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Old 01-10-2003, 04:24 AM
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"Linda" wrote in message
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I have never looked in on your group before but would really appreciate it
if anyone has a diabetic ice cream recipe. My husband has type 2 diabetes
and would love to have some again.
Thanks.




I see it in the grocery. The sugar free Klondike bars are good. The
healthy choice is awful! Still experimenting with other brands.


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Old 02-10-2003, 05:18 AM
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I'm on the Atkins' diet and have a ice-cream recipe that uses Splenda
instead of sugar. It's not bad. I don't have the recipe with me right now
(I'm at work) but if you go to the Atkin's web site. Atkins.com or do a
"goggle" search for low carb recipes you'll find it. It's basically just
heavy whipping cream, eggs, splenda, vanilla extract and I cant remember the
rest. I also just made a low carb, sugar free cheesecake this past weekend
and it was pretty good. My home e-mail is if you want
that recipe.

Rosie

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I know it must sound silly, we live in England and my husbands diabetic


nurse just tells him to cut right down on sugar and stay of off sauces in


foods. We know there are carbs in food such as potatoes,pasta and bread

but

do not know how much is good or too much.


Thankyou for all your replies.






"Peanutjake" wrote in message


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Read the labels.


Don't be fooled by "sugar free."


I have found some "regular" ice creams with less carbs than the "sugar


free" varieties.




With diabetes, it is the amount of carbs in a food that counts. Not the


amount of, or lack of sugar.




PJ










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"Linda" wrote in message
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I have never looked in on your group before but would really appreciate

it
if anyone has a diabetic ice cream recipe. My husband has type 2

diabetes
and would love to have some again.
Thanks.




I see it in the grocery. The sugar free Klondike bars are good. The
healthy choice is awful! Still experimenting with other brands.


--
The generation that used acid to escape reality
Is now using antacid to deal with reality
http://www.dwacon.com






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