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Satisfy your sweet tooth without feeling guilty by baking up our Almond Fudge Brownies. These rich, chocolate brownies are low in fat, but extra high in decadent, yummy taste. Make enough to share with everyone, and watch their mouth's drop when you tell 'em it's a healthier choice!
No need to give up dessert, especially when delicious diabetic-friendly options are available! May we suggest you also try our yummy Cookies 'n' Sandwiches?
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Oct 31, 2017
I have not tried this recipe. Just letting you know. I am not a diabetic, but my father just found out he is. This recipe is ok for someone w/type 2 diabetes??!!
Jan 27, 2014
Being a Type 1 diabetic, I can tell you it is all about swapping and calculating. Your body needs sugar. Your brain runs on it. So, to totally cut it out does not work. In order to eat this brownie, you would need to give up one of your other carbs. You can not expect to eat this along with a complete full carb count meal and think your sugar will not go through the roof. I do make this friendlier by substituting the sugar for a diabetic friendly sugar substitute. I like to use half stevia/ half sugar. To use a blend, you would substitute 1/2 cup of the blend for the cup of sugar in this recipe. That brings your carb count down. You end up with only a 1/4 of a cup of sugar (and a 1/4 cup of stevia) for the batch instead of 1 cup of sugar. Carbs in a 1/4 cup of sugar are 50 instead of the 200. This will bring your total carb count down to 10 carbs for a single brownie (or 13 if you do 12 servings per recipe). You are still looking at 1/2-1 carb swap, but the brownie made with the blend will not spike your sugar as high. Also, another tip for baking with blends is to cut your baking time way down OR bake this brownie in the Crockpot. I love baking in the Crockpot. It keeps things super moist. Bake on low. Times vary between machines and size of the item being baked. You bake until the top is no longer wet. Mine is about an hour and a half for this.
Aug 14, 2013
can you please let me know what all purpose flour is
Test Kitchen Team
Aug 15, 2013
All-purpose flour is general cooking/baking flour, as opposed to cake flour.
Jul 20, 2013
With the one cup sugar I am wondering how this can be diabetic.
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