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Aunt Flo's Diabetic Sweet and Sour Meatballs

I'm collecting family recipes for a family reunion cookbook. Aunt Flo was a diabetic and this recipe was given to me by her daughter Carolee from KC, MO. This recipe calls for Sugar Twin brown sugar but I prefer Splenda brand brown sugar (which does have some real brown sugar in it). I'm not sure of the amount to use for this recipe. I don't have Sugar Twin to see what a 1/2 cup equals in regular brown sugar. You need that amount to then see what to use for Splenda's equivalent. I hope you understand what I mean!

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1hr 30mins
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  • Mix the tomato sauce, brown sugar substitute and lemon juice in a large pot over medium heat and simmer 5-10 minutes.
  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Meanwhile season the meat with the salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder if you like and roll into meatballs.
  • Drop the balls into the simmering sauce and also add the cabbage and cover it with the sauce let this simmer for 10-15 minutes.
  • Tranfser this mix into a large enough baking dish and bake at 350 for 1 hour.
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"I'm collecting family recipes for a family reunion cookbook. Aunt Flo was a diabetic and this recipe was given to me by her daughter Carolee from KC, MO. This recipe calls for Sugar Twin brown sugar but I prefer Splenda brand brown sugar (which does have some real brown sugar in it). I'm not sure of the amount to use for this recipe. I don't have Sugar Twin to see what a 1/2 cup equals in regular brown sugar. You need that amount to then see what to use for Splenda's equivalent. I hope you understand what I mean!"
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  1. Oolala
    I'm collecting family recipes for a family reunion cookbook. Aunt Flo was a diabetic and this recipe was given to me by her daughter Carolee from KC, MO. This recipe calls for Sugar Twin brown sugar but I prefer Splenda brand brown sugar (which does have some real brown sugar in it). I'm not sure of the amount to use for this recipe. I don't have Sugar Twin to see what a 1/2 cup equals in regular brown sugar. You need that amount to then see what to use for Splenda's equivalent. I hope you understand what I mean!
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