No need to spend $3.50 or so per box when you can make these treats at home. My husband is diabetic and likes this sweet snack to get rid of a peanut butter and chocolate craving. We use Quaker Corn Bran puffs in this because it has a decent amount of whole grain and fiber and tastes like a less sweet version of corn pops.
1 pack: 100 calories, 4g fat, 65mg sodium, 14g carbs, 1g fiber, 9g sugars, 2g protein = 2 points
Lighter version of Karen=^..^='s cookies Recipe #29807. Very light and airy. Yogurt adds another .5 gram carb per cookie. Egg beaters add a little more protein.
NOTE: I tried this recipe, and it tasted like crap the next day.
From dlife.com. Appropriate for diabetics as these are low in fat and carbs. You can use different flavors of jam or preserves to make these.
70 Calories; 12g Carb; 2.5g Total Fat; 1.5g Saturated Fat; 10mg Cholesterol; 2g Protein; 45mg Sodium; 3g Sugars. Exchanges per serving: 1 Starch.
This simple recipe can be embellished upon, or just thrown together as-is. It's written for a ten cup cooker but can be cut down for a 5 or 7 cup. You can sub other pasta for the spaghetti, I just tried it with linguine. Members of the rice cooker cookbook group on yahoo also say this works with alfredo sauce too. From SallysKitchen.com.
This is from wikicookbooks. I have never tried it but here for safe keeping. Pandora's Feast is a complete vegan meal that can be served several times a week due to the ease with which it can be modified. The meal is easy to prepare in a rice cooker.