Jean Anderson's Sin-Free Desserts: 150 Delicious Low-Cholesterol Desserts

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Doubleday, 1991 - Cooking - 195 pages
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By substituting low-fat, low-cholesterol ingredients for butter, eggs, and heavy cream, sinful favorites like Coeur a la Creme, Chocolate Souffle, and Black Forest Cake are brought within the realm of the calorie-conscious as well as those watching their cholesterol intake. No recipe contains more than 35 milligrams of cholesterol per serving. Full-color photographs.

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Jean Anderson's sin free desserts: 150 low-cholesterol desserts; foreword by Allen W. Mead; preface by Barbara B. Deskins; photographs by Dennis Galante; food styling by Dora Jonassen

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Anderson, author/coauthor of numerous books, including The New Doubleday Cookbook (Doubleday, 1990. rev. ed.), now offers her contribution to the burgeoning low-cholesterol, lowfat genre; most of her ... Read full review

About the author (1991)

Anderson has a B.A. in art from California State University at Long Beach. She was the typesetter, illustrator and editor of the first edition of Stretching. She also designs, hand-dyes and knits multi-colored wool hats.

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