Dessert Recipes For Diabetes are a perfect twist to the typical Indian desserts to make them all the more healthy and diabetic-friendly.
Indian desserts are thought to be full of ghee and sugar. These quick Dessert Recipes for Diabetes are perfect to consume while following a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle. These include the right type and amount of sugar substitutes that are the go-to desserts for diabetics.
Here are a few quick Dessert Recipes for Diabetes –
Oats Kheer –
Prep time – 15 mins | Cook Time – 25 mins | Total time – 40 mins | Serving – 2 |
- 1/2 liter milk
- 1 cup oats
- 6-7 almonds
- 4-5 dates
- 1 banana
- 2 cardamom
- 6-7 raisins
- For about 4-5 minutes, roast the oats.
- Add milk, cardamom, dates, raisins, and almonds in a pan and boil it for about 5 minutes.
- Add oats to this and allow it to boil until it has a thick consistency.
- Once prepared, add fruits to it and serve hot or cold.
Rose Sandesh –
Serving – 10 pieces
- 2 tsp rose water
- 2 liters low fat milk
- 1 tsp crushed rose petals
- 2 tbsps sugar substitute
- 1/2 tsp citric acid
- 2 tbsps chopped pistachios
- Add the milk to a flat-bottomed pan and allow it to boil. Once it starts boiling, add citric acid to it. After the milk had curdled, remove it from the flame.
- Take a bowl and spread the muslin cloth over it. Pour the curdled milk. Squeeze the fabric to remove the additional water and store the paneer in a container.
- Make a fine paste of the paneer by kneading and mashing.
- Add the sugar substitute, rose water, and crushed rose petals to it.
- Mix it well and spread it on a clean and flat surface.
- Using a knife, cut it into even shapes ( either square or rectangle ) and garnish it with chopped pistachios.
- Preserve it in the refrigerator for an hour before you serve it.
- 500g Yogurt
- 6-7 pods of cardamom
- 20g Almonds
- 6-7 drops of stevia liquid
- 35g erythritol
- Take a deep bowl and place a muslin cloth over it. Using a band, Fix the cloth so that it doesn’t move.
- Pour the yogurt over the muslin cloth and allow it to drain to get rid of the additional water ( leave it overnight in the fridge).
- The remaining hung curd is half the quantity of the original curd.
- Transfer this hung curd to a bowl and lightly whisk it until the curd becomes smooth ( add 1 spoon of water or fresh cream to it, if it’s too thick )
- Add cardamom, stevia, and erythritol to it.
- Garnish with almonds and serve.
Ragi Oats Lado-
- 1 cup oats flour
- 1.5 cups ragi flour
- 1/2 cup milk
- 20 dates ( ripe)
- 1/4 cup coconut powder
- 1 tsp cardamom powder
- 1 tbsp ghee
- 1/4 cup white sesame seeds
- 12 cashew nuts
- 10g stevia powder
- Lightly roast the oats and ragi flour. Grind it in a grinder after it cools down.
- Make a paste of dates ( 15 dates )by removing the seeds from the dates and blending them with milk.
- Roast the cashew nuts and sesame seeds.
- In 2 separate pans, pour some ghee and add ragi to one of the pans and the oats flour in the other one and roast it.
- After this, mix both the flour together and add the remaining ghee.
- Add stevia, cardamom powder and date paste to it.
- Allow it to cool for about 10 minutes and add the dates paste to it.
- Make small balls of the batter into ladoos.
- Roll the ladoos over the sesame seeds and coconut powder and add cashew to it ladoo.
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