Top 5 Desserts For Diabetics

 

 

 

Can a diabetic enjoy eating a dessert? Here’s the most shocking answer: Yes! Suffering from diabetes does not mean that you should completely bid farewell to all sweet dishes. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), a diabetic can have any food in her/his diabetic meal as long as its amount of carbohydrates and calories do not exceed the daily allowance limit. 

This means that you can eat at least a single low-calorie dessert in a day for gratifying your taste buds. In short, the healthy desserts for diabetics should be low in carbohydrates and sugar. So, are you interested in trying some mouth-watering desserts for diabetics? Here are the top 5 ones!

 

Top 5 Desserts For Diabetics

Munch Muffins Made from Blueberry and Whole Grains

How about converting your most beloved muffins into whole-grain blueberry muffins? All you need to do is replace the refined flour with the whole grain flour and sugar with its harmless substitute.

Now, consider adding a cup of blueberries along with a half cup of ground flax seeds and chopped almonds (latter is optional).

Nutritional value: 15 to 30g of carbohydrates, 120 to 180 calories, and 2 to 4g of fiber (as per the size)

Chomp Crumbles Made from Apple and Blueberry

To prepare this recipe, you need two diced apples (unpeeled for more fiber content), 1.5 cups of blueberries, two cups of big oat flakes, 1/4th cup low-fat butter, and sugar substitute. Now, you are ready to prepare 12 crumbles.

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Start by mixing the apples with blueberries and putting them at the foot of each section of the muffin pan. Now, take a bowl and mix oat flakes, sugar substitute, and butter after which you need to spread it over the fruits. Finally, bake the dish for 20 minutes in the oven.

Nutritional value per crumble: 13g of carbohydrates, 100 calories, and 2g of fiber

Savor Chocolate Fruit Kebabs

Yes, you heard it right! It is fruit kebabs! For this dessert, you need only three fruits and dark chocolate. Although you can include fruits of your choice, the best taste is offered by the serving that possesses a combination of three grapes, three strawberries, and an unpeeled apple (quarter). Que dia se celebra hoy

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Take a bowl, add 40g of dark chocolate to it, and melt it in the microwave. Now, place the fruits on a wooden skewer and serve it with the melted chocolate. You can now dip the fruits in the melted chocolate and enjoy its great taste.

Nutritional value per serving: 23.3g of carbohydrates, 256 calories, and 7.7g of fiber

Relish the China Grass Pudding

To prepare this pudding, take two tablespoons of china grass and cut it into small pieces. Then, marinate it in water (nearly 1.5 cups) for up to five minutes and heat the mixture until it melts totally with no grains left behind. Then, filter and keep the mixture aside.

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Now, heat one cup of skimmed milk mixed with two tablespoons of skimmed milk powder in the same pan until the mixture becomes lukewarm. Next, add it to the china grass mixture to which you now need to add few vanilla essence drops, three tablespoons of sucralose, half cup of finely chopped pineapple, and half cup of finely chopped cherries. Finally, put the entire mixture into a mould so that you can cool it in the refrigerator. The dessert is now ready for three people. However, you can garnish it with one tablespoon of crushed almonds as well.

Nutritive value per serving: 8.3g of carbohydrates, 4g of proteins, and 0.6g of fats

Enjoy Fruit Parfait with Yogurt

To prepare this recipe, take a tall glass wherein you will mix all ingredients. However, first take a bowl and mix half cup of low-fat yogurt, one tablespoon of dried shredded coconut (unsweetened), and sugar substitute (optional).

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Now, in the glass, add three tablespoons of raspberries, half of the yogurt mixture, another three tablespoons of raspberries, and the remaining yogurt mixture. Finally, make one more layer of raspberries in the glass. That’s it!

Nutritional value: 15.7g of carbohydrates, 191 calories, and 6g of fiber

Top 5 Desserts For Diabetics

Top 5 Desserts For Diabetics

Can a diabetic enjoy eating a dessert? Here’s the most shocking answer: Yes! Suffering from diabetes does not mean that you should completely bid farewell to

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Top 5 Desserts For Diabetics
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