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    Diabetic Foods, low Carb

    I am a diabetic but recently had weight loss surgery. I cannot eat more than 100 carbs per day 27-33 grams fat and 70 grams of protein, so I try to make my carbs good carbs and also have some protein in them, don't always make the protein but I do try.

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    A low calorie, low fat dessert

    Recipe #455792

    11 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Baby carrots with a zip! These are cooked in the microwave for a quick vegetable side.

    Recipe #219574

    40 Reviews |  By Dorsey

    A variation of this recipe was in the Woman's World Magazine. Since I am trying to monitor carbs and yet still enjoy dessert, this really fills the bill.

    Recipe #97486

    This was one of my favorite appetizers served at our wedding. Our caterer served them bite-sized so they can be passed, but I would love to make them larger for an entree.

    Recipe #97397

    A big hit at our wedding. Meatballs can be formed 1 day ahead and kept in refrigerator uncooked, and then just cooked and served.

    Recipe #98268

    Served at our wedding. A little pre-wedding snack with cocktails. Cashews are the perfect sweet nut for these pungent seasoning.

    Recipe #98184

    Over the year's people have called me Simpy, hence the recipe name. About 10 years ago, I have never heard of Carnitas, I had it one time in a restaurant and wanted to make it all the time. I found out how easy it was and just put my own twist on it. This is a very easy dish to make and very delicious.

    Recipe #202935

    This is my absolute favorite homemade cookie in the whole world! When I make a batch, I have to hide them, give part of them away, and basically lock them in the cabinet. They just don't last. I got so tired of not being able to eat the regular ones from the Elves in the magic tree, so I adapted a really good recipe. I hope you like them as much as I do.

    Recipe #144639

    These are great snack food, served alone or with your favorite spread.

    Recipe #46880

    These carrot cakes make a great lunch box treat or snack for diabetics. The only "sugar" is a light dusting of powdered sugar, which could be left off. If you choose to make them "non-diabetic", frost with cream cheese icing.

    Recipe #161038

    14 Reviews |  By Derf

    Great lunchbox cookies, from Canadian Diabetes Association.

    Recipe #25353

    1 Reviews |  By Derf

    Good cookies!! From "High fiber cookbook for diabetics" by Mabel Cavaiani, R.D.

    Recipe #12167

    2 Reviews |  By Derf

    A very good cookie. From "The high fiber cookbook for diabetics" by Mabel Cavaiani, R.D.

    Recipe #12168

    Mmmm! from Cooking for Diabetics.

    Recipe #36794

    28 Reviews |  By Derf

    Tasty addition to a cookie tray, from Canadian Diabetes Association.

    Recipe #25431

    3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Delicate spice cookies made with Splenda. Perfect for the holidays or anytime. The recipe is from Prevention Magazine.

    Recipe #108044

    When I was a child, my neighbor's daughter and I were hungry one afternoon after school at her place. But there wasn't anything to snack on and we came up with this little snack idea. We loved it so much that we ended up almost using up the whole entire jar of peanut butter because we kept on going back and making more. Another good thing about this recipe is that you don't have to use the same ingredients or the same amounts. Experiment alittle! Use crushed Raisin Bran instead of Cornflakes. Or use 5 tsp. of peanut butter and enough cereal to coat it instead. It is all up to you and how hungry you are! Enjoy!

    Recipe #69008

    6 Reviews |  By deb k

    We saw these in a deli in NC and copied them when we got home. They are so impressive and go with any type of meat. Too simple to make and so good to eat!

    Recipe #43568

    Low fat (as cookies go), and the Splenda-Sugar Blend means they're lower in sugar, too. If you want to make them with just regular sugar, use 1-1/2 cups sugar instead of the 3/4 cup Splenda blend.

    Recipe #131031


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