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Indulgence Without Compromise – A Recipe for a tasty dessert Living with Type 2 diabetes. 



Welcome to our diabetes-friendly culinary corner, where we believe in savouring every bite without sacrificing health. In this blog, we delve into a delightful recipe for a peanut butter pie that not only tantalizes the taste buds but also aligns with the dietary considerations of managing Type 2 diabetes. 


Living with diabetes doesn’t mean giving up on the pleasures of food; it means finding creative ways to enjoy flavours while keeping blood sugar levels in check. Our peanut butter pie recipe strikes the perfect balance between indulgence and health consciousness, offering a guilt-free dessert option for those with diabetes. 


As we explore the intricacies of creating this delectable treat, we'll discuss ingredient choices, portion control strategies, and tips for managing glycemic impact. Whether you're a culinary enthusiast or someone looking for delicious yet diabetic-friendly recipes, this blog aims to inspire and empower you to enjoy food responsibly while maintaining optimal health. 


Join us on this flavorful journey as we blend the rich creaminess of peanut butter with diabetes-friendly ingredients, creating a dessert that's sure to be a hit at your next gathering or simply as a satisfying treat for yourself. Let's dive in and discover how to indulge in the sweetness without compromising the goal of living a better quality of life living with diabetes. 


Let’s dive into making this great dessert. 




The original recipe called for 1.5 cups of white sugar.  For all with Diabetes, switch to your favourite alternate sweetener.  Six teaspoons is sufficient for me. 


  • 125 grams of cream cheese at room temperature 

  • 225 grams of Cool Whip  

  • 125 grams of peanut butter 

  • One Graham Cracker Crust.  You can always buy the pre-made pie crusts or make your own with the simple recipe below. 




  1. Mix together the sweetener, peanut butter and cream cheese in a bowl. If you use a mixer, use a slow speed and mix until smooth. 

  1. Fold in the Cool Whip, and do not overmix. 

  1. Pour into crusts and chill in the fridge for about 30 minutes. 


It is that simple, and you will be able to enjoy your treat in a short time. 











  • 170 grams of Graham Crackers pulverized in a food processor or with a rolling pin.   

  • 1 teaspoon of sweetener 

  • 100 grams of melted butter 




  • Pulverize the Graham Crackers into a fine crumb texture. 

  • Mix together the Graham Cracker Crumbs and sweetener, then add melted butter and mix well until the crumbs are all moistened.  

  • Place the mixture into a pie plate. Pack the bottom firmly and gently press onto the side.  Finger pressure on the side of the pan is all you need.   

  • Just pop the Graham Crust into the fridge for 30 minutes for this no-bake peanut butter pie. 




In conclusion, this Peanut Butter Pie recipe offers a delicious yet diabetes-friendly option for those managing type 2 diabetes. Natural sweeteners and portion control will allow you to enjoy a guilt-free treat without compromising health goals while promoting satisfaction, adherence, and overall well-being.   


This recipe from Damndiabetes aligns with our principles of healthy eating for individuals with type 2 diabetes, encouraging a positive and sustainable lifestyle living with diabetes. 


Please note that any particular food may affect each of us differently. Please start with small portions and read your blood sugar before and after eating this peanut butter pie so you will know how it affects you. 


Best wishes ... 

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