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    Having recently been diagnosed with diabetes I was in a qaundry as the holidays approached and I realized I would be expected to bake cheesecake. I LOVE cheesecake, but have you noticed the amount of sugar in them?!? I abhor the use of artificial sweeteners as I can taste every single one of them no matter what they are made into, BUT I discovered something interesting when baking with AS. One teaspoon of each (equal/splenda/sweet&low) combined equals the sweetness of 3 tablespoons of sugar. which is just under 1/4 cup. And because you are using so little of each there is no nasty aftertaste. Isn't science wonderful?

    Recipe #468269

    The hubby and I were getting tired of plain old steak, and after thinking this up we have never gone back! This is VERY garlic-y, just so you know, and this is the toned down version!! Total fat looks like a LOT but a portion of the butter melts off so it's not really as much as it seems. NOTE: I use a Magic Bullet to make this, it can be done by hand but doesn't turn out as well. I HIGHLY recommend a processor of some kind. 35 minute prep is for chilling.

    Recipe #307961

    This cake is much requested in my house! It is sponge cake, layered chocolate/regular, and cooked in the broiler one layer at a time. Not as labor intensive as the directions sound. :)

    Recipe #303588

    A yummy version of Ratatouille, minus the eggplant. BLECH!! Layered and baked in a casserole dish. Easy to cook, a little prep intensive, but well worth the effort! Delicious on a cold Sunday night!:)

    Recipe #284798

    Great for lunch! The only recipe I let my husband take from his mothers house, also one of the few he can make all by himself!

    Recipe #229963

    Tastes so good no one will belive how easy it was to make!

    Recipe #229702

    So easy, and so good!

    Recipe #229527

    Chicken and veggies in a tomato tequila lime sauce over pasta. My husband LOVES this one, it's great in the summer with margarita's, and can easily be doubled for parties. I recently retried this recipe as I wrote it the first time and noticed something was a little off, so I edited it, I think this works better! Thanks for the feedback!

    Recipe #130202


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