Fruit Cocktail Cobbler
This dessert would be great if served with some sugar free vanilla ice cream but dont forget to count the extra calories.
If your goal is to make the dreamiest desserts around, make sure you stir in the love along with the rest of the ingredients! I admit it, I am one of those millions of people who show there love with food. Of course, I do it with my tastiest healthiest versions of my family favorites!
Here is something I’ve learned over the years of creating more desserts recipes than I ever thought possible: When you think about the people who are to eat and enjoy what you’re preparing, it makes the process extra special. I’ve never made a peach pie or cobbler with out thoughts of my kids warming my soul, and each time I open a can of pineapples, I can almost feel there presence while I’m working on a dessert dish.
I’m proud to share my love through food prepared in a particularly healthy way. But just because I made a healthy pie for someone I love doesn’t mean I’m pushing a healthy way of life down anyone’s throat because when I serve my healthy dessert I do a “plate patrol” or watch what everyone eats with a eagle eye and I do like considering family members and employees favorite flavors before creating a new dish I want them to try. Picture your love ones, imagine their pleasure in every mouthful then stir the dish just for them!
Enclosed with this article is a recipe for a healthy dessert just try it on your family and friends and comment on how you really liked it or disliked it, I really think you will be amazed on tasty it was and it will make you want more.
Now the recipe for this dessert is things you get right from your favorite shopping place that you go for food
Fruit Cocktail Cobbler
1-1/2 cups Bisques reduced fat Baking Mix
2 Tablespoons Pourable Sugar Twin
1 Tablespoon + 1Teaspoon reduce calorie margarine, melted
½ Cup Skim Milk
2 Cups 1 16 ounce of fruit cocktail, packed in fruit juice untrained
Preheat oven to 400 degrees; spray a 9 by 9 inch cake pan with butter flavored cooking spray. In a large bowl, combine baking mix and sugar twin. Add skim milk and melted margarine, mix well to combine. Spread mixture evenly over top of batter. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Place cake pan on a wire rack and let cool for at least 10 minutes. Cut in to 8 servings. Good warm or cold
Each serving equals:
HE:1 bread, ½ fruit, 9 optional calories
122 calories, 2gm fat, 2gm, protein, 24gm carbohydrate, 283mg sodium, 48mg calcium. 1gm fiber.
Diabetic:1starch/carbohydrate, ½ fruit.
The Handicapped Chef, Carlton Haynes is owner of Triple H Catering and Consulting service and Daddy Gusters B.B.Q Inc. for more information E-mail us email@example.com
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