|Diabetic Cooking for Seniors|
|by Kathleen Stanley|
An innovative cookbook for older people with diabetesAs people get older, their dietary needs and physical abilities change.
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Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Beat in cream cheese until smooth. Stir ... and chill until set. Try other gelatin flavors and other types of canned fruit.
Dissolve Jello into ... and mix. Add cream cheese to blender. Pour ... mix. Pour into 9"x13" dish. Chill. NOTE: May substitute mandarin oranges for mangoes.
Mix pretzels, butter, ... aside to cool. Cream the sour cream, cream cheese, and 1 ... the top. Spread fruit mixture over the ... nuts. Refrigerate. Serves 15.
Drain fruit cocktail, reserving juice. ... gelatin slowly into cream cheese and cinnamon; beating ... hours. Unmold. Makes about 5 1/3 cups or 10 servings.
Mix cheese with the drained ... in the whip cream until all is mixed completely. Fold in fruit cocktail, pineapple chunks, ... with chopped walnuts on top.
Blend softened cream cheese, fruit, marshmallows and ... and fold into mixture. Let chill. This makes a large bowl full. I usually make just 1/2 recipe.
Drain fruit cocktail and pineapple. Thin cream cheese with 1-2 tablespoons milk (or fruit juice). Mix all ingredients with cream cheese. Chill.
Combine appropriate amount of cream cheese with powdered sugar, ... of mixed fresh fruit as dressing. Chill ... enough for several salads, and will last a long time.
Beat cream cheese, mayonnaise, and syrup. Add pineapple, bananas, and strawberries. Whip cream and sugar then fold in above mixture. Pour in tray and freeze.
Dissolve Jello in hot fruit juice. Blend in softened cream cheese. Add mayonnaise and fruit cocktail. Fold ... cream, put in mold or pan of your choice.
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