Diabetic Friendly Fudge Recipe

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With the holidays coming, families are going to want to be indoors more and baking desserts! Make it healthy and here is another great recipe!

The best thing about diabetes desserts is that these recipes not only curb the craving for sweets but it can go a long way to prevent the onset of the disease for others in the family, cure or reduce the diabetic surges for the patient concerned. However much we may realize the importance of balanced diet and physical exercise, there may be a member in the family who eats lots of fats and sugars and is probably overweight. The diabetes desserts in such families can serve multiple people with multiple needs.

We all know that one of the ways to keep diabetes under control, is to have foods from all the four food groups and delete alcohol, fats and sugars from the daily diet. The good news is that it is not always necessary to do away with desserts and snacks, even when you are a type two diabetic! Here is the recipe of one of the simplest but the tastiest desserts for diabetics, which can be served to every member of the family freely, without feeling the usual pangs of guilt! Here is a Diabetic Friendly Fudge Recipe!

Ingredients

1 1/2 oz. evaporated milk
3 tbsp. cocoa
1/4 cup of liquid sweetener to equal 1/2 cup of sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
1 tsp. vanilla
2 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs (or any water cracker you can get)
1/4 cup of nuts

Mix the cocoa and the milk in a pan. Add the sweetener and salt to the mixture and bring to boil. Stir the remaining ingredients except the graham crackers. After removing from heat, let the mixture cool for about 15 minutes. You can now divide the mixture into any shape you want! Roll in the cracker crumbs and allow the whole thing to chill. Enjoy!

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