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Pear, Cranberry, and Crystallized Ginger Cobbler

Pear, Cranberry, and Crystallized Ginger Cobbler


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December 2009

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Nutritional Content

One crisp contains the following: (Analysis includes 1/ 4 cup of ice cream per serving.) Calories (kcal) 448.78t %Calories from Fat 30.2 Fat (g) 15.06t Saturated Fat (g) 9.15t Cholesterol (mg) 52.59t Carbohydrates (g) 77.91t Dietary Fiber (g) 7.62t Total Sugars (g) 53.33t Net Carbs (g) 70.29t Protein (g) 4.21t

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Comments:

  1. Hardin

    Very informative. Thanks.

  2. Etienne

    Sorry, I thought about it and deleted the question



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