If you’re managing diabetes or cooking for friends or family who do, it doesn’t mean giving up flavorful Thanksgiving desserts this November. With some slight tweaks, the right portions and some spice, a diabetic Thanksgiving dessert recipe doesn’t have to sacrifice flavor or tradition. Use this list of diabetic Thanksgiving dessert recipes to end your feast on a sweet note.
This light and creamy custard combines the wintery spice of nutmeg and a hint of maple syrup for a dessert that’s wonderfully flavorful! Fat-free half-and-half and cholesterol-free egg substitute are used to reduce the calorie count. A hint of vanilla gives this custard a subtle sweet, smoky flavor. This custard contains just 67 calories per serving and could be served in a portion-controlled ramekin. Get the recipe.