Italian Dessert Wine

17If there’s one thing the Italians know how to do in style, it’s their food. They are passionate about everything related to food, right from the preparation, to the cooking to the serving, to of course, the eating. They take a lot of care to blend all the right spices to render the right flavor to their food. And they serve it in style, with the best seasoning and a whole lot of love. A common tradition in Italy is to serve and sip a light and delicious dessert wine during snack time or before mealtimes. Mind you, Italian dessert wine has nothing to do with the actual Italian desserts, though it can be accompanied with cookies or biscotti. Given below are names of some of the most popular ones. Read them and you can pick out the one you’ll try out this weekend.

Best Italian Dessert Wines

Italian wines are definitely worth trying. Italian dessert wine is a blend of white wine and red wine. The base of the wine is generally sweet, as a majority of the wines are made from sweet grapes that grow in areas where sunlight is abundant. Given below are the names of some of the best dessert wines that can be suggested for a light drink before dinner or a drink to accompany your snack at sunset. Enjoy them.

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Sugar-free Thanksgiving Desserts

16Thanksgiving is all about fabulous and delicious food. And once everyone are almost full after eating the turkey, you bring out the desserts. That’s when everyone’s eyes just pop out because they want to eat it but can’t seem to find any space in their stomachs.
But, the temptation is too high and declining a nice piece of pie (or cake; whatever you choose to serve as dessert for Thanksgiving) is just not right. So how do you get to satiate yourself and still not go overboard with temptation? With delicious desserts, of course. Here are some sugar-free Thanksgiving desserts for you to try.

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Spanish Dessert Recipes

15Many of authentic Spanish desserts tend to revolve around delicious concoctions of almonds, honey, and eggs. They are made into marzipan, cookies, cakes, and ice creams which are derived from their Moorish past.

Plus, over thousands of years, each and every region of Spain has managed to create delicious and unique desserts to woo the world. Take a look at how to prepare delectable and traditional recipes with ease.

Dishes to Prepare

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How to Make the Ultimate Cheesecake With Both Regular and Diabetic Instructions

14We all love a good cheesecake whether on a regular diet or diabetic.  This Ultimate Cheesecake recipe offers instructions for a regular cake or one suitable for diabetics.  But I will let you in on a little secret here, my family never knows the difference when I make the diabetic version!  It is delicious so give it a try soon.  A perfect dessert for everything from a family meal to a dinner party!

AN ULTIMATE CHEESECAKE with DIRECTIONS FOR REGULAR OR DIABETIC
CRUST:
1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
2 tbsp sugar (Splenda granular for diabetics)
1/4 cup butter, melted

In a medium bowl, combine the graham cracker crumbs and sugar or Splenda. Add the melted butter and stir to combine. Press the crumb mixture into a 9-inch springform pan; chill for 30 minutes.

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Yes, Diabetics Can Have Dessert

13Being diagnosed as a diabetic doesn’t mean giving up all dessert. Your amounts of desserts should be limited and should be part of your healthy diet! But you can enjoy dessert just like everyone else. You just have to be more careful about the ingredients in your dessert. The recipes in this article are both okay for diabetics.

Pear – Coconut – pecan Bundt Cake
I just recently put this recipe together but I am already excited about it. Healthy and diabetic friendly and it tastes good, too. What more could we want? I made this for a friend’s birthday and it was a hit at her family celebration.

2 large eggs
2 large egg whites
1/2 cup olive oil*
1/2 cup canola oil*
1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
1/2 cup Splenda Brown Sugar Blend
1 cup Splenda Granulated
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups whole-wheat flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
1 1/4 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 cups chopped pears
1 cup unsweetened flaked coconut
1 cup chopped pecans
butter-flavored nonstick cooking spray

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