Low-Fat Ways to Cook Desserts
Susan M. McIntosh
Oxmoor House, 1995 - Cooking - 144 pages
You've finally decided to cut back on fat, and you've been successful up to now--your entree, vegetable, and even bread have all contained less than 30 percent fat. But then comes dessert--your favorite part of the meal. Is there a way to make healthy, low-fat desserts that taste good? Welcome to 'Low-Fat Ways to Cook Desserts-'-a collection of recipes that will satisfy your sweet tooth without sacrificing your resolutions.
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