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"Elisa" > wrote in

> "Toddlers_mom" > wrote in message
> >I never had the issue of being overweight under recently.
> > Probably started with left over haloween candy from last year.
> > I started eating choclates after lunch and that became a habit.
> > i got so used to it, now I am craving for a dessert after every
> > meal. (How much ever full I am)
> > I tried to replace it with fruits, but I still crave until I get
> > some thing sugary. Also, I cannot just stop on one, I tend to eat
> > a handful.
> >
> > Cookies/candy/choclates anything is fine as long as it is sugary.
> > Any suggestions to curb this?
> > Thanks
> >

> I have the same problem. Gum helps.
> Elisa

Low Calorie desserts? Smaller portions? Walking?

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Alan's Dreamsicle Delight Pie

desserts, pies

1 large tub Cool Whip; least 12 oz.)
1 pkg (8 oz.) fat free cream cheese, softened
1 small box sugar free vanilla pudding
1 small box box sugar-free orange gelatin
1 small can pineapple tidbits (i used crushed)
1 small can mandarin orange slices
1 low-fat graham cracker crust

Cream together the container of cool whip with the fat-free cream cheese.
Blend until smooth. Add vanilla pudding and orange gelatin over mixture
slowly and mix well until very smooth. Gently fold in pineapple and
orange slices, pour into pie shell and refridgerate several hours (4+) or

I used 1 tub of cool whip for the filling (the ultra fat free). I
from another tub of cool whip (the low fat).

You can substitute different fruits and different jello's or serve this
parfait style. Cocoa in the garnishing coolwhip is a nice change.

Use a chocolate crumb or graham Waffer Crumb pie shell.

Awsome taste.

Contributor: Alan Boles

Yield: 2 skimpy pies or 1 heaped/mounded pie

Preparation Time: 15 minutes plus 4 hours+ setting-up time.

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No Bread Crumbs were hurt in the making of this Meal.
Type 2 Diabetic 1AC 5.6mmol or 101mg/dl
Continuing to be Manitoban