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Apple pie is not only a popular dessert but also an iconic symbol of American culinary culture. Whether enjoyed as a simple homemade treat or a slice from a bakery, apple pie is a comforting and timeless dessert cherished by many. But the question arises- Can you enjoy an apple pie being a person with diabetes? The answer is, yes!

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A diabetes-friendly apple pie is a modified version of the classic apple pie that is designed to have a lower impact on blood sugar levels, making it suitable for individuals with diabetes or those who need to manage their carbohydrate intake.Check out the healthy recipe for you-

Diabetes-friendly No Bake Apple Pie Recipe

Apples are enjoyed by everyone alike. To add on to the cheer, we have a no bake apple pie recipe for you.

Preparation Time- 15 minutes

Cooking Time- 35 minutes

Ingredients

  • Digestive/ Whole Wheat Crackers/Low carb Cheese crackers – 250gms
  • Coconut oil – ½ cup
  • Apple, sliced – 200 gms
  • Cinnamon stick – 1 inch
  • Stevia – ½ tsp
  • Lemon juice – 1
  • Star anise – 1

Method

  • Combine coconut oil and graham crackers with some water in a blender and blend until the mixture is lumpy and sticking together. Lay in a cake tin and allow to sit in the fridge.
  • Heat a non-stick pan and grease with a bit of coconut oil/ vegetable oil.
  • Peel and slice the apple and put it into a thick bottom pan with water stevia, star anise, lemon juice and cinnamon.
  • Cook them until the apples are not completely soft.
  • Lay over the set digestive crust and put it into the fridge for an hour to set.
  • Place the cooked apples over it and garnish with your favourite nuts.

Benefits: This recipe has a moderate amount of carbohydrates and it is a sugar-free alternative to your regular apple pie.

Recommended serving size: 1 slice

Being a person with diabetes, you should always keep the portion in size. Exceeding the portion size recommended by your doctor or health coach can lead to a spike in your blood glucose levels. To be extra careful, you can even do a quick sugar check before and after having the apple pie. It can help you in assessing how it affects your sugar levels.

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