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Chai tea, hot cocoa, pumpkin muffins, glazed carrots, etc. all became quick favorites.
There is just enough sugar to make the textures in the food work, but the carb count and fat content was "a perfect fit" for my diet needs.
(Ive been making Marlene's recipes a lot, just those above are what I've tried in this book.
I use splenda on a daily basis but the recipes in this book aren't very good.Published 1 month ago by Esther
This is a 'must' if you like cooking w/o sugar...or are diabetic. [Some people can taste the difference if a substitute sweetner is used, but since I can't, I can rely on this book... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan E. Jenson
gave this too my sister ....who fell in love with it....had to order myself another one.....great recipes for people who have a problem with sugar.Published 4 months ago by Isabella L. Wilson
My brother and I are both diabetic so I am always trying to lowere the sugar levels in my cooking.Published 9 months ago by EJ
The cook book is a really good book...It has some great food for diabetics...I have tried several and evert one has been great...Published 12 months ago by Mary S Page
Didn't like the recipes, I guess I'm not much of a fan of sugar subsitutes, ended up sending the book backPublished 14 months ago by mar52726
This book talks about how sugar is bad, targets diabetics as a group in need of help, but contains pages of high carbohydrate recipes using wheat flour and high sugar fruits. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gerard J. Pinzone
I collect cookbooks. My favorites are those that help me to eat helthy and loose weight. I especially reccomend Marlene Koch's, Joanne Lund's, and Hungry Girl for easiest recipes. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Karen Gillis