|Low Cholesterol Cuisine|
|by Anne Lindsay|
More than two hundred healthy and hearty recipes provide for everything from appetizers to desserts; offer tips on low-fat, low-cholesterol, and l...
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Crust on bottom, 1/2 pudding and cool whip, sprinkle 2nd mix of crust, 1/2 pudding, mix blueberries.
Mix graham crackers, ... over crust. Topping: Spoon blueberry pie filling over pie. Refrigerate 24 hours. Can also use cherry pie filling or strawberry.
Tear cake into ... and vanilla. Add Cool Whip then fold cake into mixture. Pour into 9x13 dish. Pour blueberry pie filling on top. Refrigerate overnight.
Line a 9 inch square pan with graham crackers. Prepare pudding mix as directed, let stand 5 minutes. Then blend in Cool Whip. Spread half of this ...
Mix graham cracker ... to the whipped cream in mixer and mix. Spread this mix on top of crackers and top with blueberry pie filling. Chill for six hours.
Tear cake into ... inch pan. Spread blueberry pie filling on ... mixture. Must refrigerate overnight or 12 hours. Can be used with any kind of pie filling.
Mix flour, nuts ... Whip. Pour into crust and put in refrigerator until set, about 20 minutes. Pour blueberry pie filling on top. Then top with Cool Whip.
Melt butter and ... cheese and sugar together then fold in Cool Whip. Spoon on top of crust. Spread 1 can of blueberry pie mix on top. Chill until cool.
Combine crust ingredients ... 15-20 minutes and then cool. Combine filling ingredients and spread over crust. Top with a can of blueberry pie filling. Cool.
Combine graham cracker ... one hour. Spread blueberry pie filling over chilled ... refrigerate uncovered for two hours. Serve topped with whipped cream.
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