|The Food Pyramid (True Books)|
|by Joan Kalbacken|
Introduces the food pyramid, describing each level in detail, and discusses nutrition, serving sizes, snacking, and the benefits of healthy eating.
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Mix all ingredients except Sure-jell and Jello; let come to a boil. Cook 30 minutes. Add Sure-jell. Cook 5 minutes more. Remove from from heat add ...
Pit apricots, but do ... heat; skim off foam with metal spoon. Stir and skim 5 minutes to cool slightly and prevent floating fruit. Put in sterilized jars.
Boil apricots, pineapple and sugar for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in Jello.
Peel and shred ... 6 minutes. Add apricot Jello, boil 6 ... into freezer. This jelly is delicious and a good way to use the extra squash in the summertime.
Add: 2 bxs. apricot jelly Stir well. Add: Refrigerate. Freezes well. Can use any combination, such as strawberry jello and pie filling.
Drain 1 (#2 1/2) can apricots and 1 (#2) ... temperature. Fold in 1 (8 oz.) container Cool Whip. Spread over gelatin. Sprinkle with almonds. Chill well.
Beat yolks with ... 1 pound dried apricots into coarse pieces. ... you roll. Set with seam side down. Cut in slices crosswise. Jam can be canned or frozen.
Bring zucchini and ... minutes. Add next ingredients. Boil 1 minute (rolling boil). Pour in jars and seals. You can substitute raspberry Jelly, if you wish.
Cook zucchini for 5 minutes; drain. Add sugar, water, lemon juice and pineapple. Cook for 30 minutes more. Add Jello. Stir until dissolved. Pour into ...
Sift dry ingredients ... dough with Solo apricot filling or prune jelly. On a ... color. When cool, cut into 2 inch pieces and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
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