Desserts for People with Diabetes
Desserts for People with Diabetes
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If you have to be on a diabetes-friendly diet, the biggest challenge is probably to find a suitable dessert to brighten your day with something sweet. There are so many tempting things for your sweet tooth out there that controlling your sugar craving can get really tough at times. You know the price for going overboard with carbs, but it doesn’t mean that desserts have to be completely off limits if you have diabetes.
Actually, there are plenty of great diabetes-friendly choices that are not inferior to sugar-laden culinary creations. If you smartly choose the right ingredients, you can enjoy a virtually unlimited selection of delicious desserts, including chocolates, cookies, cakes, ice cream, jelly, pies, cheesecakes, brownies, pancakes, and much more!
See for yourself! – Here we present to you our 20 favorite diabetes-friendly dessert recipes that you can easily make at home. We are sure that they will inspire your creativity and you will treat yourself as well as your family and friends to many more diabetes-friendly sweet creations!
Fruit Ice Cream
Healthy sweet treats are real! As a proof, here is a delicious diabetic-friendly fruit ice cream recipe for everyone to enjoy!
Diet Chocolate Candies
Quick and easy recipe for diabetic-friendly chocolate candies. The treat for everyone to enjoy!
Milk Pomegranate Jelly
Light dessert without sugar is perfectly diabetic-friendly. The tender milky layer with a neutral taste goes perfectly well together with the sweet and sour pomegranate layer.
Cheesecake with Pear
If you want to have a diabetic-friendly dessert that you will very much enjoy – cheesecakes are one of the best choices for you! Try to make this cheesecake with pear – you will enjoy it and your family and guests will be grateful!
A new approach to the good-old grapefruit turns an ordinary fruit into a delicious and diabetic-friendly dessert!
Brownies with Walnuts
These is a diabetic-friendly recipe for classic walnut brownies that are quick and easy to make and deliciously dense in texture and rich in flavor.
Baked Apples with Cream Cheese and Nuts
This diabetic-friendly dessert is delicious and so filling, it can serve as a breakfast!
Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies
These delicious and easy to make diabetes-friendly mint chocolate chip cookies can become your and your family’s favorite treat!
This is a very light and beloved by many dessert. In this diabetic-friendly recipe, we are going to use a natural sugar alternative, such as Stevia.
Coconut Flour Pancakes
Love pancakes? – Because coconut flour has a low glycemic index, these pancakes are very diabetic-friendly, without any compromise on taste.
Whole Baked Pumpkin Stuffed with Apples and Honey
A delicious, diabetic-friendly dish that can garnish your dessert table. A wonderful healthy treat for your family and guests!
Sugar-free Cottage Cheese Casserole
This cottage cheese casserole has no sugar or flour, which makes this delicious recipe very diabetic-friendly.
Frozen Apple Juice with Berries
This diabetic-friendly dessert is a good substitute for ice cream. It’s easy to make to your taste – choose the berries you love and follow the recipe!
Chocolate Cookies with Pistachios
You just can’t lose with these diabetic-friendly chocolate cookies with pistachios! Just make sure to make enough, because your family and guests will be asking for more.
Almond Cake with Almond Flour
This diabetic-friendly almond cake made from almond flour is very delicious and has no disadvantages that wheat flour brings to the table. We believe you will enjoy its tender taste and light texture. But keep in mind, it’s recommended not to have more than 1 portion of the cake a day.
This recipe is for a fresh and very filling diabetic-friendly blueberry shake. Besides being delicious, this drink is quick and easy to prepare and it is also very useful for digestion. Blueberries contain many vitamins that help lower blood sugar, improve metabolism, and also help improve vision, as it improves blood supply to the retina.
This is a great recipe for not only tasty, but also healthy and diabetic-friendly sweet treats!