Chocolate Bars Recipe

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

2 cup All-purpose flour1 cup Sugar1/2 cup Cocoa1 tsp Baking sodaDry substitute equal to 1/3Cup sugar1/2 tsp Cinnamon1/2 tsp Salt1 cup Margarine (2 Sticks), atRoom temperature2 large Eggs2 tsp Vanilla1/2 cup Semisweet chocolate chips

Preparation:

Place flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, dry sugarsubstitute, cinnamon, and salt in a mixer bowl and mixa low speed to blend well. Add margarine, eggs,vanilla and water, and mix at medium speed to blendwell. Spread batter evenly in an 11" by 15" jelly rollpan that has been sprayed with pan spray or greasedwith margarine. Bake at 325 degrees for 20 to 25minutes, or until bars pull away the sides of the panand a cake tester comes out clean from the center.Place on wire rack and sprinkle chocolate chips evenlyover the top of the hot bars. Mark four by eight andcool until chocolate has hardended. Cut as marked.(Might be a good idea to cut even more sugar out ofthis.)Food Exchange per serving: 1 STARCH EXCHANGE + 1 FATEXCHANGECHO: 14g; PRO: 2g; FAT: 7g; CAL: 123Low-sodium diets: Omit salt. Use salt-free margarine.Desserts for Diabetic by Mabel Cavaiani, R.D.Shared by: Kathleen's Recipe Swap Pagehttp://www.ilos.net/~answers/reciperecipes@ilos.net- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 32

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Is this Chocolate Bars Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Chocolate Bars recipe is part of our collection of diabetic Dessert recipes. Because we are ignorant of your unique medical problems & the guidelines your health advisors have provided, we are unable to say with any degree of certainty that this Chocolate Bars recipe is appropriate for you. However, as somebody labelled it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, at the very least, matches the minimum specification for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and as a result should be more healthy than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. Despite that, this Chocolate Bars recipe should only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are acceptable for you.

Chocolate Bars Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Chocolate Bars Recipe is part of the diabetic Dessert recipes category. Sadly it would be totally out of the question for us to prepare each of the diabetic Dessert recipes to establish that all of them are completely modified for diabetes sufferers. Our diabetic recipe site has more than 2000 recipes in the collection, and to validate them all even at a rate of 4 or 5 a weeek would occupy us for six years. We strongly urge you to analyse the recipe ingredients with due care to make sure that they agree with the nutritional guidelines your doctor has given you. If you find that this Chocolate Bars recipe is unsuitable for diabetics, then please send us an e-mail and we will modify or remove the recipe concerned from our diabetes friendly recipe collection.

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