|GI in Your Pocket|
|by Dr. Barbara Wilson|
Increasing public attention is being paid to the Glycemic Index, which rates how quickly carbohydrates affect blood sugar levels: low GI foods kee...
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Combine sugar, butter and milk in medium saucepan. Bring to a rolling boil, stir constantly. Boil 10 minutes over low heat. Remove from heat, stir ...
Combine in saucepan. Melt the butter first, then add the milk and sugar. Bring to a full boil, stirring occasionally. Boil hard for 5 minutes.
Combine sugar, milk ... melted. Add crumbs, vanilla, flour and ... - very rich fudge. This came ... great aunt, Vie, who brought some to every Christmas.
Combine sugar, milk ... occasionally. blend in chocolate chips, flour, cracker crumbs, nuts and vanilla. Mix well. Pour ... pan, cool and cut in squares.
Mix in saucepan the sugar, butter and evaporated milk. Bring to full rolling boil; stirring constantly. Add rest of ingredients. Spread in ...
Combine in saucepan ... crumbs, walnuts, and vanilla. Spread in ... halves, one for each piece. Cool, for faster setting, refrigerate. Makes 40 pieces. GOOD!
Combine sugar, mil, vanilla, and butter ... Spread in well buttered 12 x 8 inch pan. Top with walnut halves. Cool and cut into squares. Yield: 40 pieces.
Combine sugar, milk ... heat. Add chocolate chips, cracker crumbs, flour, nuts and vanilla. Mix. Spread in buttered 12x8 inch pan. Cool and cut into squares.
Combine sugar, butter, ... crackers, walnuts, and vanilla. Spread in ... chips to 2 cups or add 1/4 cup cocoa to the evaporated milk mixture before cooking.
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