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For most substitutions that you are going to make to your recipes, you are looking for ways to
reduce the fat content. Here are some standards that you can use. When your recipe calls for:

* Whole milk try substituting with 2% or 1% instead
* Whole eggs try substituting with an egg substitute or use 2 egg whites for every whole egg
called for in the recipe
* Sour cream use low fat sour cream or plan yogurt
* Baking chocolate try using cocoa powder mixed with vegetable oil (3 tablespoons with 1
tablespoon of oil will equal 1 ounce of chocolate)

In addition to the above suggestions, always use light or lower fat versions of ingredients.
Sometimes trial and error is necessary to get the recipe just right, but do keep trying the end
result will be worth it when you create a cake or other dessert that you love and is diabetic
friendly.

Easy Diabetic Recipes

Alternately, you can purchase a diabetic cook book that is full of desserts to make that will work
with your diet. This way you can create new favorites for you and your family to fall in love
with. Don’t feel that just because you are a diabetic you cannot enjoy
variety in your foods. Keep trying new things while keeping a close eye on your blood sugar
levels to add new foods to your growing repertoire.

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Description: For most substitutions that you are going to make to your recipes, you are looking for ways to reduce the fat content. Here are some standards that you can use. When your recipe calls for: * Whole milk try substituting with 2% or 1% instead * Whole eggs try substituting with an egg substitute or use 2 egg whites for every whole egg called for in the recipe * Sour cream use low fat sour cream or plan yogurt * Baking chocolate try using cocoa powder mixed with vegetable oil (3 tablespoons with 1 tablespoon of oil will equal 1 ounce of chocolate)