There are a range of desserts available to the diabetic including many fruit, cake and ice cream recipes.
Fruit and fruit juices are among the best food sources of potassium, which helps to lower blood pressure.
Cooked apples with a coconut crumble topping. You can substitute a large tin of apples to reduce cooking time and fuss. This is best eaten straight out of the oven while hot with ice-cream, cream, custard or all three!!!
Sorbets, made only from fruit and sweetener—no milk—are fat and cholesterol free. The lime juice and both kinds of berries are packed with vitamin C.
This recipe is great for kids (and adults!) who are lactose intolerant but everyone is sure to love them. You can use any mix of berries or any fruit in season. This recipe uses paper cups but you can use ice block moulds if you have them.
A tart compote of rhubarb makes a nice contrast to this rich custard. While there is no way to completely streamline a crème brûlée, this special-occasion treat is lightened by the fruit and its use of less egg yolk and cream (which is reduced-fat to boot), yet still retains its rich indulgent nature.