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Old 10-08-2012, 03:36 PM   #11
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The milk tart could be made in our pie makers and cut in 4's as to fruit, people don't realize that a large piece of any fruit is not a good idea while small pieces or small fuits would be fine. Just check you BG's and see where that piece gets you after and hour.Any questions I'll be glad to help if possible.
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Not too worried about desserts but diabetic friendly recipes for ice pops or cold drinks would be great! It's really hot here lol!

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Old 10-08-2012, 03:43 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Snip 13 View Post
Not too worried about desserts but diabetic friendly recipes for ice pops or cold drinks would be great! It's really hot here lol!
Rosehip or rosehip and hibiscus makes a lovely red tea that is great as iced tea. It has a gentle tartness, but doesn't need any sweetener. It's got lots of vitamin C.

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Old 10-08-2012, 03:57 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Snip 13 View Post
Not too worried about desserts but diabetic friendly recipes for ice pops or cold drinks would be great! It's really hot here lol!
Most cold pops have artificial sweetners, and I'm not against them I just use less than suggested. Although cold drinks with sweetners turn me off So I stick to iced tea or 0 cal drinks. flavored waters are nice I tend to add lemon or lime to teas and sparkling water. I'm wondering how boiling some zest from either lemons,oranges or limes might be then infusing that with some tea bags of choice.
if I think of more I'll let you know
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:59 PM   #14
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I'm madly in love with Pomegranate pops...I could eat them all day long. I've been thinking about making granita with them.
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Old 10-09-2012, 06:07 PM   #15
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You can freeze herbal tea into tea pops. They are pretty tasty!
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Old 10-12-2012, 04:41 AM   #16
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Sounds good, thanks Snip

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Crustless Milk Tart alla Snip Thought I would share my Milk Tart recipe with everyone since I won't be eating it myself anymore. Unless I find a good sugar substitute lol! This is a very easy to follow recipe and very South African. 1 heaped cup of all purpose flour 1 tsp of baking powder pinch of salt 1 tsp vanilla extract 5 eggs separated 60gr of butter softened 1 litre of milk 1 cup of sugar Cinnamon sugar to top Cream egg yolks, butter, vanilla, and sugar together till fluffy. Beat egg whites till stiff and fold in gently. Mix flour , baking powder and salt together. Slowly add milk to dry ingredients. Fold in the egg mixture till combined. Spoon into a greased ovenproof dish. Don't fill more than 3/4 since mixture does rise. Bake for about 40 mins at 356 F or until set but wobbly in the middle. Allow to cool and dust with cinnamon sugar. The milktart will crack slightly and sink a bit, don't worry this is normal. 3 stars 1 reviews
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