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Delicious and Healthy Ices and Sorbet Recipes For Diabetics

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Looking for recipes on how to make sorbets and ices? Look no more, you will find here a list of ices recipes that are not only delicious but also healthy and suitable for diabetics.

Pineapple Sorbet

2 tbsp water; 3 tsp gelatin; 225g can pineapple in natural juice, chopped; 3 tbsp fresh orange juice; ground ginger

Put the water in to a heatproof container, sprinkle in the gelatin and leave to soften. Stand the container in a pan of hot water and stir until the gelatin dissolves. Add the gelatin to the canned pineapple and juice and the orange juice. Process in a blender, then pour into a 550ml mould and leave to set in a freezer. Serve sprinkled with ginger.

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Yogurt Orange Ice

150g natural yogurt; 200ml unsweetened orange juice; vanilla essence; orange food coloring

Mix together the yogurt, orange juice and a few drops of vanilla essence and food coloring. Put into a suitable container in a freezer and leave until partially frozen. Beat well, then freeze until firm. Serve with slices of fresh orange.

Orange Sorbet

1 tbsp fructose; 425ml boiling water; 175ml frozen concentrated orange juice, thawed; 2 egg whites

Dissolve the fructose in the boiling water. Add the concentrated orange juice, and mix well. Put in a suitable container in a freezer and remove when on the point of setting. Beat well. Whisk the egg whites until stiff and fold into the iced mixture, then freeze until firm.

Pineapple Boats

1 medium pineapple; 150g natural yoghurt; liquid sweetener

Cut the pineapple in half length ways, scoop out and dice the flesh. Retaining a few pieces to use as decoration, put the pineapple in a suitable container in a freezer, and leave until almost frozen. Remove from the freezer and mix with the yogurt and liquid sweetener. Use to fill the pineapple shells and decorate with the reserved pineapple pieces. Serve immediately.

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Strawberry Ice

3 tbsp water; 3 tsp gelatin; 175g strawberries, hulled; 150g natural yogurt; liquid sweetener

Put the water in a heatproof container, sprinkle in the gelatin and leave to soften. Stand the container in a pan of hot water and stir until the gelatin dissolves. Leave to cool, then add the strawberries, yogurt and liquid sweetener. Sieve or process in a blender. Pour into a suitable container and leave in a freezer until solid.

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