There are a number of great diabetic biscuit recipes available including gingerbread and other sugar free options.
Moist and tasty cookies made with wholemeal flour, rolled oats, apple, honey and cinnamon. Delicious!
This biscuit is a traditional Arab sweet used on special occasions. It is definitely a must have and simple to make, though note to only very slightly brown the biscuits. The biscuit or cookie can be filled with walnut or pistachio or dates. I've included both, the choice is entirely up to you! Remember: do not expect the dough of the biscuit to be cohesive, but it will be damp enough to form into balls to pack into the cookie moulds. This recipe needs to be started a day ahead.
Here's a healthier version of a traditional favourite. You can buy fancy-shaped cutters and let the kids cut out gingerbread figures, stars or Christmas trees. Chopped dried fruit or nuts make good decorations.
Sugarless fruity biscuit, great for those watching their sugar intake.
These delicious bars are packed full of juicy raisins – the secret to making raisins even juicier than normal is to soak them in boiling water for a few minutes.
These are biscuits I came up with for diabetics. They are simple to make. For people not on a restricted diet, simply use 3 tablespoons white sugar instead of fructose.