Who doesn’t like a good dessert to round off their delicious dinner? Unfortunately, people with diabetes often give up desserts to preserve their blood sugar and ensure they do not go into diabetic shock.
Luckily for them, we have put together this list of the 8 best desserts for diabetics that will not send insulin levels to the roof so that you can enjoy them without worry. The best part is that this list’s entries are delicious!
1. Berry Parfaits
A creamy berry parfait will be a great dessert after a hearty dinner or breakfast. You can put one of these together using granola, greek yogurt, strawberries, and blueberries.
The nice bonus is the refrigerator life for this dessert is long, so you can prepare it the day before and enjoy it anytime after that.
2. Pumpkin Pancakes
Although pancakes are not necessarily considered desserts, the entry on this list has a succulent taste that gives them an edge over regular pancakes, on top of being low carb. Bring together whole wheat flour, delicious buttermilk, and canned pumpkin, and these hot cakes will be the day’s talk.
You can even top it with greek yogurt and low-sugar syrup to give it that extra something.
3. Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake
Normally, most people with diabetes would stay far away from cheesecake, but this entry has minimal blood sugar-raising ingredients. You only need to substitute the regular sugar with an alternative and add fat-free cream cheese.
Don’t be afraid to add a cup or two of raspberries because it only has about 30 grams of carbs, half of which is dietary fiber.
4. Frozen Berry Yogurt Pops
These popsicle-style treats will be a tasty addition to your children for a quick snack or a little reward after they eat their vegetables. They are so tasty that people without diabetes would give them a second look and try them as a regular dessert.
Plus, they’re easy to make since you only need yogurt, popsicle sticks, water, and berries. It is a simple recipe you can