Chocolate Balls Recipe

Chocolate Balls Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1/2 cup Margarine, room temp2 tbsp Sugar1/3 cup Liquid sugar substitute1 1/4 cup Flour3 tbsp Cocoa1/2 tsp Salt1/4 cup Chopped nuts2 tbsp Raisins

Preparation:

Sprinkle sweet granuated sugar substitute, as necessary. Cream togethermargarine and sugar until light and fluffy. Add vanilla and sugarsubstitute to creamed mixture. Beat at medium speed for 1/2 minute.Stir together flour, cocoa and salt to blend. Add to creamed mixture andmix at low speed about 1 minute or until blended. Add nuts and raisins todough. Mix lightly. Shape into balls using 1 tablespoonful of dough perball. Place balls on a cookie sheet that has been lined with alumiun foilor sprayed with PAN spray. Bake at 325 F for 20-25 minutes or untilslightly firm. Remove form oven and cool slightly.Roll lukewarm balls in Sprinkle Swet. Cool to room temperature and servetwo balls per serving.Variation: Chocolate Mint Balls: Add 1/2 teaspoon peppermint flavoringalong with 1 teaspoon vanilla instead to the 2 teaspoons vanilla.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 20

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Is this Chocolate Balls Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Chocolate Balls recipe comes from our category which lists diabetic Dessert recipes. As we have no knowledge of your exact health problems and the advice your doctors have given you, we can`t confirm that Chocolate Balls recipe is OK for you. Even taking that into consideration, because the compiler designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, if nothing else, matches the minimum condition for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and should be better for you than a normal recipe. Even taking that into consideration, this Chocolate Balls recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are appropriate for you.

Chocolate Balls Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Chocolate Balls Recipe comes from our diabetic Dessert recipes category. Please understand, it would be completely impractical for us to check each of the diabetic Dessert recipes to warrant that all the recipes are 100% adapted for diabetics. We have in excess of two thousand unique recipes in it, and to cook each of them even at a rate of 7 recipes per week would occupy us for nearly 290 weeks. We strongly advise you to read the ingredients with due care to make sure that all the recipes are compliant with the diabetes nutritional guidelines your doctors have provided. If you think that this Chocolate Balls recipe is not appropriate, please let us know & we will delete it from the collection.

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