Perhaps you have your own favorite chocolate recipes that you just arent willing to give up. Try these easy substitutions in the preparation process and lower the fat in your desserts. INGREDIENT SUBSTITUTIONS ==================================================== evaporated milk skimmed evaporated milk. cream cheese yogurt cheese. whipped cream lightly sweetened lowfat yogurt, non dairy light cool whip, whipped skim evaporated milk. 1 whole egg 1/4 cup egg substitute, 2 egg whites. butter or lard cut back amount by 1/3 in baked goods, substitute applesauce in equal amounts, use cooking spray, liquid butter buds. 1 cup shortening 2/3 cup vegetable oil. 1 oz chocolate 3 TBS cocoa + 1 TBS oil or margarine nuts toasted nuts/seeds, less needed because of strong flavor, granola or nugget-style cereals. ~--
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