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    GinnyIA Guest

    Default Ginny's Tea Triangles

    joannao58 ,This is a tea triangle and if anyone else is interested here you are! I just love the New Betty Crocker cookbook called Healthy New Choices it has alot of stuff I eat.

    Tropical Banana Tea Wedges

    1 c all-purpose flour
    1 c whole wheat flour or whole wheat pastry flour
    1 c dried chopped apricots
    ½ c oat bran or oat bran flour
    ¼ c packed brown sugar
    1 tsp ground cinnamon
    ½ tsp ground cloves
    ½ tsp baking soda
    ¼ tsp salt
    3 tbs light butter
    ¼ c fat free vanilla yogurt
    ¼ c egg substitute or 2 egg whites
    1 1/2 Mashed banannas

    Heat oven to 375°. Spray cookie sheet w/ cooking spray. Mix all dry ingredients including fruit, and spices in a large bowl. Cut in butter w/ two knives or pastry blender until it resembles fine crumbs. Mix the remaining ingredients until smooth, stir into the flour mixture until it leave the sides of the bowl.

    Turn dough onto lightly floured surface; gently roll in flour to coat, knead 10 x. Roll or pat into 12” circle, use knife or pizza cutter to cut into 16 wedges ,but do not separate.

    Bake about 30 Minutes or until golden brown and delicious! Remove from cookie sheet and separate wedges, then cool on rack.

    Serves 16
    1 wedge = Calories: 130 Fat 3g Fiber 2g = 2 WW winning points

    Recipe from Betty Crocker’s Healthy New Choices Cookbook
    Last edited by GinnyIA; 08-27-2006 at 10:51 AM.

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    TryingWW Guest

    Default Re: Ginny's Tea Triangles

    The title says "Banana" Tea Ring, but I didn't see bananas as an ingred. Was it a typo?

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    Default Re: Ginny's Tea Triangles

    I'm sure the banana's must be missing! sounds like a good recipe so I'll wait for a response on the banana part and then...I'll make some tea and cookies
    Be your own best friend every day.

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    GinnyIA Guest

    Default Re: Ginny's Tea Triangles

    Sorry 'bout that! Little Typo! I got everything else but the bananas silly me well enjoy ladies! I love these very much!

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    Thanks for the recipe. Both the recipe and the cookbook sound interesting.
    :bcbsalute MT

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    GinnyIA Guest

    Default Re: Ginny's Tea Triangles

    It's a relly great cookbook look for it at your local B&N or Borders I'm sure they'll have it. ENJOY!!!

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    Default Re: Ginny's Tea Triangles

    Phew finally found it..........thanks Ginny!


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    Thanks Ginny! I did find it at my Borders on Monday, but it was a little expensive (funds are a little low right after vacation). I am going to try to find it on line (maybe used) as I am also looking for the American Heart Association's Cookbook No-Fad Diet. I took the AHA's cookbook out of the library and found a lot of good recipes in there also!
    :bcbsalute MT

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    laralosing4good Guest

    Default Re: Ginny's Tea Triangles

    thanks ginny, sounds great!

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