Creamy Pistachio Dessert

By sexyswamprat

  • 1 tub (12 oz) fat-free cream cheese

  • 1/4 tsp vanilla

  • 6 tbsp Equal sweetener

  • 2 cups cold skim milk

  • 1 pkg (1 oz) sugar-free instant pistachio pudding

  • 22 low-fat chocolate wafers (like vanilla wafers)

  1. In food processor, combine cream cheese, vanilla, and sweetener. Process until smooth.

  2. In medium bowl, combine cold milk and pudding mix, and whip or beat for 2 minutes. Pour into food processor with cream cheese mixture and process until thoroughly mixed.

  3. Line bottom of 8-inch round or square dish with 20 chocolate wafers. Save 2 wafers to crumble and garnish top.

  4. Pour pudding mixture over wafers.

  5. Sprinkle top with wafer crumbs.

  6. Chill about 1 hour and serve.

Nutritional Facts

Nutrients Per Serving
131 Calories
0.7 g Fat
0.06 g Saturated Fat
15.8 g Protein
13.6 g Carbohydrate
8 mg Cholesterol

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8 replies

Caroltoo 2012-07-05 12:21:00 -0500 Report

Diabetic Connect does NOT recommend recipes. People on site add them. We all read them and add/subtract according to our own needs and dietary choices. Many of us don't use sugar substitutes or sugar and will adapt as needed. I hhink of this section as a resource of ideas, not as a place to find a concrete recipe.

As for the nutritional information piece, the resources for this are not available on site. Some of use other sites and formats to check our nutritional information and then add it over here when we post. Frankly, it is very inconvenient which is why, even though I love to cook, I don't post many recipes. This part of the site is not user friendly.

jim healthy
jim healthy 2012-07-05 12:02:10 -0500 Report

Jeez … this sounds like a blood sugar nightmare. Check your blood glucose after eating this to see the spike it will cause. And six tablespoons of Equal (aspartame) is asking for big trouble. Aspartame accounts for over 75% of all adverse reactions to food additives reported to the FDA. There are 90 different documented health problems identified. Google "adverse effects of aspartame" to see them all. Aspartame is also linked to brain damage, dementia, and Alzheimer's. "Yummy" treats like this are what keeps Type 2s dependent on medication to bring down thwe rise in blood glucose that results. It is really worth it? I'm really surprised at Diabetic Connect for recommending such a dangerous recipe. I'm with INDYROY in wanting to see the nutritional analysis of these desserts. How could they NOT publish such vital info? Jim H

aboatrider 2012-07-05 09:43:39 -0500 Report

I would have to skip the wafer crust and just use crushed nuts as a crust, other than that I can't wait to make it!

Caroltoo 2012-07-04 17:37:41 -0500 Report

Sounds yummy. Think I'll use chocolate quinoa cookies so I can still avoid the gluten, but the rest will work for me. Thanks for sharing this.

INDYROY 2012-07-04 17:26:03 -0500 Report

we're all diabetics here…so, where's the sugar content in the Nutritional facts??? With 22 chocolate cookies in it, there's
probably more sugar than you'd think. Otherwise, it sounds
absolutely wonderful.