|How to Cook for People with Diabetes|
|by American Diabetes Association|
Proper cooking techniques to help people with diabetes and those who cook for them spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying their meals.
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1ST LAYER: Mix ... spread on baked pastry. 3RD LAYER: ... remaining carton of Cool Whip and spread grated Hershey bar on top. Chill 3 to 5 hours before serving.
Mix this together ... slightly before adding topping. Spread this mixture over the pastry crust; then spread 2 cans cherry pie filling over this. Refrigerate.
Part I Part II Part I: Cut butter into flour; add water. mix and shape into ball. Divide, making 2 equal parts. Spread each part on a cookie sheet to ...
Line a 10-inch ... pan 7"x11"x2" with pastry rolled out about ... slow (325°F.) until berries are cooked through, about 20 minutes. Serve warm. (Serves 5)
A dessert you can completely ... serve it. Roll pastry to fit 12-inch ... more. Cool slightly. spoon over arranged fruit. Chill well. Makes 10 servings.
Thinly slice bananas; ... bottom of baked pastry shell. Stir strawberry ... Spread thawed whipped dessert topping over ice ... cool. Makes 2 cups sauce.
In small mixing bowl combine dessert mix and instant ... cream, and carefully fold into prepared filling. Pile into baked shell and chill for 3 to 4 hours.
Cook onion in ... stir until thick and bubbly. Add cubed chicken or turkey and mixed vegetables. Heat until bubbly again. Pour over individual Pastry Puffs.
Combine sugar, cornstarch, ... constantly. Cool. Bake pastry shells according to ... whipped cream or dessert topping. Makes 12 ... peaches and peach gelatin.)
Crush 1 cup ... berries in baked pastry shell. Spoon glaze ... pie or individual pieces. This pie should not be made more than a half day before serving.
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