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Sugar-Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies

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These Sugar-Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies are perfect for those of you with Type 2 Diabetes. All things considered they are delish!

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I love peanut butter cookies and have diabetes, so this Sugar-Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies recipe is perfect for me. I just hope the flavor doesn’t suffer. Now I know it doesn’t.

One of the many things that absolutely sucks about having Type 2 Diabetes is the need to closely watch what you eat. Being a foodie and running a food blog can make it pretty challenging to come up with recipes for all of you that don’t have diabetes.

If you don’t care about Sugar-Free or Low Carb and love cookies, you need to check out my Cookie Jar. For more diabetic-friendly recipes, check Diabetic and Keto Friendly Recipes out.

If you are curious what Type 2 Diabetes is, check out this informative article. It’s amazing how many people suffer from this disease and don’t pay attention to their diet.

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This recipe may contain peanuts or other nuts and seeds as one of its ingredients. Please take the appropriate precautions.

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📋 What ingredients do I need

You will need the following ingredients to make these cookies: Peanut Butter, Eggs, Splenda, Vanilla Extract, Sea Salt and Peanuts.

🥣 How to Make Sugar-Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies

Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
In a large mixing bowl, combine the peanut butter, egg, sweetener, vanilla, and salt. Using an electric mixer or by hand, process until smooth.
Pulse in the peanut pieces until just combined. Don’t overmix, you want some pieces left for crunch.
Use a medium cookie scoop to place balls of dough onto the prepared cookie sheet. Press the cookie dough into the scoop tightly then releasing onto the sheet. Flatten using a fork in a crisscross pattern.
Bake for about 15 to 20 minutes until very lightly golden. Cool completely before handling. Cookies will become crisp as they cool.

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Sugar-Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies

These Sugar-Free Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies are perfect for those of you with Type 2 Diabetes. All things considered they are delish!

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Prep Time 10 mins

Cook Time 20 mins

Cooling Time 5 mins

Total Time 35 mins

Course Cookies

Cuisine American

Servings 16 Cookies

Calories 189 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 ¼ Cup Peanut Butter, creamy and salted
  • 2 Large Eggs
  • ½ Cup Splenda Granulated Sweetener
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
  • ¼ Tsp Sea Salt
  • ¾ Cup Peanuts, Optional

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Instructions 

  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  • In a large mixing bowl, combine the peanut butter, egg, sweetener, vanilla, and salt. Using an electric mixer or by hand, process until smooth.

  • Pulse in the peanut pieces until just combined. Don’t overmix, you want some pieces left for crunch.

  • Use a medium cookie scoop to place balls of dough onto the prepared cookie sheet. Press the cookie dough into the scoop tightly then releasing onto the sheet. Flatten using a fork in a crisscross pattern.

  • Bake for about 15 to 20 minutes until very lightly golden. Cool completely before handling. Cookies will become crisp as they cool.

Nutrition

Calories: 189kcalCarbohydrates: 11gProtein: 8gFat: 14gSaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 26mgSodium: 140mgPotassium: 192mgFiber: 2gSugar: 7gVitamin A: 38IUCalcium: 20mgIron: 1mg

Nutritional information provided for this recipe is based on 1 serving. This information is an estimate and may vary based on several factors. If nutritional information is important to you and your diet, please verify this recipe with a Registered Dietitian.

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51 Best Packaged Snacks for People with Diabetes

There are so many great packaged snacks for diabetes on the market, but you need to know what to look for!

Having easy to grab, on-the-go snacks makes life a lot easier when you are managing diabetes. Keep reading for my comprehensive list of the best packaged snacks for diabetes!

*Disclaimer: This blog post is not sponsored in anyway. These are all truly my favorite packaged snacks for diabetes. However, I do work with some of these brands occasionally. That’s actually one of my favorite things about my job… some of my favorite foods to eat are also my clients! And some of the links in this post are affiliate links. What does that mean? It means that if you click on a link and end up purchasing that product, I may get a small commission, but it doesn’t cost you anything extra.

Also, this article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services. This article and the links contained in it provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this article is not a substitute for medical care, and should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or registered dietitian.

What to look for in healthy snacks for diabetes? 

Before we dive in, I thought it would be good review to talk about what we are looking for in a snack for people with diabetes, and what factors I considered when choosing the recommended packaged snacks for diabetes below. 

We want packaged snacks that:

  • Have at least 4g of protein or 4g of fiber or both
  • Preferably contain some sort of plant based fat source, though not required
  • Are made from whole grains (if applicable)
  • Are low glycemic index
  • Are made from quality ingredients
  • Are easy to consume on-the-go
  • Are low in sugar relative to the overall carbohydrate count

Now, obviously there are going to be some exceptions to this, and I will try to note those as best I can, but it’s important to remember not to approach food with a list of black and white guidelines. Food has nuance. There is an ebb and a flow to what works sometimes and doesn’t work at other times. Just something to keep in mind. 

And, if you want to read more in depth on this idea of balancing blood sugars and choosing the right foods, make sure to check out this article here. 

It’s important to have some favorite healthy store bought snacks

Like I said above, it’s important to have a list of good go-to options for packaged snacks. Whether you have diabetes or not, we all live busy lives at one point or another and people with diabetes deserve to have good options to choose from just like everyone else. And making everything from scratch at home just isn’t realistic.

What’s on my list of best snacks for diabetes?

If you keep scrolling you’ll see the following categories of packaged snacks for diabetes: crackers, chips, popcorn, bars, cookies, desserts, eat with a spoon, breakfast cereals, low blood sugar treatments, and kid-friendly. If you have another category you’d like to see me tackle, leave a comment at the end and I’ll add it!

I’ve listed several options in each category. Does this mean these are all of the best out of every product on the market? No. In spite of how much research I do, there’s just no way to know every single product that’s on the market. Each category has my favorites for both “diabetes-friendliness” and flavor/taste/texture etc.

*As you’ll see noted below, I decided to expand on the energy/protein/snack “bar” category and have a whole separate blog post on this packaged snacks for diabetes category. You can access that post here, and I’ll link it again below.

Are snacks for type 1 diabetes different than snacks for type 2 diabetes?

Since I get asked pretty frequently if the products I recommend and recipes I develop are just for people with type 1 diabetes (probably because I myself have type 1), I want to clarify… 

Just like all of the other content I put out here on my website and on social media, the recommendations for snacks in this post apply to people with all types of diabetes, and anyone looking to balance blood sugars and energy levels.

List of best packaged snacks for diabetes

Best crackers for diabetes

As a general guide, try to choose crackers that are made from whole grains or nuts and seeds.

Best chips for diabetes

Many of the options below use beans as a base. This adds additional protein and fiber.

Best popcorn for diabetes

Popcorn is naturally higher in fiber than other crunchy/salty snacks, but when flavorings are added like caramel or kettle corn, it’s important to pay attention to how much sugar is being added. 

Best snack bars for diabetes

This was by far the most requested category! I’ve listed a few of my favorites below, but make sure to check out this full blog post here that breaks down every category of “bar.”

Best store bought cookies for diabetes

When it comes to cookies, we want to decrease the sugar as much as possible but still have a delicious cookie! One way to do this is to find grain free cookies made with nut based flours so there’s less carbs, and more protein and fat… but still a delicious cookie!

Best desserts for diabetes

The desserts below are an assortment of lower sugar and higher protein chocolates and candies, as well as some of my favorite lower sugar and higher protein frozen treats!

Best snacks you eat with a spoon for diabetes

From yogurts to puddings to everything in between, my favorite lower sugar and higher protein options are below.

Best breakfast cereals for diabetes

These cereals below are higher in fiber and protein and lower in sugar than traditional breakfast cereals! Another option if you have a favorite breakfast cereal that’s not exactly “blood sugar friendly” is to pair your cereal with plain 2% Greek yogurt instead of milk. The added fat and protein (and lower carbohydrate count) of the Greek yogurt compared to milk, may help balance blood sugars better.

Best packaged low blood sugar treatments for diabetes

Did you know you can treat a low blood sugar with more than just candy and glucose gel? These are some of my favorite store-bought packaged options. (Check with your doctor to make sure they are ok with these options for you.)

  • Applesauce pouches (I just grab the store brand unsweetened variety. Most are 12-15g carb/pouch)
  • Raisins (The mini boxes are typically 11-12g/box)
  • Juice boxes (Most stores offer shelf stable juice boxes that are 12-18g carb depending on the flavor you choose.)
  • Fruit snacks (So quick and easy, and cheap!)
  • Banana (Pre-packaged by nature, and highly portable!)

Best snacks for kids with diabetes

Kids love salty, crunchy snacks it seems. These are some of my favorite lower carbohydrate crunchy options. (Note: I am not saying kids with diabetes need to eat low carb. All of the snacks in this post are good for kids, but sometimes a child’s blood sugar might be high and they are hungry. These lower carb options are good for those situations.) Also great for adults too! And all of the snacks listed in this entire blog post are great for kids too!

What are you favorite packaged snacks for diabetes? Tell me in the comments below!

Sugar-Free Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

These are great! I was so excited to find a good sugar-free recipe for cookies. I added 3/4 cup of oatmeal, and a teaspoon of vanilla. I am making this for the 3rd time this weekend. Thank you!

These cookies are truley a gift from heaven for those who have diabetes or are watching their sugar intake! I love to bake for my family, but unfortunately my mother has diabetes, so i am always in search of sugar-free recipes that taste like “the real thing”. This cookie is crumbly/crunchy on the ends, but soft and chewy in the center…the best of both worlds! Even better, the cookies are virtually carb-free as well….which is a plus for diabetics! Thakyou so much!!!

Great cookies for sugar-free! I found that they were the best consistency a few hours after baking, and into the next day. When warm, they crumbled, but after cooling through they were great! I added vanilla and will use half white/half brown sugar Splenda next time. Thanks for a great base recipe for sugar-free cookies, I will play around with this to perfect it to my tastes! NOTE: I made again with Simply Jif and they turned out fabulous! I’ve found that I need to bake them 2-5 minutes longer than the 8 min the recipe calls for…

I am not sure what some reviewers were expecting from a flourless sugar-free cookie recipe. Of course they are not going to be of the same texture and taste of a traditional peanut butter cookie however given the parameters I found these cookies to be an exceptionally delicious and satisfying alternative for those who must or choose to limit their consumption of simple carbohydrates. My tips: Start out with less Splenda for your first attempt and adjust to taste with subsequent batches. (I used only 1/2 C. as I prefer subtle sweetness. 2 C. would have been far too much for my taste.) Add 1 t. of vanilla. Roll dough into approximately 1 inch balls (bite-sized) and flatten with the tines of a fork in a crisscross pattern as with traditional PB cookies. (I believe that this step helped to avoid the crumbling issue that others have cited.) I cooked mine for 10 minutes though ALL OVENS VARY so watch for signs that your cookies are dry and set in the center. Cool on pan for about 1 minute before attempting to GENTLY transfer with a spatula to a wire rack to cool further (at least half an hour or more). I used Smucker’s natural creamy peanut butter. As an aside I always use air-filled baking sheets as in my experience they virtually eliminate the problem of overcooked bottoms on cookies.

Great recipe! My family LOVES it but mind you they are used to splenda when I first tried them I was sure no one would like them. On the contrary. I make them weekly now I only bake 1/2 a batch at a time and add 1 tsp of vanilla to it I’ve never tried it without. Good with crunchy Peanut butter as well. Edit to review; I’ve since tried with low fat p-nut butter & like them but hubbie didn’t enjoy as much says they didn’t ‘melt in his mouth’.

When they first came out of the oven my initial reaction was not good – the flavor seemed off and they were very crumbly and messy. However after they cooled completely everything seemed to work better. Very good.

I hate to give a bad review but these were the worst cookies i’ve ever made. They were NOT yummy crumbly and soft but more like touch them and they fell apart completely and crumbled like sand.

It’s great to find a cookie without flour. I added a teaspon of vanilla to this. Cookies are very soft quick and good.

This was a fantastic cookie recipe! I used crunchy peanut butter and it was glorious! Thank you for such a great recipe!

Diabetic Friendly Jam Cookies – No Sugar Added Thumbprint Cookies

Diabetic Friendly Jam Cookies – No Sugar Added Thumbprint Cookies

As a diabetic, sometimes I just want cookies!! I really don’t eat sweets all that often, but I have been looking for alternatives that are healthy and not sugar filled.  Because even though I want sweets, I feel horribly after I eat them if they are filled with sugar. Thumbprint cookies remind me of my childhood, my Mom used to find the best bakeries wherever we went:) In Monterey, CA there was a bakery with delicious, nutty, jam filled cookies, seriously this makes me think of our trip to northern Cali.  That’s how these diabetic friendly jam cookies came to exist.  They are no sugar added thumbprint cookies:)

I made the no sugar added apricot jam in a previous recipe post.  I used apricots because we had a tree full of apricots and we could have never eaten them all before they spoiled.  The jam includes chia seeds to thicken it, apricots and Truvia, which is my new favorite sugar alternative.  It’s made from stevia, which is natural and doesn’t contain any carbs. So they feel like I’m eating real cookies with all the sweetness, but really, it’s almonds, apricots and truvia!! That’s a win in my book:)

Here’s my low sugar apricot jam recipe.  You can always substitute a store bought sugar free jam if you like:) I don’t usually use them because I try to avoid fake sugar alternatives because they leave a sweet taste in my mouth, which I dislike.

These cookies are easy to make, you mix all the ingredients, ball them, roll them in the nut of your choice, press them on your cookie sheet and fill with jam:) What could be easier!?  I used chopped walnuts and pecans and I think the pecans were my favorite, but they were both delicious.

This recipe makes 16 cookies, the carb count from the almond flour is 3g per cookie.  The jam has sugar from the apricots only, I estimate the jam has 1.5g per Tbs.  So each cookie is less than 5g carbs:)

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Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients but the nuts in a bowl.

  2. Make 2 Tbs balls and roll them. Roll them in the nut of your choice.

  3. Place balls on your sheet pan or stone baking sheet. Press the middles with your thumb to make room for the jam.

  4. Spoon about a tsp of jam (or more) if you like into the middles of the cookies.

  5. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden. Enjoy:)

 

 

 

 

7 Diabetic-Friendly Christmas Cookies to Bake for a Party

Everyone loves Christmas cookies. They can be colorful and beautifully decorated and usually there are many different types to choose from. Of course, they are also usually loaded with sugar – some literally dripping with sugar.

This year, make sure you have a place at the cookie tray by bringing sugar-free or reduced sugar cookies. Here are seven delicious cookies you can try with as little as 6 grams of carbs each – including classic Gingerbread Men Cookies.

 

Yield: 48 servings
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Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/4 cup light butter
  • 1 cup Splenda No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 1/4 cup egg substitute
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 3/4 teaspoon vinegar (white or cider)
  • 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1-1/2 cups cake flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly oil a cookie sheet and set aside.
  2. Blend together butters, Splenda Granulated Sweetener and vanilla in a medium mixing bowl with an electric mixer, or by hand. Blend until butter is softened. Add egg substitute, water and vinegar. Mix briefly. Add flours, salt and baking powder. Mix on low speed, until dough is formed. Do not overmix.
  3. Remove dough from bowl and place on a floured work surface. Divide dough in half. Pat each half into a circle and cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate approx. 1 hour, allowing dough to chill.
  4. Remove dough from refrigerator and roll out on a floured work surface to desired thickness, approx. 1/4 inch. Cut with cookie cutters. Place cookies on prepared sheet.
  5. Bake in a preheated 350 degrees F oven 10-12 minutes or until lightly browned on the back. Cool on a wire rack.Note: If you want to ice these cookies, use this sugar-free glaze recipe.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 60
Calories from Fat: 30
Protein: 1 g
Sodium: 30 mg
Cholesterol: 10 mg
Fat: 3.5 g
Saturated Fat: 2 g
Dietary Fiber: 0 g
Sugars: 1 g
Carbohydrates: 7 g

 

Yield: 36 servings
Serving Size: 1 ball
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Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup flaked coconut
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 (8 ounce) package dates, chopped
  • 3/4 cup chopped pecans
  • 1/2 cup egg substitute
  • 3/4 cup Splenda No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
  • 3-1/2 cups crispy rice cereal

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Bake coconut, stirring occasionally, 5 to 6 minutes or until toasted. Set aside.
  2. Melt butter in a large skillet over low heat. Add dates and pecans; cook over low heat, stirring constantly until dates are softened. Cool to touch (about 5 minutes).
  3. Beat egg substitute and Splenda Granulated Sweetener for 3 minutes at medium speed with an electric mixer; add to date mixture. Cook over low-heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens (about 3 minutes). Stir in rice cereal. Cool to touch. Shape into 1-inch balls. Roll in toasted coconut.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 80
Calories from Fat: 45
Protein: 1 g
Sodium: 55 mg
Cholesterol: under 5 mg
Fat: 5 g
Saturated Fat: 2 g
Dietary Fiber: 1 g
Sugars: 5 g
Carbohydrates: 8 g

 

Enjoy the aroma of these heavily spiced ginger cookies while they bake. For best results, allow to cool for a few hours in the fridge.

Yield: 36 servings
Serving Size: 2 cookies
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. Mix Splenda Granulated Sweetener, sugar, butter, molasses and oil together in a medium mixing bowl. Mix on medium speed until creamy. Scrape sides of the bowl. Add egg and mix well. Add remaining ingredients and mix until blended.
  2. Divide dough in half. Roll into logs approx. 1 1/2 inches wide and 14 inches long. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 3 hours or freeze for 1 1/2 hours or until firm.
  3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly oil cookie sheets.
  4. Slice cookies approx. 1/4 inch thick. ** Place on prepared sheets.
  5. Bake 10-12 minutes or until bottoms are lightly browned.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 110
Protein: 2 g
Sodium: 75 mg
Cholesterol: 10 mg
Fat: 4.5 g
Saturated Fat: 2 g
Dietary Fiber: 0 g
Sugars: 7 g
Carbohydrates: 16 g

 

A combination of chopped hazelnuts and hazelnut syrup is used to make these scrumptious biscotti. They’ll keep fresh for 5 days making them ideal gifts.

Yield: 48 servings
Serving size: 1 biscotti
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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup chopped hazelnuts
  • 1/2 cup canola oil
  • 2/3 cup Splenda No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
  • 3 tablespoons white granulated sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons sugar free hazelnut syrup
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/3 cup nonfat dry milk
  • 2 tablespoons Mini Chocolate Chips, melted (optional)

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a cookie sheet or jellyroll pan with baking spray and set aside.
  2. Spread hazelnuts in a shallow pan and toast in preheated 350 degrees F oven for 7-10 minutes. Remove hazelnuts from the oven and cool.
  3. Mix the oil, Splenda Granulated Sweetener and sugar together in a large mixing bowl. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Add hazelnut syrup and mix well. Set aside.
  4. Mix flour, baking powder, baking soda, and nonfat dry milk in a medium mixing bowl.
  5. Pour the flour mixture into the oil and egg mixture and stir until blended. Add hazelnuts and mix until just blended. Refrigerate dough 1 hour or until stiff.
  6. Divide dough in half. Roll each half into a log approximately 3 1/2 inches wide by 12 inches long. Place the logs on the prepared sheet 2 inches apart.
  7. Bake in a preheated 350 degrees F oven for 20-25 minutes.
  8. Remove from oven and cool for 5 minutes. Cut the loaves with a sharp knife into 48 slices, approximately 1/2 inch wide. Cool completely.
  9. If desired, lay slices on their sides and drizzle with melted chocolate chips.
  10. Store in airtight containers. Cookies will stay fresh up to 5 days.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 60
Calories from Fat: 30
Protein: 1 g
Sodium: 30 mg
Cholesterol: 10 mg
Fat: 3.5 g
Saturated Fat: 2 g
Dietary Fiber: 0 g
Sugars: 2 g
Carbohydrates: 6 g

 

Yield: about 4 dozen cookies
Serving size: 1 cookie
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Ingredients

  • 1-1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter or margarine, softened
  • 1/3 cup Splenda Sugar Blend for Baking
  • 3/4 cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or grated peel of 1 orange
  • 3 cups quick or old-fashioned oats
  • 1 2/3 cups (11-ounce package)
  • Nestle Toll House Butter-scotch Flavored Morsels

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375F.
  2. Combine flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt in small bowl. Beat butter, sugar blend, brown sugar, eggs and vanilla extract in large mixer bowl. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in oats and morsels. Drop by rounded tablespoon onto ungreased baking sheets.
  3. Bake 7 to 8 minutes for chewy cookies, 9 to 10 minutes for crisp cookies. Cool on baking sheets 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 130
Protein: 1 g
Sodium: 90 mg
Cholesterol: 20 mg
Fat: 7 g
Carbohydrates: 16 g

 

A cookie that is quite simply – heavenly!

Yield: 24 servings
Serving size: 1 cookie
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/2 cup Splenda No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 6 tablespoons Dutch cocoa powder
  • 1 3/4 cups flour
  • 2 tablespoons flour

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet or jellyroll pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
  2. Place the butter, Splenda Granulated Sweetener, sugar, vanilla and salt in a medium mixing bowl. Mix, using the paddle attachment of an electric mixer until the mixture is light and creamy (approx. 1-1 1/2 minutes). Add cocoa powder and all the flour. Mix until just blended.
  3. Remove dough from bowl and form into a ball. Place the ball of dough on the parchment lined pan. Roll the dough into a rectangle approx. 6 1/2 inches wide by 11 inches long and 1/4 inch thick. Pierce the surface of the dough with a fork all over. This allows the air to escape during baking preventing air pockets from forming.
  4. Bake in preheated 375 degrees F oven 20-25 minutes, rotating the pan after 10 minutes of baking. Remove shortbread from oven after 20-25 minutes and immediately cut into 24 fingers or rectangles while the shortbread is still warm. If allowed to cool, shortbread will not slice well.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 120
Calories from Fat: 5
Protein: 1 g
Sodium: 25 mg
Cholesterol: 20 mg
Fat: 8 g
Saturated Fat: 5 g
Dietary Fiber: 1 g
Sugars: 2 g
Carbohydrates: 10 g

 

Yield: 30 servings
Serving Size: 1 (4-inch) gingerbread cookie
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Ingredients

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons ground ginger
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 1 cup Splenda Brown Sugar Blend
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 large egg yolk

Directions

  1. Mix together flour, baking soda, salt, ginger, cinnamon and allspice into a medium bowl. Set aside.
  2. Cream butter and Splenda Brown Sugar Blend in a large bowl until smooth. Beat in egg and egg yolk. Stir in dry ingredients and mix until dough forms. Shape dough into a disc, wrap, and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  3. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  4. Roll out dough to 1/4 inch thick on a lightly floured surface. Using a 4-inch cookie cutter, cut dough and place on cookie sheet.
  5. Bake for 15 to 18 minutes. Allow cookies to cool for 2 minutes, then remove from pan and let cool completely on rack.If you want to decorate with icing, use this sugarfree glaze recipe.
Nutritional Information (Per Serving)
Calories: 110
Calories from Fat: 45
Protein: 1 g
Sodium: 65 mg
Cholesterol: 25 mg
Fat: 5 g
Saturated Fat: 3 g
Dietary Fiber: 0 g
Sugars: 7 g
Carbohydrates: 13 g

Looking for more cookie recipes?
Visit our Diabetic Christmas Cookie Recipes page for even more!

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Diabetic-Friendly Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

We know we’re all guilty of loving chocolate chip cookies, so here’s our soft and chewy take on it…less the sugar. This chocolate chip cookies recipe is quick, easy, and diabetic-friendly! You don’t have to worry about watching your sugar and carbs because these cookies are low in both!

Imagine enjoying chocolate treats with less sugar than they actually taste. We’re talking about guilt and sugar-free desserts that are heavenly! For other sugarless treats, try our Sugar-Free Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe and Sugar-Free Old-Fashioned Berry Cobbler. Going for sugarless desserts is the perfect way to get your sweet fix without ruining your diet.

In this Diabetic-Friendly Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe, we’re mixing our ingredients in one bowl, shaping our cookies, and baking them the way we want them like how we make our usual chocolate chip cookies. We’re just adding in a healthy twist in our ingredients by replacing sugar. Prep up this recipe and indulge in the rich, buttery, and chocolatey flavor of soft and chewy cookies without all the sugar!

How To Make Diabetic-Friendly Chocolate Chip Cookies

Get your sweet fix with this quick, easy, and sugar-free chocolate chip cookies recipe that serves rich and buttery chocolate chip cookies carefully baked for the perfect texture and consistency of your favorite baked snack.

  • 2¼ cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 cup sugar-free chocolate chips
  • 1 cup butter (softened)
  • ½ cup Splenda brown sugar blend (packed )
  • 1 cup Splenda sweetener (granulated)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet in a baking pan.
  2. In a medium-sized bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, and salt. Whisk together then set aside.
  3. In another mixing bowl, combine the softened butter, brown sugar, and granulated sweetener until light and fluffy. Blend in the egg and vanilla.
  4. Gradually add in the flour mixture.
  5. Stir in the chocolate chips.
  6. Scoop tablespoonfuls of cookie dough using a cookie or ice cream scoop and place them in your ungreased baking sheet 2 inches apart from each other.
  7. Bake your cookies for 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool them on your baking sheet for 10 minutes then move to a wire rack and cool for another 10 minutes. After cooling, your cookies are ready for snacking!

You can choose to add nuts to your chocolate chip cookies if you prefer.

How To Make Diabetic-Friendly Chocolate Chip Cookies

Get your sweet fix with this quick, easy, and sugar-free chocolate chip cookies recipe that serves rich and buttery chocolate chip cookies carefully baked for the perfect texture and consistency of your favorite baked snack.

Prep: 15 mins

Cooling Time: 20 mins

Cook: 10 mins

Total: 45 mins

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Ingredients

  • 2¼ cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 cup sugar-free chocolate chips
  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • ½ cup Splenda brown sugar blend, packed
  • 1 cup Splenda sweetener, granulated
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet in a baking pan.

  2. In a medium-sized bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, and salt. Whisk together then set aside.

  3. In another mixing bowl, combine the softened butter, brown sugar, and granulated sweetener until light and fluffy. Blend in the egg and vanilla.

  4. Gradually add in the flour mixture.

  5. Stir in the chocolate chips.

  6. Scoop tablespoonfuls of cookie dough using a cookie or ice cream scoop and place them in your ungreased baking sheet 2 inches apart from each other.

  7. Bake your cookies for 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool them on your baking sheet for 10 minutes then move to a wire rack and cool for another 10 minutes. After cooling, your cookies are ready for snacking!

Recipe Notes

You can choose to add nuts to your chocolate chip cookies if you prefer.

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Nutrition

  • Calcium: 4mg
  • Calories: 125kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 16g
  • Cholesterol: 9mg
  • Fat: 7g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Iron: 1mg
  • Potassium: 14mg
  • Protein: 1g
  • Saturated Fat: 2g
  • Sodium: 93mg
  • Sugar: 7g
  • Vitamin A: 226IU

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What are the best sugar-free chocolate chips that I can use?

When looking for sugar-free chocolate chips to use in making your next dessert, look for those with sweeteners that give your desired amount of sweetness, and have no aftertaste. Examples of sweeteners are monk fruit, maltitol, erythritol, stevia, and chicory root fiber. Another is allulose that’s recommended to diabetics because it doesn’t affect the blood sugar and is anti-inflammatory.

What other cookies are good for diabetics?

You have many sugar-free dessert options but we know that cookies are so great to munch on! Besides chocolate chip cookies you can go for almond flour cookies, chocolate peanut butter cookies, coconut macaroons, and holiday cookies. You can try our very own sugar-free Snickerdoodle Cookies and Pineapple Bars for different flavors of this addictive dessert.

Diabetes-Friendly Desserts | Martha Stewart

It’s a common misconception that people with diabetes can’t eat dessert. No matter if you have Type 1, a chronic condition in which the body produces little to no insulin, or Type 2, a chronic condition in which the body resists the effects of insulin or doesn’t produce enough, diabetics can eat anything they want, so long as they do so in moderation. This is key since carbohydrates, like starches and sugars, are the main contributor to glucose response, so it’s important to be mindful about what you’re consuming.

That being said, it’s important to understand what diabetes really is in order to manage it properly. “Diabetes is a result of inadequate insulin and is not caused by too much sugar,” says Amanda Kirpitch, nutrition and diabetes educator and owner and founder of Nutrition Perspective. “Diabetes-friendly foods are choices that taste good and [provide nutrition] without the frustration that comes with an unexpected glucose response.” All types of foods can be incorporated into diets for people with diabetes. “Combining carbohydrates with protein and fat, as well as choosing higher fiber carbohydrate sources, can produce a more modest rise in glucose that is easier to match to the body’s natural insulin or medications,” says Kirptich. She suggests adding nut butters or higher fat dairy to balance out a quicker rising refined carbohydrate choice, or simply go with more natural sugars that are easier on the body—like in our Dark Chocolate Walnut Date Bar found in the slides ahead.

A delicious, easy-to-make recipe that’s also easy on the body’s glucose response is Dark Chocolate Dipped Cherries, pictured here. Dr. Ileana Vargas, MD, MS assistant professor of pediatrics pediatric endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism at Columbia University Medical Center, recommends this sweet treat and others like it. “Dark chocolate covered berries and nuts [are a great choice] for both [types of diabetes] because the nuts have Omega 3’s…the dark chocolate has antioxidants and the berries are lower glycemic types of foods. They have more fiber, so they’re friendly for both [types of diabetes],” she says.

When in doubt, a go-to way to have better blood sugars and still eat what you want is to monitor your portion sizes. Both Dr. Vargas and Kirpitch recommend splitting a dessert with a friend. That way you can still eat what it is you’re really craving, but you’re limiting the carbohydrate intake. Ahead, find desserts that feature a more diabetes-friendly approach thanks to a combination of fiber, fats, carbohydrates, and other nutritious components.

90,000 How to find sweet and healthy cookies. Treats for those who care about their health

If you are reading these lines, then you belong to the category of those advanced people who realized that taking care of your health and enjoying food is real. Moreover, this is normal and is beyond doubt for many people. The main thing is to find the product that suits you. We will try to help with the choice by talking about the main types of healthy cookies and their manufacturers.

What are the usual substitutes for sugar and flour

Today there is a huge selection of dietary baked goods – namely sugar-free cookies, gluten-free baked goods, lean products without sugar, etc. These types of treats are suitable for people who have to exclude sweets or gluten-containing foods from their diet. The following popular substitutes are currently in use:

  • Fructose is a sugar substitute made from berries or fruits. Fructose-based cookies are an excellent dietary product.
  • Sorbitol is also a sugar substitute, approved for diabetics. Sorbitol-based cookies can be used for diabetes.
  • Stevia – tropical plant, sweet taste, used instead of sugar; when added to food, it protects the body from harmful effects, regulates metabolism.
  • Amaranth – a representative of cereals, used as flour; for humans it is useful for its nutritional properties, cookies made from amaranth flour contain lysine (amino acid), is an immunostimulant.
  • Jerusalem artichoke – rich in vitamins and minerals (potassium, magnesium), able to lower cholesterol; can be used as a sweetener or flour alternative.

Diet foods may differ in composition by the type of flour from which they are baked. It can be oatmeal, buckwheat, flaxseed flour with the addition of sesame, and others. Manufacturers include dietary ingredients in their products, intelligently combining their beneficial properties.

Producers of useful products

You may have decided to limit sweets in your diet to avoid gaining weight, you have diabetes, or you exercise.In any case, now you can not deprive yourself of sweets. In Russia, a huge number of different types of confectionery are made, which are not only possible, but also useful to add to your menu. Such baked goods do not contain sugar:

  • Diabetic biscuits based on fructose of the Avangard company (St. Petersburg) are widely represented on store shelves or in catalogs of online stores. The company produces products with sorbitol (suitable for people with diabetes), gluten-free and sugar-free cookies.
  • The Petrodiet Company (St. Petersburg) manufactures and supplies dietetic and diabetic products using fructose and sorbitol. For example, cookies “Petrodiet” on fructose from whole grain oat flour are enriched with a complex of vitamins, beta-carotene, dietary fiber, antioxidants.
  • You can enjoy and benefit from baking on fructose from the Khlebny Spas company (Moscow), which, for example, makes dietary cookies without sugar (on fructose). The company’s products are fortified, contain microelements, have medicinal and prophylactic properties.
  • Manufacturer “McMaster” (Moscow) has long been known in the market of dietary products. The company produces a wide range of specialty products, including gluten-free diet biscuits.

The selection of manufacturers is large, this is just a small fraction for quick reference. It is important for us that you choose the product and the company that will satisfy all your requirements.

Products from the Zdorovka company

The Zdorovka company is focused on people who prefer a healthy and active lifestyle.We take care of our customers, follow the market novelties and always strive to offer our customers something new.

Another novelty from the Zdorovka company – shortbread cookies “Smart Sweets” (“McMaster”) without sugar with amaranth flour and the same cookies with cocoa. These treats use stevioside and isomalt instead of sugar, and do not contain gluten.

Look for delicious healthy products on the shelves of shops in the city and be healthy!

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Life in a big city dictates its own rules.Work, home, everyday life, rest, entertainment, communication with friends – you want to have time for everything and squeeze the maximum out. To do this, a successful person strives to optimize time and plans every day. Home delivery service will help you save a couple of hours. This service is truly unique. It frees you from having to spend time visiting the supermarket.

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The weekly grocery shopping in a large supermarket takes half a day off.One department, another, queues for bulk goods and at the checkout, checking the expiration dates and sales, the sluggishness of the staff – all this takes up a lot of time that could be devoted to family or to spend with friends.

Delivery in Rostov is carried out by the courier of the Produktoff online store. It is very easy to choose the necessary goods: you have a convenient catalog at your disposal, where each item is supplied with a photo and description. To place an order, you need to add the desired products to the basket online.The store manager will collect the order, and the courier will bring the order to the specified address: home or office.

Not every supermarket can boast a good selection of meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, fresh baked goods and other products. While in the online store Productoff it is easy to order online not only the usual grocery basket, but also exclusive commodity items. Without exaggeration, this is a huge virtual hypermarket of goods with a colossal assortment of everything you need.Not only food products are available to order, but also:

  • Household chemicals and related products;
  • animal feed;
  • cosmetics;
  • goods for children: baby food, diapers, napkins;
  • household goods.

In addition to saving time and effort when ordering products through an online store, you protect yourself from fraud. Almost every buyer has been in a situation when the cashier has deliberately or accidentally cheated him, the seller at the grocery market weighs him down.Agree, it is unpleasant to be deceived. An online store reduces such risks to zero.

Productoff online store guarantees the quality of products, high level of service and saves you time!

Biscuits for diabetics: recommendations and recipes

Sweets for diabetes: what to choose in the store

Sweets for diabetics can be bought in the store in special sections (photo: vodovoz.ru)

Unfortunately, all the usual sweets, pastries, cakes and pastries are strictly contraindicated in diabetes.But what if it is impossible to resist the desire to enjoy dessert? It turns out that even a diabetic can enjoy sweet and delicious desserts that are allowed for this disease. Diabetic candy, cookies, baked goods, and other sweets can be purchased at specialty stores or prepared at home.

When choosing sweets, it is imperative to study the composition of the product. If it has a lot of fats, calories or contains preservatives, then it is better to refuse to purchase.

If the store does not have a diabetic section, you can buy biscuits or savory crackers. There is very little sugar in these types of cookies, but this does not mean that you can eat as much as you want. Cookie dough is made from wheat flour and excessive consumption will cause blood glucose to rise.

It is forbidden for diabetics to consume regular oatmeal cookies from the store. Despite the fact that healthy oat flour is used in its preparation, a large amount of sugar is added to the dough.Therefore, the best oatmeal cookies for diabetes are home-made.

See also: Recipes for tasty and harmless pastries for type 2 diabetes

Healthy homemade cookies

You can make cookies useful for diabetics at home (photo: domovouyasha.ru)

The best option for a diabetic is to make cookies yourself. In this case, the person knows what ingredients he adds to the dough and can be sure that its use will not harm.

Before starting any baking, a diabetic must remember some rules:

  • Baking should be made of rye, buckwheat or oatmeal flour. It is also beneficial to use lentil flour for diabetes. Delicious and original cookies will turn out if you mix several types of flour. It is forbidden to add potato or corn starch to the dough. These products are harmful and can negatively affect the patient’s condition.
  • Sugar is the most important ingredient in sweet baked goods.Sweeteners are added to baked goods and cookies approved for type 2 diabetics. Stevia is considered the safest sweetener. It is a natural substitute that has practically no calories and is harmless to the patient’s body. Fructose is often used during baking. Products with this substitute for type 1 and type 2 diabetes should be eaten in limited quantities.
  • If you need to prepare filling for pies or add some ingredients to the dough, then you need to choose only foods that are allowed for diabetes – vegetables, herbs, unsweetened fruits and berries, citrus fruits, boiled eggs, lean meat or fish, cottage cheese, cheese, milk or kefir.It is allowed to add a small amount of dried fruits or walnuts to the dough.
  • It is not advisable to add raw eggs to the dough. But, if this is not possible, then you need to reduce the number of eggs to a minimum.
  • Butter must be replaced with low-fat margarine. Fat should be present in a minimum amount – two tablespoons for making a serving of cookies will be enough. For diabetics, margarine can be replaced with regular applesauce.

See also: Recipes for diabetics to help lower blood sugar

Recipes for delicious cookies for diabetes

There are a huge number of baking recipes for diabetics (photo: pixel.nymag.com)

A disease such as diabetes mellitus prohibits the use of many products, including sweet baked goods. Sugar negatively affects the body of diabetics, and its uncontrolled use can bring serious problems. For such patients, there are safe sweets. They are prepared on the basis of sugar substitutes and the recipes contain only ingredients permitted for diabetes. It is safer to make your own sweets. Homemade cookies for diabetics are not only tasty, but also healthy.It does not raise blood glucose or add extra pounds. See below for recipes for diabetes.

Oatmeal cookies

Oatmeal cookies are very easy and quick to make (photo: socfit.info)

Ingredients:

  • oatmeal half a glass;
  • water half a glass;
  • a mixture of buckwheat, oat and wheat flour in half a glass;
  • vanillin;
  • margarine 1 tbsp. l .;
  • fructose 1 tbsp.l.

Preparation: Mix flour with oatmeal and add margarine and vanillin. Stir the mixture thoroughly. Then gradually add water and fructose. Put parchment paper on the bottom of the baking sheet. Spoon out the dough with a tablespoon. Bake in an oven preheated to 200 degrees Celsius until golden crisp.

You can decorate the finished cookies with shavings of dark diabetic chocolate.

See also: Ways to make sugar-free jam for diabetics

Homemade diabetic cookies

These cookies will not harm diabetes mellitus (photo: multivarenie.ru)

Ingredients:

  • rye flour 1.5 cups;
  • margarine 1.3 cups;
  • sugar substitute 1.3 cups;
  • eggs 2 pcs.;
  • pinch of salt;
  • dark diabetic chocolate.

Preparation: Mix all ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Place parchment on the bottom of the baking dish. Put the future cookies on a baking sheet with a tablespoon. Heat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius and bake for 15-20 minutes.

Sugar cookies

This recipe makes cookies light and aromatic (photo: baker-group.net)

Ingredients:

  • oatmeal half a glass;
  • coarse flour half a glass;
  • water half a glass;
  • fructose 1 tbsp. l .;
  • margarine 150 g;
  • cinnamon.

Preparation: Mix flour, cereals, margarine and cinnamon. Pour water and fructose and mix thoroughly. Prepare a baking sheet. Put baking paper on the bottom, and then spoon out the dough with a spoon. Bake at 200 degrees Celsius until a beautiful golden crust forms.Dried fruits soaked in water are suitable as decoration.

See also: Honey for type 2 diabetes: benefit or harm

Almond cookies

Almond cookies are aromatic with an unusual taste (photo: gurman-bel.ru)

Ingredients:

  • orange 1 pc .;
  • quail eggs 2 pcs .;
  • sweetener 1.3 cups;
  • flour 2 cups;
  • margarine half a pack;
  • baking powder;
  • vegetable oil half a glass;
  • chopped almonds.

Preparation: Soften margarine and mix with vegetable oil and sugar substitute. Beat the mixture with a whisk or mixer. Add eggs and beat again. Mix flour with baking powder and orange zest and add to margarine. Then add the almonds and mix thoroughly. Divide the finished dough into 6 parts, roll them into balls, wrap in foil and put in the refrigerator. When the dough has cooled, cut into small circles. Cover the baking sheet with parchment paper and lay out the dough circles.Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius and bake the cookies for 15 minutes.

Homemade diabetic meringue

The aroma and taste of this meringue will seduce all those with a sweet tooth (photo: ikirov.ru)

Ingredients:

  • 1 egg;
  • salt;
  • fructose 2 tsp;

Preparation: Beat the egg until frothy, salt and add fructose. Pour the mixture into a pastry bag. Put parchment paper at the bottom of the baking sheet and squeeze out small portions of the future meringue.Bake at minimum temperature until tender.

See also: Is it possible to eat dried fruits for diabetics

Cookies with nuts

Cookies with nuts will not harm diabetes (photo: gotovim-doma.ru)

Ingredients:

  • Hercules flakes 0.5 cups;
  • a mixture of oatmeal, buckwheat, wheat flour, 0.5 cups each;
  • water 0.5 cups;
  • margarine 2 tbsp. l .;
  • walnuts 100 g;
  • fructose 2 h.l.

Preparation: To make oatmeal cookies, you need to chop the nuts and mix them with the flakes and flour. Then add softened margarine and stir. Dissolve fructose in water and add to the dough. Knead thoroughly. Line a baking sheet with baking paper and use a tablespoon to spread out the dough in the shape of future cookies. Preheat oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Bake until crisp and golden brown.

Biscuits with breadcrumbs

Biscuits with breadcrumbs are a healthy dessert for diabetics (photo: raznoblog.com)

Preparation: chop rye bread crumbs and mix with fructose, vanilla and baking powder (baking powder can be replaced with 1 teaspoon of baking soda). Chop the margarine finely and add to the mixture. Knead until crumbs are formed. Add warm milk. Knead the dough, cover with a towel or napkin and set aside. Pour cranberries with rum and let it brew for 30 minutes. Then pour the rum from a bowl with berries into the dough and continue to knead. Sprinkle cranberries with flour and add to the dough. Make small balls of dough.Cover the baking sheet with parchment and put the balls on it. Cover with a towel, wait 20 minutes. Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Bake the cookies for 40 minutes.

See also: Prunes for diabetes

Chocolate cookies

The taste of this cookie will appeal to all sweet tooths (photo: gastronom.ru)

Ingredients:

  • coarse rye flour 300 g;
  • margarine 50 g;
  • granulated sugar substitute 30 g;
  • vanillin;
  • egg 1 pc.;
  • dark diabetic chocolate 30 g.

Preparation: Mix vanillin and sugar substitute with flour. Grate margarine and add to flour. Grind the mixture. Then add the egg and chocolate chips to the dough. Line a baking sheet with parchment and lay out small portions of the dough with a tablespoon. Bake in the oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 20 minutes.

Sugar-free cookies useful for diabetics are the easiest to prepare, and the recipes contain only foods that are good for diabetes.It turns out the cookies are tasty and light. And if you do not overeat and use it wisely, then such a dessert will never harm a person with high sugar.

See also: Rules for the use of ice cream for diabetics

How to make marshmallows for diabetics can be seen in the video below.

Caloric content Diabetic cookies [Spartacus]. Chemical composition and nutritional value.

Chemical composition and nutritional analysis

Nutritional value and chemical composition

“Diabetic biscuits [Spartak]” .

The table shows the content of nutrients (calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals) per 100 grams of edible part.

Nutrient Number Norm ** % of the norm
in 100 g
% of the norm
100 kcal
100% of the norm
Calories 430 kcal 1684 kcal 25.5% 5.9% 392 g
Proteins 8 g 76 g 10.5% 2.4% 950 g
Fats 18 g 56 g 32.1% 7.5% 311 g
Carbohydrates 65 g 219 g 29.7% 6.9% 337 g

Energy value Diabetic cookies [Spartak] is 430 kcal.

Main source: Internet. More details.

** This table shows the average norms of vitamins and minerals for an adult. If you want to know the norms taking into account your gender, age and other factors, then use the application
“My Healthy Diet”.

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Many more people face diabetes as adults.Many, having heard the diagnosis of diabetes, think that they cannot live without their favorite sweets. Some people impose on themselves the idea of ​​complications that may arise. So what goodies will not harm your health, how to make oatmeal cookies for diabetics at home? For details on all the recipes, see the article.

Sweet – temptation with high sugar

There are so many temptations for diabetics. Candy is everywhere, and colleagues bring in huge quantities of cookies every day.In addition, for any holiday when guests come, it is difficult to prepare sweet dishes for guests. But before you decide to hide from everything and everyone for the holidays, you must understand that being diabetic does not mean that you should give up your favorite traditional foods. Diabetes recipes are very easy to follow – cookies can be made very quickly.

Sweets for the sick

Sweets are believed to be the biggest enemy of diabetics, but diabetes is much more difficult to control than just avoiding sugar.Other carbohydrate-rich foods, such as mashed potatoes or chocolate waffles, can cause your blood sugar to spike. It’s important to keep track of the amount of carbs you eat, not what form they are in. The fat found in most meals should also be kept to a minimum.

You should eat a healthy and balanced diet – foods low in saturated fat. Food allows you to get enough fiber and complex carbohydrates. Sweet for diabetics is prepared without sugar, and it tastes differently.Quick sweets are prepared that are suitable for diabetics.

  • Biscuit oatmeal, very tasty and harmless

Oatmeal cookies for diabetics – tasty and unusual. It goes well with fructose, and outwardly cannot be distinguished from the usual. Oatmeal cookies are easy to prepare and do not require special culinary skills, the recipe is simple. In terms of usefulness, cookies are better than any second course.

Ingredients for the recipe:

  1. 2 eggs.
  2. One-third cup of fructose.
  3. 100 g margarine.
  4. 2 cups oatmeal.
  5. A pinch of salt.
  6. Vanillin.
  7. 1 teaspoon baking powder.

Oatmeal cookies healthy and easy to prepare

Preparation

Margarine is mixed with fructose and two yolks. Add oats and baking powder. The protein is mixed with vanilla and salt. Add the flakes to the mixture and stir slowly. Bake the cookies on baking paper, which is placed on a baking sheet.The dough is spread over the paper using two teaspoons that make small piles. Bake the cookies for 15 minutes at 180 degrees. They are soft, then crispy. If you make a thick dough, the inside of the cookie will remain soft.

  • Sweet rye flour

Diabetic cookies can actually be easily made from familiar ingredients. Only harmful ones need to be eliminated, but they are not so often used in making homemade cookies.Rye flour lovers shouldn’t give up on this ingredient, but the recipe for cookies made from this flour is different.

Ingredients:

  1. 300 g rye flour.
  2. 1 teaspoon of salt.
  3. 1 teaspoon baking powder.
  4. 2 tablespoons fructose sweetener.
  5. 100 g margarine.
  6. 150 ml of milk.
  7. 1 teaspoon baking powder.

Preparation

Mix flour, salt, baking powder and fructose, add margarine and milk.The dough is kneaded until soft and smooth. Leave in the refrigerator for an hour. Roll out to a thin crust, remove the lumps with a fork and cut into rhombuses. Bake at 180 degrees in a greased skillet until golden brown. Diabetes mellitus cookies are allowed to be mixed with special chocolate for diabetics, they are tasty and easy to prepare.

  • Gingerbread for the sick

Diabetic cookies cannot be imagined without gingerbread. They have the same preparation method, but with the addition of fructose to the composition.Diabetics eat only permitted food, and gingerbread is ideally included in the list of allowed delicacies.