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    I found this recipe on iVillage. It's great for all that summer fruit and makes a very "gourmet" breakfast without too much effort.

    Recipe #62640

    A guilt-free indulgence for those on the South Beach Diet (any phase!) or low-carb diets. This is tasty enough for your non-dieting friends and family members, too (there's no "sugar-free" taste or aftertaste). The ginger gives it a little kick, and you can experiment with different spices and Jello flavors. This is my favorite low-carb dessert so far. I've listed the refrigeration time as cooking time. (Courtesy the Kraft South Beach Diet website.)

    Recipe #117635

    This is from Everyday Food and generally gets inhaled wherever I bring it. It's pretty fast to throw together as written, but it even works well with bagged, pre-shredded cheese of just about any variety. This is delicious made ahead and refrigerating until you're ready for it.

    Recipe #470516

    This layer cake is easy, tasty, and attractive. Feel free to substitute different citrus elements (perhaps lemon or lime zest instead of orange). Adapted from the Spring 2005 issue of Kraft Food & Family.

    Recipe #113997


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