Di's sugarfree date cookies
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Di's sugarfree date cookies

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Serves 1 - 24 Biscuits

sugarfree cookies ideal for Diabetics with a sweet tooth

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  • 50gr porridge oats
  • 75gr plain flour
  • 75gr marge
  • 1/2tsp bicarb of soda
  • 1tsp almond or vanilla extract
  • 2med eggs beaten
  • 250gr chopped dates
  • 100gr chopped mixed nuts
  • 50gr raisins 50gr chopped apricots


    1. Preheat oven gas mark 4
    2. Mix oats,flour,bicarb& fat together until it looks a bit like breadcrumbs, add the extract,nuts& fruit mix well add the eggs &mix well
    3. Put dessertspoonfuls onto a oiled tray leaving room between each spoonful bake for 15/20 mins until
    4. cooked remove from tray straight away put onto a cooling tray to get cold completely Enjoy

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10th Oct, 2014
This is not really suitable for diabetics due to the high fruit content. Dates, raisons and apricots.
15th Oct, 2010
I tried theese cookies and they are really easy, healthy,tastety and moist. I used oil instead of margerine, because I was short of margerine, but the result was great anyway. Thanks.
8th Oct, 2010
well this seems the recipe I was searching. I would definately try it over the weekend. Thanks cake lady. I will rate it for you later.
7th Jun, 2010
I,ve been a diabetic for over 20 years, everything for diabetics seem to have artificial sweetener in it which i do not like it has a weird taste to it so i decided to try and make something with no sweetener in it these biscuits are the biz.
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