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One ounce of almonds contains about 163 calories, 6 grams of carbohydrate, and 3.5 grams of dietary fiber. Almonds are a healthy snack and are used in a wide range of dishes, including appetizers, side dishes, main dishes and desserts. There is evidence that almonds can help prevent heart disease and recent research suggests it can help people with diabetes by reducing the rise in blood sugar levels and insulin levels after meals.

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Chocolate-Amaretto Pots-de-Creme

Whipped topping will give you a thicker, mousse-like effect. But this will add additional fat. Nutrition facts reflect the topping used only for garnish. We do not recommend freezing this dessert. Recipe for Chocolate-Amaretto Pots-de-Creme from our Dessert recipe section.

Fanny’s Chicken and Rice

Serving Size: 1 breast half, or 1 drumstick and thigh, plus 1/2 cup rice and 1/2 cup sauce. Recipe for Fanny’s Chicken and Rice from our Main Course recipe section.

Simple Chicken Mole

In a Mexican mole sauce, the chocolate isn’t even sweetened. Sliced red peppers, sauteed onions and grated carrots are delicious accompaniments for this chicken with chocolatey sauce. Recipe for Simple Chicken Mole from our recipe section.


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