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Old Sun, Apr-06-14, 22:24
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Does anyone know where this girl can buy Sind sugar free pudding? I find fat free, but no sugar free. Thanks in advance.
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Old Mon, Apr-07-14, 07:52
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No answer? I'd like to be able to order some....can't find it on any groceries web site.
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Old Mon, Apr-07-14, 10:03
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I don't know of any pudding being sugar free, sorry.
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Old Mon, Apr-07-14, 10:04
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I'd avoid it. Usually it is full of carbs in the form of cornstarch. Make your own sugar free pudding. Should be recipes in the Sweet Treats section here.
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Old Mon, Apr-07-14, 16:10
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Arrowroot is about as starchy as cornstarch: 28g per 1/4 cup.
http://www.bobsredmill.com/arrowroot-starch.html
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Old Mon, Apr-07-14, 21:14
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Thanks anyway everyone. Guess it just not meant to be .
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Old Tue, Apr-08-14, 10:44
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I was given a recipe that we really like. Not sure of the carb count - according to the Calorie Count website, it has 26g carbs & 1.3g fiber per serving. Which doesn't look right to me. I haven't tried to figure it out myself yet. But it doesn't make my BG spike - much. YMMV.

Rich Chocolate Low Carb Pudding
makes about 4 1/2-cup servings

1 envelope unflavored gelatine
1/4 cup cold water
2 tablespoons butter
3/4 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup Splenda (12 packets)
3 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Sprinkle the gelatin over the water and let sit for a few minutes then microwave for about 40 seconds on high; stir in butter and let sit for another 2 minutes. In a bowl combine the cream, Splenda, cocoa, and vanilla and beat until smooth. Add the gelatin and butter mixture while still mixing on high; continue to blend until completely smooth. Spoon into individual dessert dishes or a serving bowl and chill until set.
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Old Thu, Nov-06-14, 08:33
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try and wean yourself off puddings, ice creams and such. low carb versions aren't that low and they never taste great. i think the more we can get away from sweets (artificial or not), the better. you'll stop craving sweets as much and it will make life easier in the long run.

I know... easier said than done!
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Old Tue, Mar-31-15, 16:12
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Does anyone know where this girl can buy Sind sugar free pudding? I find fat free, but no sugar free. Thanks in advance.

JELL-O has a so called fat free version that is made with aspartame instead of sugar. Using a full fat milk or a combination of 1 cup milk and one cup cream, fat content of your choice will result in a very rich no sugar pudding.
I used to make this often when I was just on low carbs. Now that I am on a keto WOE and consuming <20 carbs, I don't use it anymore. However, I do use JELL-O sugar free gelatin with 1 cup water and 1 cup cream cheese.
Tonight, I'm having unflavoured gelatin with cream cheese, cocoa, vanilla and splenda.
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