When looking for a cake suitable for a diabetic it needs to be healthy. These cakes use wholemeal flour, fruit and are low in sugar or use sugar substitutes.
This is a great healthy substitute for fattier counterparts. You can use plain flour instead of wholemeal if desired. Other fruits can be substituted as well!
This is a moist banana bread perfect for using up ripe bananas. I usually freeze my old bananas until I have enough for a recipe or two. Just freeze them as they are - peel and all - and thaw for an hour or so at room temperature. I have also used apple sauce in place of the oil to make this low fat. It is not quite as moist, but the flavour is still just as good.
A fragrant bread/loaf cake. Can be eaten straight away but for best flavour, store overnight before serving. You can choose the amount of sugar in this cake depending on your taste.
If you like breads that are a little denser you have to give this recipe a try. It uses baking powder instead of yeast.
Sinfully delicious and sugar free for carrot cake lovers. Also contains apples, walnuts, carrot, raisins and orange juice. The sweetness comes from the fruit and vegetables.
It's my latest recipe from my blog http://skinnychic.org Sugar-free - uses agave as a sweetener. Delicious!
Most festive fruit cakes are high in fat and added sugar, but this one is relatively low in fat and depends mainly on dried fruits soaked in apple juice for natural sweetness.
No diabetics should miss out on the Halloween fun this year. The only thing you will be left to worry about is what’s in the trick or treat bag!
This delicious and crusty loaf is made with fine cornmeal (polenta) that you can find at your local health food shop. After cooking, a sweet lemon glaze is poured over.