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Diabetes-Friendly Chocolate Desserts

Love chocolate? With these chocolate diabetic recipes, you can have your cake and eat it, too. And your brownies and cookies and ice cream!

Mocha Angel Cake with Chai-Spiced Cream

Savor the flavors of coffee and tea in this tempting dessert. Espresso coffee powder gives the cake a rich mocha flavor, while the creamy topper boasts six spices that commonly season the Indian tea drink chai.

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Barley-Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Whole wheat flour, rolled oats, barley flour, oat bran, and wheat bran pack these yummy chocolate chip cookies with grainy goodness.

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Mocha Angel Cake with Chai-Spiced Cream

Savor the flavors of coffee and tea in this tempting dessert. Espresso coffee powder gives the cake a rich mocha flavor, while the creamy topper boasts six spices that commonly season the Indian tea drink chai.

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Chocolate Caramel-Peanut Crunch Pie

The classic combo of chocolate and peanut butter gets an extra flavor boost from caramel ice cream topping.

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Chocolate Sherbet

This chocolatey frozen treat makes the perfect light ending to a hearty holiday meal. Don't skimp on chilling time for the whipping cream mixture; it needs to be thoroughly chilled to freeze properly.

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Black Forest Trifle

Sugar-free cake and pudding mixes are the secrets to this delicious layered dessert. The cherry-studded delight is so luscious that no one will ever guess it's low enough in calories, fat, and carbs to fit into a diabetic meal plan.

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Devil's Food Ice Cream Pie

Add the chocolate topping after freezing the pie for the strongest chocolate flavor.

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Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies

When you're in the mood for something sweet, remember these soft and satisfying chocolate chip cookies. You can have one as a treat without derailing your diabetic meal plan.

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Ginger-Spiced Chocolate Cake

No ordinary chocolate cake, this family pleaser gets its exquisite flavor from buttermilk and two kinds of ginger.

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Mocha Custards

If you look forward to a good cup of coffee at the end of a meal, you'll flip over these captivating raspberry-topped custards. There's no reason to resist!

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Banana Brownie Skillet

Mix the dry ingredients for this diabetic-friendly dessert at home and carry the mixture in a resealable plastic bag to your campsite. Then combine the dry and wet ingredients just before cooking.

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Double Cranberry-Chocolate Bread Pudding

This comforting yet calorie-smart bread pudding features two kinds of cranberries and is topped with a deep red cranberry-pomegranate sauce.

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Chocolate-Almond Torte

Unsweetened cocoa powder boosts the chocolate flavor of this elegant dessert without adding a lot of fat and calories.

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Brownie Cookies

Cocoa powder and brown sugar blend to make these easy drop cookies taste like rich brownies. Revisit your childhood and enjoy them with a glass of fat-free milk.

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Rocky Road Parfaits

Sugar-free pudding and light whipped dessert topping make these chocolatey parfaits healthful enough to enjoy often.

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Chocolate Crepes with Banana-Pecan Topping

Grilling the bananas for this luscious dessert brings out their sweetness without adding sugar. The whole wheat flour, cocoa powder, and egg product in the chocolate crepes make them higher in fiber and lower in fat.

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Chocolate-Cream Cheese Cupcakes

Not just for breakfast, granola adds low-fat crunch to the tops of these chocolate cupcakes.

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Ginger-Chocolate Crunch Pumpkin Pie

Here is our basic recipe for a crustless pumpkin pie. You could eat the pie this way, but it's even more delicious -- and so much prettier! -- when you add one of our three toppers.

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No-Bake Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake

Make slicing cheesecake easier by dipping your knife in water between cuts.

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Chocolate-Orange Custards

This intensely chocolatey dessert relies on only 3 tablespoons of added sugar. Use a high-quality chocolate for the best flavor.

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