Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

Diabetic Connect Dessert Recipes

These low-carb recipes prove that sweet treats in sensible portions can be part of your diabetes meal plan.

This diabetic dessert takes the classic apple crisp concept to the next level with the addition of zucchini.

Tart raspberry filling is swirled into a low-fat cream filling in these beautiful bars. They're a festive diabetic treat for a summer picnic or party.

Peanut butter and chocolate brownies! That's diabetic dessert worth sinking your teeth into

Make sure you get your slice first – because this irresistible diabetic dessert will be gone before you know it!

A delicious diabetic recipe for a berry cream cheese tart

Toasted pecans taste even better in the sweet maple filling of this heavenly diabetic pie recipe, yet it has a fraction of the usual carbs.

15 recipes for when the sun is scorching. You’ll find relief in this special collection of cold, sweet treats – and many are low in carbs.

30 Low-Carb Dessert Recipes from Easy-to-make sweet treats for your next outdoor meal! #dessert #recipes

30 Low-Carb Dessert Recipes. A great go-to list of recipes for summer!

  • Cheryl Guarino

    my husband has been diabetic for 10+ yrs but getting him to eat right is hell but with these recipes its a breeze when i tell him there recipes from a diabetic web site he does belief me until i show him the pics

  • Theresa Ghilarducci

    It's so great to see real low carb dessert recipes. So many times you see ones labeled as low carb but a bite of them is equal to a snack and can't be included in a sensible meal.

  • Betty Moore

    I just found out I have diabetes so i`m just starting to learn how to do diabetic recipes and need all the help I can get.

  • Marge Palmer

    these look like great I haven't tried them do they have other recipes like on Salads, main meat dishes,and casseroles, Breads

  • Theresa Ghilarducci

    Yes Marge, they do have other recipes. If you google diabetic recipes you'll find quite a few too. You really need to pay attention to the portion sizes in recipes labeled low carb or diabetic, as sometimes to get the lower carb count, the portions are much smaller.

Top off your next outdoor meal with one of these diabetic-friendly sweet treats!

Diabetic Friendly Old-Fashioned Fruit Crumble

Diabetic Friendly Chocolate-Fudge Pudding Cake

Flourless Brownies (Sugar-Free, Low Carb)

  • Bridget Bujak

    click on the picture Marie that's what you have to do with most of the recipes on here

  • Elizabeth Valle

    WORST BROWNIES EVER!!!! I never use all caps to leave a comment but this costly disaster deserves it. I followed the recipe exactly and it was inedible. I mean truly, inedible. I wasted time, money, and effort.

  • Morna Fontaine

    Sorry--never tried them but am diabetic--thought it would be good--I'll find you one I have tried--LOL- I had a disaster myself my sister & I mde the same thing-cool whip cookies; I thought. I; however used a different oz. cake mix--didnt know they were different--what a mess!! (PS if u ever use that one make sure you get the one with highest ounces!

  • Morna Fontaine

    Elizabeth Valle --Dont know exactly what u looking for; however' have found a much better food site w/thousands of recipies to peruse. ITS CALLED JUSTAPINCH--Please try it --u can even make ur own cookbooku pick the subject like, veggies, main dishes, etc. and it sorts it all for you--u could even make & print ur own cookbook if you download it & print it. I dont have a printer so I just keep mine on line. I have already pinched about 450 recipies even tho I havent put any of mine in yet --wanted to wait to see what all they already have---WOW!! I guess I'll never see the end --I just get lost for hours at this site!! Hope this helps you Elizabeth Valle!! P>S> Pilsbury SF Brownie mix is a quick delicous way to go!

  • Kay Schwartz

    Flourless Brownies Ingredients 4 large eggs 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1 cup of coconut palm sugar* ¼ cup + 1 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil 2 tsp vanilla extract 1/8 tsp salt Directions Preheat oven to 350°F (177°C). In a bowl, mix all the ingredients until velvety smooth Pour into a parchment paper lined 8 x 4 loaf pan. Bake for 25-30 minutes. The brownies will be soft in the middle at 30 minutes and have a slight jiggle. Leave the brownies for at least 5 hours before cutting and eating ( I put them in the fridge after about 15 min of cooling down time and then ate them about an hour later!). This recipe makes 8 brownies. *I now use 3/4 cups maple syrup (Grade B) in place of the palm sugar for a moist and gooey texture. Cooked for 30-35 minutes the center will appear to be uncooked but after cooling for a few hours (or in the fridge) it will settle and be more firm. The texture will be more like a molten chocolate cake.

Show 1 more comment...

Festive Diabetes Holiday Recipes

Diabetic Friendly Wake-Up Smoothie