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    In my Sugar free pumpkin custard, I used Equal sugar substitute but I find that Splenda works better. This recipe was modified from Splenda's website, www.splenda.com of pumpkin pie. I used sweet potatoes and omitted the vanilla extract. Easy dessert for two. I used a creme brulee dish to bake this delicious, guilt free dessert. Substitute with pumpkin if desired

    Recipe #150005

    this is a different variation of my other recipe Custard Cream Mousse I. This one is a HEALTHEIR version. This recipe came from a Japanese cooking site, www.cookpad.com. It originally called for whipping cream, but I substituted it with 150g of Cool Whip and with 50g of sugar, one egg yolk instead of two, and only 120mL of soymilk. 50g of sugar is too sweet to my taste, adjust sweetness to your liking. Also, I added white sesame paste (nerigoma, not tahini). I used a bit more gelatin than the recipe called for because I ALWAYS get gelatin stuck in the cup that I soften it in.

    Recipe #148931

    This recipe came from a Japanese cooking site, www.cookpad.com. It originally called for whipping cream, but I substituted it with 150g of Cool Whip and with 50g of sugar, one egg yolk instead of two, and only 120mL of soymilk. 50g of sugar is too sweet to my taste, adjust sweetness to your liking. Also, I added white sesame paste (nerigoma, not tahini). I used a bit more gelatin than the recipe called for because I ALWAYS get gelatin stuck in the cup that I soften it in. If diabetic, try with artificial sweetner

    Recipe #148929

    These can be steamed, baked, or fried. This version is in Japanese style. I found this recipe at a Japanese website called www.cookpad.com, but I tweaked it a bit! suitable for diabetics and children should like the bright color. good way of eating tofu

    Recipe #144019

    I got a recipe for cabbage rolls on a Japanese website, but because I didn't have all ingredients on hand, I modified it into my own version. In addition to these ingredients, I also added some wakame for color. The original recipe called for carrots and pea pods. I also used kampyo to tie the cabbage rolls.

    Recipe #129473

    Diabetic and fat-free recipe. I got this from a Chinese diabetic book about foods that do not raise blood sugar level. Double the recipe as needed, but keep the ration 1 to 1 to 1/2 of miso to vinegar to sugar, or sweetner. Use as a dressing for vegetables or as a dipping sauce

    Recipe #127711

    Could be diabetic and vegan. This is not a white blancmange, but a black blancmange. Unusual?? Found this on a Japanese website, www.cookpad.com. Mianbao helped with the translating. Thanks! I used a combination of soymilk and milk and artifical sweetner. I added a pinch more black sesame powder. If you cannot by black sesame powder at your grocery store,or Asian grocery store, in a blender or food porcessor, blend/process the black sesame seeds. Try with white sesame seeds, too, to have a real white blancmange. Very healthy, too. This is not made with heavy cream (which is loaded with saturated fat), and according to Chinese herbal medicine, black sesame keeps your hair black.

    Recipe #125983

    This is from a Japanese website called www.cookpad.com and Chef Mianbao helped me translate. Black sesame is very good to your body. This cupcake or muffin is not too sweet, so you may want to add more sweetness to it. Perfect for a snack, dessert, or breakfast. The sesame powder can be homemade by grinding it in a food processor, or blender. Or you can find grounded ones in your grocery store. The recipe said it yields eight servings, but I made six out of it, so I said it made 6-8 cupcakes

    Recipe #125475

    Copied from Kraftfoods.com. A nice way to serve pasta to kids (and add vegetables). I haven't tried this recipe yet, so I'm not sure what kind of pasta shapes will work. Be creative in color and pasta shape combination!

    Recipe #124820

    These are so moist and sweet! lots of banana flavor in it! Copied from www.midwestliving.com

    Recipe #120076

    Copied from Yasuko's Homecooking, a website with Japanese recipes. http://www.nsknet.or.jp/--chrkaji/yasuko/index_e.html Haven't tried it yet, but I love miso. I'm going to probably try salmon with the recipe.

    Recipe #117492

    Copied this from http://iwant.on.ca/Recipes/. It's only about 12 calories per tablespoon. It's by a diabetic person. Definitely going to try it when I have time. 1 serving= 2 tablespoons. Cooking time estimated.

    Recipe #117296

    No cream in a creamy pasta sauce! Can be vegan! at the bottom is my variationI used sweet potatoes instead of pumpkin and soy milk instead of milk. Although the recipe is for four servings, it can be easily made for one person, or more than four.I made it sweet instead by adding a packet of sweet n low. This comes from a Japanese website. Thanks, Mianbao for translating from Japanese to English. I just had to post the recipe because I know people are trying to eat healthy.

    Recipe #116123

    From www.bettycrocker.com I love sweet potatoes. I'm definitely going to savor the rich, sweet taste of sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #115550

    I love cinammon. It smells so tempting... And I love cookies! This cinammon shortbread does not require egg yolk like the other one. I didn't have nutmeg, so I used 1/1/2 tsp of cinammon, for half of the recipe. I omitted the vanilla extract from www.fooddownunder.com

    Recipe #115080

    Using Equal Sugar Lite and yogurt, it's a health benefit with a calorie reduction. try using strawberry yogurt! In Taiwan, you can get yogurt with konnyaku mixed in! mmm... so buttery, but lite! I used strawberry yogurt and I omitted the almond extract. recipe copied from www.equal.com

    Recipe #113630

    Cool! Both soba and sushi at once! posted in request to a topic in forum asking about adding soba. I tried this recipe, but I skipped the peppers, and used only wakame, shiitake mushrooms. my mom thought that there wasn't enough soy sauce. recipe from http://www.angelfire.com/ak2/cookshouse/page38.html

    Recipe #111073

    I found this on a Japanese website ttp://www.sea.sannet.ne.jp.I thought that it was very special that it was western style pasta with a touch of Japanese in it-miso. A substitute to the diet no-no creamy spaghetti! Thanks to Mianbao who helped me translate the last part. I think next time I will be making it vegetarian!!

    Recipe #110769

    DRied wakame can puff so much! We have a lot of wakame right now at home. On the package it said that it can also be added to pan-fry eggs, so I used two egg yolks that I had leftover from making cake. An oriental style breakfast!

    Recipe #110436

    I love konnyaku and shirataki. It's what you can eat on a diet! It's so much like noodles. My mom got these konnyaku noodles called shirataki, and I saw the recipe Pork Shirataki on Zaar, so I decided to replace salmon for pork because I don't eat pork! Well, my variations changed a bit. You may want to add more shirataki if you wish. An easy one-dish meal of a dieter's dream!Add any vegetables that you wish!Great new kind of new Chow Mien!!

    Recipe #107509

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