FoodWhirl Guest Post - Mocha Tapioca!

My sweetie's new favorite dessert! My low sugar version of Mocha Tapioca! Rich chocolate mocha taste, almost no sugar. He can't even tell the sugar is missing!

I am pretty excited right now because you can find my recipe for this yummy pudding on FoodWhirl - a really cool new food blog.

And while you are there, take some time to look around. If you are anything like me, you are going to be anxious to try lots and lots of the recipes offered!

I am so definitely going to make Zesty Twice Baked Potatoes and Bacon, Cheddar, Jalapeno Cornbread and Tuscan Beef Stew and Chicken White Bean Chili and  - OMG I could go on and on!  Go visit!  See for yourself how many great recipes and cooking techniques and tips you just have to save!

I made the Chicken, Spinach and Rice Burritos for my sweetie just a few nights ago.  He requested them for dinner again the very next night too!  I used pre-cooked chard in place of spinach and added a bit of sour cream - delicious!

Tortellini Pesto Soup!  I made this one too! Not only delicious but so easy and quick.  Yes - I added chard again instead of spinach - nothing against spinach but my "greens passion" runs more to chard and beat greens! Great recipe for using up some of my frozen pesto, too.

Under Techniques you will find everything from a tutorial for How to Chop an Onion (there is a right way to do this - imagine that) to Overnight Roast Pork (which cooks while you are sleeping!)

So go visit!  And while you are there, check out my yummy Mocha Tapioca pudding recipe which I developed while creating decadent, tasty dessert recipes that are low in sugar for my new e-book.  I promise, you will not miss the sugar! And you will love the pudding!

My new e-book?  Yup!  With help from Diane's publishing, designing and editing skills, I put together a little e-book called (Not So) Sweets,  Easy and Decadent Low sugar and No Sugar Desserts

It is written for peoople who either must reduce or who choose to reduce the amount of sugar in their diets.  The intent was to create almost sugar free dessert recipes that could be served to both "sugar eaters" and people on sugar restricted diets and no one at the table would know the difference!

Try the Mocha Tapioca and let me know what you think!

I'd already thanked Diane,

I'd already thanked Diane, but I realized I hadn't really thanked you personally, so... Thanks so much for doing the pudding recipe, Pam! It really looks lovely, and yummy! I can't wait to pass it along to my mother-in-law, either :)

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Whoo! I'm catching up on your

Whoo! I'm catching up on your last couple of posts. Congrats on your e-book! That is awesome. And we have something else in common! I LOVE beet greens. I have a great go-to recipe for preparing them that you can find here: http://www.designspongeonline.com/2008/04/in-the-kitchen-with-matt-armen...

It's one of my faves! I had to share! xoxo

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