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Here’s a pretty hefty “looking” dish and most importantly, it’s for Diabetics. Awesome right?

Most of the ingredients that you’ll need for this dish may already be in the fridge, so that’s a huge plus for this recipe.

☑Eggs (or other egg products)
☑Fat free milk
☑Grated Parmesan Cheese
☑Fine dried bread crumbs
☑Dried oregano
☑Black Pepper
☑Drumsticks (skinned)
☑Melted Butter

ℹFirst, Turn that burner on 375 degrees

ℹNext, Mix egg, milk, parmesan, oregano, paprika, and black pepper (Yes, Mix all of your ingredients together in a bowl)

ℹThen, Dip your skinned drumsticks in the mixture

ℹNow, roll those bad boys in the bread crumbs and get ready to bake!


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☑Sugar or Sugar substitute
☑Cold Water
☑Canola Oil
☑Baking Powder
☑Peanut Butter
☑Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
☑Miniature Chocolate pieces

ℹFinally, preheat your oven to 350 degrees

ℹCoat your baking pan with non- stick grease

ℹMelt butter

ℹMix up ingredients

See the entire recipes along with proper measurements, please visit: Diabetes Living Online


Before you go, if you’re interested in substituting certain ingredients that may be harmful to you, check out the list below:

Sugar Substitutes:
🆗Sun Crystals
🆗Kakato Natural Sweetner
🆗 Equal

Flour Substitutes:
🆗Whole wheat flour
🆗White whole wheat flour
🆗Whole wheat pastry flour
🆗Whole grain corn flour
🆗White bean flour
🆗Soy flour

Thank you for stopping by and for more Diabetes information feel free to visit: Diabetes Living Online

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