Baked Custard (Diabetic) Recipe
2 1/2 cup low fat milk
1/4 tsp salt
3 tbsp granulated sugar replacement
1 tsp vanilla nutmeg
Combine milk, sugar replacement, salt, vanilla and eggs in large
bowl. Beat to blend well. Pour into six 1/2 cup individual baking
dishes; sprinkle with nutmeg. Set cups in large baking pan. Add 1
inch of water to pan. Bake custard at 350 degrees for 45 min. or
until knife inserted in center comes out clean.
From: Fred Mueller Date: 09-15-93
to Diabetic Recipes
Food Tips of the Week
Drink more water. At times during a hectic day, you guess you are peckish but in truth you might only want a restorative glass of water or cranberry juice. The sensations of needing food and needing a drink are close, but one can result in a fat tummy and the alternative is ok.
Some lower carbohydrate diet pointers:
* It is possible to make wonderful smoothies by using reduced carb yogurt.
Ok, well, you can't really call it cooking, but if you really love smoothies you can throw them together with low carb yogurt and fruit. Of course, you should ensure you use fruit that is low in carbohydrates and use the whole fruit as the fiber will help.
Superfoods containing carotenes
(includes carrots, collard greens and tomato puree)
These orange and green healthy plants contain alpha-carotene and beta-carotene thought to help in helping stop cancer, spefically cancer of the esophagus. A good number are low in calories, so should be included in every weight loss regime.
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