|Forbidden Foods Diabetic Cooking|
|by Joyce L. Hendley|
This groundbreaking new cookbook dispels the myths about diabetes and "forbidden foods" by showing people how they can incorporate into their meal...
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Cream butter and cream cheese in a medium mixing bowl; beat until fluffy. Add flour, then mix well. Roll dough to 1/8-inch thickness on a lightly ...
In a saucepan, ... dozen. NOTE: You can also use jam, preserves or canned pie filling for the kolache filling. Just add melted butter to jam and mix well.
In a cup, ... with butter while kolaches are still hot. ... dried prunes. Cook, drain, pit and mash. Add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon and sugar to taste. Mix well.
PRUNE OR APRICOT ... filling to each Kolache. CHEESE FILLING: ... coconut Mix in order given and put on top of Kolaches as you do the prunes and apricots.
Mix milk and ... if desired. Serves 6. Mix milk with powdered sugar. Stir until a thick, pourable consistency. Slowly pour frosting over cooled Kolaches.
In a small ... greased cookie sheets. Kolaches can be frozen ... coarse meal. Sprinkle topping over fruit and cheese kolaches. Combine and blend thoroughly.
Soften yeast and ... top of each kolache before baking. (Enough ... For Prunes: Remove pits before sieving. Add rind, cloves and allspice to puree and mix.
The dough needs ... flour will make kolaches tough.) Let rise ... purchase ready made poppy seed filling, apricot and prune. More expensive but delicious.
Pinch off pieces ... with a pastry rush, place a thin coating of butter over each Kolache. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes or until light brown.
Mix and let ... fruit or cheese kolaches, see recipes ... topping put 1 1/2 cups flour, 1 cup sugar, 5 tablespoons of melted butter. Mash (mix) until crumbly.
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