Tuesday, May 29, 2012

It Tastes Sweet...But It's Not!

“My food,” said Jesus, “is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work.   John 4:34
This is what Jesus told his disciples after talking to the Samaritan woman at the well.  There is no food more important to us than spiritual food.  Our souls need that spiritual food to remain healthy.  We can receive this spiritual food by reading God's Word and learning about God's Word from those who are truthful spiritual leaders.

Saw this on a friend's Facebook post and it fits here perfectly!

If you are looking for a dessert that tastes pleasurably sweet but is actually low in sugar, this is the recipe to try!  Not only is the end result wonderful but the simplicity of its preparation is almost unbelievable.  Really!  If you still have children at home or have grandchildren visiting, it is a very good recipe to make with them!  Why not give this Low Sugar Berry Cobbler a try?  


Low Sugar Berry Cobbler

Ingredients

All that is needed for this recipe~
1 Duncan Hines white cake mix

12 oz. Diet 7-Up
24 oz. no-sugar-added frozen berries (can be one type of berry or a mixture of berries)


Steps
Preheat oven to 350.

Spray Pam in a 9” x 13” rectangular baking pan.
Spread frozen berries evenly in the bottom of the pan.
Spreading frozen blueberries
Separately whisk together the Diet 7-Up & cake mix until thoroughly mixed.
Whisking cake mix and Diet 7-Up
Spread the batter evenly over the frozen berries.
Spreading batter over berries
Bake at 350ᵒ for 45 to 50 minutes.
Ready for the oven
Serve with a scoop or two of no-sugar-added vanilla ice cream.
Time to enjoy!

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