|Quick Cooking for Diabetes|
|by Louise Blair|
Diet plays a major role in controlling diabetes and reducing the risk of developing long term complications.
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Sprinkle dry Jello over cottage cheese. Stir in Cool Whip. Add fruit. Refrigerate for a couple of hours.
Drain well the ... cottage cheese, and jello (do NOT dilute ... You may dress up the recipe by adding crushed walnuts, mini marshmallows, and/or cherries.
Mix dry Jello and cottage cheese. Add pineapple. Fold in Cool Whip. Chill and serve.
Mix above ingredients together; chill and serve.
Dissolve Jello (dry) in cottage ... peaches OR mixed fruit Jello and bananas OR red raspberry Jello and small container of frozen red raspberries (thawed).
May add fruit (I used orange Jello so I diced up 3-4 Temple oranges, drained and added them). Stir it up - refrigerate. That all!!
Mix Jello into Cool Whip. Mix well. Add cottage cheese. Stir well. Add pineapple and oranges. Refrigerate.
Drain pineapple, save juice. Mix Jello using juice and ... in Cool Whip, pineapple and cottage cheese. Put into serving bowl or mold and chill until set.
Combine cottage cheese and dry Jello. Add pineapple ... Jello, add orange Jello and 1 large can of mandarin oranges in place of lime Jello and pineapple.
Mix dry Jello and other ingredients, chill. May use other flavors of Jello and other fruits.
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