Apricot Bars Recipe

Apricot Bars Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

2 Eggs1 cup Apricot 100% fruit spread1/2 cup Butter, melted2 tsp Vanilla extract1 cup Flour2/3 cup Oats1 1/4 tsp Baking powder1/4 tsp Salt3/4 tsp Cinnamon, ground1/4 tsp Allspice, ground1/8 tsp Mace, ground

Preparation:

Preheat oven to 350. Beat eggs in large bowl. Blend in fruit spread,butter, and vanilla. Add flour, oats, baking powder, salt, andspices; mix well. Spread dough into greased 12"x8" baking dish. Bake18 minutes, until golden brown and firm to touch.Cool completely on wire rack. Cut into 18 bars. Store in tightlycovered container.Nutrition information per bar: 130 calories, 2 gm protein, 17 gmcarbohydrate, 6 gm fat, 37 mg cholesterol, 119 mg sodium, 2/3diabetic starch/bread exchange, 1 diabetic fat exchange, 1/2 diabeticfruit exchange.Source: "Sugar-Free Desserts," the December 1992 issue of _FavoriteAll-Time Recipes_ magazine MM by Sylvia Steiger, GEnie THE.STEIGERS,CI$ 71511,2253, GT Cookbook echo moderator at net/node 004/005- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 18

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Is this Apricot Bars Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Apricot Bars recipe is part of our collection of healthy diabetic Snack recipes. Because we are unaware of your exact health conditions and the advice your doctors have provided, we we cannot say whether this Apricot Bars recipe is suitable for you. However, because the original author marked it as `diabetic` it suggests in theory, that it, if nothing else, complies with the basic consideration for the tag `diabetic`, being low in carbs and fat, and consequently should be better for your health than the non-diabetic equivalent. Nevertheless, this Apricot Bars recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the contents of the recipe are appropriate for you.

Apricot Bars Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Apricot Bars Recipe is one from the diabetic Snack recipes collection. Sadly it is impractical for us to validate every one of the diabetic Snack recipes to warrant that all of them are totally OK for diabetes sufferers. Our diabetic recipe site has over two thousand unique recipes in it, and to prepare each recipe at the rate of 7 recipes per week would take forever. It would be wise to read the recipe content with care to verify that they agree with the diabetes nutritional advice your nutritionalist has given you. If you suspect that this Apricot Bars recipe is unsuitable for sufferers of diabetes, then tell us & we will remove the recipe concerned from the diabetes friendly recipe collection.

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