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O-So-Easy ~ No Sugar Apricot & Mango Spread
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No Sugar Apricot and Mango Spread

People are always asking me why I’m so slim for my age….Hahahah..Well...
Here’s my secret, it's purely simple, I simply don’t eat sweets or junk food.... it's not
because I don’t like them, it's because they don’t agree with my body, so I listen to my
body and I don't eat them. Paying attention to what you eat and how they react to your
body is all part of a healthier you lifestyle.

I’m the type of cook that likes to cook with a bit of this and that. I keep cooking simple,
except for Sunday family dinners. I like to cook with what I call “how did you make that”
recipe? When I go to people house’s for dinner or parties, when I like something, I
always ask how did you make that? That’s pretty much how I gather most of my
recipes, by word of mouth and taste of course! As I make it, I usually add something
else to it to make it a bit different.

For those who don’t like or can’t eat sugar like diabetics; Here’s a super easy recipe to
make no sugar added apricot and mango spread. Even if you like sugar this recipe is so
easy you will want to try it, because it taste great. My kids love it (plus they don’t know
there’s no sugar). It’s perfect to make in the spring and winter time when fresh fruits are
not as abundant. It’s so easy you can make this spread almost anywhere anything,
from the cottage to even camping. You really can't go wrong with this recipe.
Start with one cup of dried apricots and one
cup of dried mango slices. You can use any
quantity, simply just make as much as you
need. You can even just use all apricots or
mangos, you can even add dried peaches.
It's up to your taste.
Place the dried fruits in a sauce pan.
Cover them with water and let them soak
over night. The next day add more
water, since so was absorbed by the
fruits. Boil them for 15 to 20 minutes until
they get soft.
Once the fruits are soft and mushy, mash them up using a potato masher or put
them in a food process for only a few seconds.
If you want the spread to be a bit more liquid, just add a few drops of water. An
there  you have it, it really doesn't get easier then that. All that is left to do is put
the spread in clean mason jars or Tupperware and eat it! It never last very long!!!
Plus you will save money too!
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O So Easy Summer Salade
Great ways to savoy this tasty
spread.
It's really delicious on fresh
bread with cheese. Makes a great
lunch. It's really fabulous on top of
ice cream or sorbet. You can even
serve it on party crackers, with a
layer of cream cheese and top it
off with a slice of Bushido. "Enjoy"
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