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Diabetic Dessert Recipes

"We just love this heavenly dessert. And it comes with fruit. Not only that, each serving is only 140 calories! Surely, we can indulge once in a while."





Diabetic dessert recipes are available for all. Those with diabetes can eat a wide variety of desserts and candies. They should have the right ingredients though. Use the lowfat, light cream, skim milk, sugar-free puddings and such. Don't make the mistake of thinking they aren't tasty for they are.

You will have fun eating these nutritious sweets that we will showcase in the following pages. Not only are they healthy but they taste great! The ones made with fruits are above all good and sherbets and other frozen ones prepared with lowfat yogurt are also appropriate.

Use a variety of exotic fruits that are now available in the market. You can incorporate these in the preparation of diabetic dessert recipes. You will enjoy them, I guarantee you. Vary the combinations and you will never get tired of them.

Here's the first and it is a fruity flavorful sweet. It has bananas and not too many recipes have these as one of the ingredients. This will certainly be a taste-pleaser. And to think you don't even have to bake it. Still another good thing about this is that bananas have a low glycemic index.

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Banana Cream Chocolate Pudding
9 servings

Ingredients:

  • 14 chocolate wafers (the reduced fat variety)
  • 1 box of Jello sugar-free banana cream pudding
  • 1 1/2 cups of skim milk
  • 1 medium-sized sliced banana
  • 8 oz cream cheese (the fat-free variety)
  • 1/4 cup of sweet and low sweetener
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 box Jello sugar-free chocolate pudding
  • 2 cups skim milk

Procedure:

  • 1. Spread the chocolate wafers on the bottom of 8-inch baking dish.
  • 2. Follow the directions on the box of Jello to prepare the banana cream pudding.
  • 3. Stir in the sliced bananas and pour the mixture over the chocolate wafers.
  • 4. Blend the cream cheese, vanilla and the sweet and low sweetener and beat until smooth and creamy.
  • 5. Pour the cream cheese mixture over the banana cream layer.
  • 6. Follow the directions on the package to prepare the chocolate pudding.
  • 7. Stir this once in a while for about 15 minutes or until it cools.
  • 8. Pour the chocolate pudding over the cream cheese layer. Chill and enjoy.

One Serving Analysis
Calories140
Protein12.9 g
Carbohydrate19.9 g
Fat7.2 g
Glycemic IndexLow

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Speaking of recipes, I ran into this Diabetic Cooking Guide that is only $6.58. Here's what the author said, "Don't ever give up the foods you love. Learn amazing diabetic-friendly recipes that will change your life forever. It has for many others. Living with diabetes just got a whole lot better." Check it out here: Click Here!

Here's The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook that has more than 200 healthy recipes from homestyle favorites to restaurant classics. You might want to try some of them. Just because you're diabetic does not mean you can't enjoy preparing and eating delicious and healthy meals for you and your family. The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 200 Healthy Recipes from Homestyle Favorites to Restaurant Classics



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Newsalert: You Can Have Your Cake and Eat it Too!

There is a new study in London that says increased daily sucrose consumption with carrot cake did not show any bad effect on the diabetics' blood glucose who retained a steady body weight. So there is a revised approach on the diabetes diet. There is some flexibility on increased sugar intake.

They say that adding sugar could help lower fat intake. This is of course good for the people's general health. The findings of this research are also agreeable with the 2007 dietary guidelines of the American Diabetes Association.

ADA says that sugar does not have a greater bad effect on blood glucose level than the same amount of starch. It can therefore be regarded the same way as the other carbohydrate foods. It can be a replacement for other carbohydrate foods but of course monitored so diabetes medication, if needed can be used correctly.

That said here's quite a few books on diabetes with recipes that you may want to try. Click here for diabetes books, mostly on recipes.




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