Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge Recipe

Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1/4 cup Diet margarine1 1/3 cup Non-fat dry milk2/3 cup Cocoa powder1 cup Sugar(artificial equivalent)1/3 cup Evaporated non-fat milk2 tsp Vanilla1 cup Rice Krispies1/4 cup Raisins

Preparation:

Mix margarine and milk powder until crumbly. Add cocoa andartificial sweetener. Mix until blended.Add evaporated milk and vanilla. Mix until almost smooth and sticky.Remove from bowl and mix in Rice Krispies with hands. Continue mixingwith hands until fudge is smooth and shiny. Shape into 2 10inch longrolls. Wrap in clear plastic wrap. Chill until firm.To serve, cut into 1/2 inch thick slices. Store in refrigerator. 1serving = 1/5milk, 1/40th bread, and 1/20th fruit exchange. 30calories.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 40

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Is this Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge recipe is part of our category which lists diabetic Dessert recipes. Because we have no knowledge of your unique health issues & the guidelines your medical team has offered you, we cannot say for sure that this Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge recipe is suitable for you. Nonetheless, because somebody designated it as `diabetic` it suggest that it, at the very least, covers the minimum condition for the label `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and consequently should be healthier than a standard recipe. Despite that, this Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are appropriate for you.

Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge Recipe is one from the diabetic Dessert recipes category. Obviously, it would be completely unthinkable for us to check every single one of the diabetic Dessert recipes to ensure that all the recipes are totally acceptable for diabetes sufferers. Our diabetic recipe collection has in excess of two thousand diabetic recipes in the collection, and to check each of them at a rate of one each day would take nearly 6 years. You should read the ingredients carefully to make sure that all of them are compatible with the diabetes nutritional advice your medical team has provided. In the event that you think that this Daibetic, Crunchy Chocolate Raisin Fudge recipe is unsuitable for diabetics, then please let us know and we will delete the problem recipe from the diabetic recipe collection.

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