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Sugar-free Oatmeal Cookies (low Carb, Gluten-free)

Sugar-free Oatmeal Cookies (low Carb, Gluten-free)

This gluten-free & sugar-free oatmeal cookies recipe creates the perfect moist, low carb cookie. Only 9 ingredients, 4 grams net carbs, and ready in 20 minutes! Continue Reading Easy Sugar-free Oatmeal Cookies (Low Carb, Gluten-free) Thank you! Check your email for a confirmation link. Add [emailprotected] to your email contacts so that you don't miss it. Once you confirm, you'll receive a link to download the ebook! Sign up to get a FREE low carb recipes e-book, plus get access to subscriber exclusives! This post may contain affiliate links. I may earn a small commission from purchases made through them, at no additional cost to you, which helps keep this content free. ( Full disclosure ) Thank you to Bob's Red Mill for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own. Can you believe its already the end of August?! The summer has totally flown by. September is just around the corner, and that means back to school time! My little girl is still under two years old, but I know this time will be a huge milestone for us a few years down the line. In fact,even though its far away, Im already thinking about ideas for healthy snacks to give her for school. Based on my latest experiment, it looks like sugar-free oatmeal cookies will definitely have to be one of them. Oatmeal raisin cookies have always been my absolute favorite kind of cookie. Last week, I found out thatmy little oneis a huge fan, too. I know of noother cookie type that is so tender. Before I started cooking, I didnt realize that they are probably so good because of the enormous amounts of butter and sugar they contain. Since I follow a low carb lifestyle, fat isntmuch of a concern, but the sugar and carbs most definitely are. Of course, I had to set out on a quest to make a healthy, low carb version. That is, I Continue reading >>

Diabetic Oatmeal-raisin Cookies

Diabetic Oatmeal-raisin Cookies

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Mix the flour with the cinnamon. Cream the butter and both the sugars until fluffy. Add the egg, milk, and vanilla. Gradually add the flour mixture. Stir in oats and raisins. Drop by teaspoonfuls if small cookies are desired, tablespoons if larger cookies are desired onto parchment paper (this stuff is reusable - one sheet will do the whole batch). Bake until golden brown, 10-12 minutes. Cool on wire racks. Continue reading >>

Diabetes Friendly Biscuit Recipes (22)

Diabetes Friendly Biscuit Recipes (22)

We have plenty of satisfying biscuits and cookies, packed with energy-filled ingredients that are not too sweet, and low in sugar. Check out our entire diabetic friendly recipe collection for more tasty ideas. Naturally sweet and moist, these make a great addition to a packed lunch. They are also a good way of getting the family to try some more unusual grains and seeds, and add new healthy ingredients to the diet. These basic and versatile oatcakes are easy to make and can be enjoyed as a snack, with meat or vegetable dishes, or just simply with a little honey for breakfast. The only sugar in these chocolate chip cookies is in the chocolate chips. Use chopped dark chocolate with at least 70% cacao for even less sugar. Chopped walnuts, which are especially heart healthy, can be used in place of pecans. These cookies freeze well. This recipe makes 3 dozen healthy biscuits. Be sure you buy 100% gluten free oats, available from health shops. The recipe calls for tahini (sesame seed butter that you can buy in any large supermarket). Feel free to add chopped apples, dried cranberries, raisins or dates. Continue reading >>

Diabetic Oatmeal-raisin Cookies Recipe

Diabetic Oatmeal-raisin Cookies Recipe

Categories: diabetic friendly print See original recipe at food.com Popular on KeepRecipes Top Recipe Keepers Slow Cooker Dark Chocolate Banana Healthy Chicken Dessert Vegetarian Lactose Free Gluten Free Fast Quick One Pot Easy Cast Iron Pan Oatmeal Spicy Snack Appetizer Brunch Southern Thai diabetic friendly Comida Con alcohol China Cheeseburger Dessert Trago flourless baking Testo Elaborado Christmas travel Breakfast danie głowne rub / marinade asian dessert tomoates Cookie carne balsamic vineagar homemade grain Egg Fiesta Pescado Famous Chefs Jamie Oliver Ina Garten Michel Roux Rick Stein Paula Deen Healthy Paleo Vegan Raw Detox Ideal Protein Speedy & Easy Crock Pot Mug Recipes One Pot Oven Fried No Bake In Restaurants Benihana P. F. Chang Ruby Tuesday Panda Express Red Lobster Top Ingredient Corn Bacon Agave Oreo Chex Mix Continue reading >>

Sugar-free Coconut Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Sugar-free Coconut Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Sugar-Free Coconut Oatmeal Raisin Cookies 1/2 cup shredded natural unsweetened coconut (see Note) 3/4 cup Splenda (do not use Splenda for baking, which has sugar) 1 of 4 Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Coat 2 large baking sheets with nonstick cooking spray. 2 of 4 In a medium-size bowl, combine oats, flour, coconut, raisins, pumpkin pie spice and baking soda. 3 of 4 In a large bowl, beat together butter and Splenda until combined. Beat in egg. Stir in oat mixture and vanilla. 4 of 4 Drop cookie dough by slightly heaping tablespoonfuls onto prepared baking sheets. With wet hands, press down cookies to form a flattened 3-inch circle. Let stand on countertop for 5 minutes. Transfer cookie sheets to oven and bake at 350 degrees F for 13 to 15 minutes, until cookies are lightly browned around edges. Transfer to wire rack to cool completely. Nutrition Information for Sugar-Free Coconut Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Per Serving: 9 g carb., 5 g Fat, total, 91 kcal cal., 2 g pro., 31 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 19 mg chol., 4 g sat. fat Continue reading >>

Diabetic Cookie Recipe: Oatmeal Raisin Cookies - Recipes For Diabetics

Diabetic Cookie Recipe: Oatmeal Raisin Cookies - Recipes For Diabetics

Great. I often cook the diabetes foods at home. In June of 2015, it was discovered that I had type 2 diabetes. By the end of the month, I was given a prescription for Metformin. I stated the ADA diet and followed it completely for several weeks but was unable to get my blood sugar below 140. With no results to how for my hard work, I panicked and called my doctor. His response? Deal with it. I began to feel that something wasnt right and do my own research. Then I found Rachels blog . I read it from cover to cover and I started the diet and by the next morning, my blood sugar was 100. Since then, I have a fasting reading between the mid 70s and 80s. My doctor was so surprised at the results that, the next week, he took me off the Metformin. I lost 30 pounds in the first month and lost more than 6 inches off my waist and Im able to work out twice a day while still having lots of energy. The truth is we can get off the drugs and help myself by trying natural methods Continue reading >>

Diabetes Friendly Biscuit Recipes

Diabetes Friendly Biscuit Recipes

We have plenty of satisfying biscuits and cookies, packed with energy-filled ingredients that are not too sweet, and low in sugar. Check out our entire diabetic friendly recipe collection for more tasty ideas. These cookies are not only delicious, but they are also packed full of protein, fibre and omega-3 fatty acids. Enjoy for breakfast, general snacking or elevenses. They're the perfect power-treat for on the go. No added sugar chewy oat and raisin cookies. Simple, easy to make, and no added sugar, also easy to chew for people who have some problems chewing. Recipe is an adaptation from a recipe on the Canderel website. A healthy alternative for your biscuit, gluten and sugar free. Good way to start the day with energy. These drop cookies are made with ground almonds, dates, walnuts and chia seeds. They are quick and easy to make and have the added bonus of having no added sugar. The sweetness comes from natural maple syrup and dried fruit. These chocolate chip cookies get natural sweetness from the banana, and just a little bit of sugar to help them along. You'll notice these are a little more cake-like than typical chocolate chip cookies, but they're a healthful alternative and still delicious! Continue reading >>

2-ingredient Oatmeal Cookies {gluten-free, Refined Sugar-free, Vegan}

2-ingredient Oatmeal Cookies {gluten-free, Refined Sugar-free, Vegan}

2-Ingredient Oatmeal Cookies {gluten-free, refined sugar-free, vegan} You know those black-spotted bananas on your countertop? Theyre ready for a love match. With oats. Mix these two together and in a matter of minutes, you have cookies. Staggeringly simple, scrumptious cookies. Cookies that are sugar-free, frugal, vegan, and gluten-free. You can eat them for breakfast, dessert, as a snack, to fuel up before a workout, to refuel after a workout, or even for dinner on one of those days when you need cookies for dinner; you will feel virtuous, satisfied and happy no matter the occasion. If youre feeling like a fancy-pants, you can add a splash of vanilla, a pinch of salt and some ground cinnamon. But honestly, they are great without embellishment, too. When your bananas reach that uber-ripe stage, no need to make cookies immediately (although you certainly can). Simply peel and freeze for future batches. Let the frozen bananas thaw at room temperature, or, if you share my level of impatience, shove into the microwave for 15 to 20 seconds until defrosted and mushy. Be sure to let the oats and bananas sit for about 5 minutes after combining. The oats become softer, resulting in extra-tender cookies. If you have some dribs and drabs of ingredientsdried fruits, seeds, nuts, sprinkles, etc.in the cupboard, feel free to add them to the cookies! You can either stir them in or sprinkle them on top before baking. In the case of the jam, make indentations in the drops of cookie dough before baking; fill with a smidge of jam, then slide into the oven to bake as usual. The nut or seed butter can be stirred right into the batter; nuts and seeds can be sprinkled or pressed into the dough before baking (no pre-toasting required!). Cacao nibs + goji berries also yummy. I am a jumble-it- Continue reading >>

No Sugar Added Oatmeal Cookies For Diabetics And Dieters

No Sugar Added Oatmeal Cookies For Diabetics And Dieters

No Sugar Added Oatmeal Cookies for Diabetics and Dieters Have you or a loved one have recently been diagnosed as a diabetic or perhaps you just wish to cut down on the sugar in your familys diet? Here are some cookie recipes for you to try. I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes when I was sixty. I experiment with sugar-free recipes all the time. My 4-year-old granddaughter loves to help me in the kitchen. I find that she loves eating the sugar-free cookies the same as the sugar ones. If you start the kiddos out on less sugar while they are young, you are doing them a big favor and they wont even realize they are eating healthier. The Sugarless Bananan-Oatmeal Cookies are good to start with. The bananas add moisture (a problem in sugar-free baking) and natural sweetness. No Sugar Added Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies are also a good cookie as the oatmeal adds some moisture and the raisins add natural sweetness. In a large mixing bowl, mix all ingredients together, beating well. Let mixture set for 5 minutes for oats to absorb moisture. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Let stand for 1 minute before removing from cookie sheet. Remove to wire racks to cool. Note: Use medium to large ripe bananas. Using small or barely ripe bananas will make your cookies dry. If your bananas are small, use 3 1/2 to 4. Continue reading >>

No Sugar Oatmeal Cookies

No Sugar Oatmeal Cookies

This recipe deserves a lot more love! As a former junk food lover who now has to follow a gluten free/lactose free diet, these are heaven sent! Just sweet enough to satisfy that craving, yet t... ADD peanut butter! This recipe can differ every time you make them. Adding a half cup of peanut butter, and 1/2 cup of chopped nuts, are great options. You can use any type of milk, and I love s... These are terrific as a grab-and-go breakfast on the run or for a roadtrip ... so much healthier than the usual high-calorie transfat-laden options. I started making them when I had some overrip... They turned out wonderfully, with thanks to the many intrepid bakers who offered great suggestions and substitutions. Here are some of my own: DRY INGREDIENTS - added 1/2 cup cranberries, 1/2 cu... Just Terrible! I made these exactly as the recipe called for except I left out the raisins. I cooked these for 15 minutes at 350. They came out with a faint taste of banana and a consistency of... Considering how healthy these are, I think they are good. Don't make them if you are expecting a decadent dessert. They are dense and really more of a breakfast food than a traditional cookie. Have made these twice, and they were much better the second time--actually really good!--so here are my tips to making the best of the recipe.1. Make sure the bananas are really ripe. Mine had ... I would def. give these 5 stars, of course there not going to be perfect because there's no sugar! but if your trying to eat better, these will def. satisfy your craving. LOVE Them! Oh, I also ... I think these are very good. I'm pre diabetic and salt restricted so I don't have to figure out any substitutions. (I like to avoid white flour, sugar and of course, salt.) However, I need the n... Continue reading >>

Sugar-free Date Oatmeal Cookies

Sugar-free Date Oatmeal Cookies

You are here: Home / Snack / Sugar-free date oatmeal cookies For a long time my son didnt have a particularly sweet tooth, other than fruit. Unlike quite a few kids, cookie and cake were not words early on in his language development. In fact he wouldnt even try his own cake on his second birthday. I have to admit being pretty glad, but also knew that realistically that would change, even with parents who are not hugely sweet-toothed. And true enough, it now has. Theres one coffee shop that I go to where he almost immediately asks cookie? and starts pointing at various things he would like. While I dont mind now and then, I would prefer it to not be too much of a habit. In preparation of that becoming more common, I wanted to make cookies that didnt have too much, or any, sugar in them to feel better about the times he does have them. But for both him and me, they still need totaste good. After all, its still being sold as a treat. So heres version one sugar free date oatmeal cookies. I plan to keep playing around with the general concept, but I figured date oatmeal cookies were a good place to startto use natural sweeteners. In this case, the sweetness comes from dates. You start by blending the dateswith butter, as you would sugar in most regular cookies. True, my blender did make the odd noise like what are you doing to me but that was partly my fault in not pre-cutting them a bit and it still managed fine. I have used medjool dates which might seem a bit indulgent, but I dont think regular dates would blend as easily without being soaked. I didnt want to do that as it would probably make the cookies too moist. Here I have added oats for a bit of texture and a little cinnamon for flavor, plus both are pretty natural partners to dates. I debated adding vanilla and di Continue reading >>

Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies: No Sugar Added

Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies: No Sugar Added

Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies: No Sugar Added Oatmeal raisins cookies without added sugar, less butter, low carb and low calories?? These little oatmeal bites are delicious! My kids dont even like to eat raisins at all but ate these babies up! Because they are made with less butter and subbing in some coconut oil, the texture is not chewy, more crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. If you have an allergy to coconut oil then just replace the amount used, with butter. Obviously the nutrition info will not be same but do what works for you and your family. If you dont have powdered stevia or prefer not to use it, simply sub in 1/2 cup of honey or other sweetener of choice. Warning alert!: These are so good you may need to hide them away if you cant stop after one or two. Chances are if you made them for your family they wont be lasting long in the house anyway, especially when your kids have friends over. Always a nice treat after school or work! adapted from Family Fun Magazine March 2012 Remember to subscribe to the Sugar Free Mom Newsletter for free and receive fresh recipe notifications delivered into your inbox! If you try a recipe, please use the hashtag #sugarfreemom on instagram for a chance to be featured! Follow Sugar Free Mom on Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Twitter for all of the latest content, recipes and updates. Continue reading >>

Diabetic Oatmeal Cookies - Recipes - Cooks.com

Diabetic Oatmeal Cookies - Recipes - Cooks.com

Mix together and drop by teaspoonfuls onto greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes. Ingredients: 12(cinnamon .. egg .. flour .. nuts .. oats .. raisins ...) Mix all above ingredients, drop by spoonfuls on cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Ingredients: 10(banana .. cinnamon .. juice .. milk .. oats .. soda ...) Mix all above ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls onto cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Note: If you chill dough, it turns out better cookies. Ingredients: 12(banana .. cinnamon .. juice .. milk .. oats .. raisins ...) Cream butter. Add beaten egg, sucaryl solution, and milk. Sift and mix dry ingredients and then add to first mixture. Beat in vanilla, raisins, and rolled ... Ingredients: 13(cinnamon .. egg .. flour .. milk .. nutmeg .. oats ...) Mix flour, cinnamon, soda, salt, nutmeg, allspice, oatmeal and raisins. Add applesauce, egg, ... and drop onto greased cookie sheet. Bake 12 minutes at 375 degrees. Ingredients: 12(allspice .. applesauce .. cinnamon .. egg .. flour ...) Whip nonfat dry milk with ice water until stiff peaks form (4 to 5 minutes). Boil raisins in water for 2 minutes. Drain, reserve liquid for later use. Combine ... Ingredients: 13(cinnamon .. egg .. flour .. milk .. oats .. raisins ...) Melt butter, beat in eggs ... salt, sugar, fruit, nuts and oatmeal. Stir until blended. Drop by teaspoon onto greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350F for 12 to 15 minutes. Ingredients: 11(eggs .. flour .. oatmeal .. salt .. sugar .. vanilla ...) Sift together flour, baking soda ... refrigerate. Makes 40 cookies. Per cookie: 70 calories; 1 g protein; 7 g carbohydrates; 4 g fat; 14 mg cholesterol; 51 mg sodium. Ingredients: 11(apples .. dates .. flour .. nuts .. oats .. raisins ...) Sift flour, salt, Continue reading >>

Diabetic Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies

Diabetic Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies

Metric Ingredients ⅔ cup oatmeal 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt light ¼ teaspoon baking soda * 2 teaspoons baking powder ⅓ cup corn oil ⅔ cup peanut butter salt-free ¼ cup eggbeaters and 1 egg, 3 tb skim milk, 4 tb liquid sweetener, 2 tb sugar substitute * Directions Sift flour, salt, soda, and baking powder. Cream next 6 ingredients together add oatmeal, beat. Add flour mixture, stir until it forms a ball; roll into 1 inch balls. Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Press down with glass. Bake at 375℉ (190℃). for 10 minutes. * not incl. in nutrient facts Titusville, United States 13 days ago I would say that you can totally use greased baking sheet, or put a sheet of parchment paper. I usually use a baking mat or parchment paper regardless of what the recipe says. Hope this helps! Happy Baking :) Continue reading >>

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Ingredients 1¼ cups rolled oats ¾ cup all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon cinnamon ½ teaspoon ginger ¼ teaspoon salt (optional) ½ teaspoon baking powder ½ cup reduced-fat margarine 1/3 cup dark brown sugar, packed ½ cup Splenda 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/3 cup chopped raisins Cooking spray Directions Preheat oven to 350º. Stir together oats, flour, cinnamon, ginger, salt and baking powder. In another bowl, cream the margarine, brown sugar and Splenda with electric mixer. Beat in egg and vanilla. Stir in dry ingredients, then raisins. Drop by heaping teaspoonsful onto baking sheets sprayed with cooking spray. Bake 8-10 minutes. Cool on wire rack. Nutrition Facts Servings per Recipe: 2 ½ dozen cookies, 1 serving = 1 cookie Amount Per Serving Calories 55 Calories from Fat 18 Total Fat 2 g Cholesterol 7 mg Sodium 50 mg Carbohydrate 8 g Dietary Fiber 1 g Protein 1 g Exchange ½ starch Carbohydrate Units 0.5 Print 3x5 Recipe Card Print 4x6 Recipe Card Continue reading >>

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