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    YOU WON’T BELIEVE THIS!!!!! I am a diabetic. This is amazing. You will love this lemon pie. Works very well in individual tarts too. Bite sized heaven to serve to guests. I hope you try this. It is low fat, low calorie and low sugar. I find that using both the Splenda and NutraSweet together is cheaper. Do not add the sweeteners until the thickened water is at full bloom and OFF the stove. High heat kills NutraSweets sweetening power.

    Recipe #234608

    I developed these burritos for a quick breakfast that tasted like a hostess fruit pie. My hubby makes them and puts them in the toaster oven so when I get up an hour later after he has gone to work, I can just turn it on and toast them up. They never leak if you fold them correctly. He sprays the tortilla with water before assembling but when I do them I just roll them up. They are amazing I promise! *If using Nutrasweet instead of Splenda, be careful not to boil the water with the sweetner in it. heat of that temp will kill the sweetness. The oven does not. I do not recommend Sweet n Low. It is too bitter.

    Recipe #234255


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