I remember once we tried a recipe for ham in cola. Now I've never liked cola at all, but this recipe assured us that it was delicious even if you didn't like cola, so we gave it a go.
Never again. It was just sticky and sickly sweet. And this was long before we'd ever heard of primal.
Somebody posted a recipe on facebook the other day that was for "2-ingredient strawberry fudge," aka an entire can of artificially flavored strawberry frosting mixed with a big bag of melted white chocolate chips. Talk about sugar overload. Makes me want to gag just thinking about it.
Not just sugar overload, but fat overload, most of it trans.
Well, darn. Now I'm thinking about the last time I made French buttercream, and how good it would taste if mixed with melted and cooled 90% chocolate.
Umm.... this is low in sugar with 10 butterfingers, cake. cool whip? Is it also low in fat?
Butterfinger Dessert -Weight Watchers =easy and low in sugar
1 (10") prepared angel food cake, cut into 1' cubes
1 ( 1 oz.) package of sugar free, fat free butterscotch pudding mix
1 1/2 cups skim milk
2 ( 8 oz. ) containers of cool whip FREE, thawed
10 fun-sized butterfingers candy bars, crushed ( I used mini food processor)
1. Spray 9 x 13" pan with cooking spray. Arrange half the angel food cake cubes in bottom of pan.
2. In large bowl, combine the pudding mix with skim milk. Whisk until starting to thicken. Fold in both containers of cool whip FREE.
3. Pour half the "fluff" mixture over the cubed angel food cake in pan. Top with half the crushed butterfinger candies. Repeat with rest of cake, fluff and candy. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour before serving, or overnight. Enjoy!
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