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Perfect Dessert Recipe for TMJD Sufferers

Posted Mar 30 2009 3:08pm

Time for another free recipe! This one's a dessert recipe that you're going to LOVE for its healthful ingredients, ease in preparation and definitely its ease in eating.


Have you ever looked, really looked on a box of pudding? Go ahead. Look right now. You'll probably notice a whole list of ingredients that are not food at all...ingredients that are often three letter scientific mixtures, preservatives and many harmful chemicals. Well, here's a recipe for chocolate pudding that will seem irresistible for its wholesome goodness.


Grandma's Pudding


Here's just one of the pudding and dessert recipes that is available in One Pot Galley Gourmet, another cookbook very similar to You Can Conquer TMJ: Ideas and Recipes. The main differences between the two books are the inclusion of desserts in One Pot Galley Gourmet along with more recipes and also bread baking recipes. It's an ideal cookbook for TMJD sufferers too although it does not offer the ideas for dealing with TMJD like You Can Conquer TMJ does.


Ready? Here's Grandma's Chocolate Pudding:


Ingredients:


2 cups milk

1/2 cup sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla

3 Tablespoons cornstarch

1 1/2 Tablespoons cocoa



  • Combine cornstarch and cocoa

  • Add milk and stir until everything is well blended

  • Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until thick

  • Remove from heat and add sugar and vanilla. Stir until sugar is dissolved

  • Chill

That's it!! No chemicals. No preservatives. Look how little sugar is used! Only 1/2 cup sugar for four servings of pudding!


Honestly, the pudding has an irresistible creamy texture if you use whole milk. Remember, fat does not make you fat!!


One Pot Galley Gourmet


This book is available at amazon.com, http://www.moonlightmesaassociates.com/, and many online bookstores. It has received rave reviews for the tasty, easy-to-prepare meals that use wholesome ingredients. The recipes include beef, chicken, vegetarian, fish and pork. Most meals are one pot/pan and will delight the entire family.



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