This is a recipe from Friendly Food Recipes for Life by Royal Prince Albert Hospital Allergy Unit. This dough produces a very acceptable bread roll. It has a bagel-like crust and chewy texture. Potato rolls can be frozen. Wrape them in foil to reheat in oven. Original recipe did not give a quanity for salt, so not sure if this is the correct amount.
I thought I would post this, as none of the Zaar shortbread recipes show up under GF. This recipe comes from the Chelsea Sugar website, as they are now using maize cornflour for their icing sugar base. Any GF icing sugar will do.
I think I found this yummy dessert in a magazine somewhere. If you're going to make it for more than 3 people, make two, people always come back for seconds. Serve with a dollop of lightly whipped cream, or greek style yoghurt. Don't use a larger pie plate, slightly smaller would be even better.
This is from a 1995 book called "The Best Low-Fat, No-Sugar Bread Machine Cookbook Ever" by Madge Rosenberg. Using non fat milk powder, and mince prunes instead of sugar this bread per 1 ounce serving is 71 calories, .3 gm fat, .1 mg Cholesterol, 4% Calories from Fat. This receipe is for a 1 1/2 pound loaf. Cooking time depends on your bread machine.
I have been looking for low fat, low points bread to make at home and found this 1995 book at the library called "The Best Low-Fat, No-Sugar Bread Machine Cookbook Ever" by Madge Rosenberg. Per serving it is 133 calories, .7gm Fat, 0 mg Cholesterol, 4% Calories from Fat. These turned out just great - like the real thing. Much cheaper than buying them.
This is a WW recipe from the Jan/Feb 2003 WW magazine. I have made this dessert several times - it's a lovely light weight dessert that has always had compliments from non WW guests. Apricot or peach halves could be used in place of the pears. Next time I make it, I will try it with Splenda instead of sugar.
This is from Sept/Oct 2004 WW magazine. I have a friend on WW coming for a birthday dinner, so this will be her birthday cake. Each serve is 2 1/2 pts. I am going to replace 1/2 cup sugar with Splenda, and reduce cocoa to 1/4 cup to further reduce the points.
This recipe is from BHG Low Fat Food 1995. The whole recipe is 8 1/2 points, and serves 6 - that's 1 1/2 points per serve. Tastes as good as the WW Instant Chocolate Pudding sachet dessert. I have used Splenda instead of sugar to keep the points low. Whole recipe has 1 gm fat.
I've adapted this recipe to suit my Weight Watchers Points Plan. The chickpeas can be replaced with meat, beans or pasta, but only to the same value (3 points). Use a sugar free canned tomato soup concentrate if you can. The whole recipe is only 5 points. This soup is ideal for freezing. I freeze it in one person lunch size portions so I can take it out and microwave it for lunch instead of eating rubbish. It is very filling and satisfying with a wholegrain roll.
For Christmas this year I was given a bottle of Baxter's Mediterranean Chutney - the jar lasted 3 days - it was so good. As they listed all the ingredients on the jar I thought I'd have a go at imitating it. Don't be put off by the amount of sugar, when it was first made, it tasted too sweet, but the flavour settled down to 'just right' after it had been in the jar for a few days. I think you can be reasonably liberal with the amounts of vegetables, but I have given what I put in my mixture.
Unless fruit cake is not to your liking, I haven't served this dish yet and not had gushing compliments for it. It is a cross between a christmas cake/christmas pudding, but is served as a slice. I make mine in a 20cm ceramic fluted flan dish. If using a metal flan dish, be careful you don't burn the bottom. Served warm with whipped cream - mouthalicious!!!!
I tried this recipe from a friend last night - divine in pita bread. Play around with the vegetables and spices to suit your taste. I guess a low fat version could be made with coconut cream or low fat evaporated milk. Watch the cream - it can burn easily to the bottom.
This is a very refreshing salad than can be used as a relish also. One of my kids favourite dinners is salad, corn fritters and this recipe as a relish on the fritters. It is a lovely combination of flavours and well worth the draining time for the cucumbers. Chilling time is not included in preparation and cooking time.