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    OAMC - For my Diabetic Friends!

    I am not a diabetic, but when looking for great OAMC recipes I can give to my diabetic friends, I ran into these. I can't guarantee that they are truly diabetic so please make sure first. If you find something here that doesn't belong, or you have something I can add that is freezable, please zmail me! Thanks guys
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    Great recipe modified from a flaxseed for hope website

    Recipe #352564

    It is a lovely combination of light cheesecake and autumn. I never use the canned stuff (fresh mashed sweet potatoes the darker the better are my favourite) but I know it works well. Also, I sometimes use Splenda Brown sugar mix or Sugar Twin brown sugar and some lite maple syrup instead of sugar.

    Recipe #196618

    14 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a lower fat alternative to chili. It is nicely seasoned, tastes great on a cold winter day and freezes well. This makes a delicious meal served with cornbread or crusty rolls. As this makes quite a bit, I usually put it into 2-quart containers, cool and freeze. The night before I am going to serve it, I put it in the refrigerator and allow it to defrost. Then heat and enjoy!

    Recipe #199210

    My recipe using a tasty white sauce with pimentos. If you can't eat red meat this may be of help to you. Chicken can be substituted for tuna. You can use Recipe #174536. I have simplified the preparation. Blender, pot and 9x13-inch pan,

    Recipe #202559

    I found this one in my collection. This is for a garlic lover! It needs to marinate for at least 24 hours before cooking. Great on whole chickens and chicken breasts. I will be using it as a OAMC recipe. As with all garlic recipes, make sure everyone around you enjoys garlic as much as you do.

    Recipe #209148

    This is a recipe for gluten-free, cane-sugar-free hamantaschen. They don't have a hard sugar-cookie consistency; Rather, they are more like soft, cakey pastries. Delicious! I filled half of my hamantaschen with no-sugar-added apricot preserves. The other half I filled with lekvar, a puree of dried prunes that have been softened in boiling water. You can buy canned lekvar, which has sugar or corn syrup in it, or you can try making it yourself using a traditional recipe but omitting or replacing the sugar. This recipe has no refined sugars. It uses agave nectar, which is one of the least refined sweeteners available. Though it naturally contains fructose, it is much lower on the glycemic index (GI) than other natural sweeteners, which can makes it more suitable for some diabetics, sugar-sensitive people, low-carbers, and hypoglycemics.

    Recipe #213789

    This rich spread lacks saturated fat or cholesterol, but not flavor! I love to serve it with pita wedges and veggie sticks. Would also be great heaped in a tortilla! I adapted it from Alive magazine.

    Recipe #232977

    The bright, fresh flavor of lime sparks up a simple chicken for the grill or the broiler. Too tasty to believe that its healthy! Removing the skin cuts the cholesterol. Adding a little heart-healthy olive oil preserves the juiciness. Its nice and quick too because, unlike many recipes of the sort, it does not require long marinating.

    Recipe #246370

    With a crust! One of the product lines of Mrs. Bairds Bakeries, based in Fort Worth, Texas, is whole-wheat sugar-free bread and buns. I discovered them when I was doing WW and loved them. If you can't find this bread, use whatever you have, keeping in mind that the *sugar-free* status no longer applies.

    Recipe #262685

    I found the base for this recipe in a cookbook for Diabetics ("Month of Meals"); I modified it a tiny bit, but it’s mostly the same. I really like meat sauce, but my roommate is vegetarian – we’ve found that the Yves brand fake-meat crumbles are perfect in this recipe & it makes us both happy. Plus, it’s a lot healthier! If you’re really sensitive to spicy foods like me, this recipe has a great chili flavor without using a lot of chili powder; I typically use about 1 tablespoon. Of course, add as much or as little as you want. By the way, this dish (like many chilis) gets even better the next day - it does wonderfully to refrigerate or freeze it.

    Recipe #285484

    A delicious pumpkin soup for fall, or anytime of year. Low-fat, and lots of fiber. Great as a side dish with fish, chicken or turkey.

    Recipe #291993

    Easy crock pot recipe that requires a bit of prep but turns out delicious! I created this as an alternative to similar recipes that call for a bottle of Italian dressing, because I prefer to control the ingredients in my recipes. (Does anyone really want to ingest xanthan gum?) Shred the leftovers and use them in all manner of Italian and Mexican dishes! Notes: This recipe requires a large crock pot (I use a 6-qt one). Can be cooked from frozen but doesn't absorb the Italian seasoning as well (because seasonings must be sprinkled atop the skin), and may be difficult to get the lid on the crock pot tightly.

    Recipe #293985

    This banana bread is so good, I can't keep it around my house for very long - and I have to make a double recipe every time! And since it has no sugar, flour and very little fat - I have no problems with my kids gobbling it up! I always make a double recipe and freeze one loaf - always refrigerate the other loaf otherwise will go bad very quickly!

    Recipe #296040

    This is my latest concoction in my mission to bring healthier food to my household. Over the past few weeks I have been using Fridays to try out different versions of healthier burgers. Tonight we had these Thai inspired turkey burgers. They had a fresh taste and I think it is important to use the fresh versions of the ingredients rather than dried spices to get that taste. I had mine on a bun with some crisp lettuce and some fat free mayo and ketchup. I bet they would be really nice with some sweet chili sauce in place of the ketchup and mayo though. These could easily be made up and frozen raw to have ready when short of time. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #299431

    This easy to make, low fat soup is suitable for vegetarians & diabetics alike and freezes well. Recipe Courtesy of Australian Good Taste magazine. After blending the soup, the recipe says to transfer it to a clean saucpan to heat through, but I don't see the point of involving any more dishes than absolutely nesessary and would just return in to the same pot. :)

    Recipe #321718

    This is the instructions I found to roast fresh pumpkins. It's more of a how-to than a recipe.

    Recipe #332065

    Freezes great. Prep time is basically chopping onions and opening cans. Plenty of fiber, low in fat. I'm a chili heathen, I just don't like it hot! And my daughter is a total spice hater. So I tried dumping everything chili-ish from my pantry into my slow-cooker without any seasonings. Surprisingly, my picky eater likes it - and so do I! Every time it turns out a little bit different because I use whatever's on hand, but the basic idea is here. Any beans will do: pinto, black, kidney, northern, navy... Should take any chili spice blend well if you like yours with some kick!

    Recipe #334356

    My sister is boarderline diabetic and controls her sugar intake with diet. Here is an easy apple pie with all the flavour but non of the extra sugar.

    Recipe #339208

    A healthy and hearty muffin made from oats and cornmeal that uses Splenda and soy milk -- tasty!!! I adapted this from a delicious recipe that I found on this site for Oatmeal Cornbread Muffins because I follow a specific diet; my version is sugar-free, wheat-free, and lactose-free -- thank you, Chef!

    Recipe #346533

    Another recipe posted for future use. It is from Joanna Lund. I can't wait to try this. Typical "Mexican" food won't fit into my diet plan, but this one will fit nicely. Prep times are estimates. The recipe says it can be frozen successfully. Only 295 colories per serving. The Diabetic Exchanges per serving are: 2 Protein, 2 Vegetable and 1 starch.

    Recipe #138889

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