Even if you're on a diabetic diet, you don't have to skip dessert. These healthy recipes make smart use of sugar substitutes and the natural sweetness of fruit, so you can create healthy, delicious desserts if you have diabetic restrictions or not.
Rice Pudding is a warm and comforting way to wake up your breakfast routine. Simply prepare this recipe before bed, turn on your slow cooker and your morning meal will be ready when you wake up.
Mascarpone cheese is a rich, buttery cheese with double or triple the cream. Just a little goes a long way to boost the flavor of these elegant figs.
The longer this tiramisu chills, the more the coffee flavor infuses into the ladyfingers. Try this dessert recipe the next time you need a make-ahead option!
Almond milk, almond extract and slivered nuts offer a triple-play of nutty flavor in this light homemade ice cream.
Quinoa, oats and walnuts combine with brown sugar and cinnamon to form the streusel topping on this tasty pear dessert. Watching your sodium? Omit the blue cheese.
Roasting the plums concentrates their flavor and allows the spices to penetrate the fruit. If you prefer, omit the sour cream topper and serve with vanilla frozen yogurt.
Pomegranate juice, low-fat yogurt, and light dessert topping help keep this nutty home-style dessert recipe diabetic friendly.
Enjoy this fruit and cream cheese filling with cake, or try it with a mini whole grain bagel.
Unsweetened applesauce, fat-free milk, egg product, and oatmeal transform traditional custard into a yummy good-for-you treat.
You're on a roll! Take the red velvet trend to the next level with this slimmed-down spiral cake. One slice has less than 150 calories!
For depth of flavor and a hint of saltiness, blend ground hazelnuts with graham crackers in your cheesecake or pie crust.
This tart and tangy sauce is a perfect compliment to pancakes. Or use it to top your favorite white cake or citrus cake.
Wonton wrappers make a low-fat tart shell for these Hawaiian-inspired fruit cups. This dessert is ideal for the diabetic diet.
Bakery muffins, scones and bagels are calorie bombs. Instead of buying, bake your own pastries at home to control the ingredients and keep the fat low. These sweet scones still taste like a big treat, even though they only have 180 calories!
A sprinkling of kosher salt sets off all of the sweet flavors stuffed inside this puff pastry dessert.