Chocolate flavored syrup - diet
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Chocolate flavored syrup - diet
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:54:31 AM. Recipe ID 16421. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chocolate flavored syrup - diet
 Categories: Sauces, Beverages, Chocolate, Diabetic
      Yield: 20 Servings
 
    1/2 c  Firmly packed cocoa powder
  1 1/4 c  Cold water
    1/4 ts Salt
           Sugar substitute equal to
           -1/2 cup sugar **
  2 1/2 ts Pure vanilla extract
    1/4 ts Chocolate extract - Optional
           PERSONAL NOTES from Ursula
           -Taylor - original recipe
           -did not call for chocolate
           -extract but I find that it
           -does help the flavor.
           **Also found that substitute
           -to equal 1/2 cup sugar was
           -not quite sweet enough for
           -me - so adjust to your own
           -taste...
 
    Mix cocoa, water and salt in a heavy saucepan until smooth. Bring
  to a boil, and simmer gently, stirring constantly for 3 minutes.
  Remove from heat; let cool 10 minutes. Add sweetner and vanilla and
  mix well. Pour into a jar, cover, and store in refrigerator. Stir in
  jar before measuring to use.  Yield:  20 servings - 1 1/4 cups. 1
  serving = 1 tbsp.
    Nutritive values per serving:  CHO 2 g, PRO 1 g, FAT 0 g, Fiber 0.1
  g, Sodium 25 mg, chol 0 mg.
    Food exchanges per serving:  Up to 2 tbsp. may be considered
  "Free". If 1/4 cup is used - count as 1 Vegetable Exchange or 1/2
  Fruit Exchange.
    Low sodium diets:  Omit Salt from recipe. VARIATIONS: CHOCOLATE
  MILK - 1 cup skim milk and 1 to 2 tbsp. syrup.
    Combine ingredients in a tall, cold glass and stir vigorously to mix
  well.  Yield:  1 serving of 8 oz.
    Nutritive values per serving:  CHO 13 g, PRO 9 g, FAT 1 g, CAL 97,
  Fiber 0.1 g, Sodium 151 mg, Chol 4 mg.
    Food Exchanges per serving - using 1 tbsp. syrup - 1 Skim Milk
  Exchange.
    Low sodium diets:  Omit salt from syrup recipe. HOT MILK CHOCOLATE -
  ingredients same as for chocolate milk.
    Heat milk and syrup together in top of couble boiler over simmering
  water, stirring frequently until very hot. Serve immediately to a
  warmed mug or cup.
    Serving size, nutritive value, exchange value and for low-sodium
  diets are the same as for chocolate milk. MOCHA MILK DRINK - 1 tbsp.
  Syrup, 1 tsp. instant coffee powder and 1 cup (8 oz.) skim milk.
    Measure syrup into a tall glass, add instant coffee powder, and
  pour milk on top slowly, stirring vogorously to blend well. If you
  have a blender, measure ingredients into blender, cover, and mix at
  low speed for about 30 seconds.  Yield:  1 serving of 8 oz.
    Nutritive values per serving:  CHO 14 g, PRO 9 g, FAT 1 g, CAL 100,
  fiber 1.1 g, sodium 152 mg, chol 4 mg.
    Food Exchange per serving:  1 Skim Milk Exchange.
    Low sodium diets:  Omit salt from syrup recipe. DOUBLE CHOCOLATE
  SODA - 2 to 3 ice cubes, cracked into small pcs., 2 tbsp. chocolate
  syrup, 6 to 8 oz. chilled club soda.
    Place ice cubes in a tall beverage glass.  Measure chocolate syrup
  on top of ice.  Add club soda slowly; stir vogorously with a
  long-handled beverage spoon to blend. Serve at once. Yield: 1 serving
  of 8 to 10 oz.
    Some call this drink a chocolate phosphate.
    Nutritive values per serving:  CHO 3 g, PRO 1 g, FAT 1 g, CAL 22,
  fiber 0.2 g, sodium 109 mg, chol 0 mg.
    Food Exchange per serving:  One serving may be considered "FREE".
    Low-sodium diets - omit salt from syrup recipe. These recipes are
  from a cookbook called "THE ART OF COOKING FOR THE DIABETIC" -
  revised edition by Mary Abbott Hess, R. D., M. S., and Katharine
  Middleton.
 




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Recipe ID 16421 (Apr 03, 2005)

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