|The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic|
|by Mary Abbot Hess|
A guide to meeting the diet needs of diabetics features chapters on fats, fiber, and noncaloric sweeteners, food-exchange listings, medically appr...
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Cream butter and ... vanilla. Combine dry pudding mix with above ... add gradually. Mix chocolate chips into dough; ... brown. Let the cookies cool on the ... for the chocolate chips.
Place crushed cookies in the bottom ... cookies. Mix vanilla pudding, chocolate pudding and milk. ... mixture. Top with whipped topping and cookie crumbs.
Mix pudding and milk and ... Whip. Crush the cookies in a blender ... cookie crumb "dirt". Bury the gummy worms throughout the mixture - just push them in.
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Put pudding mix and baking ... lightly browned. Remove cookies from cookie sheet ... cookies. (From Jello Cooking With Kids)
Mix flour, soda, ... sugars, and vanilla until creamy, beat in eggs. Add flour mixture, then pudding mix. Stir in chips. Drop on ungreased cookie sheet.
Mix flour and ... butter, the sugars, pudding mix and vanilla ... and soda mixture, chocolate chips and nuts. ... 8 to 10 minutes. Makes about 10 dozen.
Combine butter, sugars, vanilla and dry pudding in bowl. Beat ... 8-10 minutes. Hint: For chocolate lovers chocolate chips cookies, use chocolate pudding.
Note: Pudding mix can be butter pecan, butterscotch, chocolate, milk chocolate, ... inches apart. Bake at 375 degrees 8-10 minutes. Makes about 7 dozen.
Mix flour and ... sugars, vanilla and pudding mix. Beat until ... 8-10 minutes. For chocolate - chocolate chip cookies, substitute chocolate instant pudding. About 7 dozen.
Mix flour with ... Combine butter, sugars, pudding mix and extracts ... Bake at 375 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes. These chocolate chip cookies are delicious.
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