10 Easy and Quick Snack Ideas for People With Diabetes 


Drink thick, sugar-free hot chocolate to curb hunger. One envelope of sugar-free cocoa mix and one cup of fat-free milk satisfy chocolate cravings and supply calcium. A sugar-free dark chocolate cocoa blend is healthier than milk and white, Enjoy the taste while resting.

Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Hot Cocoa

Easily prepared, crispy, and delicious, this explosive pair is perfect for snacking. USDA recommends combining a ¼-cup dose of salsa (12 calories) with a 1-ounce serving of lower-fat baked potato chips for a satisfying afternoon snack. The crunchy snack is a rich source of potassium.

Salsa with Baked Potato Chips

Popcorn reigns as comfort food! Did you know the Oldways Whole Grains Council consider it a whole grain? Whole grains include satiating fibre, which helps maintain weight, says the Mayo Clinic. The popping kernels of this high-fiber, crispy snack tantalise the taste receptors.

Few Cups of Microwave or Air-Popped Popcorn

Who says muesli is breakfast-only? High-blood-sugar diabetics who ate muesli for two days reduced their insulin dose compared to a control group who did not. A ½ cup of unflavored cooked oatmeal with water contains 77 calories, 3 g protein, 1 g fat, 14 g carbs, and 2 g fibre. 

Your Choice of Muesli and Berries

Add 3 tablespoons (tbsp) plain, low-fat Greek yoghurt for 3.5 g protein. Greek yoghurt has more protein and less carbs than regular yoghurt. Sprinkle cinnamon, a natural sweetener, over the top for a 110-calorie snack. Or use unsweetened almond butter for healthful fats. 

Yogurt-Cinnamon Whole-Grain Waffle

Classic chickpea hummus is creamy and tasty. Tahini is sesame paste. Combining them with garlic adds flavour and nutrition. Harvard Health Publishing says chickpeas, like other legumes, are high in fibre and low on the glycemic index, making them beneficial for blood sugar management.

Tomatoes, Hummus, and Thin, High-Fiber Wheat Crackers

Pistachios are high in protein and monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which lower cholesterol. Lowering harmful “LDL” cholesterol reduces your chance of heart disease, a frequent diabetic consequence.

Crunchy Pistachios for Protein and Healthy

Choose a delectable, low-calorie baked cheese crisp or cracker for a snack. The supermarket store has these in the snack aisle. Moon Cheese, a 100% cheese brand, has 1 g of carbohydrates per 1-oz serving.

Baked Cheese Crisps and Sliced Vegetables

Really indulge with this! Slice 1 cup of delicious red bell peppers into strips for a crispy snack with more than 100% of your daily vitamin C. To complete the snack, dip them in ¼ cup of a low-fat, creamy garden vegetable dip.

Crunchy, Sliced Peppers and Low-Fat Garden Dip

Part-skim mozzarella has about 7 g of protein and 4.5 g of fat (2.9 g saturated). Grape tomatoes include 8 g carbohydrates per cup. Instead of dressing, add heart-healthy olive oil or balsamic vinegar and pepper. About 130 calories are in this snack.

Fresh, Low-Fat Mozzarella with Tomatoes

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