This recipe is a high-protein side dish that can also be a lovely Sunday brunch treat. For those with high cholesterol concerns, a soft spread with plant stanols can be used in this recipe.
by American Diabetes Association and American Heart Association
Brought to you by the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association, this book’s recipes are simple, flavorful, and perfect for people with diabetes, who also need to watch out for their cardiovascular health.
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