baked Alaska dessert the base is a chocolate crumb crust with Mocha fudge sauce. It is so easy to make and so impressive to serve. It was a prize winner in a recent Lucerne Bake contest entered by Lois Dowling.
I love this recipe! It is from the "Frugal Gourmet Whole Family Cookbook" by Jeff Smith. I've made this simple recipe for many years. People are always impressed but... I never tell them how easy it is to make. Some recipes are best kept secret. But I will share this one...
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