Diabetes-Friendly Pudding with Oats

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pudding with oats

We all love puddings and desserts. Reaching out for a candy bar or bowl of kheer can make any day joyful. But, what if you have diabetes? You cannot and should not eat puddings, according to the doctor’s prescription in case your blood glucose levels are not in normal range. Therefore, we’ve come up with a diabetic friendly pudding with oats, just for you!

At BeatO, we believe in making diabetes an easy journey. Deprivation is not the key. Modify your meals. Tweak your treats.

So if you feel like having a sweet treat, there are many options available. You may have a dried fig or prunes. Cook a milk based pudding in artificial sweetener or try out a quick pudding recipe that may taste delicious and is healthy too.

Diabetes-Friendly Pudding with Oats Recipe

A bowl of chilled dessert with oats will taste awesome on days you crave something sweet.

Ingredients-

  • 1 tsp Chia Seeds
  • 50 ml Coconut Milk or Soy Milk
  • 1 tsp grated coconut
  • 1 tsp cranberries
  • A pinch of cinnamon
  • Oatmeal- 1 tablespoon

diabetes-friendly pudding with oats

How to make a diabetes-friendly pudding with oats-

  • Soak a teaspoon of chia seeds in a glass of water for 30 minutes.
  • After it gels up, add about 50 ml of coconut milk or soy milk (unsweetened) to this.
  • Add a tablespoon of grated coconut and chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  • Add your prepared Oatmeal on top of the mixture.
  • Eat chilled. Sprinkle some cranberries or cinnamon on top for some extra flavour.
  • This can also be made a night before and had as breakfast.

Do not forget to check your sugar levels after this healthy dessert. It will help you in assessing your diabetic situation in a better manner. Diabetic Diet and diabetes educators make a great support team to help you decide what to eat and how to eat.

So get innovative and try out new healthy recipes even if you have diabetes. Eat well, exercise, sleep and rehydrate.  Diabetes management requires you to consult your endocrinologists for medication. Annual screening and follow-up for eyes, dental, foot, skin and kidneys is recommended.

Get the best health advice with BeatO.

We all love puddings and desserts. Reaching out for a candy bar or bowl of kheer can make any day joyful. But, what if you have diabetes? You cannot and should not eat puddings, according to the doctor’s prescription in case your blood glucose levels are not in normal range. Therefore, we’ve come up with a diabetic friendly pudding with oats, just for you!

At BeatO, we believe in making diabetes an easy journey. Deprivation is not the key. Modify your meals. Tweak your treats.

So if you feel like having a sweet treat, there are many options available. You may have a dried fig or prunes. Cook a milk based pudding in artificial sweetener or try out a quick pudding recipe that may taste delicious and is healthy too.

Diabetes-Friendly Pudding with Oats Recipe

A bowl of chilled dessert with oats will taste awesome on days you crave something sweet.

Ingredients :

  • 1 tsp Chia Seeds
  • 50 ml Coconut Milk or Soy Milk
  • 1 tsp grated coconut
  • 1 tsp cranberries
  • A pinch of cinnamon
  • Oatmeal- 1 tbsp

Method:

  • Soak a teaspoon of chia seeds in a glass of water for 30 minutes.
  • After it gels up, add about 50 ml of coconut milk or soy milk (unsweetened) to this.
  • Add a tablespoon of grated coconut and chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  • Add your prepared Oatmeal on top of the mixture.
  • Eat chilled. Sprinkle some cranberries or cinnamon on top for some extra flavour.
  • This can also be made a night before and had as breakfast.

Do not forget to check your sugar levels after this healthy dessert. It will help you in assessing your diabetic situation in a better manner. Diabetic Diet and diabetes educators make a great support team to help you decide what to eat and how to eat.

So get innovative and try out new healthy recipes even if you have diabetes. Eat well, exercise, sleep and rehydrate.  Diabetes management requires you to consult your endocrinologists for medication. Annual screening and follow-up for eyes, dental, foot, skin and kidneys is recommended.

Get the best health advice with BeatO.

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