|The Type 2 Diabetes Desserts Cookbook|
|by Lois M. Soneral|
The author of "The Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook" shows that with some simple modifications and adjustments, diabetics can enjoy pies, cakes, cookies a...
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Add first 3 ... degrees. Take off stove; add mint flavoring and stir. Sprinkle powdered sugar on an oblong pan. Pour candy. Let stand for a second and cut.
Remove from pan ... two layers. Drizzle mint syrup over bottom ... cream alternately until you make as much as you want. This icing is a basic cake icing.
Use a hammer to smash peppermint candies into smaller pieces. With food processor running and steel blade inserted, drop peppermint candies into food ...
Place candy in a heavy ... Store in an airtight container. To serve, combine 1/4 cup cocoa mix and 3/4 cup boiling water, stir well. Yield: 2 1/4 cups mix.
Place candy in a heavy ... cup boiling water; stir well. Yield 2 1/4 cups mix. To make mocha flavored hot cocoa mix add 1/2 cup instant coffee granules.
In blender, finely crush 2 hard peppermint candies. Add ... Spoon 2 tablespoons mix into cup and add 3/4 cup boiling water. Stir and garnish as desired.
Place candy in a heavy ... boiling water; stir well. Yield: 2 1/4 cup mix. NOTE: To make Mocha flavored hot cocoa mix, add 1/2 cup instant coffee granules.
Put all in ... blended. Use 1 tablespoon in 6 ounces boiling water. Top with whipped cream, if desired. For extra mint flavor, stir with peppermint stick.
Put all ingredients ... well. If desired, serve with a dollop of whipped cream. For extra mint flavor. Serve each mug with a peppermint stick. 14 servings.
Put sugar, coffee creamer, coffee, and peppermint candies in electric blender. Cover and process at liquefy until well blended. Use 1 level ...
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