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    I started making cakes with soda because I wanted to make it lower in fat. I got that idea from my boyfriend's mother. I found that using this method was just as good. You can also substitute using diet sodas also. For this recipe, I prefer using 7 Up. I like using egg whites because without it, the cake crumbles and is very mess to serve and eat.

    Recipe #252122

    If you're on a low fat diet and have a sweet tooth, this might curve your cravings. I ate this while I was on a diet (every once and a while..IN MODERATION!). It's not as good as the orgional (of course), but it has all the "S'mores components." Only down side, it may have a lot of sugar (carbs). But I hope you enjoy nonetheless. Oh, and feel free to add more or less marshmallow or chocolate syrup if you want. (P.S.- this snack is MESSY).

    Recipe #343313

    Just another recipe for those who are trying to eat healthy and have portion control. Enjoy!

    Recipe #392168

    Hi Food.com! The title pretty much says it all. This one is for the BACON LOVERS!!! Sounds weird, I know....but for the ones with a little courage, little room to spare in the belt area, and have no problems with cholesterol, I urge you to try it. It's something I came up with while bored and being a fatty. Doubt I invented anything original, but it was pretty good. The peanut butter adds a creamy and familiar flavor that we all love. The jelly adds the sweetness. The bacon adds crunch and saltiness...all of which are lovely together. Tip: Cook bacon until extra crispy. You want it to to break like chips...soft bacon in this sandwhich is not that good....yuck.

    Recipe #432582

    My family has been making this for years since they immigrated from Vietnam. It's really good and LIGHT, as opposed to the strong flavor of uncut fish sauce. It can also be used as dressings for cabbage salads and any other dishes that needs a light wake-me-up of flavor. You can substitute 'cups' or 'parts'. If you make big batches, you can refrigerate the in a sealed bottle and take it out whenever you need. It stores really well in the refrigerator. I found this sauce is best with egg rolls that are made with pork, but it can be used with any other egg rolls. Please, Enjoy!

    Recipe #316856


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