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Preheat oven to 400 degrees. To prepare crust: Combine flour, sweetener, and salt. Cut in butter. Beat egg yolk with milk. Mix into flour. Pat into a ...
Heat oven to ... place ricotta cheese, sugar and eggs; process ... 1/2 cup fruit preserves until fruit is ... strawberries, pineapple chunks, blueberries.)
1. Line a ... yogurt and confectioners' sugar in a bowl. ... base. 5. Arrange peach slices on top ... the edge. Melt preserves and brush over ... day. Makes 8 servings.
Line large strainer ... yogurt and confectioners' sugar in a bowl. ... on base. Arrange peach slices on top ... the edge. Melt preserves and brush over ... day. Makes 8 servings.
Place 1 peach half cut side ... tablespoon whipped topping. Pour sauce on peach halves. Refrigerate 2 hours. Makes 6 servings. Less than 75 calories per serving.
Line a large ... yogurt with 10x sugar and spoon into ... around edges. Melt preserves and brush over ... center. 8 servings each 369 calories. 7 grams fat.
Heat oven to ... cracker crumbs. Mix sugar and cornstarch in ... mixer speed to low, add cream ... for a glaze to make them shiny and plump. Servings: 12
Drain fruit and ... pints. Variation: Fresh peach or apricot butter. ... until soft. Add sugar when cooked (using ... of jam or preserves used to simmer ... cooking overnight on Low with the cover ... chutney, or fruit butter.
Combine beef broth, peach preserves, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, and salt. ... and cook on LOW setting for 8 ... Serve over ribs and noodles.
Mix fruit and sugar. Allow to ... mixture to a low boil, reduce heat ... 1 pint brandy may be added. Makes about 7-9 pints (depends on size of peaches).
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