|Betty Crocker's Easy Entertaining|
|by Betty Crocker|
Features recipes presented in thirty-two inventive seasonal menus for dinner parties, holiday celebrations, and many other occasions, with ideas f...
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Beat all ingredients 2 minutes, medium speed. Spread in greased 9x13 pan. Bake 350 degrees, 25 minutes. Beat until well mixed. Enough frosting for 2 ...
Preheat oven to ... - cool. Combine applesauce, eggs, sugar ... chips over the top and spread evenly when melted. Cool and cut into 2x1 inch bars. Makes 36.
Developed for diabetics, ... in raisins and applesauce. Spread in ... cut into 24 bars. Serving Amount: ... Protein 2 gm. Fat 2 gm. Fiber trace. Sodium 57 mg.
Heat oven to ... soda, salt, butter, applesauce, vanilla and ... Sprinkle with powered sugar if desired. Cut into about 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 inch bars. 2 dozen bars.
Cream sugar and ... one egg and applesauce. Add flour, ... minutes. Melt over low flame: Boil 1 minute and cool. Add powdered sugar until right to spread.
Heat oven to ... fluffy. Beat in applesauce, molasses and ... toothpick comes out clean. Cool. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. Makes 48 bars. 1 bar = 80 calories.
Combine sugar and applesauce. Add shortening ... all ingredients and sprinkle over top. Bake 350 degrees, 30 minutes. Cool, cut into bars. Yield 32 bars.
Cream butter in ... in raisins and applesauce. Spread mixture ... Cut into 24 bars. Each Serving ... grams. Fat: 2 grams. Fiber: trace. Sodium: 57 milligrams.
Cream shortening and ... beaten egg and applesauce. Sift flour, ... cool, cut in bars. Boil together ... powdered sugar so it spreads easily. May be frozen.
Blend sugar and applesauce (may use sweetened ... Cool and cut into bars. Note: Store in airtight container to keep fresh. Otherwise they dry out quickly.
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