Low-Carb Desserts From Dietitians
Make Room For Dessert: These 6 Dietitian-Approved Low-Carb Treats Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
Avocado Chocolate Pudding
Registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator Julie Cunningham told POPSUGAR that she likes avocado chocolate pudding as a low-carb dessert. Not only is it delicious since the natural texture of avocado is similar to regular pudding, she said, but "you can feel good about eating avocados. They are high in omega-3 fatty acids, which tend to raise your HDL, or your 'good' cholesterol."
You can try this recipe, with some adjustments. Julie said to make sure you use unsweetened almond milk and a no-carb liquid sweetener like Stevia or monk fruit instead of maple syrup to eliminate carbs. "The amount of liquid sweetener needed might be much smaller than the amount of maple syrup in the recipe, so add slowly and suit your own tastes," she advised.