Being a diabetic patient can be complicated and challenging that too if you are an individual who loves sweets. Sugary food is one of the most desired food in the world. It can be tough for people not to eat such delicacies. Just because a person happens to have diabetes, it is not fair that they don’t get to eat some of the best-tasting food in the world. When we restrict ourselves not to eat anything we tend to eat more. It’s like our brain focuses on the food we tell ourselves not to eat.
Chocolates are one of the food items loved by everyone all around the world from children to older people. It is one thing served at every occasion and festival. From Birthdays to Halloween chocolates are one of the most important things we all love.
Unfortunately, diabetes deals with the increase in the glucose level in the blood and chocolates contain a significant amount of glucose content in it. First, let us understand what diabetes means, it is a condition where the body fails to produce insulin to balance out the glucose produced when the food gets consumed. It is often known as diabetes Mellitus which is a metabolic disease where the glucose level in the blood gets increased. The increase in the glucose level in the blood is mostly due to the inadequate production of insulin to balance out the glucose produced. Diabetes can occur in anyone; our food habits are one of the leading causes of diabetes.
So for people who love chocolates and just cannot restrict themselves from taking a bite from a chocolate bar, the following are some sugar-free chocolate recipes you can try out to experience the same taste more healthily.
- Chocolate Bliss.
- Brownie Cookies.
- Chocolate cookies.
- Double Chocolate soufflé.
Bites of chocolate Bliss:
Just like the name the dish is a bliss to eat. It takes only 20 to 60 minutes to make the entire thing. The things you will need are half a cup of unsweetened cocoa powder, a pinch of salt, half a cup of curd, three egg whites and one tea spoon of vanilla extract. Preheat the oven to 300 Fahrenheit then beat the egg white, and the curd then adds the cocoa powder, vanilla extract, and salt. Bake for 25 minutes for chewy cookies and around 40 minutes for a crispy cookie.
Brownie barn Cookies:
Brownie cookies take very little time to cook. To make brownie cookies, you will need low-fat brownie mix, barn, orange juice, coconut extract and sugar-free sugar if needed. First, you must pre heat the oven to 350 Fahrenheit. Then mix the barn and brownie mix in a bowl and add orange juice and coconut mixture and stir well. Bake for about 12 minutes and your brownie barn cookies are ready.
Double Chocolate soufflé:
To make a Double Chocolate soufflé, you will need unsweetened cocoa powder, fat-free cream, one egg yolk, venial extract, one tea spoon of pastry flour and four egg whites. Pre-heat the oven to 350 Fahrenheit. Mix the egg white and the cream well and add the other ingredients then bake the mix for 30 minutes.