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eBook Fancy, sweet sugarfree ePub

by Karen E Barkie

  • ISBN: 0312281633
  • Category: Baking
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Karen E Barkie
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (1985)
  • Pages: 173
  • ePub book: 1477 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1883 kb
  • Other: docx lrf mobi doc
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 654

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Fancy, sweet & sugarfree Paperback – 1985. It ranks fruit by sugar content, and includes two beautiful measurement & equivalent pages

Fancy, sweet & sugarfree Paperback – 1985. by. Karen E Barkie (Author). It ranks fruit by sugar content, and includes two beautiful measurement & equivalent pages. I have used this book for holidays for a number of years in a diabetic family and found the included ideas brillant! This is wonderful for holidays or events where a great presentation is necessary with an acceptable sugar level. For instance the Gelatin Dessert section uplifts Gelatin to an elegant adult level with recipes such as Blueberry Bavarian, Orange-Pineapple Charlotte, and Eight-layer Strawberry Cake.

Fancy, sweet & sugarfree. Barkie, Karen E. Publication date. Desserts, Cooking (Fruit), Sugar-free diet. New York : St. Martin's Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Karen Barkie follows her enormously popular and successful cookbook, Sweet and Sugarfree with a new batch of recipes, even sweeter than before.

Like the first book, Sweet & Sugar free, this uses concentrated fruit and fruit juices to sweeten the listed desserts. Beware! This is not a low fat recipe book. Yum!! Purchase the first book, Sweet & Sugarfree, for a more casual collection with the same direction. The whole family can enjoy these elegant and nutritious dishes-perfect for dinner parties or any occasion. For those with dietary restrictions such as sugar sensitivity, limited cholesterol intake, or food allergies, an appendix is provided which allows recipes to be adapted to special needs. Library descriptions.

This book, "Sweet & Sugar Free" by Karen E. Barkie, is also an excellent book I wanted a book that would help me give up sugar and sweeteners. While this book meets that criteria, the recipes are hit and miss. Barkie, is also an excellent book. The recipes are not as simple as your recipes calling for 2 eggs, 2 cups of sugar and 2 cups of flour. When cooking with fruits and fruit juices, you need slighly different techniques to come up with a tasty finished product. I wanted a book that would help me give up sugar and sweeteners.

Fancy, sweet & sugarfree book . Start by marking Fancy, sweet & sugarfree as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. For those with dietary restrictions such as sugar sensitivity, limited cholesterol intake, or food allergies, an appendix i Karen Barkie follows her enormously popular and successful cookbook, Sweet and Sugarfree with a new batch of recipes, even sweeter than before.

Karen E. Barkie is a diet coordinator for the Poughkeepsie chapter of the Feingold Association. She lives with her husband and two children in New Paltz, New York. Country of Publication.

Fancy,Sweet, & Sugarfree - Karen E. Barkie.

Antique retro recipe book.

Comments

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We had a huge party in December, I ordered the book to help serve diabetic desserts to our guests, the recipes were easy to follow the food presented well and our party was a success. Thanks to the author
Sharpbrew Sharpbrew
A good reference & recipe book for anyone trying to manage the sugar (sucrose) in their diet. Like the first book, Sweet & Sugar free, this uses concentrated fruit and fruit juices to sweeten the listed desserts. Beware! This is not a low fat recipe book. It's worth combining low fat substitutions in with these fillings and ideas. For anyone baking for a diabetic who tolerates fructose well, this book is great for holidays and dinner parties. It not only gives elegant recipes to use, but also inspires great ideas to modify favorites. Listed areas & pages include: Cakes 1-15 Custards,Puddings, & Compotes 16-23, Fancy Cookies and Turnovers 24-30, Frozen Desserts 31-38, Gelatin Desserts 47-58, Pastries 59-67, Pies 68-76, Quiches & Kuchens 77-82, Tarts 83-89, Tortes 90-95, Warm desserts 96-101, Toppings 102-113.
The appendixes at the back of this book give wonderful information & tips for helpful pans, techniques, holiday information, ingredent use, fruit choices and use, and special dietary reqiurement substitutions. It ranks fruit by sugar content, and includes two beautiful measurement & equivalent pages. I have used this book for holidays for a number of years in a diabetic family and found the included ideas brillant! This is wonderful for holidays or events where a great presentation is necessary with an acceptable sugar level. For instance the Gelatin Dessert section uplifts Gelatin to an elegant adult level with recipes such as Blueberry Bavarian, Orange-Pineapple Charlotte, and Eight-layer Strawberry Cake. Yum!! Purchase the first book, Sweet & Sugarfree, for a more casual collection with the same direction.