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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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    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    So simple and perfectly delicious made with summer fresh fruits. It's low in fat and everyone in the family will love it, at least everyone here does,

    Recipe #430569

    Utilizing my George Foreman grill (conveniently located in my dorm room!), this is a wholesome, calorie-friendly breakfast that is made in no time - guaranteed success every time! If you want to make it even lower in calories, use light bread. I like using regular thick-sliced white bread; sourdough is a good option too. I don't spray the griddle, because my GF grill (like all others) has a nonstick surface.

    Recipe #429406

    5 Reviews |  By katew

    Golden Delicious apples are best for this.

    Recipe #412907

    Delightfull little sweets you can enjoy with no guilt. Choose your favorite flavor of pudding.

    Recipe #399934

    So easy and tasty, and good for you too!

    Recipe #399884

    4 Reviews |  By SB6

    Love Iced Tea but can't have all the sugar. This is a great tea! You may need to adjust the Splenda & Crystal Light to suit your tastes. I normally use 1/2 tub of the Crystal Light because DH doesn't love lemon.

    Recipe #391656

    You know that extra can of pumpkin pie filling you buy every fall 'cause it's on sale for a great price? The one that sits in your cabinet til next Thanksgiving, when you start the whole vicious cycle again? This is a great recipe to use it up! I save the rest of the pumpkin pie filling to use in this recipe again or to make muffins. This makes two very generous servings. I keep the other serving in the fridge, wrapped, and just reheat in the microwave.

    Recipe #389557

    This is a quick method to make eggs that appear to be "over easy" without the mess of turning and it uses much less fat for the cooking. Broth can be used instead of the water as the basting liquid. Thanks to Ericjs for the proper name for the cooking technique.

    Recipe #388909

    After trying ENDLESS cheesecake recipes that promised to be healthy and yummy, but ended up tasting like health food, I decided to take this project into my own hands! I've experimented with several combination and finally found the perfect recipe for a healthy cheesecake that taste EXACTLY (if not better) like the real thing. I like to make my own fiber one pie crust, but feel free to use your own recipe or buy one from the store! Enjoy!

    Recipe #377475

    Based on a recipe from Marlene Koch’s book, Fantastic Food with Splenda. She says in its intro, “Hoisin is a thick, sweet, spicy condiment used extensively in Asian cuisine. In addition to being spread on pancakes for mu shu pork, it is used for delicious stir-fry barbecue sauces like this one.” She also offers this tip: “Hoisin is made from soybeans, chilies, garlic, ginger, and sugar. Brands vary quite a bit from one to another. It should be very dark and have a complex flavor. Koon Chun is one preferred brand.” Prep and cook times do not include the marinating time.

    Recipe #367839

    Got this on-line from Taste of Home, a little differant from other recipes with no condensed milk. It's described as low in fat, sugar and fuss, doesn't get any easier than that and would be a good desert for my Mom who is a diabetic. Diabetic exchanges reported as 1 starch, 1 fruit and 1 fat. Finally got around to making this and for a light version it's very good, fluffy and tart and pretty simple. A nice treat for those warm summer evenings. I couldn't find the prepared graham crust so used recipe#338535 and made it with splenda and it turned out great.

    Recipe #362732

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Another stock recipe from Moosewood's Daily Special. A great substitute for chicken broth.

    Recipe #359988

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    Moist and tasty bars.

    Recipe #316191

    Not a boiled custard pudding, but certainly a waist-line friendly, diabetic acceptable family dessert. Cooking time is really chilling time.

    Recipe #313109

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    A nice, light dessert from my favorites. For buffet, I used mini phyllo dough shells (22.5 calories, 1 g fat), filling with 2 teaspoons of pudding-gelatin mixture. Makes about 60. From Weight Watchers' "Simply the Best". Cooking time includes 8 hours refrigerator time.

    Recipe #311422

    5 Reviews |  By HRH Mom

    This is the popular Thick Chocolate Pudding (#76491) recipe, only it has Splenda substituted for sugar. Half the calories!

    Recipe #310072

    One thing that most kugels have in common is large amounts of high-fat ingredients. This version the "culprits" have been replaced with orange juice, egg whites and apricot jam.

    Recipe #307662

    From American Heart Association Healthy Recipes booklet. A cake that smells like a pineapple upside down cake but without all the fat and calories. The sauce really adds a lot to the cake but is optional if you just want a low-key dessert.

    Recipe #293320

    I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it is my husband's favorite summertime pie. Using reduced fat or fat free items makes this a tasty but low calorie dessert. Cooking time is time to freeze.

    Recipe #292098

    1 Reviews |  By megs_

    From "The Healing Foods Cookbook". This looks so yummy. Turkey is helpful to building your immune system as well as wound healing. I can't wait to try this one.

    Recipe #286210

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