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    This is just a classic grilled cheese-no flavor alterations, but I was able to make it much healthier by making a few substitutions. Some of the ingredients won't register, but the total calorie count is about 150, 3 grams of fat, and 10 grams of carbohydrates.

    Recipe #391125

    On a diet and I thought these sounded great, but I tried to cut them down the best I could anyway. I'll try them this way, but this is mostly for recalculation of the nutrition facts. I didn't write it like this, but I'll probably try the recipe with whole wheat flour. The real recipe calls for a glaze to be put on top, but I'll just sprinkle a little splenda on top instead-sweet! Let me know what you think :)

    Recipe #390331

    I'm a diabetic. (Trivia fact: Diabetics have no dietary restrictions.) My nutritionist gave me this great recipe for caramel corn out of a diabetic cookbook. It's light, filling, and makes a great snack. It's a hit with the kids and many of my friends. The popcorn can be fresh popped or out of a microwave. I'm not sure exactly how much popped popcorn is in a microwavable bag, but I usually use a full bag.

    Recipe #327776

    Every family has those recipes that are passed down from generation to generation. This recipe was my great-great grandmother's. The ingredients may sound a bit strange when mixed together, but give them a chance and you may be surprised:)

    Recipe #321800

    This recipe is amazing. I created it myself, and this way you can get hot, authentic cider using real apples. Plus, you only use real apples, and only one pan is needed! I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #260335


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