Butter-Rum Oatmeal Cookies
This soft, eggless cookie makes a delightful snack -- especially with a glass of cold milk or a hot cup of tea.
Calories: 67 per cookieView the Recipe
Carbs: 12 g per cookie
Berry Pudding Cake
The "cake" top bakes while the berries bubble in their own juicy sweetness underneath.
Calories: 141 per cakeView the Recipe
Carbs: 26 g per cake
Chocolate and mint make the perfect dessert duo -- one's indulgent while the other's refreshing!
Calories: 54 per servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 9 g per serving
This classic cookie recipe gets a new twist with the addition of peanuts, currants, and cranberries. To make the cookie dough a little firmer and easier to drop, chill it for up to an hour.
Calories: 96 per cookieView the Recipe
Carbs: 13 g per cookie
Strawberry Cream Pie
In the mood for an elegant dessert? Try this creamy mousse of pureed fresh strawberries, fluffy egg whites, gelatin, and whipped topping surrounded by delicate ladyfingers. Don't have fresh strawberries? Frozen works as well.
Calories: 130 per servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 22 g per serving
There's nothing like this old-fashioned apple dessert to top off a good home-cooked meal.
Calories: 142 per 1/2-cup servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 24 g per 1/2-cup serving
Black Forest Trifle
Sugar-free cake and pudding mixes are the secrets to this winning Summer Fruit Dessert entry from Des Moines resident Suellen Calhoun. The cherry-studded delight is so luscious no one will ever guess it's low enough in calories, fat, and carbs to fit into a diabetic meal plan.
Calories: 102 per 2/3-cup servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 22 g per 2/3-cup serving
This refreshing fruit dessert can be made with fresh or frozen peaches and raspberries. To cut the calories and carbs even more, you can use the sugar substitute option.
Calories: 150 per servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 28 g per serving
Crisp Spice Cookies
The word "gossamer" refers to something light and delicate, and aptly describes these crisp, paper-thin cookies of northern European descent.
Calories: 50 per cookieView the Recipe
Carbs: 8 g per cookie
These tiny jam-filled tidbits are a festive addition to a holiday buffet table or cookie tray and just good enough to stick around for any special occasion.
Calories: 60 per cookieView the Recipe
Carbs: 7 g per cookie
A devil's food souffle seems altogether too sinful to appear on a diabetic menu, but things aren't always as they seem. Plus, this recipe is pretty simple, which means you don't have to spend hours slaving over it.
Calories: 109 per souffleView the Recipe
Carbs: 9 g per souffle
Berries with Custard Sauce
We lightened traditional custard by decreasing egg yolks and thickening with cornstarch. The result? A mouthwatering oh-so-creamy dessert.
Calories: 132 per servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 23 g per serving
Who says nachos have to involve cheese and jalapenos? We took this favorite recipe to a sweet place using apples and whole-wheat tortillas. Baking the tortilla wedges in muffin cups produces a curled chip that's perfect for scooping.
Calories: 133 for 3 chips and 1/2 cup of the apple mixtureView the Recipe
Carbs: 30 g for 3 chips and 1/2 cup of the apple mixture
Cherry-Chocolate Bread Pudding
Chocolate and cherries are a delicious addition to basic bread pudding. And, we've added another twist by using whole grain bread, which produces a heartier pudding.
Calories: 148 calories per servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 25 g per serving
The filling in this low-fat dessert tastes deceivingly rich. Fat-free cream cheese is the key. For a pretty finish, arrange the nectarines or peaches and blueberries in a pinwheel design before glazing with the apricot spread.
Calories: 140 calories per sliceView the Recipe
Carbs: 23 g per slice
Choose-a-Fruit Tropical Sherbet
Whether you make it mango, kiwifruit, or papaya, unflavored gelatin and buttermilk give this sherbet its smooth texture while keeping the fat and calories per serving low.
Calories: 90 per 1/2-cup servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 21 g per 1/2-cup serving
Roasted Mangoes with Brown Sugar Topping
Prepare the brown sugar topping up to one day ahead and refrigerate until baking time. Serve the mangoes warm topped with dollops of fat-free ice cream. Use big spoons to scoop out the tender sweet pulp.
Calories: 106 per servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 26 g per serving
Gingered Shortcake Bites
Crystallized ginger is gingerroot that's been simmered in syrup and coated with sugar. Look for it in your supermarket's produce or spice section.
Calories: 83 per cookieView the Recipe
Carbs: 14 g per cookie
Creamy Lime Mousse
Thanks to light sour cream and light dessert topping this citrus sensation tastes rich and creamy but has only 2 grams of fat per serving.
Calories: 112 per 1/2-cup servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 4 g per 1/2-cup serving
Very-Cherry Peach Cobbler
This recipe uses a tender biscuitlike topper to set off the ripe, juicy peaches and dark sweet cherries in this top-notch dessert.
Calories: 142 per 3/4-cup servingView the Recipe
Carbs: 25 g per 3/4-cup serving
Lemon-Mousse Topped Gingersnaps
Whether you want to make a presentation of your dessert or just have fun with it, these lemon-mousse topped cookies offer a way to be creative with your food. Another time, use mandarin orange sections or fresh raspberries in place of the kumquats or orange peel.
Calories: 42 per cookieView the Recipe
Carbs: 8 g per cookie
Creamy Fruit Morsels
During early spring, make these fruity bites with strawberries and kiwifruit. As the weather turns warmer, expand to include fresh summer fruits, such as dark sweet cherries, figs, or apricots.
Calories: 17 per morselView the Recipe
Carbs: 2 g per morsel
Grilled Gingered-Melon Kabobs
While this recipe calls for honeydew and cantaloupe, other varieties of melon, such as Persian or crenshaw, also taste terrific in these gingered skewers.
Calories: 97 per kabobView the Recipe
Carbs: 25 g per kabob
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