Diabetic Ice Cream Recipe

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Ice Cream Recipe - The Secret Healthy Ice Cream Recipe

1 cup raw cashew or macadamia halves (120g) 3 tbsp sugar of choice, or xylitol for sugar free 1/16 tsp pure stevia, or 2 tbsp additional sugar Ice Cream Recipe: In a cereal bowl, cover the nuts with water and let sit 4-8 hours. Drain, and pat dry very well with a paper towel. Combine all ingredients in a blender, and blend until all cashew bits have disappeared and mixture is completely smooth. If you have a Vita-Mix: Pour blended mixture into two ice-cube trays, and freeze until solid. Once frozen, pop out the ice cubes into your Vita-Mix by pushing a knife down one side of each section. Blend on high, using the tamper, until completely smooth with a soft-serve texture. Scoop out into individual bowls, using an ice-cream scoop for authentic presentation. Eat immediately, or freeze each bowl up to an hour for the perfect ice-cream consistency and texture. The best texture is achieved with a Vita-Mix, but if you dont have one you can still get a pretty good result with an ice cream maker. (If you dont have an ice cream maker either, just turn the blended mixture into really delicious popsicles! Also, areader had success with a food processor by thawing the ice cubes a little extra, Continue reading >>

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  1. luvscoco99

    Homemade Ice Creams for Diabetics?+more ?'s!

    Are there any homemade ice cream recipes for diabetics?
    a group member from another group that I am in, thought that there just might be some type of ice creams that you can enjoy even if you are diabetic! and we are talking homemade only....I already know about the splenda ones in the store!
    More questions,....about tofutti..or "toffutti cuties" if anybody knows anything about those,...
    Some extra questions I just happened to think of....what about carob chips? even non-dairy carob chips....and or semi-sweet chocolate chips? DOes anybody eat those? In one of my diabetes groups they always mention the Doves' chocolate pieces...so,I thought that I would ask about chocolate....and what you all might have as either a snack, or a dessert.
    also, one last thing.............try the Nestle's Chocolatier bar...which is in the baking section.... at probably most stores...I found mine in Safeway.
    anyhow, I thought that I would ask for the others in my groups!

  2. cheryl

    i've had tofutti it is pretty good, and carob chips are too my mom eats them not as bad on sugar either.............

  3. Lois

    Years ago when i was first diagnosed, the dietician told me that if I had a craving for chocolate that I should have the carob. At first I wasn't impressed with the taste, but over time I started enjoying it. They also didn't have that much of an effect on my b/s.
    I don't know about the other items you mentioned. Have you tried making ice cream with the splenda instead of using sugar. That is about the only thing I can think of.
    If you do find a sugar-free ice cream receipe, let us know. May want to try it.

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