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This is a Fantastic Diabetic Fudge Recipe


This is a Fantastic Diabetic Fudge Recipe

If you've recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you might be thinking that your time enjoying desserts is over. That couldn't be further from the truth! There are hundreds of dessert options for diabetics out there that taste just as good as the sugar-added versions. This diabetic fudge recipe is one of them. Let's check it out!


1 14 1/2 oz. can evaporated milk
3 Tbsp. cocoa
1/4 cup margarine
liquid sweetener to equal to 1/2 cup of sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/4 cup nuts



1. Combine milk and cocoa in saucepan. Beat well. Add margarine, sweetener, and salt. Bring to boil.

2. Remove from heat. Stir in remaining ingredients except 1/4-cup graham crackers.

3. Cool about 15 minutes. Divide mixture into 32 balls. Roll in remaining cracker crumbs and chill.

Other Dessert Ideas for Diabetics

Being diabetic is a challenge, but these other diabetic dessert ideas can help make it easier. The next time you're craving dessert, consider one of these ideas:

  • Fruit. Fruit is generally eaten as a snack or for breakfast, but it can be a dessert too! Grab a bag of frozen fruit from the store, or get yourself some of your favorite fresh fruit. Make yourself a fruit salad, and top with low-sugar cool whip if desired.
  • Low-sugar ice cream bars. There are now a number of brands offering low-sugar ice cream bars for diabetics and those trying to lose weight. Make sure you check the nutritional info on the back of the box; some low-sugar ice cream bars still have too much sugar for a diabetic.
  • Sugar-free Snickers. You can't buy these in the store, but you can make them! This treat substitutes rice malt syrup in place of sugar, giving diabetics a way to enjoy this delicious treat without harming their health.
  • Sugar-free popsicles. An especially good treat for summer, sugar-free popsicles are readily available in stores. You can also make your own by freezing sugar-free juices. Avoid grape juice, as this fruit is high in natural sugars that can spike a diabetic's blood sugar.
  • Ricotta cheesecake. This take on cheesecake has no added sugar, making it perfect for diabetics. It might not sound appealing at first, but give it a chance! You might be surprised at how good it is.
  • Greek yogurt pops. Greek yogurt is notably healthier than regular yogurt, making it a great snack for diabetics. Grab your favorite Greek yogurt, fill a popsicle mold with it, and freeze! This is another great treat for summer.
  • Sugar-free carrot cake. A lot of people enjoy this sweet-and-savory dessert. If you're one of them, you can make a sugar-free version! This is a great idea for a diabetic's birthday, since they'll be able to indulge in the cake with everyone else.
  • Applesauce cake. This is a very old recipe, dating all the way back to colonial times. This recipe is simple to make and delicious- perfect for fall.

Do not take the content of this article as professional medical adviceIt's important to exercise due diligence when obtaining relevant information in matters pertaining to your health. Always consult your healthcare provider before making any medical decisions.

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