LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT! Thanks, Lisa for the recipes. I'm psyched to go try the popcorn shrimp . . . and to have the strawberry shortcake as a backup when I'm needing some kind of dessert. I'm more of a chocolate girl than angel food/sponge cake kind . . . but variety on occasion . . . is good. I just have to comment on what the "regular" said at the gym. I think it's significant. When a female tells another one she looks good . . . in some scenarios, unfortunately it's almost like she's acting as if she's "forcing herself to acknowledge it" like a competition or as if there's some kind of defeat in it . . . too sad . . . so when someone DOES get out of their shell and come up to you and say it . . . there really are many other who are thinking it but just don't think to/bother to/want to/have time to/ actually approach you and give the compliment. SOO . . . rock on! That's really funny/neat/and awesome! (Oh, and by the way . . . you really do look good!) 1981 days ago
7 - 10 small strawberries cut horizontally 1 cracker serving non-flavored vanilla stevia 1 teaspoon Cinammon stevia to taste
Directions Place your cut strawberries in a plastic bag and sprinkle then with stevia and vanilla extract or vanilla stevia. Let them soak five min. Them warm the strawberries for 45 secs. Grind your cracker serving and mix with stevia and cinammon. Line the ground cracker mix in a parfait bowl out dessert dish and top with warm strawberries. Sprinkle with cinammon and stevia. Delish!
Directions Crush the melba toast witha rolling pin in a zip lock bag. Add the pepper and dill and the shrimp to the bag and toss untill the shrimp are covered. Then put on a baking sheet and bake in the oven for 20 mins at 350 degrees.
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