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Post by polgara on 29th January 2010, 3:01 pm

Right, due to my problems going mad I have to change my diet a bit, if I don`t I will be injecting every day & as I am needlephobic, that really is not a good idea.

So I am desperate for some very low fat, no sugar recipies for snack things any offers please?

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Post by puddies on 8th February 2010, 9:43 pm

Hi Pol
Have oat cake recipe (these are like scottish oatcakes)

OAT CAKES
8oz fine oatmeal
1/2 teaspoon salt
pinch bicarb
1 oz butter
cold water to mix

set oven to 300f or mark2.
Place oatmeal, salt, bicarb in bowl, rub in the butter,add enough water to make a firm dough. Roll out thinly and cut into rounds. Place on greased tray and cook for 1 hour. Place on rack to cool.

My hubby loves these with cheese, he also has them with jam !!!

Hope this helps
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Post by MrsNesbitt on 8th February 2010, 11:46 pm

Great Gill!

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Post by polgara on 8th February 2010, 11:56 pm

Now that does look good, will try it when I have finished the ones I have just made. Similar recipie but the one I have been using has medium oatmeal & some flour.

One bonus I have found is that they work better than the pills that get rid of the fat you eat, or what is commonly known in this house as the sh*t pills. Sorry nanight


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Post by Sparhawk on 9th February 2010, 12:01 am

polgara wrote:Now that does look good, will try it when I have finished the ones I have just made. Similar recipie but the one I have been using has medium oatmeal & some flour.

One bonus I have found is that they work better than the pills that get rid of the fat you eat, or what is commonly known in this house as the sh*t pills. Sorry nanight

T.M.I. mother dear...

& I thought it was the offspring that was supposed to cause the embarassment... (An art I am most proficient in)...

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