Diabetic friendly and pretty darned good too. *EDIT*: For some reason that I can't fathom the weight of the package in Canada is 42g but in the States it's 28g's and they seem to work exactly the same.
This is comfort food at its best for me, and it is relatively healthy! This tastes like an apple pie with the crumb topping mixed in! This is a slight adaptation of a recipe in "Fix It and Forget it Lightly" and was credited to Sue Hamilton in Minooka, IL. This is very rich and we liked it topped with fat free cool-whip. The original recipe calls for regular white flour, I just prefer to use whole wheat pastry flour.
Adopted recipe. Don't let the looks of this throw you off!!!!! A healthy, light dessert or snack that just might satisfy your chocolate cravings without all the unwanted calories. If you can let it sit alittle bit before you eat it, go ahead. The flavors blend together more.
This has less sugar than some recipes, which gives it a rich chocolatey taste with cocoa rather than solid chocolate. That makes it easier to make and means this pudding has less fat than some. I got this from a friend and it quickly became an "old reliable" for me.
A co-worker brought this in for my birthday and I had to get the recipe from him because it was delicious! I'm not a coffee drinker so the amount of coffee flavor was perfect for me, but you may want to add more...so feel free to do so! Cooking time is freezing time.
I love oranges, but diabetics have a hard time with the sugar content. This frozen dessert is deeelish and the exchanges are not all that high. 1 cup is equal to 1 1/2 fruit and 1 fat. Diabetics rejoice!
This great, delicious and supereasy recipe was given to my diabetic mother by a good friend. The original recipe called for orange flavored sugar free gelatin, but we have found that most flavors of gelatin are tasty in this recipe.
This fantastic rice pudding requires no baking, and each serving contains only 22% fat. I simply cannot put into words how deliciously creamy this pudding is. Don't let the tofu scare you off. If you like maple, you have to give this a try. I would recommend including the dried cranberries. They add even more depth and sweetness. I got this recipe from my friend Bevrs on the IBS boards at www.helpforibs.com.