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    I believe all these recipes are diabetic friendly. If there is sugar, Splenda or other substitute sweeteners may be used. I'm not a diabetic, so if there is a recipe in here that shouldn't be, please let me know! Thanks!
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    This "mocktail"(non-alcoholic cocktail) is great for an alternative party drink!

    Recipe #47526

    T and B is a nonalcoholic refresher-Tonic and Bitters! From The Ultimate A-to-Z Bar Guide, by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Popular in New England, Mid Atlantic and the South!

    Recipe #119438

    A nice alternative to the Fuzzy Navel!

    Recipe #48815

    The perfect drink for a hot summers day! Refreshing and healthy! I got this from Baby Center, a pregnancy site. This is a Cuban and a Northeastern recipe.

    Recipe #163173

    I make this smoothie almost everyday to get my fruit and vitamins!

    Recipe #303554

    This will prove a blessing to everyone who takes it. It is soothing and relaxing, quieting to the nerves, has many good qualities, and is perfectly harmless. You can get the ingredients from any good health food store. You could up this to 1 cup each or lessen it to 1/8 cup each, according to your preference.

    Recipe #39959

    You can make this at home, it's easy and heart healthy! It makes a geat base for smoothies and sauces. Nuts are used prolifically in Africa and Asia.

    Recipe #174601

    Lighter and healthier than regular salad dressing, this is sprayed or splashed onto a salad. About one tablespoon is all you need! Adapted from Great Good Food by Julee Rosso.

    Recipe #183544

    I used some coconut milk and looking for some recipes to use the rest of it up, came across this easy and so smooth and delicious smoothie from Thai Kitchen.

    Recipe #459196

    From Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, this is delicious!

    Recipe #223190

    This came from Rachael Ray's Yum-O (the Family) Cookbook. Fun and kids of all ages will have fun building these!

    Recipe #416169

    This takes just seconds to whip up and is a good beverage for diabetics. Different! Diabetic exchange: 1 fruit

    Recipe #40545

    This recipe comes from Heather Carlucci-Rodriguez, who opened a tiny shop in Manhattan called Lassi, selling especially fresh and vibrant version of classic Punjabi dishes.

    Recipe #172508

    This recipe is courtesy of Hallelujah Acres. The beet gives it a nice sweetness. Great healing juice!

    Recipe #202307

    Double or triple this amount and take it to the beach or on a hike for a hydrating treat. Adapted from Delicious Living.

    Recipe #331877

    Chipotle peppers are jalapeno chilies that have been smoked and dried. Their smoky heat is delicious brushed over tortillas and pizzas, and carefully added to soup and stews. A little will go a long way. The puree will keep almost indefinately; if you know you'll be storing it a long time, cover the puree with a thin layer of oil. Enjoy! Adapted from Field of Greens restaruant cookbook.

    Recipe #439763

    The newest trend is to spritz or spray the salad dressing right on to the salad! About one tbls. dresses a salad. It's healthy and easy too! Used in the south Meditteranean, Asia, the Caribbean, Southern USA and in Spain!

    Recipe #183542

    Your kids will think you're the coolest when you call them in the morning for breakfast ice cream! Takes about 2 minutes to make and are fun to eat! This recipe can be converted to a smoothie by adding 1/2 cup of milk, then blending in the blender. Adapted from the Sneaky Chef cookbook by Missy Chase Lapine.

    Recipe #399208

    Pesto adds so much to so many dishes-swirled into a potato or sweet pepper soup, stirred into mayonnaise, brushed over a baguette, drizzled over a pizza, tomatoes and mozzarella, mixed into pasta, and the list goes on. Pesto freezes well, so if your basil is going to seed, make it into pesto. Freeze it, minus the cheese, in small containers to brighten winter soups, stews, and sauces. I didn't have enough basil, so used half parsley with good results. Adapted from the Fields of Green restaurant cookbook.

    Recipe #441336

    A great, nutritious snack that the whole family will love!

    Recipe #167791

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