Hemant Vishwakarma THESEOBACKLINK.COM hello@theseobacklink.com
Email Us - hello@theseobacklink.com
directory-link.com | webdirectorylink.com | smartseobacklink.com | directoryweb.link

Article -> Article Details

Title 5 Amazing Diabetic Dessert Recipes
Category Fitness Health --> Alternative
Meta Keywords Ayurvedic Treatment of Diabetes,Home Remedies to Treat Diabetes,Herbs to increase the immunity,Diabetes
Owner Girish Banvi

Are you ready to discover how to cook delightful desserts that won’t jeopardize your Sugar Control efforts? As a part of Nutrition Guide for Diabetics, here are some of the low-calorie dessert recipes emphasizing on some of the best low GI and fibrous foods, including, apples, raspberries, and blueberries. This helps you to keep the blood glucose levels in check and also savor the desserts.

Now, before you get down to the yummy dessert recipes below, you may want to check out simple tips and tricks that will help you convert any normal delicious dessert into diabetic dessert recipes.

  • Replace sugar with natural and low glycemic index ingredients like unrefined honey, dates, figs and other fruits.
  • Substitute whole milk with low fat or skimmed milk and garnish with whole fruits instead of fruit extracts or sugar loaded milkshakes.
  • Substitute regular panner and butter with low-fat paneer and low-fat butter.
  • Include a lot of fiber in the form of fruits and nuts.

Delicious desserts for you that can be enjoyed without any guilt by both diabetics as well as non-diabetics. Your craving after food or during festivals ends with these easy to prepare mouthwatering recipes. 



Dates have a low glycemic index making them an apt natural sweetener that does not spike the blood glucose levels. Nuts are rich in proteins, Fibers, vitamins, and minerals that are very important for diabetics. Nuts and dates both being low on the glycemic index scale, make it a favorable and tasty diabetic dessert recipe one must not miss!!

Prep time: 10 mins + Cook time: 8 mins = Total time: 18 mins


  •   Dates – 400 grams (2 cups)
  •   Walnuts – 50 grams (½ cup)
  •   Cashews – 50 grams (½ cup)
  •   Almonds – 50 grams (½ cup)
  •   Dry coconut – 25 grams (½ cup) (grated)                      
  •   Pistachios – 20 grams (2 tbsp)
  •   Nutmeg – 1
  •   Green cardamom – 6-7
  •   Ghee – 2 tbsp


1.   Cut cashew, almonds, and walnuts into small chunks. Slice the pistachios into thin pieces. Roughly chop the dates using a knife.

2.   Crush cardamom and nutmeg into a fine powder.

3.   Roast chopped cashews, almonds, and walnuts on a medium flame for 2-3 minutes and keep aside.

4.   Pour 1tbs ghee and once it melts, add nutmeg-green cardamom powder, chopped dates, roasted chopped dry fruits, and grated coconut and mix well.

5.   After the mixture cools down, grease the hand with some ghee and pinch some mixture and roll it out into cylindrical shape. Coat the barfi with some sliced pistachios

6.   Place them in the refrigerator for 2 hours to set.

The mouth-watering and tantalizing khajur dry fruits barfi which is absolutely a diabetic friendly recipe is ready to savor. Store them in your refrigerator and have them one at a time to enjoy the food.


Khajoor and nuts barfi are rich in fiber and protein content making it tasty as well as a healthy diabetic dessert. 



Sandesh is made using panner and almonds. Panner is low in carbohydrate content making it extremely good for diabetic patients. It is consumed very slowly by the body, thereby not spiking the blood glucose levels. Almonds, on the other hand, are enriched with proteins, fiber, vitamins, and minerals making it the best food for diabetics. The combination of panner and almonds makes a perfect diabetic friendly dessert.

Prep Time: 10 mins + Cook Time: 20 mins = Total Cook Time: 30 mins


  • 150 gm paneer (cottage cheese)
  • 1/2 cup khoya – grated
  • 4 green cardamom – crushed
  • Large pinch of kesar (saffron)
  • 6 Tbsp sugar / gur
  • 6 almonds – shredded thin lengthwise


1.   Blend the paneer, khoya and sugar/gur together till smooth.