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    • Delicious Diabetic Dishes• What does a diabetic recipe look like?• What sugar/sugar substitutes are best for cooking?• Where to find Diabetic Recipes?
    • Diabetic Recipes• Do not have more than 30grams of carbohydrate per serving• Flour is not the main source of carbohydrate• Low in fat (<10% calories from fat) and sodium (~650mg per meal)
    • Sugar/Sugar Substitutes for Cooking• Sugar: 1 cup=720kcal, Good for meringue and making fluffy cakes• Honey: 1 cup=960kcal, Good for dressings and marinades• Brown Sugar: 1 cup=720kcal, Provides caramel flavor and darker color• Agave Nectar: 1cup=960kcal, Good for adding sweetness to beverages
    • Sugar/Sugar Substitutes for Cooking• Splenda/Sucralose: Denser finish product, strong after taste• Sweet N Low/Acesulfame K: Not as heat stable, better for cold items• Aspartame/Equal: Less than sweet when heated and doesn’t brown as well• Truvia/Stevia: Personal preference for cooking• Most baking sugar substitutes have sugar in them to help cakes/brownies
    • Where to find the Recipes?Cookbooks:-The Family Classics Diabetes Cookbook-Lickety-Split Diabetic Dishes-The Diabetes Comfort Food CookbookWebsites:-www.diabetes.org-www.diabeticlivingonline.com
    • Carrots with CardamomIngredients: Method:• 2 lbs carrots, peeled • Preheat oven to 450 and sliced degrees• 4 tsp melted margarine • Combine margarine,• 2 tsp olive oil oil, salt, and• ½ tsp salt cardamom in a large bowl.• ½ tsp ground cardamom • Toss carrots in oil mixture • Place on a baking sheet and bake 30minsNutrition: 103 kcal, 1.5g protein, 5g fat, 8mg stirring twice.cholesterol, 323mg sodium, 15g carbohydrate, 5g • Serves: 5 (1/2 cfiber
    • Mashed TurnipsIngredients: Method:• 1.5 lbs turnips, peeled • Steam turnips in and quartered boiling water until• 1 clove garlic, roasted fork tender• 1 Tbsp olive oil • Drain turnips and• ¼ tsp salt place in food processor along with garlic and• ½ cup 2% cheddar oil cheese • Process until smooth• ½ cup plain Greek adding cheese and yogurt yogurt.Nutrition: 73 kcal, 3g protein, 4g fat, 8mgsalt and • Season withcholesterol, 182mg sodium, 7gpepper. Makes 1.5g carbohydrate, 8fiber servings
    • Sugar Free Praline PecansIngredients: Method:• 1 lb pecan, • Make a foam with egg halves whites, sugar sub.,• 6 egg whites cinnamon and salt.• 1/2c sugar • Preheat oven to 250 substitute degrees• 1.5 tsp • Toss pecans in egg white cinnamon mixture.• 1/4 tsp salt • Spread pecans onto baking sheet and bake 30minsNutrition: 8 halves: 101kcal, 2.0g pro,10g fat, 0mg stirring every 10 mins.cholesterol, 30mg sodium, 2g carb, 1.4g fiber, 2gprotein Makes: 32 servings.
    • Pumpkin MousseIngredients: Method:• 8 oz fat free cream • In a mixing bowl cheese combine cream cheese• 1 (15oz) pureed and sugar sub until pumpkin smooth• 1/2c sugar sub. • Add pumpkin and spice• 2 cups whipped topping and mix well• 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice • Fold in whipped topping• 16 graham crackers • Place in dessert dishes crushed and top with optionalNutrition: Mousse: 156 kcal, 3.5g protein, 13.5g fat, graham cracker43mg cholesterol, 106mg sodium, 7g carbohydrate, toppings2g fiber •
    • Questions???CTMC Clinical Dietitians (512) 753-3511Alicia.westfall@ahss.org