|Top 200 Low Fat Recipes|
|by Judith Wills|
People want to cook in a low-fat, healthy way - but they don't want low-fat recipes that appear too worthy or obviously healthy, too dull or taste...
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Extra fine sugar ... creamy texture. This whipped topping is especially good ... it can just be dished with a spoon as you would Cool Whip. Makes 2 cups.
Mix graham cracker ... in refrigerator for about 1 hour. Top with Cool Whip. Sprinkle with remaining crumbs. Place back in refrigerator for about 4 hours.
In a bowl, ... slightly thickened. Fold whipped topping into gelatin mixture. ... refrigerate for 4 to 24 hours. Garnish with cherries. Makes 8 servings.
Mix as directed on box. Cook over low heat until partially thick. Pour in bowl and cool. Mix 1 cup Cool Whip with above mixture and spread over Jello.
Make Jello according to ... Add oranges and pineapple. When partially set add sliced bananas. Fold in pudding and spread on top of Jello after it is set.
Soften gelatin in ... until very thick and light. Serve on fresh fruit. Topping can be stored in refrigerator or can be frozen. Makes 2 cups of topping.
Mix sugar and ... with electric mixer, on high speed, until soft peaks form, 3 minutes. Refrigerate until ready to serve. (Stir before using.) Makes 3 cups.
Place ice water in a small bowl. Gradually beat in milk powder at High speed until soft peaks form. Gently fold in lemon juice and sugar substitute. ...
Chill bowl and ... Beat until stiff. Add sugar and vanilla. Serve immediately. Makes 2 tablespoons per serving; free, no exchanges. Contains 12 calories.
Place small bowl and beaters in refrigerator to chill. Pour evaporated skim milk into freezer container; freeze until slushy. Spoon into chilled ...
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