Yes, I am determined to invent the best no fat cookies ever made! The addition of a bit of cinnamon seems to make all the difference for this chocolate cookie. The applesauce is what makes this cookie moist.
These cookies are a wonderful snack when you realy want a sweet, peanut buttery, chocolate treat. You don't add any fat to this recipe so to keep the cookies soft we use applesauce and the fat that is naturaly in the peanut butter. The calorie count on these cookies make a couple of trips to the cookie jar not such a bad thing!
I found this recipe in an Italian magazine. I doubled the recipe and froze half and served the other. It was FANTASTIC!!! I could not find the wine they suggested so I used a bold, Italian red. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. If you need to impress company with your culinary talents, this recipe will do the trick.
My kids love bath bombs but I can't continue to pay $6.00 per bath so I decided to try this recipe on Easter Monday. Due to the occasion, I used those plastic Easter Eggs that were left over as molds along with my muffin tins as molds. I hear that bath bombs are equally good just dried as a loose powder and separated into little bags.
This recipe was born out of my love of butter chicken and my dislike of all the fat and work involved in making true butter chicken. I also have small children who will not tolerate peppers or chunks of onion.
This dough will hold any form you want to cut from it but it will still bake up soft! (I think the soft texture comes from the applesauce.) The kids will love decorating them and we all agree that they are pretty tasty too!
A very fluffy bread that is sure to please. I developed this recipe through trial and error until I perfected it. Leave the loaves in their pans to cool for 10-15 min after they cook and the bread will slide right out.
Very light and flavourful shortbread. This is such a simple recipe you will be surprised that it tastes so yummy. The real trick is using brown sugar and real butter. I have made this with and without the vanilla and I enjoy it either way. This recipe is a staple in my recipe library.
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