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Diabetic halloween help


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Diabetic halloween help

sunangelmb | Oct 14, 2008 07:26 AM

Hi all. I am an avid baker, but have always subscribed to the theory that baked goods should be treats, and always use real sugar, and fat. This Halloween, I have joined a booing grab bag. What you do is drop off a caldron full of treats to friends, along with a card, stating "you've been booed." I have picked a family whose son is diabetic. I know they make sugar free candy (which I have noticed can cause digestive disturbance), and I will fill the bags with a couple small toys/stickers, but I really want to bake some special treats. I have no clue about diabetic friendly treats, and need some recipes/suggestions. Any help would be great. Thanks so much.

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