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Gestational Diabetes Cupcake Recipe

Died And Went To Heaven Chocolate Cake,diabetic Version

Died And Went To Heaven Chocolate Cake,diabetic Version

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Blend flour, SPLENDA® Granulated Sweetener, SPLENDA® Brown Sugar Blend, baking powder, baking soda, cocoa powder and salt in large mixing bowl. Pour batter into cake pan or bundt pan. Bake for 35 minutes, until an inserted toothpick in center of cake comes out clean. Let cool in pan for 5 minutes. Note. Exchanges per Serving: 2 Starches, 2 Fats. Advertisement Continue reading >>

Cupcakes | Leena Eats

Cupcakes | Leena Eats

By Leena on May 28, 2013 in Cookies , Cupcakes , Desserts , Fruit , Leena Bakes , Leena Cooks , Meat , Pickles , Recipes | 0 comments I can hardly believe that my baby, my first kid, my Ella has finally turned two. Except when she pitches the LOUDEST FIT EVER because I wont let her do something obviously fun, like drive the car home from the grocery store or poke the cat with a stick like a pinata. Then I am pretty certain she is two. As much as I didnt want Ella to become obsessed with licensed characters at an early age, somehow, probably during a road trip or a morning when I was sick on the couch, she discovered Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and of course, the infamous Minnie. The obsession came fast and fierce, and when I stumbled across a dress that looked exactly like a Minnie Mouse knock-off at Old Navy (akaaffordable!), I knew I had found her birthday party theme. In December. 5 months BEFORE her party. Some of my fellow mom friends thought I was being quite ambitious, starting party planning... By Leena on Nov 9, 2011 in California , Cupcakes , Desserts , Leena Bakes , Leena Eats , Recipes , San Francisco | 0 comments Its been a few months (and a baby) since I last participated in Iron Cupcake SF (January 2011, as a matter of fact). But with most of the baby weight and ALL of the gestational diabetes gone, I was ready to take on Iron Cupcake by storm. The monthly challenge: candy. Something I have made into an entire food group for the better part of my life! So I got to work creating my dream candy-inspired cupcake. Heaps of food porn and a killer cupcake recipe after the jump. So, I knew I wanted to recreate the Whatchamacallit candy bar, which is essentially a peanut butter rice krispie treat topped with caramel and dipped in chocolate. I wanted to recreate all Continue reading >>

Diabetic Cupcake Recipes

Diabetic Cupcake Recipes

Diabetic Living / Diabetic Recipes / Dessert Looking for a cupcake recipe that's diabetes-friendly? We have sweet and sassy diabetic cupcake recipes the whole family will love. They're tasty, moist, and in all your favorite flavors -- find the perfect cupcake for you. Cupcakes make tasty and easy one-serving treats, so we've created the best cupcake recipes for people with diabetes that are delicious enough to share. (We've watched the carb counts for you.) From fudgy flavors to carrot cake delights, you can have your cupcake and eat it, too -- with a raspberry on top. If you can't decide whether you want to bake brownies or cupcakes, this is your recipe. With a dense, brownielike texture and rich, chocolaty flavor, these cute bites are complete with a dollop of light whipped topping and fresh berries, all for 16 grams of carb per serving. Take your taste buds on holiday! Pineapple and coconut star in a luscious treat that blends the flavors of the tropics with only 110 calories and 17 grams of carb per serving. Chunks of yummy apple surprise in each moist bite of these muffinlike cupcakes. Crown with a dollop of light whipped dessert topping and a sprinkle of cinnamon, and you have one tasty diabetic dessert. Use a sugar substitute to keep the carb count below 20 grams per serving. Bake up some fun with these coffeehouse-inspired treats that boast a nice java flavor with a moist vanilla cake. Use a sugar substitute in the cake recipe to cut carbs to 22 grams per serving. If you want a rich chocolate cupcake, this diabetes-friendly dessert is worth the carbs. We upped the chocolate factor so you can eat what you love but still stay within your diabetes diet. These pretty cakes taste as good as they look, plus they're a cinch to make. With hints of citrus and a luscious Continue reading >>

Recipe Search | Diabetes Uk

Recipe Search | Diabetes Uk

Recipe inspiration at your fingertips. Simply search for recipes by ingredient, recipe name, meal type or special diet. There are 465 recipes that match your search Also known as Salata. This refreshing and colourful tomato, carrot and onion salad is light and crunchy. This homemade granola is a healthier version of many shop-bought varieties, which are often much higher in sugar. A delicious dish made using the South American staple food, quinoa. A tasty wholesome treat, made with artificial sweetener. A quick and easy sauce to accompany your Christmas dinner. A fun and filling alternative to breakfast cereal, packed full of goodness. These sticky, fragrant buns make the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. These are quick and easy to make and packed with wholegrain fibre filling, for a nutritious and tasty treat. Theyre also great fun to make with children. A healthier version of a classic dessert, combining fragrant apples and bread to form a comforting autumnal dessert. Filo pastry stuffed with cooked spiced apples and sultanas. Makes a light and fragrant dessert. Diabetes UK 2017 A charity registered in England and Wales (no. 215199) and in Scotland (no. SC039136) A company limited by guarantee. Registered in England (no. 339181) Registered office: Wells Lawrence House, 126 Back Church Lane, London, E1 1FH. Continue reading >>

Low Carb No Sugar Carrot Cake Muffins

Low Carb No Sugar Carrot Cake Muffins

Low Carb No Sugar Carrot Cake Muffins. Sensationally moist, light and simply mouthwatering! They are 100 % grain free, refined sugar free and packed with carrots. You should not believe everything you read online. The last time I had a bunch of carrots clogging up my fridge I decided to make soup, adding cloves to it because thats what I had read in a blog. The result was edible, but seriously underwhelming. I actually still cringe at the thought of it. Why did I not stick with a tried-and-tested-combo such as coriander and ginger? Well people, I am doing the hard work for you here. Dont make carrot soup with cloves. Unless you really, really like cloves. When I checked my fridge today and saw the three bags of carrots in the vegetable compartment (why did I think I needed three bags?!), I could still taste that darn carrot soup. It had to be something else. Something un-soupy. Now, friends. Youve got to take a leap of faith here. For I am telling you, while this recipe is on a blog and online, it is tried and tested. Three times now. By ten people in total, different age groups. At different times of day. Thumbs-up all around! And whats not to love about these babies? These low carb no sugar carrot cake muffins (inspired by Ditch the Carbs Low Carb Carrot Cake , which is Googles number 1 low carb carrot cake recipe) have been, as the name cleverly suggests, stripped of anything you could possibly feel guilty about. They are gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free and packed with carrots and nuts and would therefore make a legitimate breakfast option! I can vouch they go very well with a cup of coffee. And, in fact, a glass of milk. I have added cinnamon-flavoured cream cheese frosting, but if frosting is not your kind of thing, the muffins taste just as good witho Continue reading >>

I Need To Make Some Cupcakes Or Cakes For My Friend's Baby Shower, But She Has Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Is There A Good Cupcake/cake Recipe For Her?

I Need To Make Some Cupcakes Or Cakes For My Friend's Baby Shower, But She Has Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Is There A Good Cupcake/cake Recipe For Her?

I need to make some cupcakes or cakes for my friend's baby shower, but she has gestational diabetes mellitus. Is there a good cupcake/cake recipe for her? I assume that you naturally bake for pleasure but are use to making regular cakes? Sugar free cakes can be made with any recipe you may have in your house. You just need to change the sugar to Splenda. Splenda can be substituted with a 1 to 1 ratio. So if the recipe called for 1 cup of sugar you would use 1 cup of Splenda. The only time this is tricky is when the recipe calls for sugar in WEIGHT. You would weigh out the sugar and place it in a volumetric container and substitute for equal amount of Splenda. (1 extra step) Try this recipe if you don't have a favorite. 1 cup butter, softened to room temperature 1/2 cup milk (1% or above), room temperature 1/2 cup sour cream (light or regular), room temperature To prep, whisk together the milk and sour cream together in a liquid measure and let come to room temperature. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and make sure an oven rack is placed in the middle of the oven. In a large bowl of an electric stand mixer or with a handheld electric mixer, whip the butter on medium speed for 1-2 minutes. Add the granulated sugar and beat for 4-5 minutes on medium speed. Mix in the vanilla. One at a time, add the eggs and egg yolks, mixing just until combined in between additions. Scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed. Combine the cake flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Sift them together through a fine mesh strainer. Add 1/3 of the dry ingredients to the batter and mix just until combined, scraping down the sides of the bowl as needed. Add 1/2 of the milk/sour cream mixture and mix. Add another 1/3 of the dry ingredients, mixing just until combined. Add the last 1/2 of Continue reading >>

Basic Icing Sugar Recipe For Cupcakes

Basic Icing Sugar Recipe For Cupcakes

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Diabetic Cupcake Recipes | Diabetes Diet, Chocolate Cupcakes And Diabetes

Diabetic Cupcake Recipes | Diabetes Diet, Chocolate Cupcakes And Diabetes

Double Chocolate Cupcakes-Diabetic Friendly I fink I need these Kali lmao Looks good, a sugar free dessert alternative Diabetic Cupcake Recipes Looking for a cupcake recipe that's diabetes-friendly? We have sweet and sassy diabetic cupcake recipes the whole family will love. They're tasty, moist, and in all your favorite flavors -- find the perfect cupcake for you. Java Cupcakes - Diabetic exchanges for Dad Diabetic friendly, low carb Chocolate Cupcakes recipe from Diabetic Gourmet Magazine recipe archive. The Big Diabetes Lie- Recipes-Diet - Peanut Butter Blossom Mini Cakes Doctors at the International Council for Truth in Medicine are revealing the truth about diabetes that has been suppressed for over 21 years. Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Filling Recipe - Gluten Free, Sugar Free Orange-Spiced Mini Brownie-Cakes 28 cake recipes are in this slide show LCHF - The BEST diabetes friendly treat & Healthiest brownie on earth! This Sugar free pecan brownie is absolutely safe for diabetic, low carb using a mix of coconut flour and almond meal, healthy olive oil and naturally sweetened with erythritol . The Big Diabetes Lie- Recipes-Diet - Island Pineapple calories and 17 grams of carbs per serving Doctors at the International Council for Truth in Medicine are revealing the truth about diabetes that has been suppressed for over 21 years. Diabetes Recipe: Peaches-and-Cream Cake recipes - Diabetic Receipes Chocolate Cupcakes For Diabetics With Diabetic Frosting Low Carb Coconut Flour Chocolate Cupcakes with Espresso Buttercream (Chocolate Cake Frosting Coconut Flour) 12 Diabetes-Friendly Desserts You'll Never Believe Are Sugar-Free The Big Diabetes Lie- Recipes-Diet - Diabetes-Friendly Dessert Recipes - PureWow Doctors at the International Council for Truth in Medicin Continue reading >>

Recipe Needed:gestational Diabetes

Recipe Needed:gestational Diabetes

I looked through the recipe posts, but didnt find what I am needing. I have been asked to do a baby shower cake for a lady who has Gestational Diabetes. Does any one have any recipes for the cake and icing? I had gestational diabetes with my first baby. Is she going to eat the cake? I just avoided all sweets period. It wasn't worth it for the baby and myself. Maybe you can inquire about whether or not she intends on eating the cake. Unless you are looking to do one for her and one for everybody else. My first child is now 28 years old, so things have changed, including recipes. So there may be a recipe out there made with one of the artificial sweeteners available. But it might be worth to double check that the Mother to be intends to indulge. She may be working on the side of being overcautious and avoid anything like that until after the baby is born. I agree, I wouldn't make a cake, if I knew the mother would indulge, just think if anything happened, you wouldn't be able to sleep, at least I couldn't. gestational diabetes goes away after the baby is born, but can wreak havoc on mother and child while she is still pregnant. It's only a couple of months. I just wouldn't take the risk personally, and definately not the risk as the baker. Cake is made with flour, that also gets converted to sugar in the body, it's not just the sugar you put in I'm looking for one as well, and the person I'm making it for can have carbs. I was looking on the Splenda site, they have recipes for powdered sugar so you can make your own icing: 3/4 cup (180 mL) SPLENDA No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated *Note: To sour milk, pour 1 tbsp (15 mL) vinegar into measuring cup, add milk to measure 1 cup (250 mL). Combine flour, SPLENDA Granulated, baking soda and salt in bowl. Add egg, milk, oil and v Continue reading >>

Healthy Desserts For Your Diabetes Diet

Healthy Desserts For Your Diabetes Diet

You might think a diabetes diagnosis means you’ll have to skip dessert forever. “Not so,” says Lara Rondinelli-Hamilton, a certified diabetes educator at DuPage Medical Center in Chicago. “With a little planning, you can satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping your blood sugar under control.” But just how do you do that? There are several ways. Swap Other Carbs for Dessert “Everyone focuses on the sugar, but what’s really important is the total carbohydrates,” says Rondinelli-Hamilton, author of the American Diabetes Association cookbook Healthy Calendar Diabetic Cooking. “If you’d like to have a small piece of pie for dessert, skip the starchy vegetable during dinner,” she says. But she’s quick to point out that this isn’t something you should do on a regular basis. “Desserts and sweets don’t have the nutritional value that other foods do, so it’s best to save them for special occasions,” she says. Think Small Along with limiting how often you have dessert, you’ll also need to limit how much you eat -- and that can be a challenge. “Sugar sets off fireworks in your brain, making you crave more,” says Jessica Bennett, RD, a dietitian at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. Fighting the urge to overdo it takes a lot of effort. But there are ways to make it a little easier. “Set yourself up for success by buying desserts that are packaged as a single serving, like a sugar-free fudge pop or a small square of dark chocolate,” Rondinelli-Hamilton says. And be realistic. “If you can’t have cake in the house without eating the whole thing, don’t buy a cake,” she says. When you go out, check the menu for miniature desserts. Many restaurants now offer treats served in small dishes or shot glasses. “If that’s not Continue reading >>

Chocolate Cake Never Tasted So Good My Gestational Diabetes Story

Chocolate Cake Never Tasted So Good My Gestational Diabetes Story

Chocolate Cake Never Tasted So Good My Gestational Diabetes Story By Melonie on April 2, 2015 in Mom Support , Nutrition and Wellness , Pregnancy The dreaded glucose test. Several girlfriends warned me about it, but I shrugged it off. Even as I guzzled down the thick syrupy drink, I didnt think twice about it. Plus, I always ate well and occasionally exercised, and I had never failed a glucose test before I was pregnant. One short hour later my results were in My blood sugar count was a 144, not awful, but it was over the maximum limit of 140 and that meant I had to take a three-hour test. Oh joy! This test was much harder, but since I only missed the first one by four points I should pass this one with flying colors, right? Wrong. For those of you who dont know, the sugar in the three-hour drink is through the roof and made me extremely nauseous. The one-hour drink is nothing in comparison! Fast forward a few days at my next OB appointment. My lab results were in and IFAILED. I was told I had to see a specialist for gestational diabetes. Whhhat? So many thoughts were racing through my head as I fought back tears. Is my baby going to be okay? How serious is this? What did I do to cause this? Before I continue, what I want everyone to know is that gestational diabetes (GD) is fairly common in pregnant women and, most importantly, it can happen to anyone. People often think that being overweight and eating too much sugar causes it. Wrong again. There are a lot of factors like genetics, family history or ethnicity that contribute to diabetes all of which are outside of a persons control. In pregnant women, it basically comes down to hormones. The hormones produced by the placenta can block the insulin in your body making sugars harder to process. If left untreated, your b Continue reading >>

What If I Just Need Cake?

What If I Just Need Cake?

Lisa said: Hi Hazeline. Good on your for making an impact with your BGLs... Read More Lisa said: Hi Jessica thanks for sharing your experience... Read More Lisa said: Hi Kandice. This is a store-bought bar and is an Australian example of a packaged snack that works within the GDM diet recommendations... Read More Lisa said: So glad you found us! And best wishes with your pregnancy... Read More Jess Thomson said: Hi there , thank you for the great information i have just been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes and i wont be seeing my specialist till nxt week and im freaking out... Read More Maintaining a special diet is exhausting and there is bound to be a time you are tempted to splurge. Or you may have your baby shower or Christmas to work around. While it would be ideal to avoid these temptations here are some tips if you are going to have something extra: Downsize: Instead of a slice of cake go for a cupcake or better still a mini-cupcake. Skip the icing: choose a plain cookie/biscuit instead. Reduce the carbs: have a scoop of gelato in a cup instead of a cone. Avoid the super rich ice-creams: Instead of a Magnum or Cornetto, have a Heart, a Dixie Cup or a Paddle Pop instead. A few squares of good quality chocolate can go a long way occasionally. Try salsa, fresh hummus or tzatziki dips with some vegetable sticks. That way you could also squeeze in some tasty cheddar with wholegrain crackers so youre getting a serve of dairy in there too. A small bag of popcorn which has a heap less fat than a bag of chips. Continue reading >>

9 Chocolate Recipes For People With Gestational Diabetes Because Youve Still Got A Sweet Tooth

9 Chocolate Recipes For People With Gestational Diabetes Because Youve Still Got A Sweet Tooth

9 Chocolate Recipes for People With Gestational Diabetes Because Youve Still Got a Sweet Tooth The one thing I dreaded more than anything while I was pregnant was the test for gestational diabetes . Since my chocolate craving was strong, I prayed I could continue plowing through bags of M&Ms. Luckily, I passed, but I knew several women who werent so lucky. According to the UCSF Medical Center, seven percent of pregnant women suffer from gestational diabetes , which usually goes away once your baby is born. But until then, you have to come up with clever way to satisfy your sweet tooth, which means finding chocolate recipes for people with gestational diabetes . I know what youre probably thinking. How can a sugar-free chocolate recipe have any sort of flavor? But it is 100 percent possible. After all, the 29.9 million Americans suffering from diabetes do it every day. By changing a few key ingredients, like almond flour instead of white flour and using superfoods, like avocados, to create desserts, you can find some new favorites to enjoy. Sure they may be a little healthier than the traditional chocolate cake youre used to. But isnt that just better for you and your growing baby. Even if youre in the clear to eat chocolate, you should try whipping up one of these nine gestational diabetes-friendly chocolate recipes. Theyre sure to satisfy anyones craving pregnant, diabetic, or none of the above. 1. Healthy Vegan Chocolate Avocado Mousse Made with the superfood avocado, this vegan chocolate avocado mousse from Hello Natural is full of antioxidants and only two tablespoons of cocoa. Youll be able to enjoy a creamy, healthy pudding without sacrificing flavor. 2. Low Sugar Chocolate Chip Quinoa Cookies This low sugar treat from Oatmeal With a Fork is made with quinoa, a g Continue reading >>

Recommend 'cake' For A Gestational Diabetes Mom For Shower

Recommend 'cake' For A Gestational Diabetes Mom For Shower

I don't really know the GD diet, but I ate a very limited carb/sugar diet for years. If they are similar diets I atesugar free things when I really wanted something sweet. Blue Bonnet makes a wonderful sugar free cake. I found it in my local grocery store in the bakery (frozen). It was delicious. You can also make a sugar free cake. Walmart sells sugar free cake mix and icing (add cream cheese to the icing for a better taste). The only thing about these items is that they can be high in carbs so you have to be careful and limit what you eat (which I am sure your friend knows). And last, most bakeries will sell sugar free cookies/treats even chocoloates or candies. The problem is that the taste is hit or miss. HTH. I don't really know the GD diet, but I ate a very limited carb/sugar diet for years. If they are similar diets I atesugar free things when I really wanted something sweet. Blue Bonnet makes a wonderful sugar free cake. I found it in my local grocery store in the bakery (frozen). It was delicious. You can also make a sugar free cake. Walmart sells sugar free cake mix and icing (add cream cheese to the icing for a better taste). The only thing about these items is that they can be high in carbs so you have to be careful and limit what you eat (which I am sure your friend knows). And last, most bakeries will sell sugar free cookies/treats even chocoloates or candies. The problem is that the taste is hit or miss. HTH. Most sugar free things I've come across really aren't great in carb count, and carbs are what really matters with the GD diet. BFP #1: 5/10/12; 5/22/12: pregnancy deemed not viable (probably CP) BFP #2: 8/2/12; Due date: 4/14/13, DD born 4/5/2013 Continue reading >>

Recipes Archive Gestational Diabetes Uk

Recipes Archive Gestational Diabetes Uk

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