Eating Well with Diabetes: More Than 350 Savory Recipes and a Special Dessert Section

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With these delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes—from appetizers to gourmet entrées to luscious desserts—a diabetic need never feel deprived! This updated version of the popular book has been thoroughly reviewed by a nutritionist and diabetes specialist, and includes the most current exchange list charts from The American Diabetes Association(R).Designed to help home cooks add to their repertoire of diabetic dishes—and to remove the stigma of being on a “restricted diet”—it includes such tasty meals as Macaroni ...
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Overview

With these delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes—from appetizers to gourmet entrées to luscious desserts—a diabetic need never feel deprived! This updated version of the popular book has been thoroughly reviewed by a nutritionist and diabetes specialist, and includes the most current exchange list charts from The American Diabetes Association(R).Designed to help home cooks add to their repertoire of diabetic dishes—and to remove the stigma of being on a “restricted diet”—it includes such tasty meals as Macaroni and Cheese Supreme, Roast Duck with Orange Sauce, and Grand Marnier Soufflé that everyone will enjoy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780594510536
  • Publisher: Sterling Innovation
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2005

    'Coconut Macaroons Recipe A Flaky Attempt'

    I am not very impressed w/this book. Being a Type I diabetic for over 38 years I have a low tolerance for foods that don't taste good to me! I've tried a couple of the recipes in this book and I was not happy w/the results. For example, the 'Coconut Macaroons' on page 223. I made this recipe this afternoon. When I attempted to remove the cookies from the cookie sheet they fell apart! After leaving them on the counter for the family to try, the cookies AGAIN fell apart! They could use a little 'glue' to keep them together.and maybe just a little flavoring to give them a little 'umph'. The recipe and the disappointment were a little hard to swallow.

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