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by JoAnna M. Lund,Barbara Alpert

ePub Baking with Splenda (Healthy Exchanges Cookbooks) download
JoAnna M. Lund,Barbara Alpert
TarcherPerigee (December 27, 2005)
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JoAnna M. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges Cookbook, HELP: Healthy Exchanges .

JoAnna M. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges Cookbook, HELP: Healthy Exchanges Lifetime Plan, and Make a Joyful Table. A graduate of the University of Western Illinois, Lund founded Healthy Exchanges, a company that published a monthly newsletter, booklets, and inspirational audio and videotapes. Barbara Alpert is the author of No Friend Like a Sister, 30 Minutes to Mealtime, Another Potful of Recipes, Baking with Splenda, Cooking Healthy with a Pressure Cooker, Cooking for Two, and The Love of Friends. Series: Healthy Exchanges Cookbooks.

Baking with Splenda (Healthy Exchanges Cookbooks). Especially, nice is the info at the bottom of each recipe telling calories, diabetic exchanges, even healthy exchanges for Weight Loss Choices. All the recipes sound good when one is reading through them, especially when one is humgry. For instance, the Apple Biscuit Breakfast Treat on page 184 sounds so good that one will not feel slighted to be on a diabetic diet when it is prepared. JoAnna Lund never ceases to amaze me with her recipes, and this book is no exception! Wait until you try the plethora of yummy and low-cal recipes!

Cookbook with Healthy & Easy Recipes by Jennifer Evans -Ketogenic Diet Cookbook: Quick, Easy, and Delicious Low .

Cookbook with Healthy & Easy Recipes by Jennifer Evans -Ketogenic Diet Cookbook: Quick, Easy, and Delicious Low Carb Recipes for Fast Weight Loss. Посмотреть все изображения. The Science of Cooking - Dr. Stuart Farrimond. Cooking for Hormone Balance - Magdalena Wszelaki. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges Cookbook .

By JoAnna M. Lund and Barbara Alpert. About Baking with Splenda. JoAnna M. Part of Healthy Exchanges Cookbooks. Lund (Author), Barbara Alpert (Author). I consider Healthy Exchange cookbooks to be the "workhorse" of the kitchen meaning the recipes are dependable but nothing that will knock your socks off flavor wise. Recommend with caveats given.

Cooking for Two (Healthy Exchanges Cookbook). Lund, Barbara Alpert. Download (pdf, . 4 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Lund was the author of many books, including Healthy Exchanges .

JoAnna Lund once again proves that healthy eating can-and should-be finger-licking good

JoAnna Lund once again proves that healthy eating can-and should-be finger-licking good. In addition to approximately 200 quick-and-easy recipes, the book includes: - Best pressure cooker tips for success - How to create a Healthy Exchanges(r) pantry - A Healthy Exchanges(r) chopping chart for easier preparation - JoAnna's Ten Commandments of Successful Cooking - How to read a Healthy Exchanges(r) recipe.

Take the "Sin" out of Cinnamon Rolls!

From fresh-baked bread and biscuits hot from the oven, finger-licking pies and decadently sweet cobblers to heavenly coffeecakes, sinful cheesecakes, and gooey chocolate chip cookies, JoAnna Lund has accomplished the impossible using Splenda® No Calorie Sweetener. Whether it's her Peanut Butter Cup Cookies, Blueberry Crumble Pie or Cappuccino Cheesecake, JoAnna's more than 200 baked goods and desserts are as quick and easy to whip up as they are low in sugar, carbs, and fat.

This all-new collection also features:

Baking Plus! Recipes for sauces, glazes and toppings

Special section of recipes using Splenda® Sugar Blend for Baking

Cooking and baking secrets and tips to get the best results with the least calories and fat

Best bet recipes for your bread machine

  • I've started collecting healthier recipes as I am trying to learn how to live a low sugar lifestyle. I love cooking and baking with Splenda, have updated or adapted some of my own recipes, so I was pleased to find the Baking with Splenda (Healthy Exchanges Cookbook) at Amazon.

    Some of the recipes I found and plan to try include:

    Cherry Chocolate Dessert
    Creamy Lime Coconut Bars
    Classic Chocolate Cake
    Maple Wheat Bread

    I will probably have to adapt some of the recipes that call for light margarine as our local grocery stores no longer carry the stick light margarine. I can only find the tub (soft) light margarine here. I am sure this will add a few extra calories but at least the recipes will have reduced sugar content.

    I will update this review, if needed.


  • I am diabetic and my husband is borderline diabetic, so I had high hopes for this cookbook. I don't know what the people who gave these recipes good reviews are used to eating, but I have baked for a great many years and am used to the taste of traditional baked goods. I agree with the reviewer who wrote that the texture of some recipes is inedible, the gingerbread for instance and the brownie walnut pie is borderline. Most of the recipes need "fixing" to bring up the flavor. Lemon Crumb Bars--what a disaster! Two of the ingredients are 21 small fat-free saltine crackers made into crumbs, and reduced-fat biscuit baking mix. Can you imagine how salty this combination is? It was to be the cookie base for the bars and it just tasted like saltine crackers. You could barely taste the lemon flavor. What was the author thinking?! What was I thinking to even try such a recipe, for that matter?

    I did have some successes. I really liked the Buttermilk Coffee Cake although it needed it's crumb topping spiced up. I also liked the coconut-rum-pineapple pie, but the texture was much better after it sat overnight. I will keep trying recipes off and on in hopes a few more of them will turn out well.

    The hints about baking with Splenda are helpful, as is the nutrition breakdown at the end of each recipe.

  • Baking with Splenda takes a special finesse and JoAnna Lund knew just how to do it! This book is packed with recipes that have great flavor, but also nice texture. Wonderful when you have diabetes, or heart problems. I have loved every single thing I have tried in this book.

  • Bought for someone.

  • I tried many of the recipes in this book and found they tasted very good! Liked the idea I could make lots of things using the Splenda instead of sugar. The fruit filling recipe was very helpful as we like tarts and pies!

  • I try not to use a lot of sweeteners but I liked some of the recipes

  • This is a great book--It has some amazing recipes using Splenda instead of sugar. I am glad I got it.

  • Due to a sugar metabolizing problem, I have been trying to find new ways to create some of the desserts that I love without all of the sugar. Lowering fat in dishes is also a concern for my mother, who suffers from a pancreas disorder. So, with those things in mind, I picked up this book to see if you could really substitute Splenda in most baking recipes. I was not disappointed.

    Using ingredients that are easy-to-find or often on hand, I was able to whip up a simple dessert or yummy baked good that had low fat and low sugar without subtracting the taste. Unlike a previous reviewer, I had no problems with lack of taste in any of my dishes (and I rarely, if ever, use salt when baking...why add the sodium unless you absolutely have to?). I take great pride in my baking, and love to create yummy desserts for my family, and I was able to serve several of these dishes without any negative comments. I was happy they turned out so well, and it feels good to be serving a dish that is lower in fat and calories.

    Some of our favorites include: Blueberry Orange Muffins, Heavenly Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins, Strawberry Dream Cake, Country Carrot Cake, Cheesecake Topped Fudge Brownies, Five Layer Bars, Country Baked Pudding, and Pineapple Rum Cheesecake. Enjoy!