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    Agenterick99
    Thu Jan 19, 2012 11:31 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    My mom is diabetic and I've been taking care of her for the past 13 years, I'm a 22 year old male and I'm wondering if anyone would like to support me in helping me cook better for my mom. I really don't mind if it's more than one person and maybe we can support eachother through email. Diabetes is a devastating disease but I believe with the proper support from friends it can be over come. I hope I dont sound like I'm over doing it but I'm a really friendly person who believes in helping out people, people sometimes become a bit hesitant to indulge in helping and supporting because people sometimes don't seem to care but I'm sure we can help out eachother be it support or sharing ideas! =]

    Erick---
    Agenterick99
    Thu Jan 19, 2012 11:32 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    My mom is diabetic and I've been taking care of her for the past 13 years, I'm a 22 year old male and I'm wondering if anyone would like to support me in helping me cook better for my mom. I really don't mind if it's more than one person and maybe we can support eachother through email. Diabetes is a devastating disease but I believe with the proper support from friends it can be over come. I hope I dont sound like I'm over doing it but I'm a really friendly person who believes in helping out people, people sometimes become a bit hesitant to indulge in helping and supporting because people sometimes don't seem to care but I'm sure we can help out eachother be it support or sharing ideas! =]

    Erick---
    PaulaG
    Fri Jan 20, 2012 9:18 am
    Forum Host
    Good morning and welcome to the Diabetic Forum. Support and encouragement goes a long way in helping others and ourselves. If you are looking for particular ideas please free free to ask.
    Amberngriffinco
    Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:42 pm
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    S/F Pecan Pies:

    Maple Pecan Pie With Splenda

    S/F Pecan Pie

    3 eggs
    1 cup and 5 Teaspoons of Agave Nectar <http://www.easy-sugar-free-recipes.com/images/agave-nectar.jpg>
    1/3 of a cup of melted butter
    1 cup of pecan halves
    Pie dough for a single 9-inch crust

    Preheat The Oven to 325F Degrees. Mix the eggs with the Agave Nectar and the melted butter. Stir in the pecan halves. Line a 9-inch pie pan with the pie dough. Pour in the pecan pie filling mixture.
    .
    Bake for 25 minutes with edges covered with foil. Remove foil from the edges and bake for another 25 minutes or until you can insert a toothpick in the middle and have it come out clean. Take that Pie out and cool it! Cut it up and you are good to go!



    S/F Pecan Pie


    1-10" Whole grain, whole wheat pastry crust. Pie Crust(if making)

    1-1/2 cup whole grain, whole wheat pastry flour.
    1 stick + 1 tbs unsalted butter.
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/4 cup splenda(or equal amount of other artificial sweetener.
    3-4 tbs ice water(if making pie crust)

    Filling-

    2 cups sugar-free imitation honey (Super Target carries)
    6 eggs
    2 cups granular splenda
    4 tbsp butter (slightly melted)
    2 tsp vanilla extract (w/o corn syrup or sugar added)1
    /4 tsp salt
    2-1/2 cups pecan halves


    Homemade crust-

    Grease pie plate with butter or non-stick cooking spray, In food processor, pulse flour, splenda & salt,pulse in cold butter until crumbles form, pulse in enough ice water to hold dough together, flatten into a disk. Place sheets of saran wrap on damp counter top and put disk of pie crust in center, cover with sheet of saran wrap and roll out to 12" diameter,remove top saran wrap, pick up bottom saran wrap and flip onto pie plate. Remove saran wrap and flute crust w/fork and make small punctures in bottom of crust.

    Filling-

    In a large bowl, combine honey, eggs, splenda, butter, vanilla & salt until well-blended (difficult to get well-blended). Reserve 2/3 cup of filling, seperate 1 cup of imperfect pecan halves and coarse chop, Stir chopped pecans into filling and pour in pie shell. Arrange remaining pecan halves of top of pie, drizzle reserved filling over top of pecans on pie.

    Pie shell should be placed on a cookie sheet before filling and slide in oven, bake at 350F for 50 minutes, "tent" pie loosely w/aluminum foil, & continue baking for 25-35 minutes, until the middle is set and a sharp knife inserted in the middle comes out relatively clean. It is mandantory to make sure the center is set, as this is a deep dish and takes longer to cook thoroughly. Let cool 3 hr on oven rack, then refrigerate for an additional 3 hours.



    SUGAR FREE PECAN PIE


    3 eggs
    28 pkg. Equal 1 c.
    diet syrup
    1/4 c. melted butter
    1 c. pecans
    1 (8 inch) pie crust


    Beat eggs and sugar together. Add syrup and melted butter, stir, add pecans. Put into unbaked pie crust. Pour in pie shell and bake at 350°F until golden brown.
    Andi of Longmeadow Farm
    Tue Mar 06, 2012 6:56 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Amber, what a great recipe you posted! Is it posted on food.com? Either way, I am sure this is gonna be sold to a lot of us! Thank you so much for your help, and support to others! icon_smile.gif

    Hugs, Andi
    lauralie41
    Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:08 am
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    A couple recipes that say comfort food to me and thought you might like to take a look at. icon_smile.gif

    Tater Tots Casserole #27117 by aearley
    Potsie's Creamed Chicken and Biscuits Casserole #110047 by Pot Scrubber
    Cabbage Casserole #11816 by Lali
    Cheesy Shrimp and Grits Casserole #51003 by Bev
    Sausage Potato Lasagna #35779 by ratherbeswimmin
    Pop Up Pizza Casserole #50657 by Michelle S
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