Sweet tooth? Desserts for Diabetics
'Life is short, eat dessert first"
‘Life is short, eat dessert first”. I don’t know who said that quote but it’s very meaningful to our life. Desserts are the important part of the meal. It’s not only the last touch of the fabulous dinner but it has its importance too. The last course of the meal is served to keep the vibe of the meal linger on everyone’s mind and heart. While each one of us has our own type of favorite sweets, there are many who wish but control their urge. Yes, I am talking about the diabetics. Here are some fabulous Desserts for Diabetics….Read on.
As a food blogger, I understand that how important it is for me to bring out something for each one of you out there. This time at YBhere we decided to bring some tasty Desserts for Diabetics and satisfy their sweet tooth. After all, what’s a life without little sweet! Check out these 5 yummilicious recipes for all our diabetic-friends.
1. SALTED PEANUT CARAMEL CLUSTERS
You won’t feel like you’re eating a diabetic dessert with these caramel clusters. Erythritol used as the sweetener provides enough sugary taste without boosting your blood sugar levels. Peanuts, chocolate, cream and vanilla combine to make these a do-it-yourself.
2. BLUEBERRY BISCUIT COBBLER
Antioxidants, blueberries used as a dessert for almost a century. Here is cobbler flavour with vanilla extract and lemon zest that makes it just right. Plenty of blueberries, the recipe calls for Stevia (a sugar substitute). The recipe gives you the option to use dairy or non-dairy milk depending on your preference.
3. STRAWBERRY MOUSSE CAKE
Decadent strawberry mousse cake will make you drool without being worried about your diabetes. A tested diabetes-friendly recipe with Xylitol (a sugar substitute), strawberries and almonds are used to make this a healthy and tasty dessert. Two layers of full flavour, chocolatey and rich and fruity.
4. GREEN TEA COCONUT MILK ICE CREAM
It’s a big hit in Japan, without discriminating between a diabetic and non-diabetic. Usage of Macha, a traditional Japanese green tea powder makes it good to go. Usage of Erythritol for the sweetness makes it a worry free dessert to consume.
5. RASPBERRY CHEESECAKE BARS
Loaded up with raspberries, a full supply of antioxidants and fibre along with a tart and fruity taste. This recipe will surely take its due credit. You’re advised to use your own granulated sugar substitute, so you’re able to choose one that you’ve already found a winner. The crust used is coconut flour, so it’s grain free and will have more fibre than all-purpose flour has.
Happy healthy desserting!