2 Reviews

If you wanted to make this more diabetic friendly, I would do this, although, it will still be a little carb filled, it will be more friendly to those of us who can't take the carbs.Use sugar-free pudding instead of fat free,Splenda instead of sugar,sugar free pound cake,i.e. Pound cake made with Splenda ( you probably would have to make your own), sugar free preserves,and sugar free whipped topping. I don't know what the nutritional value would be after these changes, but it has to better than it is, as one reviewer says, this is not diabetic friendly.

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KittyKitty July 12, 2006

Can someone tell my WHY this is labeled DIABETIC when it has a MEAL'S worth of carbs? Call it Low-Fat, but no diabetic! It is so frustrating to find recipes which look like they are friends, only to discover they are foes!

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Tomo TheCat November 23, 2005
Diabetic, Low-Fat Chocolate Grand Marnier Trifle