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Diabetic Cookie Recipes

Diabetic cookie recipes can be a sweet treat for any occasion. I know we eat and bake our fair share of cookies during the Christmas season. So much so that I usually have 5-10 pounds to loose after the holidays. Oh well, it's tradition for us to go cookie crazy in the kitchen! I simply can't bake and not taste. That is totally OUT OF THE QUESTION. Besides there are positive mood changing benefits to baking cookies...

Baking cookies can be therapeutic for us. it can also be a time of bonding with our children. Not to mention, an expression of love to our loved ones.

There are so many different types of cookies for different types of occasions.

I hope you find that one of these sweet treats fit your mood and occasion.

Cookies For Any Occasion.....

Diabetic Drop Cookies

Diabetic Oatmeal Cookies - a little goodness in these cookies!

Diabetic Sugar Cookies

Diabetic Fudge

Diabetic Peanut Butter Cookies

Diabetic Sugar Free Cookies

Sugar Free Oatmeal Cookie

Cookie Baking Tips

1.Use the right and a really nice cookie sheet. A shiny, aluminum cookie sheet is best for optimum cookies. Avoid greasing the cookie sheet unless recipes call for it.

2. Make the best sugar cookies by using real butter. Always bake sugar cookies on an aluminum cookie sheet.

4. Secrets to a soft and chewy cookie are very easy. Try and avoid over mixing your mixture. Also, flour at the perfect amount is absolutely necessary for a soft cookies. Always bake the cookies at the bar minimum time listed. AND, always store your cookies in a container that is airtight.

5. To help with the dough sticking to the rolling pin, use a pastry cloth and a stocking net covered rolling pin.

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