Diabetic Cake Mix Recipes
When it comes to baking mixes, you don't have to feel boxed in. Break the mold with these creative and easy sugar-free cake, brownie, and pudding mix recipes.
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Bake Outside the Box
Baking mixes are quick and easy when you need dessert in a pinch, but that doesn’t mean you have to commit to the instructions on the back of the box -- especially if you’re on a diabetes meal plan. Mix it up with one of these creative recipes that start with a simple baking mix and end with a delicious, diabetic dessert.
Chocolate Java Ice Cream Cookies
Sugar-free ice cream nestles between two irresistible mocha cookies in this recipe that begins with a package of sugar-free devil's food cake mix. Sure to be a new family favorite, the yummy twist on an ice cream sandwich boasts only 127 calories per serving.
Plum Pudding Cookies
Use lemon-flavor instant pudding mix to make low-carb cookies packed with healthful dried plums and toasted almonds. Cut 6 calories and 2 grams of carb when you make it with a sugar substitute.
Bananas Foster Pudding Cups
Fresh fruit and nuts boost the nutrients in this light dessert recipe that features sugar-free instant pudding mix, bananas, and chopped pecans. The best part? This recipe is almost as simple as the mix instructions.
Apricot-Ginger-Glazed Pumpkin Snack Cake
Featuring a simple sugar-free yellow cake mix, this recipe gets its warm flavor from a combination of pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg. An apricot-ginger glaze and sprinkling of almonds pull the easy dessert together.
Fresh Berries and Kiwi Icebox Pie
Believe it or not, this fresh-fruit pie begins as a yellow cake mix, and it takes just 20 minutes to put together. Our recipe uses light cream cheese, fat-free whipped dessert topping, and fresh berries and kiwifruit for a healthful diabetic dessert you’re sure to enjoy.
Peach-Cranberry Coffee Cake
Put a breakfast spin on a yellow cake mix. Starring fresh peaches, dried cranberries, and wheat bran, this company-worthy coffee cake is hearty and tasty. The streusel topping can be made with a sugar substitute to cut almost 10 calories per serving.
Pineapple-Cherry Cake Cobbler
Pineapple, pear, and cherries transform this sugar-free yellow cake mix into a more healthful diabetic dessert. Choose a sugar substitute to trim a few calories from each serving.
Brownies on a Stick
A sugar-free brownie mix provides the base for these fun brownie pops. Frost the brownies with a mixture of sugar-free caramel ice cream topping and fat-free whipped dessert topping.