Dessert for Diabetics - How To Make Good Low Carb Desserts

If you are diabetic, you may think that dessert is out of the question. But desert for diabetics exist. As you know, diabetics must limit their intake of sweet, but that does not mean you have to eliminate all sugar. You just need to make sure that you only eat sweet foods in moderation.

Eating high carbohydrate foods such as dessert should be done in the same meal protein and fiber to help balance your blood sugar. You also need to have just a small portion of sugar laden foods. Make sure that you limit the number of servings of dessert available if you are prone to eating too much sugar.


Excellent desserts can be made from fruit. Basing your dessert recipes on fresh fruits is an excellent way to create a lower carbohydrate dessert that is still delicious in addition to being more nutritious than most other desserts available. Fruits are naturally sweet and the fiber in fruit helps to keep your blood sugar stable. Berries such as strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries are delicious when topped with some low sugar whipped topping.

A substitute for pie can be some cooked fruit with a crumb topping. An excellent low-carb crumb topping can be made from crushed nuts. If you want more of a pastry feel, you can use low-carb Graham crackers. A high-fiber cereal can also be a good substitute for a crumb topping.

A smoothie is a great substitute for ice cream when it is made from whole fruit and ice cubes. Any fruit you like will work in a smoothie. You can also add milk for a better ice cream like feel. You can even sneak some vegetables into your smoothie by adding a carrot or even a few spinach leaves. You may want a high powered blender so that everything is as smooth as possible, but I can assure you from personal experience that a fruit and vegetable smoothie with plenty of ice is just as good as ice cream and much better for you.

An idea if you are diabetic and love chocolate, is to combine a small amount of sugar with cocoa powder and mix it with a banana for a substitute for chocolate pudding or chocolate mousse. The banana is more nutritious than any pudding you'll find, and also has fiber.

Dessert diabetics can be a challenge, but with some creativity you can adapt many regular desserts into diabetic friendly versions and be just as happy with the results.

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Dessert for Diabetics - How To Make Good Low Carb Desserts

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