Ice Cubes 6 Lime Slice Twists 6 Mint Sprigs Mix first three ingredents together and refrigerate untill chilled and you are ready to serve. You may freeze it in ice cube trays and use in place of the Ice Cubes when serving as well, Or as a "Popsicle" Limeade ice cubes may be "processed" in an ice crusher, blender or food processor to make a Lime Slush as well. To serve, either make a slush as described above or serve over ice. Optional garnash of Lime slice and/or mint sprigs. Makes 6 servings of about 8 ounces each Nutritional Information Serving size 8 oz Calories ------------ 45 Saturated Fat --------- 0g Protein ~----------- <1g Cholesterol --------- 0g Carbohydrates ~------ 12g Fiber --------- Trace Total Fat ------- 0g Sodium --------- 5mg Diabetic Food Exchange 1 fruit From: John Davis Reformatted 4 you and yours via Nancy OBrion and her Meal-Master File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/diabetic.zip
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|Recipe Makes: 6 Sweet ones|
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