Ginger Apple Crisp Recipe

pEMGinger Apple Crisp Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.com/emIngredients: /pP1/3 cup cornflakes crumbs, (purchased)1/4 cup brown sugar, fimly packed3 tbsp all-purpose flour2 tbsp crystaized ginger chopped =or=-1 tsp ginger2 tbsp butter melted =or=-2 tbsp margarine, melted6 rome beauty apples, peeled cored,thinly slice6 mcintosh apples, peeled cored, thinly slic2 tbsp sugar2 tsp lemon juice1 1/2 cup frozen nonfat vanilla yogurt =or=-1 1/2 cup ice milk/pPreparation: PHeat oven to 400 degress. Spray 8" square (1 1/2 quart) baking dish withnonstick cooking spray. In a small bowl, combine cornflakes, brown sugar,flour and ginger; mix well. Stir in melted butter until will mixed. Placeapples in spray-coated dish. Add sugar and lemon juice; toss to coat.Sprinkle apples with crumb mixture; press gently. Bake at 400 degrees for25 to 30 minutes or until apples are tender and mixture is bubbly. Coolslightly; serve warm with frozen vanilla yogurt. When I changed the (y) toone serving it maked the sugar to 1/3 ts and the brown sugar to 1/16 cup.Food Exchanges per serving: 1 STARCH EXCHANGE + 2 1/2 FRUIT EXCHANGE + 1FAT EXCHANGE; CAL: 260; PRO: 2g; CAR: 56g; FAT: 4g; CHO: 0mg; SOD: 130mg;Source: Fast and Healthy Magazine by WHOM. Brought to you and yours viaNancy O'Brion and her Meal-Master. /pPSTRONGServes: 6 /strong/pGinger Apple Crisp Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.comH2Is this Ginger Apple Crisp Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?/h2PThis Ginger Apple Crisp recipe is one of our category which lists diabetic Dessert recipes. Because we are unaware of your individual medical concerns the guidelines your nutritionalist has given to you, we we have no way of knowing whether this Ginger Apple Crisp recipe is appropriate for you. Even taking that into account, as the compiler designated it as `diabetic` it suggests in theory, that it, if nothing else, complies with the basic consideration for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in fat and carbs and as a result should be better for your health than a typical non-diabetic recipe. For all that, this Ginger Apple Crisp recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe ingredients are appropriate for you. /pSTRONGGinger Apple Crisp Recipe - Important Disclaimer/strongPThis Ginger Apple Crisp Recipe is one from the STRONGdiabetic Dessert recipes/strong category. Sadly it is too much for us to check each of the EMdiabetic Dessert recipes/em to make certain that all the recipes are completely adapted for people with diabetes. We have more than 2000 individual recipes in the collection, to check every one of them even at 7 recipes per week would take nearly 6 years. You should check the recipe content with care to confirm that they agree with the diabetes nutritional advice your nutritionalist has provided. If you feel that this Ginger Apple Crisp recipe is incorrect, then please let us know we will delete the problem recipe from the collection. /p

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