Poached Pears

LOW Fat 0.1g

LOW Saturated Fat 0.0g

MED Sugars 7.2g

LOW Salt 0.0g

per 100g


MED Fat 6.1g

LOW Saturated Fat 1.0g

LOW Sugars 1.7g

LOW Salt 0.1g

per 100g

Warming Broth

LOW Fat 2.5g

LOW Saturated Fat 0.6g

LOW Sugars 2.6g

MED Salt 0.3g

per 100g

Roasted Veg

MED Fat 5.4g

LOW Saturated Fat 0.8g

LOW Sugars 4.3g

LOW Salt 0.0g

per 100g

Baked Rhubarb (Ultimate Diabetes Cookbook)

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  • Serves: 2
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Ready in: 15 mins
  • Difficulty: Very Easy
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Baked Rhubarb (Ultimate Diabetes Cookbook)

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Some foods naturally complement each other in flavour, but also when eaten in combination, can interact to make them more effective. A spoonful of yogurt with this rhubarb for breakfast is a delightfully nutritious way to start the day.


Nutritional Information

  Low Low Low Low
  LOW fat LOW sat fat LOW sugars LOW salt

per 100g







  • 250g rhubarb, trimmed and sliced into 2cm pieces
  • juice of 1 orange (about 50ml)
  • 1 tablespoon low-fat natural yogurt, per person

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  • Preheat the oven to 200°C/gas mark 6.
  • Tear off a sheet of thick foil, pile the rhubarb pieces in the centre and pull up the sides of the foil around the rhubarb to make an open parcel. Pour over the orange juice, then fold over the foil and close to make a loose parcel.
  • Place the foil parcel on a baking tray and bake for about 15 minutes until the rhubarb is soft.
  • Remove from the oven and cool slightly, then mash or blend the rhubarb to a purée, or leave it in chunks and serve with the juices, as you prefer.
  • Serve warm or cold with a spoonful of natural yogurt, or on top of a bowl of porridge.


ENERGY 18kcals
FAT 0.1g
SALT 0.0g


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