If I could eat just one thing on the "forbidden" list, it would be . . .

Hot Tamales!!! Lot's and lot's of Hot Tamales!!! Why won't they make a sugar-free version?!?!?! Red Hots are pretty much way up there on my list too!
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We are going to have to plan a national meet-up where we split a giant cinnabon.
And a giant carton of MILK!!!!!
maybe cinnabon will sponsor it. get an airport, we can all fly in crave up the cinnabon and pass out en mass. We can have extra insulin and double frosting. YUM YUM

Rick

Cinna-Meet-N-Greet 2009 at Indianapolis International airport.

Oh man I love it
I'm in
i'm so there....i can literally smell the frosting!
How about LuLu's Bakery in San Antonio for their giant cinnamon roll!
Oh I used to love Hot Tamales. They are so addictive. I wonder if I could use those for treating a hypo, hmm.

Oh I don't know what I would choose to eat . . . deep dish pizza maybe. Or Nutella.
Yes! I have, except I always tend to over-do and sky rocket afterwards :-(
Yep, that would happen to me too I'm sure. Once you start eating them . . . cannot stop.
I have Hot Tomales in my purse as we speak! I bought a bag of snack sized boxes at Halloween to carry with me to treat lows. One little box is about 13 g's of carbs!

I agree on the pizza....really deep, soft crust with lots of cheese!
Or homemade chocolate chip cookies with lots and lots of MILK!
Rice. I guess it's the most basic & common food group for Asians, like bread for Americans except there are no low carb rice substitutes so I have eliminated it completely from my diet. I miss it =(
Substitutes are always that: not the real thing. But have you tried spaghetti squash, cooked and cut into little bits, or extruded tofu "noodles"?

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