6 Healthy Bake Sale Recipes
With their hidden calories and carbs, items at bake sales can be bad news for people with diabetes. Whether you’re organizing a bake sale of your own or just doing some baking, try these diabetes-friendly desserts and snacks. Customers won’t be able to resist our lighter versions of bake sale favorites wrapped up in festive packaging for a new look on the sale table.
Healthy Ideas Made Easy
Who says bake sales can’t be healthy? Our recipes are lower in calories and carbs than the standard bake sale options, so your customers—and you—can feel free to indulge!
Mint Cream-Filled Chocolate Cupcakes
Make decadent dark chocolate cupcakes filled with minty whipped dessert topping. Our recipe uses buttermilk for a protein boost and skips the frosting in favor of a cute dollop of chocolate and a piece of mint candy.
Cherry-Berry Banana Bread
Our low-fat banana bread’s spring makeover adds whole grains and bright fruit for more flavor and nutrition. Customers can enjoy half of a small loaf for only 135 calories and 22 grams of carb per serving.
Five ingredients are all you need to mix low-calorie refreshments for your bake sale customers. Dress up the cheery berry coolers using scraps of fabric and canning jars for a sparkling drink with a bonus takeaway glass.
Nutty Raspberry Crispy Treats
Trade in the traditional dessert bars for this healthier recipe that uses a mixture of whole grain brown rice crisp cereal and rolled oats. Freeze-dried raspberries and sliced almonds give the treat flavor and crunch.
Caramel-Cheese Crazy Corn
This snack satisfies sweet and savory cravings all in one! Start with low-fat butter-flavor popcorn to lighten up the recipe.
Chocolate Chip-Almond Biscotti
These darling packaged biscotti are sure to sell well at your bake sale. One chocolaty, almond-studded bar contains just 84 calories, 3 grams of fat, and 13 grams of carb.