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Diabetic Brownies & Bars

With some dessert recipes packing outrageous calories and carbs per serving, a satisfying treat might seem impossible to enjoy. Not so! Get ready to indulge your sweet tooth with the best of our brownies and bars that are lower in calories and carbs, easy to make, and so good to eat, you'll never know you're enjoying a diabetic recipe.

Strawberry Fudge Brownies

Studded with strawberries and drizzled with white chocolate, these start-with-a-mix brownies are rich and tasty, and they are easy to make! Plus, each one has just 165 calories.

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Caramel-Cashew Blondies

Indulge in the buttery goodness of blonde brownies for only 26 grams of carb per serving. We topped the bars with cashews, chocolate, and caramel.

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Brownie-Raspberry Tart

This homemade brownie tart makes a fun and clever dessert pizza. Spread our creamy three-ingredient “sauce” onto the chewy brownie “crust,” and adorn with almonds and raspberries.

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Gluten-Free Strawberry Breakfast Bars

A supersweet strawberry filling and crumble topping gives this gluten-free recipe incredible texture and flavor. Serve the low-calorie bars for breakfast or dessert.

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Salted Caramel Blondies

A top layer of crushed potato chips is the salty secret to these low-calorie blondies, also known as butterscotch brownies. We mixed chopped pecans into the batter to give the bars some crunch.

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Tiramisu Brownie Parfaits

Give boxed brownie mix an easy Italian-inspired makeover by soaking the bars in coffee and alternating between layers of creamy frosting. Served in parfait form, the unique dessert is beautiful and a good source of protein.

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Cinnamon Streusel Fresh Apple Bars

An easier, lighter alternative to apple pie, our crumbly apple bars contain just 123 calories and 3 grams of fat per serving.

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Red Velvet Pumpkin Bars

This unexpected red velvet-pumpkin hybrid is so rich and so decadent, you’ll never believe it contains 137 calories per serving. Top each bar with a dollop of fluffy cream cheese frosting.

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Brownies on a Stick

Starting with a brownie mix simplifies this adorable baking project. Ice the easy chocolate dessert with caramel-laced whipped topping and serve on a stick for a creative and low-calorie take on cake pops.

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Orange-Spiced Mini Brownie Cakes

Bake brownies in cupcake form! Greek yogurt filling spiked with shredded orange peel gives this diabetic dessert its citrus flavor and some extra protein.

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Raspberry-Oatmeal Wedges

We sneaked antioxidant-rich raspberries and hearty oats into this decadent fruit dessert. The result? A sweet-tart bar with only 153 calories and 4 grams of fat per serving.

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Apple Spice Bars

Three delicious layers stack up to make one seriously tempting diabetic dessert. We tossed apples and dried cherries with cinnamon, ginger, and cloves for a sweet-and-spicy effect.

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Chocolate Chip Power Bars

Oats, flaxseed, and whole wheat flour form a whole grain triple threat in these chewy breakfast bars. Besides making the bars a good source of protein, peanut butter and chopped walnuts provide sweet, nutty flavor.

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Pumpkin Bars

The winning combination of spiced pumpkin and cream cheese frosting never tasted so good. Our healthier take on the comfort food classic has 90 calories and 11 grams of carb per serving.

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Coconut-Blueberry Cheesecake Bars

For a diabetic dessert that’s sure to please, make melt-in-your-mouth cheesecake bars. We loaded up this low-calorie, low-carb recipe with blueberries, pecans, and flaked coconut.

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Peanut Butter Swirl Chocolate Brownies

Chocolate and peanut butter are an unbeatable duo in these homemade, low-carb brownies. Using a knife, swirl the peanut butter in with the batter to create a gorgeous ribbon effect.

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Cherry-Almond Cheesecake Bars

Subtle hints of almond accented by tart dried cherries star in our low-calorie, low-carb cheesecake bars. We added chopped almonds to the oatmeal crust for a crunchy contrast to the ultra-dense cream cheese layer.

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Cranberry-Oatmeal Streusel Bars

Streusel topping is one of the best parts of any crisp or cobbler. That’s why we made an entire bar out of the crumbly, nutty mixture. Light and sweet and packed with dried cranberries, each bar contains only 23 grams of carb.

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Chocolate-Orange Pistachio Bars

Looking for a unique, diabetes-friendly bar? Two of these chewy treats features fresh orange peel, tender pistachios, and dark chocolate topping, and boasts just 145 calories.

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Chocolate-Drizzled Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bars

A combination of cream cheese and peanut butter lends a fudgelike texture to these chocolate-drizzled bars that are surprisingly low in calories and carbs.

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Layered Brownies

This chocolaty delight features a healthier crust made with quick-cooking rolled oats for a perfect potluck dessert.

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Double Chocolate Brownies

Do you crave chocolate? Chocolate lovers will find these low-calorie brownies high in flavor and a cinch to make in less than 30 minutes.

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Banana Brownie Skillet

Like a banana split in a brownie, this fun spin on everyone's favorite dessert can be grilled in a cast-iron skillet or baked like a traditional brownie.

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Brownie Cookies

Can't decide between a cookie or a brownie? Have both! At 73 calories per serving, these chewy and moist confections are a tasty, low-fat compromise to your dessert dilemma.

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Red Velvet Whoopie Pies

Enjoy fun, retro sandwich cookies made with a combination of light whipped dessert topping and light sour cream. For holidays or special occasions, use food coloring to tint the filling.

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Pick-Me-Up Bars

Forget packaged energy bars made with preservatives and mystery ingredients. Bake up a pan of these all-natural bars featuring fruit juices, applesauce, whole wheat flour, and honey.

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Nutty Carrot Cake Bars

Topped with a rich, velvety frosting made with low-fat vanilla yogurt, light whipped topping, and reduced-fat cream cheese, these low-calorie bars are a must-have dessert everyone will enjoy.

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Carrot-Pumpkin Bars

A hint of lime boosts flavors and adds pizzazz to ordinary pumpkin bars. Make them ahead for easy holiday or party preparation.

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