The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

April 2, 2013

Let’s talk some more about cooking food for the diabetic

Table Talk

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RICHMOND —

Directions:

Toppings of your choice: sliced bananas, raisins, chopped nuts, etc

Mix together all the ingredients except the toppings.

Turn on low for 8-10 hours. I do this before I go to bed at night and by the morning I have breakfast ready.

I also have made this cutting up an apple when I cook it.

In the morning stir the oats and it should be very creamy. Mix in your toppings prior to serving. Enjoy!

If you are dealing with diabetes and need professional help, contact the Madison County Health Department and ask about their diabetic classes. The classes will benefit anyone with the disease as well as family members by teaching how to control it day to day.

Arritta Morris is a graduate of EKU with a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and a master’s degree in counseling. She is certified as a Food Service Specialist by the School Nutrition Association.

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