Every year for the holidays, (starting with Halloween) I make different treats for the office. Usually its sweets because I love to bake, but after I found out my boss is diabetic, I stopped making as many things. Instead I went to buying snacks and sugar free candy for treats. I thought this year I would combine snacks (dips and finger foods) with the cookies and cakes I usually make. But I need help, since I don't do much cooking (my wonderful hubby does most of it) I don't know what to do. It needs to be something that isn't too messy, I work in the IT department so we are around computers all day. Any help would be appreciated.
Answer by ILuvMyBoyz0608 at 3:03 PM on Oct. 20, 2008
Answer by amyofthejungle at 3:33 PM on Oct. 19, 2008
I think finger foods are a good idea, you can also use holiday shaped cookie cut outs to make them more festive. You can use Splenda with your baking which isn't as bad as plain sugar for a diabetic. My husband is a diabetic and the problem is carbohydrates in general more than sugar, because your body turns carbs into sugar. Vegetables are good, maybe a vegetable try with ranch dip?
Answer by Lornamay at 3:41 PM on Oct. 19, 2008
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