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    I found this recipe in a holiday hand-out. Not a diabetic pie, but it looked sooo good. Maybe a potluck at church kinda pie?? Who knows. Try it...Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #151747

    Mom only makes this for two reasons: Christmas or by my special request when I'm having a bad run of it. It is delish and even has a special treat - a "smidgin" of whiskey. This is thick and I'm sure that if you're not used to this kind of a drink that you might not like it the first time you try it. It's not eggnog, nor anything like it.

    Recipe #151738

    I love to show off and get treats. My first momma gave me cold treats. My adoptive mom and dad (which was really my grandparents) usually feed me really expensive and good ice cream bars from the nice lady who drives that really big truck through our neighborhood. I like her a lot. I don't get to go outside much but when I do, it's usually to get a box of these or to potty. I am hoping that my momma will try this and let me taste it. It looks like it may get two paws up.

    Recipe #151685

    I love apples, Gala and Granny Smith are my two favorite. You can't catch them on sale very often and that's the only time I buy them. So, this pie is pretty special. It's also pretty special because it's a diabetic pie. The Splenda is interchangeable with sugar if you are making it for a sugar-tolerant person. To kick it up a notch (even for diabetics) drizzle with caramel sauce or serve a la mode! (NOTE TO MY DIABETIC FRIENDS: I'm still working on a sugar-free caramel ice cream topping.)

    Recipe #151531

    Me and the gals love Oreo cookies. Between us, we can eat a package in about 20 min. So, for a get-together, I came up with this for my part of the meal (we eat together every time we get together!) This big ole "cookie" is easy and inexpensive enough to make any old night of the week and appears elegant enough to be the Grande Finale of a birthday meal. Beware dieters, weight watchers, diabetics, and health food eaters, this is NOT FOR YOU...unless you just wanna splurge a bit!

    Recipe #151465

    One of the gals from college gave me this recipe. She and I used to swap out on cooking meals because we were the only ones who like to cook on our floor. I was thumbing through my recipes working on "Culinary Corner" for the easy winter soups article. It was SOOO filling and good. At the time, I thought it was different and really, I'm really leery about trying new stuff. VERY quick and easy for you Mom's who need something fast!

    Recipe #151460

    I love oranges, orange juice, orange oil (great for polishing furniture!) and just the smell. It always puts me in a fall, Christmas mood. I experienced the most wonderful thing this year at Christmas - REAL LIVE FLORIDA ORANGES! My aunt's sister, Connie, lives in FLA and has an orange tree. They are so different from the "brought ons" (what my dad calls things like the crunchy tomatoes in December) that the grocery store has. Sometimes around here, though, we get good home-grown stuff. Anyway, I still have about three left and I am going to absolutely cherish every one down to the last peel, which I'll probably freeze for later use. (Thanks for the tip in the frugal thread!) These muffins are great and really need no butter or jam, just a great cup of hot tea.

    Recipe #151151

    This year (2006), I have resolved to take better care of my diabetes. Well, actually it was more of an order from my doctor. He told me either to straighten up or find a new doctor. Big wake up call! for me because I love Todd to death. He made it possible for me to be as healthy as I am today (even though that's not as healthy as I could be). So, I have set to arrange my cookbooks, kitchen, & life to make sure that I have diabetes but it don't have me. I love pumpkin and I prefer a sweet soup to a savory one. This one works for me.

    Recipe #151149

    Autumn is the time when we typically serve pumpkin dishes, but this wonderful cake would be good year-round. It's maple flavor is also refreshing. I love maple and there's not a lot of anything out there with it in there. This cake is fancy enough to serve at a big dinner but simple enough to make for a week-night dinner.

    Recipe #150415

    Yes, yet another booze recipe from me. This one is a tribute to the bourbon ice cream that St. Joe's serves at their ice cream social every year. My friend Alan used to say you know a good Catholic from Beer, Bingo and Brats...I guess so. I'm Baptist, so I wouldn't know. However, every summer St. Joe's ice cream social is one of the biggest events in Glasgow (the town over from us) and it is the best stuff! Their peach ice cream is wonderful also. This stuff is definitely worth a try even in the winter.

    Recipe #150414

    This is a loaf cake that I hit the spot one night when I was craving Reece's peanut butter cups. It was simple and didn't sit on my counter for weeks going to waste. Pop is the only one who likes cake at their house and it even goes to waste there. My favorite indulgence is to mix chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream (any ole chocolate cake will do) and kinda make a mixed up bombe and dig in. I know..diabetics don't need all that sugar, but did I tell you it was sugar-free ice cream? Bryers is the best. So, go ahead, indulge.

    Recipe #150180

    While cleaning out my closet, I found this in an old magazine with the cover ripped off. *frown* But, the recipe is easy and the outcome is SOOOO cute for your Halloweenie display of spooky goodies.

    Recipe #150003

    Living single makes it hard for those of us who are used to cooking for a family of four. I invested in a new magazine called Cooking for 2 and LOVE IT! The recipes are for one or two folks and no leftovers to crowd my fridge. I like this one because the pork chop is not rubbery or tough to eat and the sauce can be easily multiplied to serve several people.

    Recipe #149894

    Every once in a while we have a soup and sandwich night at church. Sometimes, appetizers end up on the buffet. I found this in an old TOH and plan to try them out on the church crowd.

    Recipe #149893

    My favorite flavor Jell-o is either raspberry or cherry, I can't decide. This dessert is so easy and really cheap, that it don't matter what flavor Jello you use. I also like the shortbread crust with a twist: brown sugar! And it's fancy enough for company and cheap and easy enough for a Monday night dinner dessert. I guess that's why it's one of my favorite desserts. See my notes at the bottom about making this recipe diabetic friendly.

    Recipe #149891

    My dietitian gave me the recipe during one of my counseling sessions. I told her it was deeelish. Their dietary dept. is really good about working with what you can/can't and will/won't eat for your special diet. Even though they are a hospital, the food there is surprisingly good.

    Recipe #149627

    I'm usually not a microwave cook. The food is often rubbery when it comes out and has hot and cold spots...sometimes, it's just a no-no. This recipe is by no means my mother's, but it works for a quick game night with the neighbors. Serve with some canned breadsticks with garlic butter and a salad and you've got an extremely quick meal. You can also try different spaghetti sauces for your own flavor likings.

    Recipe #149481

    Who says you have to live off Ramen in college? This one came from my "college files" of some of my favorite recipes for the dorm. I had all the gals on my floor at my mercy because they knew I could cook. This recipe is easily halved or quartered for the number of people eating. I served with baked potatoes (do those first).

    Recipe #149429

    This came from my Southern Living magazine in an article about homemade food gifts for the holidays. I think nothing says love better than something homemade. It means you took time and thought into making someone a gift. Their suggestions for use are to toss with pasta, veggies, or popcorn, sprinkle over salads, mix with butter and baste hot baked bread with it, or use it in flour for breading chicken.

    Recipe #149428

    These are so easy and delicious. That ranchero tomato soup is new to me because I only use tomato soup to cook with. I can't eat it because the acid in tomatoes makes blisters in my mouth sometimes. But this is great! You couldn't ask for a quicker throw-it-together meal, especially if somebody drops by and I usually keep all this stuff on hand anyway.

    Recipe #149227

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