No-Flour & No-Sugar Peanut Butter Oat Cookies : Recipes for Diabetics

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Peanut butter oat cookies don’t always need to use things like flour and sugar if you don’t want them to. Learn about no-flour and no-sugar peanut butter oat cookies with help from a registered dietician in this free video clip.

Expert: Liz Beechler RD, LD
Bio: Liz Beechler RD, LD, is a registered dietician in Idaho and Oregon.
Filmmaker: Jeff Goodey

Series Description: You always need to be very careful when making any kind of treat that is intended for a diabetic. Learn about delicious diabetic recipes that you can make at home with help from a registered dietician in this free video series.

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45 Comments

  1. Hello there, I am a Dietitian here in the Philippines, and as far as I know artificial sweeteners such as splenda can be used by those who have DM, and there is NO OFFICIAL SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE(S) that shows that, use of any sugar substitute is harmful but Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics sets its position and therefore provided the Acceptable daily Amounts!
    Thus I am posting this link … which is the official site of ACADEMY OF NUTRITION , so that everyone can be informed! … cause TBH internet are giving us a lot of information that can mislead the mass, … also I am posting a link from Mayo clinic

    http://www.eatright.org/resource/food/nutrition/dietary-guidelines-and-myplate/sugar-substitutes-how-much-is-too-much
    http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/artificial-sweeteners/art-20046936

    Thank you!

  2. I really like this recipe thanks. I have made these and added so unsweetened coconut to the mixture but they come out really crumbly? Should I add another egg to make it bind more?

  3. I bought this (>>https://plus.google.com/101214454170638138484/posts/fHY9t3XSfi5 ) to help with my efforts to lower my blood sugar and combined with eliminating sugar and carbs from my diet, my occasional morning testing has dropped 17 points. Please note I am NOT a diabetic and I don't want to mislead – this is just how I feel it worked for me – I watch my sugar just for good health. It was a little high because of bad diet so now I will continue to order this stuff as a backup. I noticed it worked faster when I took 2 in the morning instead of one.

  4. Splenda is worse for you than regular sugar :/ it tricks your body's chemistry and just makes you want to eat more. I know not everyone sees it as a problem but I think you should research its harmful effects before you decide to use it.

  5. If you wish to lower your blood sugar and get rid of diabetes, avoid the expensive treatments, the fear of awful side effects, life-threatening complications as well as other treatments because they won't help you solve the root reason for your trouble.

  6. IS IT OK TO HALF  THIS RECIPE ? THESE COOKIES SOUND GOOD..I DON'T USE SPLENDA ANYMORE..SWITCHED TO STEVIA..I USE IT VERY SPARINGLY. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING THIS RECIPE.GOD BLESS YOU.

  7. It should be "No sugar added".  Peanut butter of any form, even the most natural has sugars. That being said, the good fats and the oatmeal will handle any sugar spikes so, I approve. 

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