Diabetic Frankly Fudge Recipe

Diabetic Frankly Fudge Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 cup 2% milk3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder5 tbsp unflavored gelatin (5 pkg)1 cup water1/2 cup sweetener equiv. to sugar**1 tsp artificial brandy extract

Preparation:

Preparation 10 min, standing time 4 hours.In small saucepan, combine milk and cocoa. Whisk until there are no lumpsof cocoa. Cook over medium heat, stirring for about 5 min or untilthickened. (This cooks out the raw cocoa taste.)In another small saucepan, sprinkle gelatin over water; let stand for 5 minto soften.Heat over low heat, stirring, until gelatin dissolves. Stir into cocoamixture.Stir in sweetener (artificial sweetener like SugarTwin equivalent to 1/2cup sugar) and brandy extract. Remove from heat.Pour into 8 inch square baking dish. Let stand at room temperature 4 hoursor until firm.To remove from pan, cut around edges with a sharp knife. Place dish inshallow pan of hot water for about 30 seconds just to slightly softenbottom. Loosen one corner, then quickly flip gel out onto clean cuttingsurface.With sharp knife, cut evenly in 10 one way and 10 the other way. Place incontainer, cover and refrigerate. Will keep up to 1 week in refrigerator.Makes 100 squares.3 squares, 1 ++ extra, 2 g carbohydrate, 2 g protein, 13 calories14 squares (about 1/8 recipe) 1 milk choice, 59 calories 7 g carbohydrate,7 g protein, 2 g fatSource: Choice Desserts by Kay Spicer 1986 Shared but not tested byElizabeth Rodier.

Serves: 1

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Is this Diabetic Frankly Fudge Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Diabetic Frankly Fudge recipe is one of our category covering diabetic Dessert recipes. As we have no knowledge of your precise diabetic conditions & the guidelines your health advisors have given you, we are unable to say with certainty that this Diabetic Frankly Fudge recipe is appropriate for you. Nevertheless, as the original author labelled it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggest that it at least matches the basic specification for the label `diabetic friendly`, being low in carbs and fat, and consequently should be better for your health than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. Be that as it may, this Diabetic Frankly Fudge recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are suitable for you.

Diabetic Frankly Fudge Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Diabetic Frankly Fudge Recipe is one from the diabetic Dessert recipes category. Sadly it would be impractical for us to validate every single one of the diabetic Dessert recipes to make sure that all of them are completely acceptable for diabetes sufferers. There are over two thousand unique recipes in the collection, and to validate them all at the rate of one recipe per day would occupy us for more than 72 months. You are therefore advised to analyse the ingredients to verify that they comply with the diabetes nutritional guidelines your medical advisors have given you. If you suspect that this Diabetic Frankly Fudge recipe is wrong, please contact us and we will change or remove the problem recipe from our recipe site.

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