|Type 2 Diabetes Desserts Cookbook, The|
|by Charles L. Chavez|
With easy-to-make recipes, even people with Type 2 diabetes can enjoy homemade pies, cakes, cookies, breads, and other delicious desserts.
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Preheat oven to ... Melt 1/2 cup chocolate chips, cool. Cut ... water until fluffy. Spread over bars. Quarter remaining cookies, garnish bars with cookies.
Melt shortening and chocolate together over low ... thoroughly. Top with mint frosting and chill. ... chill. Yields 48 bars. Combine and ... evenly. Cover to store.
Beat sugar, butter, ... fluffy. Mix in chocolate syrup, salt, flour, ... (To get thinner bars, use a ... chocolate chips and 8 tablespoons butter). 36 servings.
Beat all ingredients ... in pan. Spread Mint Cream Center on ... and chill. Pour Chocolate Topping over chilled bar. Cover; chill at least 1 hour before serving.
Mix first 5 ... together well. Spread on first layer of cooled chocolate bars. Chill. Melt the butter and chips together and spread over mint layer and cool.
Melt chocolate and shortening together. ... together and spread gently over cold frosting. Cool well until glaze hardens. Cut into small bars or squares.
Bake brownies according ... the box. Chill bars. MINT FROSTING: Mix all ... on bars. Chill. CHOCOLATE GLAZE: Melt chocolate ... covered. Cool. Cut into bars.
Heat oven to ... Cool completely. Spread mint cream layer on cake - chill. Pour chocolate topping over dessert - cover and chill. Beat until smooth. Stir.
Mix cake ingredients ... Combine ingredients for mint mix and spread ... For glaze, melt chocolate and butter together. ... into squares. Can be frozen.
Melt chocolate and butter, cool. ... Spread on cooled bars. Melt chocolate ... some red colored sugar and sprinkle over the top. It becomes very festive.
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