5 Diabetic Dessert Recipes To Safely Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
Desserts can be tricky if you live with diabetes. However, it is a myth that people with diabetes cannot eat swoon-worthy desserts. Nothing is really off limits. You only need to watch your carbs and sugar, but you can still your desserts in moderation and as long as you plan for it.
Here are 5 diabetic dessert recipes that can satisfy your sweet tooth, safely:
1. Five-Ingredient Choco Chip Cookies
Longing for homemade choco chips in an instant? Well, not only are these bite-sized treats light on sugar, but they are also gluten-free and should be ready in just 25 minutes. Nut butter does double duty by replacing both regular butter and flour with these five-ingredient, one-bite heavenly cookie chip dessert.
2. Mocha Ricotta Tiramisu
This delectable version of the popular Italian dessert uses creamy and light mixture of yogurt and sweetened ricotta cheese instead of layering the ladyfingers with whipped high in fat mascarpone cheese. For the finishing touch, a sprinkle of grated dark chocolate for a guilt-free dessert you will love!
3. Greek Yogurt Chocolate Fudge Pops
Yogurt and chocolate come together for this healthified Fudgisicle you will surely can’t get enough of! Rather than sprinkling semi-sweet choco chips as called for the recipe, a 100 percent cacao baking choco or sugar-free chocolate should be used to minimize those carbs. Then go with plain yogurt or sugar-free yogurt plus unsweetened almond milk so you can reduce its overall carb and sugar count.
4. Choco Keto Fat Bombs
Craving for a chocolatey treat without too many carbs and sugar? Well, no look further than this Keto Fat Bombs that contains 5 sources f healthy fat and only contains 4 grams of net carbs in every bomb.
5. Neapolitan Horchata
A lighter and diabetic-friendly version of milkshake, this totally slurpable dairy-free dessert mixes rice milk with a bit of agave nectar and a dash of cinnamon. You can add chocolate or strawberries for a tasty variation.
Diabetic Desserts: Healthy & Delicious Recipes by Partha Nandi MD
Finding healthy (and satisfyingly delicious) desserts can be a tough one. It’s hard to make sure that the recipe you are looking at is indeed diabetic-friendly. So, t make it easier for you, check out this book written by an expert.
This 65 pages diabetic recipe book is loaded with familiar favorites and delicious recipe you might not have heard of so you can make healthy and diabetic-safe choices and treat yourself at the same time. The book includes recipes for:
- Gelatins and Puddings
- Cookies and Baked Goods
- Sherbet and Ice Cream
- Pies, Shakes and More
Dessert does not have to be a bad word for diabetic people. So long as you steer clear of treats and desserts with high carb and sugar content, desserts may be a part of your healthy eating regimen.