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California Pot Roast
-  Yield: 20 servings

4 lb Beef rump; 2 Carrots; sliced
2 tb Flour; 1 tb Worchetershire sauce;
1 ts Salt; 1 c Water;
1/16 ts Pepper; Sugar substitite equivalant
1 tb Oil; - 1/2 c
1 Onion; chopped fine;

Dredge meat well in flour, salt, and pepper. Brown in oil in
skillet; add remaining ingredients. Cover. Simmer about 4 hours
over low heat. Food Exchange per serving: 2 MEAT EXCHANGES

Source: Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little and Penny L. Thourup
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

By simplify3, published on Aug. 31 2007, 444
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Carrot Bars
-  Yield: 28 servings

3 lg Eggs; Dry sugar sub. equal to 1/4
1 c Sugar;(mmmm) Cup sugar (optional)
1/2 c Vegetable oil; 2 ts Baking soda;
1 c Pureed carrots; 1/2 ts Salt;
1 ts Vanilla; 1/2 c Raisins;
2 c All-purpose flour; 1/2 c Walnuts;

Place eggs, sugar, oil, carrots and vanilla in a mixer bowl and mix at
medium speed until creamy. Stir flour, dry sugar substitute, baking
soda, salt, cinnamon, raisins and nuts together to blend well, and
add to creamy mixture. Mix at medium speed until creamy again.
Spread batter evenly in an 11 by 15 jelly roll pan that has been
sprayed with pan spray or greased with margarine. Bake at 350
degrees for 25 to 30 minutes, or until bars are firm in the center.
Remove to a wire rack and cool to room temperature. Cut four by
seven.

Food Exchange per serving: 1 STARCH EXCHANGE + 1 FAT EXCHANGE
CHO: 17g; PRO: 2g; FAT: 5g; CAL: 135
Low-sodium diets: Omit salt. Use salt-free carrot puree.

Source: Desserts for Diabetic by Mabel Cavaiani,R.D.

Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal Master

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Carrot-Raisin Muffins
-  Yield: 12 servings

Nonstick vegetable spray 1 ts Cinnamon
1 c Flour 1/8 ts Cloves
2 tb Wheat germ, toasted 1/8 ts Nutmeg
1 1/2 ts Baking powder 1 1/3 c Carrots, shredded
1 ts Baking soda 1/2 c Raisins, soaked in hot water
1/2 ts Salt 2 Eggs
2 ts Brown sugar substitute 2 tb Vegetable oil

Preheat oven to 350 F. Spray muffin tins. (My suggestion: spray
paper muffin cups - low fat muffins tend to stick.)

Combine dry ingredients in a large bowl. Stir in carrots and drained
raisins.

Beat eggs with oil. Stir into flour mixture. Divide batter evenly
among 12 tins. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until toothpick inserted in
center of muffin comes out clean.

1 muffin - 105 cal, 1 starch, 1/2 fat exchange 3 grams protein, 4
grams fat, 16 grams carbohydrate, 1 gram fiber 213 mg sodium, 118 mg
potassium, 46 mg cholesterol

Source: Am. Diabetes Assoc. Family Cookbook Volume III, 1987 Shared
but not tested by Elizabeth Rodier, Dec 93

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Cauliflower Au Gratin
-  Yield: 4 servings

2 c Caulifowerets; 1/4 c American Cheese; diced
1 ts Salt Vegetable cooking spray;
1 ts Butter or margarine; Salt to taste;
1 ts Flour; Fresh ground pepper;
1 c Milk; cold

Place caulifowerets in large kettle. Fill with enough water to cover.
(Boy! Everything seams to boil the heck of vegetables in this book)
Add salt. Bring to boil. (Why not steam them?) Drain. (Shutter)
Rinse with cold water. Melt butter or margarine in saucepan. Cook
over low heat, stirring constantly, until slightyly thickened. Add
flower in baking dish coated with vegetable cooking spray; add salt
and pepper. Cover with cheese topping. Bake at 350F for 20 minutes.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE + 1/2 MEAT EXCHANGE;
CAL: 119

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master.

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Chicken and Broccoli Skillet
-  Yield: 4 servings

2 c Broccoli; cut 3/4 pieces 1 cl Garlic; minced
1/2 c Onion; chopped 4 Chicken breast halves;
1/4 ts Lemon pepper; -boned skinless(1 1b total)
1/4 ts Thyme; dried + crushed 1 c Halved cherry tomatoes;
1/4 ts Cooking oil;

Spray a cold large skillet with nonstick coating. Preheat skillet
over medium heat. Add broccoli, onion, lemon pepper, and thyme to
skillet. Cook and stir for 3 to 4 minutes or till vegetables are
crisp-tender. Remove vegetable are crisp-tender. Remove vegetable
mixture from the skillet; keep warm. Add oil and garlic to hot
skillet. Rinse chicken; pat dry. Add to skillet. Cook chicken over
medium-high heat about 10 minutes or till chicken is tender and not
longer pink, turning once. Add Cherry tomatoes. Cover and cook 1 to
2 minute or till heated through. Makes 4 servings
Food Exhange per serving: 3 LEAN MEAT EXHANGES + 1 VEGETABLE
EXCHANGE + 1 FAT EXCHANGE

Source: Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Cook Book
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Chicken Giblet Vegetable Soup
-  Yield: 6 servings

Uncooked giblets; of 1 or 2 3/4 c Celery; finely chopped even
-chickens -the leaves.
6 3/4 c Cold water; 9 oz (1 cn) tomato juice
1 1/2 ts Salt or to taste 1 1/2 tb Parsley flakes; OR
3/16 ts Fresh ground pepper; 3 tb Fresh parsley; minced
3/4 c Carrot; finely diced 3/8 ts Paprika
3/4 c Onion; chopped 3 tb Quick-cooking oatmeal;

Wash giblets and discard all fat pieces. Place in a large cooking
pot with water, and if you must, salt. Bring to a boil and simmer
about 25 minutes. Add all other ingredients except the oatmeal;
simmer soup gently about 30 minutes more. Remove giblets and chop
into small pieces. Return giblets to soup; add oatmeal, stir, and
simmer 5 minutes. This was 4 servings, but was change to 6 serving.

Food Exchange per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE + 1/2 LEAN MEAT
EXCHANGE Low-sodium diets: Omit salt. Substitute unsalted tomato
juice. CHO: 7g; PRO: 5g; FAT: 1g; CAL: 56

Source: The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic by Mary Abbott
Hess,R.D.,M.S. and Katharine Middleton
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Chicken Rosemary
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Chicken Salad
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Chili Con Carne
-  Yield: 8 servings

2 c Ground beef; -undiluted
1 c Onion; chopped finely 2 c Kidney beans;
1 cl Garlic; chopped finely 1 tb Malt vinegar;
2 tb Chili powder; 1/4 ts Salt(all right)
1 1/4 c Condensed tomato soup;

Brown beef in hot pan, stir in onion, arlic, and chili powder. Cook,
stirring often until onion is tender; add rest of indgredients; bring
to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally,
about 15 minutes.
Food Exchange per servings: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 1/2 FAT
EXCHANGE + 2 MEAT EXCHANGES + 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE

Souce: Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little and Penny L Thorup
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master.

By simplify3, published on Aug. 31 2007, 444
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Chinese Salad
-  Yield: 12 servings

1 lg Head of Bibb lettuce; 8 oz Can Bamboo shoots;
1 lg Head of Boston Lettuce; 1 c Bean spouts;
2 Stalks chinse cabbage; 1/2 c Soy french Dressing;

Rinse lettuce and cabbage leaves. Break into bite-size pieces. Place
in plactic bag or tightly covered container. Store in refrigerator 4
to 6 hours or overnight to crisp. Drain water chestnuts, bamboo
shoots, and bean sprouts. Rinse with cold water. Drain thoroughly.
Thinly slice the water chestnuts. Carefully pat greens dry with
towel. Place in wooden bowl. Cover with Soy French Dressing. Toss
lightly until all ingredients are coated.
Food Exchange per serving: 1/2 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE; CAL: 40

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master.

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Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings)
-  Yield: 1 servings

3/8 lb To 2 lb chicken pieces; 1/2 tb Water
-meaty breast halves, thighs 1/4 tb Cornstarch
-or drumsticks 1/4 c Celery;bias-sliced 1/4thick
3/16 c Water 1 Green onions; cut into 1
1/2 tb Dry sherry; -pieces
1/2 tb Reduced-sodium soy sauce; 1/3 c Hot cooked rice;
1/16 ts Garlic powder;

Remove skin from chicken. Rinse Chicken; pat dry. Spray a cold large
skillet with nonstick coating. Preheat the skillet over medium heat.
Brown chicken pieces on all sides in hot skillet.

Add 3/4 cup water, sherry, soy sauce, and garlic powder. Bring to
boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, covered for 35 to 40 minutes or till
chicken is tender and no longer pink. Transfer chicken to a serving
platter; keep warm.

For sauce, stir together the 2 tablespoon water and the cornstarch;
set aside. Cook and stir for 3 to 4 minutes or until celery is crisp
+ tender. Stir in the cornstarch mixture. Cook and stir till
thickened and bubbly. Cook and stir for 2 minutes more. Serve
chicken and sauce with hot cooked rice. Makes 4 servings.

Food Exchange per serving: 3 LEAN MEAT EXCHANGES + 1 STARCH/BREAD
EXCHANGE

Source: Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Cook Book

Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master.

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Chocolate and Peanut Butter Crescents
-  Yield: 24 servings

2 c Sifted all purpose flour 1 ts Vanilla extract
1/3 c Unsweetened cocoa 3/4 c Granulated sugar
1/4 ts Salt 1 Egg
1/4 lb (1 stick) butter

Sift together the flour, cocoa, and salt and set aside. In the large
bowl of an electric mixer cream the butter. Beat in the vanilla and
sugar. Add the egg and beat until thoroughly mixed. On low speed
gradually add the sifted dry ingredients, scraping the bowl with a
rubber spatula and beating until the mixture holds together. Transfer
the dough to a small bowl for ease in handling and set aside at room
temperature. Prepare the filling.

3/4 cup smooth (not chunky) peanut butter 1/2 cup strained or sifted
confectioners sugar.

In a small bowl thoroughly mix the peanut butter and the sugar.

Adjust rack to the center of the oven and preheat to 325 degrees.

To shape the cookies: On a large piece of wax paper place the cookie
dough in mounds, using a slightly rounded tsp. (no more) of the dough
for each mound-in order not to make them too large its best to
measure with a measuring spoon. Do maybe a quarter of the dough at a
time.

Then do the same with the filling, using a level 1/2 measuring
teaspoon for each mound. Place on other pieces of waxed paper.

Pick up one mound of the dough, roll it between your hands into a
ball, and flatten it between your palms until it is very thin. Then,
with a small metal spatula or a table knife, lift up and place one
mound of the filling in the center of the flattened dough. With your
fingers bring the dough around the filling and pinch the edges to
seal. Roll the filled dough between your hands into a cylindrical
shape about 2 inches long with very slightly tapered ends. Place the
cookie on an unbuttered cookie sheet and as you do, turn the ends
down slightly to form a short fat crescent. Continue shaping the
cookies and placing them 1/2 to 1 inch apart-these do not spread.

Bake for 13 to 15 minutes, or until the cookies are firm to the touch.
Reverse the cookie sheet front to back once to insure even bakinZ of
sugar and roll the cookies in the sugar as they come out of oven.

From: Maida Heatters Book of Great Cookies Shared By: Pat Stockett

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Chocolate Bars
-  Yield: 32 servings

2 c All-purpose flour; 1/2 ts Salt;
1 c Sugar; 1 c Margarine (2 Sticks); at
1/2 c Cocoa; Room temperature
1 ts Baking soda; 2 lg Eggs;
Dry substitute equal to 1/3 2 ts Vanilla;
Cup sugar 1/2 c Semisweet chocolate chips;
1/2 ts Cinnamon;

Place flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, dry sugar substitute,
cinnamon, and salt in a mixer bowl and mix a low speed to blend well.
Add margarine, eggs, vanilla and water, and mix at medium speed to
blend well. Spread batter evenly in an 11 by 15 jelly roll pan that
has been sprayed with pan spray or greased with margarine. Bake at
325 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes, or until bars pull away the sides
of the pan and a cake tester comes out clean from the center. Place
on wire rack and sprinkle chocolate chips evenly over the top of the
hot bars. Mark four by eight and cool until chocolate has hardended.
Cut as marked. (Might be a good idea to cut even more sugar out of
this.)

Food Exchange per serving: 1 STARCH EXCHANGE + 1 FAT EXCHANGE

CHO: 14g; PRO: 2g; FAT: 7g; CAL: 123
Low-sodium diets: Omit salt. Use salt-free margarine.

Desserts for Diabetic by Mabel Cavaiani, R.D.

Brought to you and yours by Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Chop Suey with Tuna
-  Yield: 4 servings

2 Stalks celery; cut small 2 c Water +
1/2 Onion; chopped fine 2 tb Water;
3/16 ts Pepper; 3/4 c Rice;
2 tb Soy sauce; 3/4 c Tuna;

Cook celery and onion in 2 tb water over low heat, covered. When
tender, remove from heat, add rice, 2 c water, and seasonings. Bring
to a boil. Turn heat to low and cook covered, until rice is tender
and liquid absorbed (about 1/2 hour). Add tuna. Mix and remove from
heat. Set aside, covered, for a few minutes before serving.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 1 MEAT EXCHANGE

Souce: Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little with Penny L. Thorup
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

The cookbook doesnt have the nutritional values as it 22 years old.
Only the calories: 145 per serving

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Confetti Bean Salad
-  Yield: 6 servings

16 oz Mixed cut green + wax beans; 1/4 c Onion; chopped
(1 can) 2 tb Pimiento; chopped
1/2 c Cider vinegar; Sugar substitute equivalent;
1 tb Mixed pickling spices; -to 5 teaspoons sugar
1/4 c Celery; finely chopped Crisp lettuce leaves;
1/4 c Green pepper; chopped

Drain beans, saving liquid. Combine this liquid with vinegar in a
saucepan. Add mixed pickling qpice, either loose or in a small
cheesecloth bag. Bring to a boil, cover, reduce heat to low, and
simmer gently for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, mix all the vegetables in a
bowl. Remove liquid from heat; add sweetener and stir until
dissolved. Pour over vegetables and remove spice bag or loose spices.
Chill several hours, stirring occasionaly. Drain before serving on
crisp lettuce. Food Exchange per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE CHO:
7g; PRO: 1g; FAT: 0; CAL: 28

SOURCE: The Art of Cooking For the Diabetic by Mary Abbott Hess,R.D.,
M.S. and Katharine Middleton
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Corn Muffins
-  Yield: 12 servings

1/2 c Corn meal; 1 ts Salt
1 c Flour; 3/4 c Milk;
1 tb Baking powder; 1 tb Butter or margarine; melted

Mix dry ingredients. Add lightly beaten egg, milk and butter. Bake
in muffins tins lined with cupcake papers for 20 minutes at 400F
*Be careful not to overbeat these (or any muffins) aor they will have
air tunnels and pointed tops.
Food Exchanges: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 1/2 FAT EXCHANGE; CAL: 95

Source: Sugar Free...Thats me by Judith Majors
Brought to you and yours by Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Corn Pudding
-  Yield: 6 servings

16 oz Can of corn; 1 ts Sugar replacement;
1 Egg; 3/4 c Milk;
1 ts Pimiento; Chopped Salt to taste;
1 ts Green pepper; Fresh ground pepper;
1 ts Margarine; Vegetable cooking spray;

Combine all ingredients, except vegetable cooking spray. Pour into
baking dish coated with vegetable cooking spray. Bake at 325F for 35
to 40 minutes, or until firm.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 STRACH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 1 FAT EXCHANGE
CAL: 55

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Country French Chicken
-  Yield: 6 servings

2 lb Meaty chicken; (breast 1 c Carrot; coarsely chopped
-halves thighs, drumsticks) 1 md Onion; cut into sm wedges
Nonstick spray coating 1 cl Garlic; minced
1 c Mushrooms; sliced fresh 1 Bay leaf;
1 c Celery; sliced 2 tb Parsely, snipped
1 c Dry white wine; 1/4 ts Thyme; dried crushed

Remove the skin from the chicken. Rinse chicken; pat dry. Spray a
large cold skillet with non-stick spray coating. Preheat skillet
over medium heat. Brown chicken on all sides in hot skillet. Drain
fat from skillet. Season chicken lightly with salt and pepper. Add
mushrooms, celery, white wine, carrot, onion, garlic, bay leaf,
parsley, and thyme to the skillet. Bring to boiling; reduce heat.
Cover and simmer for 35 to 40 minutes or till chicken is tender and
no longer pink. Discard bay leaf. Transfer chicken and vegetables
platter; keep warm. For sauce, bring liquid in skillet to boiling.
Cook about 3 minutes or till reduced to 1/2 cup. Pour sauce over
chicken and vegetables. Makes 6 servings.

Food Exchanges per serving: 3 LEAN MEAT EXCHANGES + 1 VEGETABLE
EXCHANGE CHO: 68; PRO: 22: FAT: 6g; CAL: 187;

Source: Good Homes and Gardens Diabetic Cookbook

Brought to you and yours by Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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Cowboy Cheeseburgers
-  Yield: 4 servings

MMMMMCOWBOY CHEESEBURGERS---
1 lb Extra-lean ground beef; 1 tb Fresh jalapeno chile; minced
1 sm Onion;

MMMMM-SEASONINGS MIXTURE
--
1/4 ts Ground coriander; 1/4 ts Salt
1/4 ts Ground cumin; 1/4 ts Pepper; fresh ground

MMMMM
---CHEESE
1 Nonfat mozzarella cheese;

MMMMM--SERVING-
4 Tortilla; Cliantro sprigs;
4 Tomato slices; 1 tb Commerical taco sauce;

Mix the burgers ingredients together; form into burgers of equal size
about 1/4 inch thick without compacting the meat. Sprinkle the
seasoning mixture of spices on both sides of patty. Grill or broil,
4 from souce of heat, for 3 minutes on each sides for medium-rare
patties. Place the mozzarella cheese on center of each patty. Cook
for another minute and until cheese melts. Serve each patty on a
warmed 8 flour tortilla, topped with a tomato slice, cilantro
sprigs, and taco sauce Joslin Food Exchanges per serving: 2 1/2
MEDIUM/FAT EXCHANGES + 1 1/2 BREAD/STARCH EXCHANGE

CAL: 289; PRO: 21g; CAR: 23g; FAT: 13g; (CALORIES FROM FAT 40%) FIB:
2g; CHO: 54mg; SOD: 305mg; POT: 367mg

Source: Joslin Diabetes Gourmet Cookbook
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Cranberry Orange Salad
-  Yield: 6 servings

1 md Orange 1 pk Sugar free gelatin, red
1/2 c Raw Cranberries 3/4 c Boiling water
Sugar substitute equal to 1 1/2 c Cold water
Tablespoon sugar Ice cubes

Quarter the oragne and remove seeds, Combine orange and cranberries
in food processor and chop finely. Add sugar substitute and set
aside. dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Combine cold water and
enough ice cupes to make 1 cup ice water. Add water to gelatin and
stir. Set aside until ice cubes melt. Add fruit mixture. Pour into a
2 cup mold or an 8 inch square pan which has been sprayed with Pam.
Chill until firm.

NUTRIENT ANALYSIS: 35 Calories per serving Recipe provided by EVMS
(Eastern Virginia Medical School), Norfolk, VA. Submitted by Dick
Miale and sampled at Diabetes Holiday Food Fest, Chesapeake General
Hospital, Chesapeake, VA.

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Cream of Vegetable Soup
-  Yield: 4 servings

1 1/2 c Fine chop cooked vegetables 2 tb Melted margarine
3 1/2 c Fat-free chicken broth Salt to taste
1/4 c All-purpose flour Sprinkle of pepper, optional

Use one or a combination of: asparagus, broccoli, carrots,
cauliflower, celery, mushrooms, onions, string beans.

Cook vegetables, drain well and chop into small pieces. Use within 30
minutes or refrigerate them.

Place broth in a saucepan and bring to a simmer over moderate heat.
Place flour, dry milk and melted margarine in a small bowl and mix
well to form coarse crumbs. Stir the flour mixture into the
simmering broth using a wire whip.

OR add the flour mixture to cold broth, cook and stir over moderate
heat to form a sauce. Cook and stir over moderate heat until mixture
is smooth and the starchy taste is gone. Add the vegetables to the
sauce and reheat to serving temperature. Taste for seasoning and add
salt and pepper. (Nutritive values are based on the use of commercial
broth with no added salt.) Serve hot. Makes 4 cups.

1 cup serving - 121 cal, 1 skim milk, 1 fat exchange 12 grams
carbohydrate, 5 grams protein, 6 grams fat, 1099 mg sodium.

Low-sodium diets: Use fresh or frozen vegetables cooked without salt,
low-sodium broth and salt-free margarine. Do not add salt.

Low-cholesterol diets: May be used as written.

Source: The High Fiber Cookbook for Diabetics by Mabel Cavaiani, 1987
Shared but not tested by Elizabeth Rodier Dec 93

Suggestions: Experiment with herbs or spices. A big fancy hotel is
serving Ginger Carrot Soup....maybe try 1/4 tsp to start.

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Deep-Dish Pizza
-  Yield: 4 servings

1 lb Ground turkey; 1 ts Oregano leaves; dried
2 c All-purpose flour; 1/2 ts Basil leaves; dried
2 ts Baking powder; 1/2 ts Salt;
1/2 ts Baking soda; 1/2 c Green bell pepper; chopped
1/4 c Margarine or butter; 1/2 c Sliced fresh mushrooms;
1/2 c To 3/4 c skim milk; 1/4 lb Mozzarella cheese;grate 1cup
6 oz Can tomato paste;

Suggestion: for 2 servings, use a small aluminum foil pan about 4 x 8
inches or press a sheet of aluminum foil into a loaf pan and set the
foil pan on a cookie sheet. Measure half the other ingredients and
freeze the remaining 3 ounces of tomato paste for a future meal.

Preheat the oven to 425 F. Cook the ground turkey in a large nonstick
skillet over medium heat until cooked through. Stir occasionally.

Combine flour, baking powder, and margarine in a bowl. Cut the
margarine into the flour with a fork until the mixture resembles
coarse meal. Add enough milk to make a soft, elastic dough (like
biscuit dough). Press the dough into the sides and bottom of an
8-inch square baking pan.

Combine the tomato paste and seasonings and spread over the dough.
Crumble the ground turkey over the sauce. Sprinkle on the green
pepper, mushrooms and cheese. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until the
crust is brown and crisp. Cut into four squares to serve.

1/4 recipe - 358 calories, 3 low-fat protein, 1 starch, 2 vegetable,
2 fat exchanges 26 grams protein, 34 grams carbohydrate, 20 grams
fat, 584 mg sodium

Source: Quick + Easy Diabetic Menus by Betty Wedman, 1993 Shared but
not tested by Elizabeth Rodier Dec 93

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Diet Cream Soup Base
-  Yield: 2 servings

WHITE SAUCE 8 oz Can tomato sauce
3 1/2 tb Instant milk powder 3 tb Chopped onion
1 1/2 tb Cornstarch 1 pn Dry rosemary, crumbled
1 1/4 c Cold water 1 pn Fresh ground pepper
TOMATO 1 pn Cayenne pepper

This recipe is suitable for anyone who needs to know the exact
contents of soup.
OTHER OPTIONS: Regular recipes use about 1 1/2 Tb butter and 1 1/2 Tb
flour per cup of milk for a medium white sauce.

5 oz evaporated milk plus 5 oz water plus 1 Tb corn starch

1 cup soy milk plus 1 Tb corn starch

1 cup skim milk plus 1 Tb vegetable oil plus 1 Tb corn starch

Put ingredients in a blender and process at high speed until well
blended, or put ingredients in a jar and shake, or stir dry
ingredients into cold milk with a whisk.

Stir constantly in the top of a double boiler until the sauce
thickens and simmers, then cook ten minutes. A medium saucepan set
in a larger saucepan of simmering water works, too.

Fresh tomatoes may be cooked with onion and seasoning, allowed to
cool and pureed in a blender to make the sauce. If the tomato
mixture is colder, add a little of the hot white sauce to bring it to
the same temperature. This prevents curdling when the red mixture is
gradually added back into the pot with the white sauce.

Heat soup until it is hot enough to serve but do not allow it to boil.

The same method may be used with 3/4 to 1 cup of cooked diced (or
pureed) vegetables with cooking liquid used to make the sauce. Makes
about 2 cups. Suggested vegetables: potato with a little onion,
carrot, zucchini, cabbage with a little ham, sauteed onion, mushroom,
broccoli. Season to taste.

Tested Dec 93 using powdered milk, and (thawed) canned tomato by
Elizabeth Rodier. This was a successful experiment based on a
combination of recipes from several different books.

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Frankfurter Casserole
-  Yield: 8 servings

1 1/4 c Bean + bacon soup; undiluted 1 Green onions; chopped finely
1 1/4 c Water; 1/2 c Celery;chopped
2 c All-meat frankurter; cut 2 tb Prepared mustard;
-1/2 slices 1 c Ready-mix type biscuits;
1 Onion; chopped finely

Preheat oven to 375F. Mix all ingredients except biscuits. Boil
gently 5 minutes. Put about 3/4 cup mixture into each of 8
individual baking dishes and top each with biscuit. (NOT ME!! I hate
doing dishes!!) Bake until golden brown (about 20 minutes). Serve at
once, Food Exchange per serving: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 2 FAT
EXCHANGES + 1 MEAT EXCHANGE + 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE

Source: Recipes for the Diabetic by Billie Little and Penny L.
Thorup. Brought to you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

This cookbook doesnt have the nutritional values as it 22 years old.
Only calories: Per serving: 260

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French Meatball Soup
-  Yield: 1 servings

2 tb Rice; 1 ds Each garlic, parsley, nutmeg
2 oz Ground Beef round; 2 tb Dry red wine;
1 tb Egg; (raw beaten) 1 1/4 c Beef broth;
1 tb Onion; grated Salt and pepper to taste;

Add rice to 1 c. water. Boil 5 minutes; drain well. Blend rice,
ground round, egg, onion, garlic, parsley, and nutmeg; form into
small meatballs. Add wine to broth; bring to boil. Drop meatballs
into hot broth, one to at time. Bring to boil again; reduce heat.
Simmer 20 minutes. Add salt and pepper. Microwave: Add rice to 1 c.
salted water. Bring to a boil. Hold 5 minutes; drain well. Combine
meatball ingredients as above. Bring wine and broth to a boil. Drop
meatballs into hot broth, one at time. Bring to a boil again. Hold
10 minutes. Add salt and pepper. Food Exchange per serving: 1 MEAT
EXCHANGE + 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE CAL: 71

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
Brought to you and yours by Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

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German Cabbage Soup
-  Yield: 1 servings

2 oz Ground Beef Round 1 1/4 c Beef broth;
2 tb Onion 2 lg Cabbage leaves;
1 ds Each mustard, soy sauce, (Cut in pieces)
1 ds Each salt, pepper 1/2 md Tomato; cubed
1 tb Dry red wine; 1/2 ts Fresh parsley;

Combine ground round, onion, mustard, soy sauce, salt, and pepper; mix
thoroughly. Form into tiny meatballs. Add wine to broth; bring to
boil. Add wine to broth; bring to boil. Add meatballs to broth, one
at a time. Bring to a boil again. Cook meatballs 5 minutes; remove
to soup bowl. Add cabbage and tomatoes to broth. Simmer 5 minutes.
Pour over meatballs. Garnish with parsley.

Personally I think this is two much work for 1 1/2 cups of SOUP for
one human!!!
Food Exchange per serving: 1 MEAT EXCHANGE + 1/2 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE
CAL: 55

Source: The Complete Diatebic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finmand
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German Potato Salad
-  Yield: 8 servings

6 sl Bacon; crispy fried 3 tb Sugar replacement;
1 1/2 c Cold water; 1/4 c Vinegar
3 tb Flour; 6 md Potatoes; boiled sliced
1 md Onion;

Remove excess grease from bacon with paper towel. Break bacon into
small pieces. Blend cold water and flour. Pour into saucepan. Add
onion, sugar replacement, and vinegar. Heat, stirring, until
thickened. Add bacon and potatoes while still from boiling and frying.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 1 FAT EXCHANGE
CAL: 113

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
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Gf Chocolate Chip Cookies
-  Yield: 24 servings

3/4 c Soya flour 6 tb Brown sugar
1/4 c Potato starch flour 1/2 ts Vanilla
1/2 ts Salt 1 Egg
6 1/2 tb Margarine 1/2 c Chocolate chips semisweet
6 tb White sugar 1/2 c Chopped nuts

This is a special recipe made without gluten.

Sift dry ingredients. Beat sugars and margarine. Add egg and beat
again. Add vanilla and stir. Add dry ingredients. Add chips and
nuts. Drop by spoonful onto greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 F for
10 to 12 minutes.

1 cookie - 1 fruit/vegetable choice, 1 fat

Source: A Guide for the Diabetic Celiac, 1990 ISBN 0-921026-02-1
Canadian Celiac Assoc.

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Graham Cracker Crust
-  Yield: 8 servings

3/4 c Graham wafer crumbs 1/4 ts Cinnamon
3 tb Melted butter or margarine 1/4 ts Nutmeg

Combine graham wafer crumbs, butter, spices. Press into a 9 inch pie
plate or 8 inch square cake pan or 9 inch spring form pan. Chill in
refrigerator 2 hours before filling. If desired, reserve 2 tb of the
crumb mixture to sprinkle on top of the filling.

9 pie crust, 8 servings 1/8 pie excluding filling: 1/2 Starch
Choice, 1 Fats + Oils 7 g carbohydrate, 1 g protein, 5 g fat (77
calories)

Source: Choice Cooking, Canadian Diabetes Assoc Shared by Elizabeth
Rodier March 93 Converted by MMCONV vers. 1.20

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Greek Christmas Bread
-  Yield: 15 servings

1 pk (or 1 tablespoon) Active Dry 1 Egg;
-Yeast; 1/4 c Milk;
1/4 c Warm Water (110 to 115 1/4 c Vegetable Oil;
-degrees) 1 1/2 c Whole Wheat Flour;
1/3 c Sugar; 1 c All-Purpose Flour;
1 ts Ground Cardamom; 1/4 c Golden Raisins;
1/4 ts Salt; 1/4 c Walnuts; chopped

Keywords: Ovo-Lacto

Dissolve the yeast in the warm water. Combine the sugar, cardamom,
salt, egg, milk and oil in a large bowl. Mix well. Add the yeast
mixture, flours, raisins and nuts. Mix well. Add enough extra flour
to make soft dough. Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and
knead until smooth and elastic, about 5 minutes. Shape into a round
loaf.

Put the dough into a lightly-oiled 8-inch-round cake pan. Cover with
a damp towel and let rise in a warm place until doubled in bulk,
about 1 hour. Bake in a 350-degree oven 35 to 40 minutes, or until
brown.

Serves 15

One Serving = Calories: 147 Carbohydrates: 22 Protein: 4 Fat: 6
Sodium: 40 Potassium: 101 Cholesterol: 18

Exchange Value: 1 Bread Exchange + 1/2 Fruit Exchange + 1 Fat Exchange

Source: Holiday Cookbook, American Diabetes Association, ISBN
0-13-024894-0, by Betty Wedman, M.S.,R.D.

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Grilled Sesame Chicken Breast
-  Yield: 4 servings

1 tb Brown Sugar; OR brown sugar 2 cl Garlic; chopped
-substitute(thats 4 me) 1/8 ts Black pepper; Freash
3 tb Reduced-sodium soy sauce; 4 oz Chicken breast halves;
1 ts Sesame seeds; - with skin removed
1 tb Seasame Seeds;

Combine all ingredinets except chicken in a shallow dish. Mix well.
Add chicken, turning to coat. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator
at least 2 hours. Remove chicken from marinate. Put the marinade
aside. Grill 4 to 5 inches from medium-hot coals for 15 inches from
medium-hot for 15 minutes. Turn and baste frequently with reserve
marinade. Serves 4.

Food Exchanges per serving: 1 FAT EXCHANGE + 3 LEAN MEATS
CHO: 70g; FAT: 7.5g CAL: 205

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Hamburger Cornmeal Shepherds Pie
-  Yield: 8 servings

1/2 c Green pepper; chopped finely -standard
1/2 c Flour; Dash lemon pepper;
3/4 c Yellow cornmeal; 1 ts Chili powder;
1/4 c Onion, minced finely Sugar sub equlivalent to
2 c Ground round; -1 tb sugar
5 tb Oil;(far to much by todays 2 ts Baking powder;
-standard 1/2 ts Thyme;
1 c Tomato sauce; 1/4 c Egg;(1 med)
2 tb Tomato catup; 1/2 c Skim milk;
2 ts Salt;(far to much by todays

Preheat oven to 400F. Saute pepper, onion, beef in 2 tablespoons of
oil in skillet, until beef is well browned. Stir in tomato sauce,
catup, 1 ts salt(ugh), lemon pepper, add chili powder. Put into 1
1/2 quart casserole. Stir flour, cornmeal, sweetener, baking powder,
remaining salt (ugh) and thyme together in a bowl; then add egg milk,
and rest of oil. Stir until smooth. Top the first mixture with
second and bake, uncovered, or until the cornmeal is sightly brown
and firm to touch (about 1 hour). Loosen cornmeal with a knife around
edges, turn on serving plate with top side down. I think that this
could be make in the a Crockpot, as this was before the days of the
crockpot!!!

Food Exchange per serving: 1/2 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 2 FAT
EXCHANGES + 1 1/2 MEAT EXHANGES + 1/2 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE

Source: Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little and Penny L. Thorup
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Harvest Time Pumpkin Soup
-  Yield: 4 servings

1 sm Pie pumpkin; cleaned out - chopped
2 Potatoes; Salt + pepper
2 Carrots; 4 tb Cream;
1 Onion; finely chopped 2 tb Butter;
2 cl Garlic; crushed 2 tb Soy sauce;(optional)
Olive oil; Sour cream;
Fresh parsley; basil; thyme; Chives; chopped

Cut pumpkin, potatoes and carrots into pieces and steam until tender.
Remove peel from pumpkin. Save steaming water. Saute onion and
garlic in a little olive oil until transparent. Puree onion, garlic
and vegetables in a food processor, adding reserved water. Return
the puree to a saucepan and add spices, salt and pepper, cream,
butter and soy sauce. If soup is too thick, thin with a little water,
milk or chicken stock. Heat but do not boil. Garnish with a dollop
of sour cream and chives.

Source: The Harrowsmith Cookbook, Volume Three

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Hot Chicken Salad
-  Yield: 4 servings

8 oz Chicken or turkey; cooked 1/4 ts Celery seed
1/4 c Apple juice; Dash pepper
1/4 c Vinegar; Nonstick spray coating
2 tb Green onions; 4 c Fresh spinach; torn
2 tb Water; 3 c Cabbage; shredded
1 ts Cornstarch; 1/2 c Redishes; sliced
1/4 ts Salt; 2 Wh radishes; (optional)
1 ts Dry mustard; Celery leaves; (optional)

Cut chicken or turkey into bite-size strips. For dressings, stir
together apple juice, vinegar, green onions, water, cornstardh, salt,
mustard, celery seed, and pepper; set aside.

Spray a cold 12 inch skillet with nonstick coating. Preheat the
skillet over medium heat. Add Chicken or turkey to skillet. Cook
and stir for 1 to 2 minutes or till heated.

Add dressing to skillet. Cook and stir till thickened and bubbly.
Cook and stir for 2 minutes more.

Toss together spinach and cabbage. Add to skillet. Cook and stir
about 1 minute until spinach starts to wilt. Add sliced radishes ;
toss to mix. Transfer to a salad bowl. If desired, garish with whole
radishes and celery leaves. Serve immediately. Makes 4
Food Exchange per serving: 2 LEAN MEAT EXHANGES + 1 VEGETABLE
EXCHANGES

Source: Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Cookbook
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Irish Vegetables
-  Yield: 5 servings

1 Bay leaf; 1/2 c Cauliflowerets;
1 c Water 1/4 c Piniento; chopped
2 tb Wine vinegar; Salt to TASTE(very little
1/2 c Corn; -for me
1/2 c Broccoli flowerets; Fresh ground pepper;
1/2 c Carrot;

eCombine bay leaf, water, wine vinegar in medium saucepan. Bring to a
boil; add vegetables. Simmer(steam for me) until vegetables are
tender. If you MUST simmer, drain, remove bay leaf. Add salt and
pepper Food Exchange per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE (IN THE BOOK,
IT SAID 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE CAL: 51

The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
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Israeli Salad
-  Yield: 6 servings

2 md Cucumbers 1 c Tomato; fresh diced
1/2 c Green pepper; chopped 1/4 c Radish;
2 c Shredded lettuce; 1 tb Vegetable oil;
2 tb Green onion; finely chopped 3 tb Lemon juice; fresh
3/4 c Carrot; grated or shredded 1 ts Salt;
2 tb Fresh parsley; finely 3/4 ts Coarsely ground pepper;
-chopped

Pare cucumber, halve lengthwise, and discard seeds and center pulp.
Dice cucumber flesh and measure 2 cups. Combine all ingredients in a
large bowl; toss until well mixed. Serve immediatly.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE + 1/2 FAT EXCHANGE
CHO: 7g; PRO: 1g; FAT: 3g; CAL: 51 Low-sodium diets. Omit salt

Source: The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic by Mary Abbott
Hess,R.D.,M.S. And Katharine Middleton
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Italian Asparagus
-  Yield: 4 servings

1/2 lb Asparagus spears; 1/2 ts Oregano;
-cooked or canned 1/4 ts Garlic powder;
1/4 c Tomato sauce; Salt and pepper to taste
1/4 c Water 1/2 c Swiss cheese

Lay asparagus spears in shallow baking dish coated with vegetable
cooking spray. Blend Tomato Sauce, water, oregano, garlic powder,
salt, and pepper. Bake at 350F for 25 to 30 minutes.
Microwave: Cook on High for 5-6 minutes.
Food Exchange per servings: 1/2 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE + 1/2 MEAT EXCHANGE

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
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Jackstraw Salad
-  Yield: 4 servings

1 md Red apple(about 4 oz) 1/4 c Onion; rings sliced thinly
1/2 c Green pepper strips; 1/3 c Poppy Seed Dressing;
1/2 c Celery sticks; Crisp lettuce leaves;
3/4 c Cabbage; shredded

Remove core and stem of apple; leave skin on. Cut apple crosswise
into 1/4 rings; cut each ring into thin stick about 1/8 inch wide.
Combine all ingredients except lettuce in a large bowl and toss
lightly to mix Poppy Seed Dressing throughly. Serve on crisp
lettuce. Servings was 4, but I changed it to 8 servings.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 VETGETABLE EXCHANGE CAL: 39 CHO: 9g;
PRO: 1g; FAT: 1g; Low-sodium diets: Omit salt in dressing reicpe.

Source: The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic by Mary Abbot Hess,R.D.,
M.S. and Katharine Middleton
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Kays Dressing + Poppy Seed Dressing
-  Yield: 8 servings

MMMMM-KAYS DRESSING--
1/2 c Water 1/8 ts Ground pepper; fresh
1/2 c White vinegar; 1/16 ts Paprika
1/2 ts Salt; Sugar substitute equivalent
1/2 ts Dry mustard; To 4 teaspoons sugar

MMMMMPOPPY SEED DRESSING-----
1/2 c Cider vinegar; Omit paprika
1 tb Poppy seed;

Combine all ingredients in a pint jar and cover tightly. Shake
vigorously and store in refrigerator. Shake before using.
Food Exchange per serving: THIS IS A FREE FOOD CAL: 4 CHO: 1g;
PRO: 0g; FAT: 0g; Low-sodium diets: Omit salt

Variation Poppy Seed Dressing. Follow recipe for Kays
dressing(above), but use cider vinegar in place of white vinegar,
omit paprika, poppy seeds. Delicious over fruit salad.
Food Exchange per serving: THIS IS A FREE FOOD CAL: 9 CHO: 2g;
PRO: 0g; FAT: 0g; Low-sodium diets: Omit salt.

Source: The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic by Mary Abbot
Hess,R.D.,M.S. and Katharine Middleton
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Lemon Carrots
-  Yield: 6 servings

3 c Carrots; sliced 2 ts Lemon juice;
3/4 c Water 1 tb Parsely; fresh chopped
1/2 c Salt 2 tb Butter or Margarine;
1/2 ts Lemon peel; freshly grated Dash of liquid sweetner;

Wash and peel carrots and slice in 1/4 rounds. Bring water to boil
in saucepan, add carrots and salt. Cook until tender (10 to 15
minutes) covered. Drain. In saucepan add remaining INGREDIENTS until
butter is melted. Toss like a salad to coat all carrots. Serve hot.
Food Exchanges per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE + 1 FAT EXCHANGE;
CAL: 70

Source: Sugar Free...Thats Me by Judith S. Majors
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Lemon Pudding Sauce
-  Yield: 1 servings

4 ts Cornstarch (try 2 tbsp) 1 Egg
1 c Water 2 ts Margarine or butter
Peel of 1 lemon, grated 8 ts Sugar, Aspertame substitute
1/4 c Lemon juice

Combine cornstarch, water, lemon peel and lemon juice in a small heavy
saucepan. Beat in egg. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly
until thickened and clear. Stir in margarine and sweetener.

WHOLE RECIPE: 20 g carbohydrate, 10 g protein, 10 g fat (210
calories) Source: Choice Cooking, Canadian Diabetes Association 1986
Real sugar - add 48 calories + 12.4 grams carbohydrate per extra Tb.
Cornstarch - add 29 calories + 7 grams carbohydrate per extra Tb. Egg
~ subtract 1 med-fat meat exchange if not used. Adjust for the number
of servings.

Note: original recipe is for a sauce, try 2 tbsp cornstarch and
divide among 3 dishes for a pudding/pie filling with one crumbled
graham cracker and a shake of cinnamon in the bottom of each dish.

EGGLESS: 1 or 2 extra tsp. cornstarch (5 tsp or 2 tb.) would likely
thicken the sauce without the egg. 1 tsp. cornstarch plus 3 tb.
liquid is given as an equivalent to 1 whole egg in the book called
Substituting Ingredients.

Lemon Sauce may be served with cake, gingerbread, and crisp meringues
with strawberries or other fruit (Pavlova is the common name in
Australian cookbooks).

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Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie
-  Yield: 8 servings

16 oz Can solid-pack pumpkin; 2 tb Sugar;
13 oz Can evaporated skim milk;* 8 pk Sugar substitute;(16 ts-1/3c
1 Egg; 2 ts Pumpkin pie spice;
2 Egg whites; 2 ts Vanilla;
1/2 c Biscuit mix like Bisquick;

Heat oven to 350 F. Lightly grease or spray 9 inch pie pan with
vegetable pan spray. Place all ingredients in blender, food
processor or mixing bowl. Blend 1 minute or beat 2 minutes with
mixer.

Pour into pie pan and bake for 50 minutes or until center is puffed
up.

1/8 pie - 114 calories, 1 1/2 starch/bread exchange 18.5 grams
carbohydrate, 6.3 grams protein, 1.9 grams fat, 1.4 gm fiber 174.9 mg
sodium, 304.2 mg potassium, 37 mg cholesterol

Source: Am. Diabetes Assoc. Family Cookbook Vol II, 1987 Shared but
not tested by Elizabeth Rodier, Nov 93

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Low-Fat Pastry
-  Yield: 16 servings

1 3/4 c Flour 1/4 ts Baking powder
6 tb Vegetable shortening 1/3 c Water

Measure first 3 ingredients into bowl. Work together until crumbly.

Pour water all over top. Mix with fork, then hands, until it will
hold together. Roll thinly. Makes enough for 2 crusts. For a 2
crust pie, cut through top crust with a sharp knife while pie is
still hot.

1/8 single crust contains 95 calories 1 mg sodium, 5 mg fat

Source: Companys Coming Light Recipes by Jean Pare 1993 Shared but
not tested by Elizabeth Rodier Sept 93

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Mandarin-Orange Corn Bread
-  Yield: 1 servings

1 c All-purpose flour; 1/2 c Melted margarine;
1 c Yellow corn meal; 1 c 2 % skim milk;
1/3 ts Salt; 1 ts Orange extract;
3/4 c Sugar; 1 cn Economy mandarin orange
4 ts Baking powder; Slices;
2 Eggs;

Grease an 8x8x2 inch pan. Mix together well, stirring so that orange
slices preak apart. Pour mixture into pan. Bake at 425 degrees for 30
minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Serving size: 3 square Exchanges: 1 starch, 1/2 fat

Submitted by Dick Miale Copyright 1993, Steven Leichter, MD
(Endocrinology) Provided by EVMS (Eastern Virgina Medical School),
Norfolk, VA and demonstrated by Dr. Leichter at the Diabetes Holiday
Food Fest, Chesapeake General Hospital, Chesapeake, VA.

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Marinated Cucumber
-  Yield: 6 servings

2 To 3 Cucumbers; large 1/8 ts Fresh ground pepper
1 ts Salt ( I also add a little fresh
1 ts Sugar replacement; Garlic to this)
1/4 c Vinegar

Score cucumbers with tines of fork. Cut into very thin slices.
Sprinkle with salt. Chill 2 hours; drain well. Sprinkle with sugar
replacement; add vinegar and pepper. Marinate 30 minetes or more
before serving. Food Exchange per serving: NEGLIGIBLE CAL:
NEGLIGIBLE

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
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Maudes Green Salad
-  Yield: 10 servings

1/2 Head Iceberg lettuce; 1/2 Head Romaine lettuce;
1/2 Head boston lettuce; 5 tb Lo-cal Italtan dressing;
1/2 Head chicory; 1 tb Parmesan cheese
1/2 lb Spinach;

Rinse and crisp the salad greens. Break iceberg lettuce into
bite-size pieces. Carefully pat iceberg dry on towel. Place in
large plastic bag. Add 1 tb Italian dressing. Shake lightly until all
leaves are covered. Place in strip on medium platter or plate. Repeat
with each green. Sprinkle lightly with Parmesan cheese.
Food Exchange per serving: NEGLIGIBLE CAL: NEGLIGIBLE

Source: The Complete Diabetic Cookbook by Mary Jane Finsand
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Maui Burgers
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Meat Casserole
-  Yield: 8 servings

1/2 c Noodles; uncooked 1/4 ts Pepper; ground fresh
5 c Tomato juice; 3 ts Salt; (ugh) 1/2 would do
4 c Celery; chopped finely -nicely
1 c Green pepper; chopped finely 1 ts Diet margarine;
4 c Meat,cooked + cubed;

Heat oven to 350F. Combine all ingredients. Turn into well greased
(use a non stick pan spray by todays standard) carrerole; bake 2
hours and 15 minutes. Again I think that this could be done in this
day and age the crockpot. This was for 4 servings, but I made for 8.
Food Exchange per servings: 1 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 3 MEAT
EXCHANGES 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE

Source: Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little and Penny L. Thorup
Brought by you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master

This is a very old cookbook (1972) and it doesnt have the nutritional
values, only the calories: 280 per serving

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Meat Loaf
-  Yield: 6 servings

1/4 c (1 md) egg; 2 tb Green pepper; chopped finely
2 c Ground round; 1 ts Salt
3 sl Bread; cubed fine; 1/2 ts Dry Mustard;
1/4 c Catup; 1 tb Prepared horseradish; if
1/3 c Onion; chopped finely -desired

Preheat oven to 400F. Mix all ingredients well. Form into a loaf.
Place in foil-lined baking pan and bake until down.
Food Exchange per serving: 1/2 STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGE + 3 MEAT
EXCHANGES +

Source Recipes for Diabetics by Billie Little and Penny L. Thorup
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Mushroom Delight
-  Yield: 6 servings

1 tb Vegetable oil; 1 To 2 tb dill pickle;
1 tb Lemon juice; -finely chopped
1 tb Wine vinegar; 12 oz Fresh mushrooms; sliced thin
1/4 ts Salt; -about 4 1/2 cups
1/2 ts Coarsely ground pepper; 6 Lettuce leaves;
1/2 ts Dry Mustard; 2 tb Snipped fresh parsley;
1/8 ts Garlic powder;or 1 cl garlic

Place all ingredients except mushrooms, lettuce, and parsley in a
small jar. Cover the jar and shake it well. Drizzle dressing over
mushrooms and toss mushrooms gently so that dressing thoroughly coats
them. Serve on lettuce leaves and garnish with snipped parsley.
Food Exchange per serving: 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE CAL: 40 CHO: 4g;
PRO: 1g; FAT: 3g; Low-sodium diets: Omit salt.

Source: The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic by Mary Abbott
Hess,R.D.,M.S. and Katharine Middleton
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