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    These are great, very filling and stops you felling hungry for a long time. the recipe calls for honey but I used Da Vinci vanilla s/f syrup and a tablespoon of erythritol and that was sweet enough for me, but you can adjust the sweetness to you liking. I have added the original honey to the printed recipe. Again watch for your coconut flour being lumpy.

    Recipe #466430

    These are a soft cookie low carb and gluten and sugar free I found the recipe on the back of packet. one thing you have to be careful of is the coconut flour is a bit lumpy so you really have to work hard to beat the lumps out. They used sugar in there recipe and you can use sugar or any other sweetener you like I used Erythritol and stevia

    Recipe #466427

    I have been making these scones for a long time now and they are so quick to make and if like me you are a diabetic you can have these as they are very plain or you can add to them by the way of reduced sugar jam or cheese. I like to freeze them and when I feel in need of something they only take 30seconds in the micro to thaw and are just like they were right out of the oven. I found this recipe on a web site but can't remember which one but it's a very old recipe. You can use what flour ratio you like I usually do half of one and half of the other.

    Recipe #453119

    I have been making banana bread for my grandson and I thought I could change things to make it diabetic friendly so I can have a piece and no one is any the wiser that it's suitable for a diabetic. Hope you like it.

    Recipe #444151

    This is a very tasty soup, I like to serve with nice crusty bread but croutons would be nice. If you don't want to use heavy cream with all the calories you could use half fat creme fraiche I use the lower fat version and it works out fine, just don't over heat if rewarming.

    Recipe #440701

    This is a nice recipe if you want something that isn't to sweet to have with a cuppa. You could use cranberries if you like.

    Recipe #440426

    leeks are in season at the moment and are very good for you so I am making the most of the good prices in the shops. This is a very nice recipe and totally vegetarian if you eat eggs that is. I like to make mine into little flans as it's easier for serving and you can get 4 small ones or 1 large from this recipe. I use low fat cheese, cream and milk and it's fine.

    Recipe #439117

    I found this on an other site I made a few changes to it as it wasn't quite right and I think this way is better. You can add more sugar if you like but I have just found out I am diabetic so I was trying to keep the sugar down I suppose you could add splenda to them but my apple sauce was made with sweet apples so I didn't need too much sugar.I use a silicone muffin mould and don't use paper cases.

    Recipe #433670

    This dish was made for the wild card ZWT#6 2010 Haddock is a popular fish in Scotland and is not too expensive. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #427062

    Avery nice warming stew Posted for ZWT#6 2010

    Recipe #424657

    This soup is a nice light with a bit of a bite, It's quick and can be on the table in no time. Posted for ZWT#6 2010

    Recipe #423896

    Shakshouka (shakshoka, chakchouka, shak-shouka, shak shouka) is a Tunisian and Israeli dish made of cooked tomatoes, peppers, spices and eggs. It is very similar to the Turkish dish Menemen and to the Latin American breakfast dish huevos rancheros. In Israeli cuisine, the dish is made of eggs, tomatoes, and onions or garlic. Shakshouka is typically eaten with a pita, like many other Middle Eastern dishes, or with white bread that is dipped in it. Posted for ZWT#6

    Recipe #423828

    Red cabbage and pork are natural partners. The sweetness of the cabbage really complements the juicy savoury flavour of the pork roast. Posted for ZWT#6 2010

    Recipe #423823

    I have not made this but I hope to soon. Posted for ZWT#6 2010

    Recipe #423815

    This is a typically English dessert to have on a nice sunny day sitting in the garden. Go on you deserve it. I got this recipe from a girl at work I think she was hoping that I would make them for her. I think I will.

    Recipe #423652

    These are sweet and tasty. Have as a sweet breakfast or a warm dessert. Posted for ZWT#6

    Recipe #423294

    A tagine is the Moroccan equivalent of a stew, usually fragrant with spices and often piquant with preserved lemon. The name also refers to the earthenware dish with a conical-shaped lid that the dish is usually cooked in but you can cook this in a pan on the stove top also, you will have more evaporation than with a tagine, so add the other 1/2 cup of water if you need it

    Recipe #423292

    This is a recipe that we had a lot when we were kids, it was a very popular dish and very cheap. we had ours with boiled potatoes, and a spoonful of the lard it was cooked in. That's all changed now as the lard wasn't good for your arteries. but we did like it. I live in Scotland and we had a lot of scandinavian recipes, as the fishermen traveled far and wide, and herring was in abundance sadly today it's a diferent story it's in very short supply now, and very expensive. You can just use the one kind of oatmeal if you like.

    Recipe #423191

    This is so so quick and easy you will have it ready in no time, it's great when unexpected guests visit. Serve with potato crisps or little crackers.

    Recipe #423189

    This recipe comes from a book that was created for charity between all the churches in our town and surrounding towns. The lady that this recipe belongs to is a member at the Baptist church but all nominations gave there favourite recipes, I thought this one was a bit different. If you don't like wine in your food just replace it with stock the amount is 1/2 of a bottle.

    Recipe #423186

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