Diabetic Recipes: Our Best Spring Desserts

Brush off the winter blues with refreshing spring desserts that fit into your diabetic diet. Enjoy fresh flavors of the season featuring lemon, strawberry, lime, blueberries, raspberries, and more in dessert favorites from creamy custards to luscious cheesecakes.

Silky Chocolate Pie

The secret to this velvety smooth chocolate lovers' pie is fat-free yogurt. Using plain fat-free Greek-style yogurt, which is commonly found in most grocery stores, will also save you preparation time.

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Lemon Tart with Ginger-Oat Crust

Brighten your day with a company-worthy dessert that will please your taste buds. Use sugar and brown sugar substitutes to lower the carb count to 20 grams per serving.

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Almond Panna Cotta with Blueberry Sauce

Want a truly decadent dessert without the heavy calories or a lot of fuss? This Italian treasure has only 168 calories and 3 grams of fat per serving, plus it's a cinch to make. Go ahead, indulge!

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Berry-Ginger Shortcakes

Boasting a medley of sweet berries, whipped topping, and cakey biscuits, this diabetic dessert doesn't skimp on taste or satisfaction.

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Lemon-Blueberry Angel Cake Dessert

This low-fat, no-bake dessert starts with a purchased angel food cake. And you can enjoy this lemony treat guilt-free -- it has just 100 calories per serving!

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Raspberry-Mint Swirl Cheesecake

The key to this elegant dessert is making yogurt cheese, a simple process that separates the whey by straining yogurt overnight in the refrigerator.

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Chocolate-Mint Cups

These mini pudding parfaits have only 54 calories, 9 grams of carb, and 1 gram of fat per serving. Plus, you can whip them up anytime; just allow 2 hours to chill before serving.

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Flan

You can make this Mexican restaurant favorite at home with just five simple ingredients. Top with fresh fruit or edible flowers for a springtime touch.

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Lemon Souffle Dessert

Serve this light and fluffy souffle at your next brunch and watch your guests fall in love. Don't be surprised if they won't believe it's a diabetic recipe.

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Creamy Lime Mousse

Dress up this smooth and citrusy treat by using stemmed glasses or keep it casual with simple dessert bowls.

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Mini Raspberry Chocolate Tarts

Don't let these dainty delights fool you. Prebaked phyllo shells that are ready to serve make enjoying these flavor favorites --raspberries, chocolate, and almonds -- fast and easy.

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Lemon Cheesecake Mousse

Get your cheesecake fix without the calories and fat, but with all the flavor and delicious bliss. Make ahead for an after-dinner treat.

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May Basket Cupcakes

Make these cute fruit-topped cupcakes with a hint of lime a May Day tradition, or bake and enjoy any time of the year.

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Lemon-Lavender Custards

Fresh, soothing flavors are featured in this elegant custard that boasts only 102 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 18 grams of carb per serving when using a sugar substitute.

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No-Bake Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake

This tempting cheesecake with a graham cracker crust might seem off-limits for a diabetic diet -- but not so! Reduced-fat and fat-free ingredients keep this chocolaty winner under 200 calories, plus it has only 15 grams of carb per serving.

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Berry Phyllo Tarts

Pastry lovers will enjoy our mini tarts filled with good-for-you berries and a creamy dollop of lemon or vanilla yogurt. Made with prebaked phyllo shells, this low-carb dessert is ready to enjoy in just minutes!

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No-Bake Lime Pie

A simple graham cracker crust and easy-prep citrus filling keep you away from the oven so you can get back to the things you love about spring.

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Chocolate-Almond Torte

It's hard to believe this rich, dense chocolate torte is a diabetic recipe that's low in fat, plus it has less than 150 calories and 25 grams of carb per serving. So guilt-free and delicious, all you have to do is enjoy.

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