Pesach Dessert Ideas For Diabetics
Pesach or Passover, an important holiday in Jewish calendar, is indeed the time to binge on sweets. If you are someone who suffers from high blood sugar, you have to keep an eye your diet and keep away from most desserts. Most desserts, no matter how healthy they claim to be, are usually loaded with sugar and bad fats. However, if you are in a mood for some sweets this Pesach, you can reach out for some diabetic friendly dessert delicacies that eliminates sugar or uses sugar substitutes, low fat or no fat dairy products and other healthy alternatives. For more inspiration, scroll through the Pesach dessert ideas.
Healthy Pesach Dessert Ideas For Diabetics
To make this yummy dessert, begin with preparing a sugar-free chocolate pudding first. Layer the pudding in a glass dish and top it with sugar-free whip. Squirt a few drop of fresh lemon juice or extract on top of the whipped topping for extra bite. Garnish with semi-sweet chocolate chips, raspberries, and strawberries.
Gingerbread is not half as much decadent as they are made out to be. Just substitute sugar with any artificial substitute and your cookies are fit to be devoured by diabetics. The sucralose-based sugar substitutes are perfect for baking. So, if you are planning to opt for some baked confectionaries this holiday season, we suggest you go for gingerbread cookies.
To tweak up this luscious delicacy so as to make it more apt for diabetics, get a packet of pie crust and sugar-free chocolate pudding mix. Bake the crust, make the pudding, and keep them aside. Combine fat-free whipped topping with the pudding and spoon it into the pie shell. Top it with mini semi-sweet chocolate chips and you are done. You can top it with an extra dollop of whipped topping if you want.
These delectable brownies are prepared using low-fat yogurt and sugar substitutes like Stevia. To prepare this, combine together eggs, sugar substitute and chocolate and gently fold this mixture into sifted flour, cocoa, and baking powder mixture. Add in the yogurt and bake for 30 minutes or until done. Serve hot.
Crunchy Chocolate Cookies
These crunchy cookies are a rage among both kids and adults. Just mix in whole-wheat flour, baking soda, vanilla extract, and sugar substitute. Add in chopped almonds, pecans and semi-sweet chips into the mix before dropping spoonfuls of mix onto a baking sheet. Bake until done.
To make this diabetic-friendly gourmet torte you will need, low fat, yellow cake mix and pumpkin pie mix, with spices added to it. You can skip the fat and cholesterol using egg substitute, instead of whole eggs and skimmed milk instead of whole milk.
These yummy Pesach dessert ideas are surely to sweeten your celebrations.