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Combine milk and cocoa in saucepan; cook and mix well over low heat until cocoa is dissolved. Add butter, granulated sugar replacement, salt and vanilla. bring to a boil, reduce heat and cook for 2 minutes. Remove from heat; add cereal crumbs and work in with a wooden spoon. Cool for 15 minutes.
Divide in 1/2; roll each 1/2 into a rope, 8 inches long. roll each rope in the nuts and wrap in wax paper. Chill overnight. Cut into 1/4 inch slices. Makes: 64 slices (Exchange: 2 slices: 1/2 bread, 1/2 fat, 60 calories.
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I'm looking for an easy, very easy to make diabetic peanut butter fudge recipe. I used to have one that was a no cook recipe but I can't find it. Does anyone have one?
I need this recipe
This isn't no cook, but sounds good (and easy). Check this one out:
I need this too!! Lilltemiss AT aol.com
This is not peanut butter, is diabetic. 16oz cream cheese, 2 squares chocolate unsweet 1-oz each, 1/2 cup Splenda, 1tsp vanilla, 1/2 cup nuts : melt chocolate. In small bowl beat cream cheese, chocolate, splenda, vanilla until smooth. Stir in nuts. Pour in well greased 8" dish yield about 16 pieces will be soft
I am looking for peanut butter fudge for a diabetic.
Diane from NC
Diabetic Peanut Butter Fudge
OK one thing you need to know you dont need a recipe just leave out the sugar and make it with splenda, or no sugar at all. Follow the recipe you have and leave out the sugar. Sugar is what causes diabetic shock, which brings me to my second point. My office that I just got hired at this week. Invited me to the office Christmas party with all the stuff included, but when I got there they refused to give me punch and I found out the pizza was for the staff appreciation of the year party after our party. I am a client in a disabled working environment. 80 % of the clients are extremely disabled and mentally challenged and it is more of a day care for their cheap family to dump them at for each day. The cookies were made with splenda and they didn't turn out well at all and tasted terrible, not that anyone offered me any and I waited an hour before the plate offered to everyone else was put down on a table to take one. I then went home. I felt they should have given the party for just the disabled then at least we could have had sugar punch for all and sugar cookies. I mean talk about my bosses being so petty to the non mentally retarded, as to not even think of my feelings or their feelings. I will never use splenda in any cookie I make ever. I wouldn't suggest it to you either. If you have to make the fudge thou make it without the sugar unless you like splenda.