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Deliciously Diabetic-Friendly: Indulge in our Cheesecake Salad Recipe for Type 2 Diabetes

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Make this simple cheesecake salad for a better quality of life living with Diabetes 2. 


Discover a flavorful twist on this diabetes-friendly dessert: Easy and Delicious 'Fruit' Salad Recipe for Managing Type 2 Diabetes and Improving Your Quality of Life. 



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"Welcome to, Your Partner in Medication-Free Type 2 Diabetes Management 


At, we are dedicated to empowering you to lead a higher quality of life while effectively managing Type 2 diabetes without medication.   When I received my initial diagnosis, I opted for a medication-free approach, only to encounter frustration due to the scarcity of guidance available. For the doctors, the convenience of a prescription seemed to overshadow exploring alternative paths. 


Through ongoing research, experiments, and dedicated efforts, I've successfully achieved a medication-free life with Type 2 diabetes and maintain a 6.1 A1C. This recipe has become my go-to solution for quick, colourful, tasty, and Type 2 diabetes-friendly desserts.  


Join us on the journey to better health and diabetes management at by giving this recipe a try, and as always, we are available at any time to help you.  Why not give us a shout today? 



This salad is a mixture of simple fruit mixed with whipped cream or yogurt.  


The family is coming over for dinner and always wonders what they will be served.  My extended family is from South America and loves their sweets.  This type 2 diabetes fruit salad suits their palate and is suitable for helping me keep my blood sugar low living with type 2 diabetes. 


Give this recipe a go toward a better quality of life living with type 2 diabetes. 



At, we aim to make your life easier and better for living with type 2 diabetes.  Here are some tips to help you accomplish that while making a delicious dessert. 

  • Do not pour all the cream or yogurt into the cream cheese simultaneously. It will go clumpy; no matter how long you beat it, it will stay that way.  


  • If the cream cheese and pudding mix gets too thick, add a little cream or yogurt to loosen it up. Then, proceed with the recipe. 


  • You can make this recipe ahead by combining the cheesecake mixture in one bowl and combining the fruit in a separate bowl, covering both and sticking both in your refrigerator.  



  • 240 – 250 ml package of cream cheese. 

  • 120 ml package of instant, unprepared cheesecake pudding mix. 

  • 240 ml French liquid Vanilla Creamer. 

  • 500 g. of fresh or frozen strawberries 

  • Four peeled and sectioned mandarins. 

  • 500 ml can of drained pineapple tidbits. 

  • Three kiwis peeled and cut into half-moons. 

  • Two mangoes, cut into bite-size pieces.  

One banana, cut into coin-sized pieces. 

  • Juice of 1/2 lemon 


If I am missing something from the above list, I substitute it with what I have in my refrigerator, which works great.  And they will for you, too.  This is not about making the “perfect” dessert; this is about a tasty dessert that is good for lowering your blood sugar leading to a better quality of life living with type 2 diabetes. 



  • Break down the cream cheese with an electric hand mixer or horsepower and a spatula until it becomes smooth. I should have mentioned; have your cream cheese at room temperature.  


  • Add the dry pudding mix. Mix until well combined. If the mixture is too thick, add a little creamer to loosen it up. 


  • Slowly add the remaining creamer to the cream cheese mix, about one tablespoon at a time. Mix until all the creamer is combined and smooth.   


  • Combine all the fruit except the banana and lemon juice in a separate bowl. 


  • In a separate bowl, combine the banana and lemon juice. Mix carefully until the banana coins are well coated, then drain any excess lemon juice.  


  • Gently fold the banana mixture into the cheesecake salad. Boy, getting close to having your dessert will help lower your blood sugar, leading to a better quality of life living with type 2 diabetes. 


  • Stick the whole mix into the refrigerator for 20 – 30 minutes, and then enjoy this deliciously diabetic-friendly cheesecake salad. 



At, Type 2 diabetes isn't just a topic; it's our daily life. Our mission is to help you achieve a better quality of life with Type 2 diabetes, all without relying on medication. Having learned valuable lessons since our initial diagnosis, we're here and ready to assist you every step of the way. 


Experience type 2 diabetes support at Give us a shout to help you navigate your journey to a healthier and happier life living with Type 2 diabetes." 


Best wishes... 

Vancouver, BC, Canada 

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