Low-carb-barbecue-sauce good for diabetics
In today's world low-carb-barbecue-sauce is getting more popular as people are watching how much carbohydrates they are eating.
People who love barbecue and have diabetes are on the lookout for a
diabetic-barbecue-sauce and recipes-for-diabetics.
Especially with people with diabetes and people who were trying to avoid getting overweight too much carbohydrates is not a good thing. When it comes to barbecue the main carbohydrates are located in sugars.
Diabetics who love barbecue often ask how to make a sugar-free-barbecue-sauce.
Well, it is not so hard to do as long as we leave out sugar we can have our barbecue sauce that is almost as tasty as one that has sugar.
When you look at the bottle of barbecue sauce you will see a box with information on nutrition. Take a look at the carbohydrate count per tablespoon or 2 tablespoons, if it is greater than 20 g then it has too much sugar for diabetics.
Just think how many people who love barbecue only used 2 tablespoons of barbecue sauce on their ribs or on their brisket.
So you have to search the different bottles of barbecue sauce to look for a bottle that tells you that there is only 5 g of carbohydrates per 2 tablespoons.
So what is the answer for this, well one thing you can do is to make your own low-carb-barbecue sauce. It is an easy thing to do. So let's try it.
low-carb-barbecue-sauce is part of healthy-bbq
Low-carb-barbecue-sauce recipe for people watching their carbs
The following recipes are from my page on barbecue sauces. I know that a lot of people are searching on the Internet for low-carb-recipes.
So I thought it would be a good idea to have a page right here for this recipe.
3 cups of tomato sauce
2 Tablespoons of chili powder
1 cup of apple cider vinegar-
4 packs of splenda
1 teaspoon of spanish paprika
1 teaspoon of black pepper
1/4 cup of chopped up sweet onions-i
like vidalia-in little pieces
1/4 teaspoon of chinese 5 spice powder
Cooking the BBQ sauce
Mix all the above ingredients in a medium size pan and cook on low
to medium heat for 15 minutes-occasionally
stirring the mixture. Watch that it does not get to
thick or it can burn.
You will have to sample the sauce yourself with a spoon and adjust salt and pepper as desired.
After it cools put it in the refrigerator and it should be good for a few days-no preservatives and its better then the brand in the grocery because you made it yourself without high fructose corn syrup.
You can store the barbecue-sauce in a glass mason jar. It should be good for three days but your family will probably eat it all up before then. What I do is I wash out my glass spaghetti sauce jars and dry them out then
store my homemade-barbecue-sauce in them.
On the next link you will find more barbecue-sauce-recipes and wherever you see sugar or honey or molasses you will use splenda instead-4 packs or two tablespoons of splenda.
Why not have some chocolate in your life while still being low carb?
You know I have diabetes too and thats one reason I wrote this page. So I get really upset even thou I am a physician not being able any more to have real ice cream.
Even before I had diabetes if I looked at food I gained weight. So I used to run and jog to keep the weight down. I was looking thru many health foods to find something that I could have thats real chocolate.
Okay it doesn't have to be a big piece of chocolate or chocolate cake just enough to make me happy! Along with the bbq and low-carb-barbecue-sauce we deserve a dessert with a little carbs!
So I researched this and a friend of mine also told me of vitalicious which is great chocolate muffins and cake, O the internet they have a special 48 cakes that are chocolate and you can walk it off in 7 minutes.
click here and order the 48 cake specia only on the internet and you will have 48 delicious chocolate cakes over at your house in 2 days!
here are some more bbq-sauces
for more info on low-carb-barbecue-sauce and your health take a look at
go to thebarbecuemaster.net