Fruit Tart Recipe

pEMFruit Tart Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.com/emIngredients: /pP1/3 cup whole wheat flour1 tbsp sugar or sugar substitute =2 tbsp ice water1 tsp cornstarch1 kiwi, peeled and sliced1 cup thinly sliced strawberries1/3 cup all purpose flour3 tbsp margarine2 tsp sugar or sugar substitute =1/2 cup orange juice3/4 cup thinly sliced banana/pPreparation: PFor crust, combine flours and the 1 Tablespoon sugar. Cut in margarine tillmixture resembles coarse crumbs. Sprinkle with ice water; toss tillcrumbly. Form dough into a ball. Press dough into a circle on waxed paper.Cover with another sheet of waxed paper. Roll into a 10 inch circle. Removetop sheet of waxed paper; invert onto an ungreased baking sheet. Crimppastry edge. Prick with a fork.Bake crust ina 400 deg F. oven for 12-15 minutes or till lightly browned.Cool. Meanwhile, for glaze, combine the 2 teaspoons sugar and cornstarch.Stir in orange juice. Cook and stir till thickened and bubbly. Remove fromheat; cool.Place crust on a serving plate. Arrange kiwi fruit in the center. Arrangebananas around kiwi and berries around bananas. Spoon glaze over fruit.Serve immediately or chill 1 hour.*********************************************** Per serving: 153 calories,2 g protein, 24 g carbohydrates, 6 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 68 mg sodium,232 mg potassium. /pPSTRONGServes: 6 /strong/pFruit Tart Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.comH2Is this Fruit Tart Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?/h2PThis Fruit Tart recipe is one of our category which contains diabetic Dessert recipes. Because we don`t know your exact health issues the advice your doctor has provided, we are unable to say for sure that this Fruit Tart recipe is safe for you. However, as somebody labeled it as `diabetic` it should suggest that it, if nothing else, covers the basic condition for the tag `diabetic`, being low fat and low carbohydrate and should be healthier than the non-diabetic equivalent. Still, this Fruit Tart recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are OK for you. /pSTRONGFruit Tart Recipe - Important Disclaimer/strongPThis Fruit Tart Recipe is one from our STRONGdiabetic Dessert recipes/strong category. Clearly, it is completely inconceivable for us to validate every one of the EMdiabetic Dessert recipes/em to ensure that all the recipes are 100% adapted for diabetes sufferers. Our site has over two thousand recipes in it, and to prepare every one of them at one per day would take as long as 6 years. You should check the ingredients with care to make sure that all the recipes agree with the nutritional advice your medical team has offered you. In the event that you suspect that this Fruit Tart recipe is not appropriate for diabetics, then please let us know we will remove the problem recipe from our diabetic recipe collection. /p

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