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Old 23-08-2004, 01:39 AM
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Anyone have a diabetic recipe for ice cream toppings they would like to
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Cling peaches in heavy surup is my favorite!!!!

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Old 23-08-2004, 03:22 AM
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Anyone have a diabetic recipe for ice cream toppings they would
like to share?

Cling peaches in heavy surup is my favorite!!!!


Yeow, that doesn't sound very "diabetic"!

How about nuts and whipped cream? Strange as it sounds, I love maple
syrup on vanilla ice cream - nope, the *real* stuff isn't good for us
at all, but some of the low-carb ones aren't too bad.

Cinnamon is great too. Heck, I like ice cream without toppings! Some
of the "no sugar added" stuff is pretty good, although not many less
carbs than real ice cream.

Sherry
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Anyone have a diabetic recipe for ice cream toppings they would
like to share?

Cling peaches in heavy surup is my favorite!!!!


Yeow, that doesn't sound very "diabetic"!

How about nuts and whipped cream? Strange as it sounds, I love maple
syrup on vanilla ice cream - nope, the *real* stuff isn't good for us
at all, but some of the low-carb ones aren't too bad.

Cinnamon is great too. Heck, I like ice cream without toppings! Some
of the "no sugar added" stuff is pretty good, although not many less
carbs than real ice cream.

Sherry


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Recipe-Low Carb Chocolate Sauce

Here is my recipe for a small amount of chocolate sauce.

1 tablespoon Hershey's Cocoa
1 tablespoon Splenda
Stir in a small amount of boiling water. Just enough to make the sauce the consistency you need.

3 gm carb 1 gm fiber net carbs 2 gm

I use the sauce on Low Carb Ice cream.
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I also add it to Seltzer to make a chocolate soda.

To make an old fashioned "Egg Cream."

Put 1 tablespoon milk in a tall glass.
fill the glass with Seltzer.
Add 1 tablespoon of low carb Chocolate Sauce.
Stir.

Delicious.

PJ





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Anyone have a diabetic recipe for ice cream toppings they would like to
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Recipe-Low Carb Chocolate Sauce

Here is my recipe for a small amount of chocolate sauce.

1 tablespoon Hershey's Cocoa
1 tablespoon Splenda
Stir in a small amount of boiling water. Just enough to make the sauce the consistency you need.

3 gm carb 1 gm fiber net carbs 2 gm

I use the sauce on Low Carb Ice cream.
----------------------------------------------------------

I also add it to Seltzer to make a chocolate soda.

To make an old fashioned "Egg Cream."

Put 1 tablespoon milk in a tall glass.
fill the glass with Seltzer.
Add 1 tablespoon of low carb Chocolate Sauce.
Stir.

Delicious.

PJ



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How about 'diabetic jams'?
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How about 'diabetic jams'?



Smuckers makes some jams sweetened with nutrasweet. 10 calories per
tablespoon.




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How about 'diabetic jams'?



Smuckers makes some jams sweetened with nutrasweet. 10 calories per
tablespoon.




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