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    Does anyone know the points for the large York Peppermint Patty? I am thinking 3 but I need a confirmation.

    Thanks in advance! [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]
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    According to Calorieking.com it's:
    145 cals
    Total Fats 5 g
    Carbohydrates 25 g
    Protein 0 g
    I just had one the other night 'cause I was having a major chocolate mint craving. Mmmm...
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    Thanks, Jess! I've got one on my menu for tomorrow. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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    The patties that are the size of a fifty-cent piece are ONE Point each! What a wonderful evening treat! How many bites can you get out of one of the small patties?
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    Ever tried the Pepppermint Paddy SF Davinci syrup? Delicious! I tried it with making filling for cannolis today---FF cream cheese, FF ricotta, SF P.P. Davinci, splenda, chocolate chips. It was extremely good, and one large cannoli is 3 points---small ones are 1 point each! And I'm sure there's hundreds of other ways to get the peppermint patty taste without the sugar. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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    SSKatie,

    Just curious, what did you use for the shell for the cannoli? The filling sounds yummie!

    Suzanne

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    Suzanne, I used "real" cannoli shells that I bought at Fresh Market. They had the full-fat cannolis that they sold in their deli, and I just asked if I could buy some of the shells they use. They had the small ones and the large ones. You can also buy them online (do a google search for them). If I didn't use the shells, I think I would roll up tortillas with the filing inside.
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    Thanks Katie!

    I'll have to try getting them at a deli here. Wish I had seen your post sooner. I was just at my Aunt's in California and she made cannoli from scratch, shells and all. I'm sure she would have given me a few shells to take home. Oh well, I'll just check the deli.

    Thanks again. Suzanne

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    Suzanne, I never had a classic cannoli until a few weeks ago! Man, are those things delicious!! And so easy to make! [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img]
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