diabetic snacks?

Arch

Married to Night Train
Location
Salford, UK
I'm off to my sister's for Christmas, and had vague ideas of making some home made sweets to take - peppermint creams maybe.

My bro-in-law's Mum will be there too, and she's diabetic so I'm guessing a sweet made mostly of icing sugar won't be any good for her...

Any suggestions of sweet things I could make that she could also enjoy? Savouries as well - but they must travel well, I'm going down on the train... I love a Christmas with all the trimmings - you know the bag of mixed nuts you never eat etc

Whether I actually get round to all this of course.... I'm already planning knitted presents. It's a good thing I'm out of a job at the moment!
 

Cycling Naturalist

Legendary Member
Location
Llangollen
Arch said:
I'm off to my sister's for Christmas,
Have a good trip and contact us in the New Year. :biggrin:
 

purpleR

Veteran
Location
Glasgow
Arch said:
I love a Christmas with all the trimmings - you know the bag of mixed nuts you never eat etc
You can buy brazil nuts in their shells again now, haven't seen them for a few years. I think they were banned after a fungus poisonous to humans was found in the shells. Or something. Anyway, they're back, yay!
 
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Arch

Arch

Married to Night Train
Location
Salford, UK
Patrick Stevens said:
Have a good trip and contact us in the New Year. :biggrin:
Not yet, fool.... Just thinking ahead...


26x25: Well, I can hang out up here amoung the bones and earn the odd few pounds but the main part of this job is done and I'm sort of drifting until I run out of rent money and have to do something. Like finish the PhD. And get a real job.

Ain't skeered: Cheers, I'll have a look...

purpleR: yeah, and they are the toughest ones to crack!
 
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