Tag: Diabetic

This is a recipe that put me off when I first saw it until I decided to give it a try!

Unfortunately all the recipes I found on the internet basically ALL use the SAME recipe as if it’s the perfect ratio… but when I tried it out, I actually needed to adapt it a bit…
So this is my adapted version of this special chocolate mousse.

But I have to say, even though it isn’t as airy as the normal chocolate mousse, it’s certainly very yummy!
It tastes like a dense chocolate mousse that you can either enjoy on its own or with some fruits.


1 ripe avocado
5 sachets of sweetener
1/4 cup soy milk (or any type or milk)
1/3 cup cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
a pinch of salt


  1. Mash the avocado in a bowel
  2. Mix everything together
  3. Place the mixture in the blender and blend it well
  4. Serve with fruits

Hope you enjoy it!

Xoxo Love Tam

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This is one of my favourite dessert recipes. It’s easy to make; it’s creamy, sweet, comforting, and guilt free!

This recipe is also diabetic friendly. 🙂



500 ml Milk  (Can use low-fat or skim milk for lower calories)

1/2 tea spoon Vanilla extract

2 Whole eggs

2 Egg yolk

2 table spoons Sweetener

1/2 tea spoon Flour


  1. Pre-heat the oven at 160 degree Celsius.
  2. Heat the milk and vanilla in a saucepan over medium-high heat until almost boiling.
  3. Lightly whisk together the whole eggs, egg yolks, sugar, and flour in a bowl.
  4. Slowly pour the hot milk over the egg mixture, whisking constantly. (make sure you don’t cook the eggs)
  5. Strain the mixture into a pitcher, then divide among eight ramekin dishes that have been coated with cooking spray.
  6. Set the ramekins in a shallow roasting pan and pour enough hot water into the pan to come halfway up the sides of the ramekins.
  7. Bake at 160 degree Celsius for 30 minutes or until the custards are lightly set.
  8. Lift the custards out of the pan of hot water and place on a wire rack to cool.
  9. Place the custard in the fridge once cooled down.
  10. Can put some cinnamon and/or berries before served.
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This recipe is adapted to be suitable for Diabetes 🙂



7-8 chicken wings

1 table spoon of oil

5 table spoons of soy sauce*  (cheaper to buy it in a Chinese super market)

1 table spoon of rice wine (optional)

1 tea spoon of sugar

1 tin (330ml) of Coke Light or Coke Zero

1 table spoon of flour

10 cloves of garlic

6 slices of ginger

1 bunch of spring onions

1 chilli pepper

*Can substitute for low sodium for high blood pressure problems


  1. Boil the chicken wings until half cooked
  2. In a pan, heat the oil, add garlic, ginger.
  3. Add chicken wings, cook until the skin turns light brown
  4. Add sugar, soy sauce, rice wine, spring onions and chilli
  5. Stir well
  6. Add Coke Light
  7. Simmer for 15 mins, add the flour
  8. Turn the heat up and cook until the sauce thickens
  9. Add some sesame seeds if wish 🙂


Enjoy 🙂


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