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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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    These are soooooooo good, low cal, can be made ahead and are fancy enough to serve to company. These are supposed to only be 2 points apiece.

    Recipe #279176

    Absurdly easy to make and yummy. Kids'll love this.

    Recipe #156177

    Good hot chocolate mix and best of all sugar free and fat free. To make a cup of hot chocolate use 1/4 cup of mix and 1 cup hot water.

    Recipe #106899

    Well, basically when I concocted this little recipe, I was trying to come up with a lower calorie way of drinking fruit juice. Fruit juice is loaded with sugars, even if natural. I thought that it seemed a great waste of money to buy the "Lite" fruit juice at the market-its never on sale, always costs more and isn't necessarily the flavor I want. So what I came up with is a very simple alternative. Choose whatever 100% fruit juice you like. There's no sense to using anything except 100% juice.

    Recipe #157076

    I am always looking for ways to cut some calories without cutting taste! This is from the SPLENDA® Web site.

    Recipe #113825

    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

    This is from the June '07 GoodHousekeeping magazine. Simple, healthy, and delicious. I added some alfalfa sprouts to mine and only used half the amount of spinach leaves.

    Recipe #232575

    Delicious on any type of cake or cupcake.

    Recipe #212722

    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

    This was in the latest issue of Women's Weekly & thought it would be good to add to the Mexican leg of ZWT III. Great to warm you up on a cold winters days!

    Recipe #235611

    A delicious, incredibly easy way to dress up fresh apples for an quick snack. Enjoyed by both kids and adults alike.

    Recipe #117194

    I'm on a diet, and have had a sweet tooth lately. I decided to use some frozen fruit in the freezer to make a dessert. The result was very tasty, fat-free, and low in calories.

    Recipe #165320

    This coleslaw is easy to make and tastes great. My husband thought is was from KFC - only better! Give it a try. It's good with most meats, but I really like it on corned beef or hamburgers.

    Recipe #83205

    Make a batch to season chicken dishes and soup. Great no-salt better-than-poultry-seasoning.

    Recipe #190184

    This drink is great for a "gals luncheon" or just any old party. It's easily made diabetic (aren't most of my recipes?) and is rather inexpensive to make if you use store-brand. And really, who's gonna know if your pineapple juice is not Dole and your Ginger ale is not Vernors or Canada Dry? Those store-brands come in handy if you're working with a crowd. So just sit back with your drink and think about the pennies you saved! This recipe is for one glass, but is easily made for a group. It's not a punch bowl kinda drink, though. I'd do each individual glass. When you read it, you'll see...

    Recipe #142519

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Great alternative. Got from Splenda's website: splenda.com

    Recipe #64680

    21 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is an easy light recipe.

    Recipe #93777

    Finally got to try this...it was deeelish, but then again, I've never had "real" eggnog. Mom always makes boiled custard for Christmas and I could literally bathe in that stuff. I love that custard stuff so much I request it year-round. Occasionally, I get some. This is great and I hope other diabetics will give it a try.

    Recipe #143030

    Food & Family Fall 2005 issue

    Recipe #137298

    Great for breakfast, not too sweet.

    Recipe #224629

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