|The Fat Counter (3rd Revised Edition)|
|by Jo-Ann Heslin|
Explaining why the reduction of fat is an essential part of weight reduction and improved overall health, a saturated fat count guide provides mor...
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Beat 2 minutes. Bake 30 minutes. Use 9 x 13 inch pan. Mix together. Then fold in 9 ounce Cool Whip.
Mix graham crackers, ... pan. Mix 2 eggs, cream cheese, ... until stiff peaks form. Add to pumpkin mixture. Pour into crust and let cool. Top with Cool Whip.
Mix cracker crumbs ... butter, vanilla and egg together until fluffy. ... Whip on top of last layer of fruit. Decorate with chopped nuts. Keep refrigerated.
Beat together with egg beater or electric ... in refrigerator. NOTE: dessert is very rich, ... Somewhat like bars or rich dessert. Good for luncheon dessert.
Mix all but ... yolks of the eggs with 1 cup ... down with my hands into the bottom and sides of the pan or baking dish. This makes the crust more firm.
Soften gelatin in ... hot water. Separate eggs. Beat yolks; ... custard; add remaining custard. Refrigerate 24 hours. Top with whipped cream and strawberries.
Combine egg white with coffee ... cherry. Freeze. This dessert tastes like very ... this step is essential for a good dessert. (It's worth the trouble!)
Whip cream, place in refrigerator. Combine egg whites, sugar, lemon ... cream quickly. Sprinkle one cup crumbs in ... to serve. Cut in squares to serve.
In a small ... butter, vanilla, 2 eggs until smooth. Fold ... pressing in slightly. Freeze at least 2 hours. Remove from freezer 15 minutes before serving.
Cream sugar and butter; add eggs and vanilla. Beat, ... dates. Pour into 9 x 13 inch pan and bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Cool and cut into bars.
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