Examples of ingredients that are high-fat and/or high-calorie are ice cream, whole or 2 percent milk, peanut butter, pudding made with whole or 2 percent milk, nutrition drinks (like Boost and Sustacal), maple syrup, and pie filling.
If you don’t want to gain weight, you can make substitutions.
For other hot liquids (soups, sauces, and gravies), potato flakes, mashed potatoes, and flaked baby cereal are most useful.
Baby rice cereal has a neutral flavor and does not affect the taste of the final product.
To reduce calories and fat, try using light versions of these foods and 1 percent or fat-free milk. Some of these recipes are made with sugary ingredients that may not be advised for patients with diabetes. If there is no substitution available, use the product sparingly (2 to 3 times per week), and always drink it with a meal or a small, high-protein snack (like peanut butter and crackers, meat, nuts, or legumes).
If foods that contain sugar are eaten alone, your blood glucose (sugar) may rise too high, too quickly.
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