|Diabetic Dream Desserts|
|by Sandra Woodruff|
You can still have your cake and eat it, too, with this new edition of a bestselling dessert book for diabetics.
Tip: Try tapioca pudding for more results.
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In a large microwave-safe bowl with ... for 13-15 minutes. Tapioca should be boiling. ... cools. Cover and refrigerate. Makes 6 servings, 137 calories each.
Tapioca can be served ... Cool 20 minutes. Pudding thickens as it ... melt before cooking. Microwave Preparation: Prepare as ... servings (1/2 cup each).
Mix together tapioca, milk, 1/3 ... inverted bowl in microwave. Cook on ... beating until mixture forms soft peaks. Fold into pudding. Serve warm or chilled.
Measure milk into ... 1/4 cup sugar, tapioca, salt and ... in fruit into parfait glasses. You can use strawberries or bananas and top with cooked mixture.
Combine milk, 1/4 cup sugar, tapioca, salt, vanilla ... with rotary beater. Microwave for 8 minutes ... Fold egg whites into pudding. Serve warm or cold.
Combine egg yolk, ... salt, milk and tapioca in 1 1/2 ... in oven and microwave 8 to 10 ... Fold tapioca mixture into meringue carefully. Stir in vanilla.
In large microwave safe bowl, with ... high, 100%, uncovered for 13 minutes. Tapioca should be boiling. Beat until smooth. Cover and refrigerate to thicken.
Drain juice from fruit. Take 3 cups liquid, mix with puddings. Microwave 8 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes. Add fruit. Cool 3 hours.
Drain juice from ... juice to both pudding mixes and microwave on High for ... fruits and bananas. You may also add other fruits if desired. Stir and chill.
In 2 or 3 quart covered casserole. Microwave (high) stew meat ... salt, pepper and tapioca. Stir to ... minutes. Don't lift the lid. Don't stir. Don't peek.
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