Low-fat, low-sugar recipes to keep you healthy.
This chocolate syrup recipe is made with raw organic agave nectar and unprocessed cocoa, which is great for diabetics and health conscious consumers wanting to avoid sugar, corn syrup, and artificial sweeteners. This syrup is great on ice cream, in coffee, and any recipe that calls for chocolate syrup!
This sugar-free variation is sweet and tangy and great as a dip, on chicken or pork, or as a salad topping or side dish.
This is a delicious diabetic and diet-friendly recipe for quiche. I created the recipe for two servings for my wife Laura and me. I put it together on Saturday evenings; cover each bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate. When I get up on Sunday morning, I let Laura sleep in while I make the coffee and put the quiches in the oven. We love the crusty texture that is created on the outside edges when cooked in the Pyrex bowls. The inside stays moist and tender.
A sweet, low-sugar relish with a kick. Diabetics will enjoy this dog relish!
I have made this using different flavors of Jell-O(R) and yogurt. The lemon is real good if you add some zest and a little juice. Try orange flavor with some orange pieces mixed in or use your imagination to come up with different flavors. I always make my own graham cracker crust and sometimes have used half graham crackers and half Ritz(R) crackers. You can also use a short bread crust.
My Dad is a diabetic with a wicked sweet tooth. I make this when he comes to visit. Low carb, completely sugar-free, and no one will ever know!
This is a flavorful salsa that begins sweet and ends with fire. great for parties.
A fresh, fiery salsa that is spicy, but not ridiculous.
I got this from a friend who was diabetic and loved desserts. This is one of her favorites. It makes a good dessert for summer time or anyone who wants to cut a few calories.
Sugar-free chocolate and oatmeal snack that is easy to prepare. Ready to eat in minutes!