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    Diabetic Recipes

    You don't have to give up all the good "stuff". These recipes will help you make good menu choices and enjoy healthy eating.
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    Being a diabetic is hard. It's difficult to find everyday ingredients. However, if you use some of the "in-a-pinch" recipes and make your own, you can substitute the sugar for Splenda and **HOPE** it turns out right. This did and it's really opened doors for me as a dessert maker.

    Recipe #143017

    I love oranges, orange juice, orange oil (great for polishing furniture!) and just the smell. It always puts me in a fall, Christmas mood. I experienced the most wonderful thing this year at Christmas - REAL LIVE FLORIDA ORANGES! My aunt's sister, Connie, lives in FLA and has an orange tree. They are so different from the "brought ons" (what my dad calls things like the crunchy tomatoes in December) that the grocery store has. Sometimes around here, though, we get good home-grown stuff. Anyway, I still have about three left and I am going to absolutely cherish every one down to the last peel, which I'll probably freeze for later use. (Thanks for the tip in the frugal thread!) These muffins are great and really need no butter or jam, just a great cup of hot tea.

    Recipe #151151

    30 Reviews |  By Redsie

    A winning recipe from WW!

    Recipe #215544

    I love chocolate, but sugar is so bad and addictive for me. I find that it fulfills my cravings. Everyone I have made this for swears it is the best hot chocolate that they have ever had. They are always surprised to find out that it has no sugar. The fact that it is pure chocolate is what makes it so good and so fulfilling. I created this myself for me, but I am sure other people have thought of this too.

    Recipe #142514

    13 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a simple recipe, minimal preparation and a delightful blend of seasonings. With this recipe dinner can be on the table in less than 30 minutes. The recipe was adapted from Diabetes & Heart Healthy Cookbook.

    Recipe #147029

    There are a bazillion turkey soup recipes on here but not this one. I like a really chunky soup so you may wish to alter the amount of barley you use. We use alot. Great for OAMC

    Recipe #146484

    5 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    I always make this soup after the holidays when I have a nice, meaty turkey carcass for making stock. You can get a lot of servings out of it simply by increasing the amount of water used. This recipe was developed in the tests kitchens of Homemakers Magazine.

    Recipe #74180

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is an open faced omelet that makes perfect use of leftover brocolli and/or turkey. It is wonderful for Sunday brunch or for a light dinner.

    Recipe #149915

    2 Reviews |  By Derf

    Use the turkey leftovers to make this hearty soup. If everyone is tired of turkey, freeze it and enjoy it on a cold winter night with some crunchy french bread

    Recipe #12292

    These potato chips are very easy to make in the microwave. Also, they are healthier for you as they are not cooked in any oils. This method has intrigued so many people that have tasted them and then made them for themselves. The younger people just love them.

    Recipe #47195

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    I have really been trying hard to lower the fat content of my foods for health reasons. In doing so I have been having fish a lot more often but I found myself missing the coating and texture of fried fish. I tried this as a test and the result isn't half bad if you realize that it's a compromise to keep your heart pumping. It won't work well with thin fillets as they cook too fast but with thicker fish (any kind, I used trout that I had in the freezer) this is a nice change from plain baked.

    Recipe #171419

    5 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A nice flavored butter for use on pancakes, French toast, bagels, or waffles.

    Recipe #241750

    Weight Watchers Muffins - 2 point each! They taste like pumpkin pie!

    Recipe #145312

    11 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    The restaurant version of this dish is loaded with fat, thanks to deep frying. WW has coated the chicken with flour and then pan-seared it to lighten it up. 4 points per serving.

    Recipe #162397

    Yummy low points dessert. Very simple. 1 cup is 3 pts. I usually drain fruit juices into pudding mix first and then blend fruit in, it is just easier for me. You may also want to try this with SF FF Banana Cream Pudding.

    Recipe #155444

    Look for barley in the grocery aisle by rice. It is very economical and tasty, and you'll be amazed how filling this soup is. Sprinkle with a little Parmesan and you can be in Weight Watcher heaven.

    Recipe #203822

    You can eat as much of this 0-point Weight Watchers cabbage soup as you like. It's so good for you.

    Recipe #128956

    This recipe I got at a Weight Watchers meeting. Since this makes 1 serving I usually double or triple the recipe.

    Recipe #185775

    Great for that chocolate fix!

    Recipe #247356

    This is out of my Weight Watchers cookbook called "Best of Weight Watchers Magazine" DH rated this excellent the last time I prepared it. It has 4 points per serving. (3oz meat with 2 tbls sauce) Use any leftovers for pulled pork sandwiches. Just thinly slice or chop the pork and combine with the leftover sauce in a small saucepan. Cook over low heat, stirring often, just until the meat is hot, and serve on soft sandwich rolls with sweet gherkin pickles on the side. This rub works great on chicken, beef and catfish.

    Recipe #238242

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