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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Diabetic Friendly Desserts

By Maggie David

Diabetes Desserts - Yummy Recipes for the whole kinfolk.

They tell that you do not have to wait for diabetes to strike to develop treatment or the medicines. You can always take preventative measures to stall its onset, specially if there are inherited factors or sedentary lifestyles that present amongst your household. So, when you are searching for dessert recipes, it makes a lot of good sense to go for diabetic friendly desserts as these do not only cater to the household member who suffers from diabetes, but the rest of the kinfolk will enjoy and benefit from them equally.

The best thing about diabetes desserts is that these recipes not only curb the craving for sweets (a normal phenomena with most diabetes patients) but it can go a long way to forestall the start of the disease for others in the kinsfolk, cure or reduce the diabetic surges for the patient implicated. However much we may understand the relevance of balanced diet and physical exercise, there may be a member in the kinfolk who eats lashings of fats and sugars and is likely overweight. The diabetes desserts in such families might serve multiple people with multiple needs.

We all realize that one of the ways to keep diabetes under control is to have foods from all the four food groups and delete alcohol, fats and sugars from the daily diet. The first-class word is that it is not at all times essential to do away with desserts and snacks, even when you are a type two diabetic! Here is the recipe of one of the simplest but the tastiest desserts for diabetics, which can be served to every member of the family freely, without feeling the common pangs of guilt:

Diabetic Fudge: One of the simplest of many diabetes desserts, the ingredients that you need include 1 14 1/2 oz. evaporated milk, 3 tbsp. cocoa, 1/4 cup of liquid sweetener to equal 1/2 cup of sugar, 1/4 tsp. salt, 1 tsp. vanilla, 2 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs (or any water cracker you can get) and 1/4 cup of nuts. Mix the cocoa and the milk in a pan. Add the sweetener and salt to the mixture and bring to boil. Stir the remaining ingredients except the graham crackers. After removing from heat, let the mixture cool for about 15 minutes. You can now divide the mixture into balls. (You choose the dimensions, but golf ball size should make about 30 portions). Roll in the cracker crumbs and allow the whole thing to chill.

Now, does this sound scrumptious yet undemanding? It tastes yummy too and no one would ever realize that you had put in that extra morsel for your diabetes desserts! As is evident, with a bit of creativity, you can make up some yummy snacks and diabetes desserts, which the whole kinfolk can relish. Of course, if you back your diabetic diet with some physical exercises every day, you could be able to say "adieu" to this killer disease always.

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