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1/22/14 6:29 P

That sounds amazing! I'm going to try that, yummmmy.


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1/18/14 9:06 P

I sometimes make a 'fancy' fruit salad, and have a dollop of nice yoghurt with it. That is sooo quick and easy and gives you more time with the family (no prep)

Below is a link for some really good desserts for you to look through:
www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/recipes/
heart-healthy-recipes/RCS-20077163


www.drgourmet.com/recipes/desserts/index.s
html


I hope that you find something yummy to choose from them.

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FUNNYGIRLJESS SparkPoints: (7,177)
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1/18/14 6:57 P

emoticon It's been awhile since I've had a Saturday night off. So I wanted to enjoy some chicken and beer with the family. I feel like it's okay once in awhile. We are celebrating too.
What do you recommend for dessert?

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