An addictive yet healthy dish great for BBQs and picnics. You can use it as a dip -- I can eat it with a spoon by itself. You can add a cup or two of frozen corn too if it's a large crowd (more volume without so many avocados) or if you want to tone down the spice.
A recipe that I obtained from allhomemadecookies.com and modified for my own tastes and added Splenda instead of sugar. The original recipe calls for 1/4 cup almond extract or almond liqueur but as I didn't have almond extract or amaretto I changed to nonfat vanilla soymilk and they turned out great.
This recipe was adapted from a Wild Oats recipe. I substitute egg whites and non-fat vanilla soymilk for the eggs and buttermilk and agave nectar for honey. I also scaled the recipe down for 2 large hearty pancakes. These are thick and oatmealy but they remind me an oatmeal cookie.
Old family recipe for a coffee cake with fruit topping from a region in Russia where a community of Germans lived. This is my father's version of the recipe which is almost sugar-free. Very good served warm with vanilla bean frozen yogurt or ice cream.
I got this recipe off of a jell-o flyer from the grocery store. I tried it out and substituted some things to take to a picnic. It went over really well -- even to those who had no idea how low fat it was!