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Old 07-01-2004, 12:34 AM
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I am getting married in May. I, along with my parents and his
parents, are all T2. Any tips on a diabetic wedding cake? I can make
it myself if I can find a good recipe, or I can pass the recipe on to
the baker.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

_____

Lori
T2 since 2/97

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Old 07-01-2004, 02:13 AM
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In article , Lori
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I am getting married in May. I, along with my parents and his
parents, are all T2. Any tips on a diabetic wedding cake? I can make
it myself if I can find a good recipe, or I can pass the recipe on to
the baker.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

_____

Lori
T2 since 2/97



How about a lowcarb cheesecake, with ground almond crust..
As always YMMV and this is JMO
Jeanne Type 2 Diagnosed 05/28/02
189/154/120
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Old 07-01-2004, 03:11 AM
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I use the oh-so-common recipe for 1-2-3-4 cake. There are many recipes. One
is on the back of the Swan's Down cake flour box. I use the recipe in the
Joy of Cooking. I use a liquid sugar substitute (PerfectlySweet). To
compensate for the added liquid, I remove half the sugar measure of milk. It
comes out really marvelous. I usually make two half-sheets at a time.
PerfectlySweet also has a recipe for an absolutely wonderful buttercream
frosting. I don't get paid by PerfectlySweet for this recommendation.

I have also used Splenda which is also very good. But, I prefer
PerfectlySweet. At any rate, you should look into their buttercream
frosting. A baker could do some fine decorating with this frosting.


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Kim, Merritt Island, Florida 32952



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I am getting married in May. I, along with my parents and his
parents, are all T2. Any tips on a diabetic wedding cake? I can make
it myself if I can find a good recipe, or I can pass the recipe on to
the baker.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

_____

Lori
T2 since 2/97



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Old 03-02-2004, 04:31 PM
Lisa Villani
 
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try diabetic recipie internet sites. I do not have them off by heart but
there are tons, either through Atkins websitr or other low carb sites. Good
luck and congratulations on your upcoming nuptuals
lisa
"Lori" wrote in message
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I am getting married in May. I, along with my parents and his
parents, are all T2. Any tips on a diabetic wedding cake? I can make
it myself if I can find a good recipe, or I can pass the recipe on to
the baker.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

_____

Lori
T2 since 2/97





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