I have been recently asked by my sister not to have sweets around the house when she is here. My sister stays with me due to she travels and works in the city I’m at, otherwise, she will have to travel 100 miles each day. So she stays with me for a few days during the week.
My sister who is not a diabetic, but who is dieting. I am the one who is the type 1 diabetic.
I have been cooking foods that I find intersting from like dlife, diabetic cooking, along with other diabetic cooking resources. I have also have found that instead of going to the grocery store / or the local gas station to rampage the candy isle. I have found making deserts.
With this is where the issue comes into play. I have made angel food cake and it can sit on the counter for about 2 -3 days in the glass cake display when I’m only the one here. When my sister comes, I’m luck the angel food cake will last a shelf life of 4 hours.
(Keep in mind, both of us works nites)
I know my sister has a bad sweet tooth, due to I have had candy in my bag I take to work, or chips, and I’m sorry, but she sniffs them down like a blood hound dog.
I have been asked by my sister not to have sweets in the house when she is here. I in return have told her have some self control over the sweets I make.
One night on night off, I had made a frozen yugurt pie that is diabetic safe, was going to share it with people from work. Placed it in the freezer to set it, woke up in mid afternoon and found the whole 12 inch roud pan in the sink. Sorry, but I was pissed.
I had confronted but was told you should have had a note on it. Same thing when I had made 2 “Angel food Cakes” for a pot luck at work. They were savagely eatten.
I’m really not sure what I can or should do. I feel like I’m dealing with a child here at times that is out of control. I would like to have deserts that are for diabetics in the house, but when sister comes to stay, it comes to a dead stop.