Carambolas And Raspberries Recipe

Carambolas And Raspberries Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

2 cup fresh raspberries1 tbsp brown sugar1 tbsp drambuie, optional1 tbsp finely diced crystallized ginger2 medium carambolas, (star fruit), sliced - into 1/2-inch slices

Preparation:

Mix together the raspberries, sugar, liqueur, and crystallized ginger. Letthe mixture stand for 1/2 hour.Place the raspberries in wide-mouthed wine glasses or dessert bowls. Topeach serving with some slices of carambola and serve.6 servings/Serving size: 1/2 cupExchanges: Carbohydrate Exchange -- 1/2 Calories -- 45 Calories from Fat --3 Total Fat -- 0g Saturated Fat -- 0g Cholesterol -- 0mg Sodium -- 1mgCarbohydrate -- 11g Dietary Fiber -- 4g Sugars -- 7g Protein -- 1gCopyright ? 1998 American Diabetes AssociationRecipe for Sunday, 8/16/98For an elegant dinner, why not try a unique dish from Robyn Webb'sMemorable Menus Made Easy, one of our newest publications, featuringtop-of-the-line 5-course meals that are healthy and easy to prepare.You can order a copy of this and many other cookbooks from our onlinebookstore or call 1-800-ADA-ORDER (1-800-232-6733).MC formatted by Barb at Possum Kingdom using MC Buster 2.0g & SNT on8/16/98Converted by MC_Buster.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Contributor: http://www.diabetes.org/ada/rcptoday.htmlPreparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 6

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Is this Carambolas And Raspberries Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Carambolas And Raspberries recipe comes from our category covering diabetic Dessert recipes. Because we have no knowledge of your precise medical issues & the guidelines your nutritionalist has given to you, we cannot say for sure that this Carambolas And Raspberries recipe is safe for you. Nonetheless, because someone labeled it as `diabetic` it suggest that it, if nothing else, meets the minimum precondition for the label `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and should be healthier than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. For all that, this Carambolas And Raspberries recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are appropriate for you.

Carambolas And Raspberries Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Carambolas And Raspberries Recipe is part of our diabetic Dessert recipes section. Sadly it is totally impracticable for us to check every one of the diabetic Dessert recipes to ensure that all of them are 100% safe for people with diabetes. Our diabetic recipe site has more than two thousand individual recipes in the collection, & to validate each recipe at the rate of one recipe per day would take more than six years. We strongly advise you to analyse the recipe content carefully to ensure that all of them are compliant with the dietary guidelines your doctor has offered you. In the event that you find that this Carambolas And Raspberries recipe is not appropriate for diabetics, please inform us and we will change or remove the problem recipe from the recipe site.

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