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"To get lower carbs, I replaced the cornflakes with chopped mixed nuts (mostly pecans @ 15g carbs/cup). With this change, I figure the total carbs for the recipe is about 180g. It made 60 small, delicious fudge balls - only 3g carbs each! (Also used reg. evap milk)"- finnfras
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Combine evaporated milk and cocoa in saucepan. Cook and beat over low heat until cocoa in dissolved. Add peanut butter, Splenda, salt and vanilla extract. Bring to a boil; reduce heat. Cook for 2 minutes. Remove from heat; add cereal crumbs and work in with wooden spoon. Cool 15 minutes. Divide in half; roll each half into a tube 8 inches long. Roll tubes in finely chopped nuts. Wrap in waxed paper; chill overnight. Cut in 1/4 inch slices.Yield: 64 slices
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DLShaw 1 year agoI tried this recipe. I'm not a big fan of the corn flakes. It came out crumbly. Maybe I did something wrong.
talheure 3 years agoThe catch is to eat ONE piece, but only if you make the changes finnfras suggests! I wonder--is the author diabetic or an expert? Substituting splenda for sugar helps--but milk, cornflakes, etc. have tons of carbs, too, making me think there's some confusion here. But with finnfras's changes, it might fit into someone's plans. It's really important to know the carb count per slice, as too many diabetics (like the rest of the population) have serious problems with portion control. This sounds like a decent choice if you can stick with ONE piece!
carolegeschke 4 years agowhy does it have corn flakes in it, and can you make regular fudge and just use splenda instead of sugar> do you need to add peanut butter>
franklinshay 4 years agoLoved it have a horrible sweet tooth and this helps.Next time I would try a batch with rice krispies.
finnfras 4 years agoTo get lower carbs, I replaced the cornflakes with chopped mixed nuts (mostly pecans @ 15g carbs/cup). With this change, I figure the total carbs for the recipe is about 180g. It made 60 small, delicious fudge balls - only 3g carbs each! (Also used reg. evap milk)
Theolinda 5 years agoI don't make anything that doesn't list the carbohydrates per piece, slice,etc.How are we to know if we are going over our limit for the day??
townsendtom 6 years agoGreat Recipe that uses Splenda
stevemur 8 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
ARJMom 8 years agoFYI: This isn't exactly low carb with 3 cups of corn flakes in it.
Dana 8 years agoGreat Recipe that uses Splenda [I posted this recipe.]