I'm not sure about this one, so I'd love to see some responses and get some varied opinions.
Background: Every fall we throw a big party and invite everyone we know. It's open house, so guests are coming and going all day. We usually have around 150-200 people attend. Even though it's not a potluck, many people bring food, which means we could have 20 or 30 desserts and treats at the party in addition to the various dips and side dishes that guests bring.
As you can imagine, this is a huge temptation for someone on a restricted diet. My husband is a diabetic, and he, my daughter, and I are all on a carb-restricted diet. So is one of our guests, a friend of my daughters' who is also diabetic. I make a really good low carb, sugar free cheesecake that I am thinking of making for the party so that those of us with restrictions can enjoy ourselves. Unfortunately, it really is a good cheesecake and most of my friends have had it before and love it. I am going to make a regular cheesecake, too, but I want a way to make sure the sugar free stuff gets to the people who need it. Does that make sense?
Unfortunately, I can't think of a polite way to do this. Knowing me, I'm probably over thinking it. How rude would it be to put the sugar free cheesecake in the fridge and only serve it to certain people? Probably pretty rude, but I'd like some input.