Coconut Custard No.3 - Diabetic Recipe

Coconut Custard No.3 - Diabetic Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

2 3/4 cup scalded skim milk6 eggs **1 artificial sweetener to = 1/2 cup s, ugar1/4 tsp salt1 tsp vanilla3/4 cup unsweetened coconut1 nutmeg as desired1 **to cut back on fat - use egg subs, titute to equal 6

Preparation:

SOURCE: Sugar Free...That's me! By Judith S. Majors, copyright 1978,ISBN #0-345-28708-8. Formatted into MM by Ursula R. Taylor.Combine eggs, sweetener, salt, and vanilla in a large mixing bowl andblend well. Slowly add the scalded milk and beat slightly. Mix coconut ingently. Pour into a lightly buttered 8-inch baking dish and sprinkle topwith nutmeg. Bake 5 minutes at 450 and reduce heat to 350 for anadditional 15 minutes. Silver knife inserted in center will come out cleanwhen done.This custard would be good in a pie shell.12 Servings, 1 Serving = 80 calories, 1/4 Skim Milk Exchange, 1/2 Med.Fat Meat Exchange and 1/2 Fat Exchange.This is based on just the custard - NOT the pie shell....

Serves: 12

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Is this Coconut Custard No.3 - Diabetic Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Coconut Custard No.3 - Diabetic recipe comes from our category which contains diabetic Dessert recipes. As we know nothing about your particular medical issues and the guidelines your medical team has given you, we can`t say for sure that this Coconut Custard No.3 - Diabetic recipe is safe for you. Nevertheless, because somebody designated it as `diabetic` it should indicate that it, if nothing else, covers the minimum precondition for the tag `diabetic`, being low in carbohydrates and fat, and as a result should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. Still, this Coconut Custard No.3 - Diabetic recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are safe for you.

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