Another Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe

Another Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

4 medium sweet potatoes1 vegetable oil cooking spray1 tbsp margarine1/4 cup orange juice2 tbsp chopped walnuts1/4 tsp nutmeg

Preparation:

Cook whole sweet potatoes in boiling water 25 to 30 minutes or untiltender. Meanwhile, lighly spray a 1-quart casserole dish with cookingspray.Remove potatoes from heat and add cold water until they are cooledslightly. Drain, peel and mash the potatoes. Add remaining ingredients andmix thoroughly. Place in casserole dish and bake, uncovered, at 375 degreesF. for 25 minutes. Serve hot. Makes 6 servings.Nutritional information per serving: calories - 118, protein - 2 gm.,fat - 4 gm., carbohydrate - 20 gm., cholesterol - 0 mg., sodium - 9 mg. Nodiabetic exchanges given.FROM: The American Heart Association Low-Salt Cookbook, reprinted inSpotlight, Volume 3, Number 2, February 1994. This is a little mailinginsert enclosed with our electric bill. (Trish McKenna)

Serves: 6

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Is this Another Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Another Sweet Potato Casserole recipe is one of our category covering diabetic Sweet Potato recipes. As we don`t know your unique health issues and the advice your health advisors have given you, we we can`t confirm that Another Sweet Potato Casserole recipe is safe for you. Nonetheless, because the compiler labeled it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggests that it, at the very least, complies with the basic consideration for the label `diabetic`, being low in carbs & fat, and so should be better for you than a typical non-diabetic recipe. Nonetheless, this Another Sweet Potato Casserole recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe contents are acceptable for you.

Another Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Another Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe is one from the diabetic Sweet Potato recipes collection. Clearly, it would be inconceivable for us to validate every single one of the diabetic Sweet Potato recipes to ensure that they are completely safe for diabetes sufferers. There are more than two thousand diabetes friendly recipes in it, & to prepare each recipe at the rate of one each day would take more than six years. We strongly urge you to check the ingredients to verify that all of them are compliant with the dietary guidelines your medical advisors have provided. In the event that you find that this Another Sweet Potato Casserole recipe have errors, then please send us an e-mail and we will remove the offending recipe from our collection.

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