7 recipes for sweets suitable for diabetics

7 recipes for sweets suitable for diabetics
Sweets and all kinds of sweets that contain sugar are not a good choice for people with diabetes. However, people with diabetes can also eat sweets made with natural ingredients. These recipes are also suitable for people who like sweets but want to maintain a slim figure. Every person can be a chef in their own kitchen and make very simple and delicious desserts.

  1. Hibiscus tea in an ice cube – pour 4 large spoons of hibiscus tea with a glass of boiling water. Leave for 5 minutes and strain. Add Stevia (or another sweetener) to the drink. Dissolve one bag of gelatin in 3 to 4 tablespoons of cold water. Add the swollen gelatin to the tea and mix everything well. Pour the mixture into a tray and leave it in the freezer to cool completely. Cut into cubes or as desired.
  2. Cranberry, oats and yogurt – pour 200 grams of oatmeal with a glass of yogurt (or kefir). Keep it like that for one hour. Add 3 tablespoons of buckwheat flour, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, two beaten eggs and 100 grams of dried cranberries. Pour the mixture into the pan. Bake in a heated oven at 170 degrees C.
  3. Fructose, quince and lemon – finely grate 4 quinces. Add the fresh juice of one lemon and the grated lemon peel. Stir. Add 100 ml of water and 4 tablespoons of fructose. Stir and pour into the pot. Cook for one hour on low heat.
  4. Pancakes with strawberries – mix 3 spoons of oat bran and one spoon of starch. Add one egg, some baking soda, one tablespoon of olive oil, half a glass of kefir, one tablespoon of water and a little stevia (or fructose). Mix the dough and leave for half an hour. Bake the mixture in a Teflon pan without oil. Mash a few strawberries in a blender and fill the pancakes with the filling. Top the pancakes with melted dark chocolate for diabetics or as desired.
  5. Apples with cherries and cheese – hollow out the pickled apples and fill them with a mixture of small unsalted cheese and cherries. Add a little stevia. Put a little water in the pan and fill the pan with the prepared apples. Cover the apples with aluminum foil. Bake for 40 minutes at a temperature of 170 degrees C.
  6. Cherry and blueberry ice cream – mash blueberries and/or cherries in a blender. Add the yogurt and stevia to the mushy mixture. Stir and keep in the freezer before serving.
  7. Ice cream with roasted pumpkin – using a blender, make a puree of 400 grams of roasted pumpkin. Add 400 grams of coconut milk, cinnamon, ginger, stevia (or other sweetener) and nutmeg to the mass. Mix and put in the freezer.


    • Dear Maryam,

      Many thanks for your always friendly and positive comments. Yes, i also having some diabetic patients in my close family so it is good to know any additional info. For example, my husband says “Please do not give me any Stevia I will rather use “klotz” coffee with no adds, but my neighbor is very pleased with Stevia and she says I even always keep Stevia in my pocket/bag just in case”-different people and different habits. All the best, Amela.

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