Share:

Diabetic Desserts

Looking for diabetic desserts? Find delicious diabetic desserts including cookies, cakes, and more desserts for diabetics.

Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars

Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars

Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars

It took me a long time to develop this quick-and-easy recipe, but I’m so happy with how it turned out. These bars have it all—sugar and spice and a light, creamy-rich pumpkin layer that’s especially nice! —Erin Andrews, Edgewater, Florida

Chocolate Angel Cupcakes with Coconut Cream Frosting

Chocolate Angel Cupcakes with Coconut Cream Frosting

Chocolate Angel Cupcakes with Coconut Cream Frosting

Sweeten any meal with these fun, frosted chocolate cupcakes that take just minutes to make. The finger-licking flavor packs far fewer calories and fat than traditional desserts! —MANDY RIVERS, LEXINGTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

Cherry-Chocolate Coconut Meringues

Cherry-Chocolate Coconut Meringues

Cherry-Chocolate Coconut Meringues

Dried cherries lend sweetness and texture to these easy holiday meringue cookies. They’re simply delicious and very low in fat. They also provide a great light dessert for those family members on a gluten-free diet. —Mary Shivers, Ada, Oklahoma
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT

Banana Souffle

Banana Souffle

Banana Souffle

This pretty, golden-topped puff is so easy to whip up, but looks like you really fussed. Lightly laced with rum, the moist, tender, banana-rich souffle makes that perfect “little something” to wrap up any holiday dinner. —CRYSTAL BRUNS, ILIFF, COLORADO

Citrusy Fruit Kabobs

Citrusy Fruit Kabobs

Citrusy Fruit Kabobs

Fresh, fruity—and lower in sodium and fat—this kabob recipe is a great pick! —Mary Relyea, Canastota, New York

Eggnog Mousse

Eggnog Mousse

Eggnog Mousse

Guests will always find room for this light, fluffy, mouthwatering mousse. It makes an elegant, refreshing finish for heavier meals—and it’s also a great way to use up any extra eggnog in the fridge. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Small Batch Brownies

Small Batch Brownies

Small Batch Brownies

If the dessert just has to be chocolate, these rich fudgy brownies are a perfect solution for your family. And you can pretty them up with a dusting of powdered sugar. —Healthy Cooking Test Kitchen

Picnic Berry Shortcakes

Picnic Berry Shortcakes

Picnic Berry Shortcakes

You can make the berry sauce ahead of time and chill. Then assemble the entire dessert a couple of hours before the picnic or party. —Frieda Bliesner, McAllen, Texas

Almond Crispies

Almond Crispies

Almond Crispies

The triple almonds punch (almond extract, ground almonds and blanched almonds) make the cookies extra tasty, but I sometimes make them with toasted pecans and place a pecan half in the center of each cookie.— Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

Chipotle Crackle Cookies

Chipotle Crackle Cookies

Chipotle Crackle Cookies

I usually bake these special cookies for the holidays, but my family loves them so I bake them for their birthdays. The addition of ground chipotle chili pepper gives these cookies a little zing. The dough may be sticky so I dip my hands in confectioners' sugar for easier handling. —Gloria Bradley, Naperville, Illinois

Mocha Pecan Balls

Mocha Pecan Balls

Mocha Pecan Balls

Dusted in either confectioners’ sugar or cocoa, this 6-ingredient dough rolls up into truffle-like treats—no baking required. —Lorraine Darocha, Mountain City, Tennessee
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT