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We've got the perfect collection for all you chocoholics out there! With 20 Diabetes-Friendly Chocolate Dessert Recipes, there's everything from cookies, to cakes, to pies! That means, whether you like just a bit of chocolate in your dessert, or you like to go all out with as much of the chocolately-goodness as you can get, there's a can't-resist recipe on this list for everyone!
You're going to love #1 in our chocolate dessert recipes! Now that you've got this recipe for Chocolate Chip Mug Cake, you can justify digging into a chocolate cake all by yourself. That's 'cause this chocolate cake is just for one! Oh, and we haven't even mentioned the best part yet...it's ready in less than 5 minutes!
Can the words "chocolate" and "spa" be used in the same sentence? Of course they can! And topping each serving of our Chocolate Spa Cake with a spoonful of light whipped topping or low-fat yogurt and fresh berries is, well, the icing on the cake!
There's no need to wait 'til the holidays to enjoy the flavors of a traditional spice cake. Instead, throw together our Ginger Spice Chocolate Cookies. They have all the same warming spices you remember, with the added bonus of cocoa powder and chocolate chips.
Take your taste buds on a heavenly ride with our recipe for Heavenly Chocolate Cake. Your gang will love the tasty combination of chocolate cake with a surprising creamy layer at the bottom. Don't be surprised if they ask you to make this diabetic-friendly chocolate cake at all your get-togethers!
Layers upon layers of creamy chocolate pudding, whipped topping and melt-in-your-mouth chocolate mint patties...sure sounds like something you wouldn't expect to find as one of our diabetes-friendly chocolate dessert recipes. But no worries... 'cause our Test Kitchen tweaked this scrumptious treat, and now you can enjoy it too!
The classic combo of peanut butter and chocolate come together in these Peanut Butter Lava Cupcakes. They'll soon become a favorite of the whole family, whether or not they are on a diabetes diet!
Every once in a while, you just need a piece of Really Good Chocolate Cake. Well, have no fear, because the Test Kitchen has come up with a diabetes-friendly recipe that will let you indulge your sweet tooth every once in a while.
Make everybody's favorite sweet treat in your slow cooker! With our diabetic-friendly recipe for Slow Cooker Fudge you can indulge without worry. Rich and chocolaty, this easy fudge recipe will definitely delight everyone who tries it.
We dare you to resist our Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Squares! These light cheesecake brownies are big on rich taste but are made from lighter ingredients, so go ahead and indulge!
A sweet treat can be part of a healthy diet on occasion. How about trying these Berry Chocolate Cupcakes the next time you're in the mood for something sweet? We're pretty sure they'll become one of your favorite easy low-carb chocolate dessert recipes.
Serve these melts-in-your-mouth cookies with a mug of your favorite beverage and you've got a match made in dessert heaven. These Chocolate Almond Meringue Cookies come from "The Budget-Friendly Fresh and Local Diabetes Cookbook" and are absolutely delicious!
Discover lots of chocolate-cherry goodness in our recipe for Chocolate Cherry Cola Poke Cake. This super moist chocolate cake is made with some shortcut, sugar-free ingredients, so you can treat yourself to a slice without feeling any guilt. You'll love every decadent bite!
Our Bottomless Chocolate Chip Cheesecake is a diabetes delight. We save you unnecessary calories and carbs by making it crustless! But don't worry, it's so creamy and delicious, you won't even know it's missing!
Not a chocoholic? No problem! Our version of lightened up Chocolate Chip Blondies will have all the vanilla fans asking for more. Whole wheat flour, brown sugar and honey round out the flavors of this guilt-free goody that's as easy to make as it is to eat!
Looking for a lighter alternative to cheesecake? Our Chocolate Chip Cheese Squares start with a light and fluffy base made from reduced-fat cream cheese and reduced-fat sour cream. Cocoa powder and chocolate chips take them over the edge.
Need a dessert for a special occasion? Our Chocolate Dessert Shells are not only a super diabetes dessert recipe, they are super easy, too! Just three ingredients are all that's needed to wow your guests!
If you're looking for the ultimate dessert presentation, make this Chocolate Peanut Butter Trifle in parfait glasses so the decadent layers can win you loads of raves!
We've gone crazy for cocoa by combining sugar-free chocolate fudge pudding mix, sugar-free chocolate drink mix and mini chocolate chips and placing it all in a sugar-free chocolate cookie pie crust. It doesn't get much better than that! Is it any wonder why this creamy pie made our list of chocolate dessert recipes?
Our light version of Creamy Chocolate Pie is good as is, or you may want to toss on some fresh raspberries, or a dollop of low-fat whipped topping with a few sprinkles to give it a "wow" finishing touch.