As the celebratory period approaches, the risk of uncontrolled blood glucose increases for people with diabetes due to the abundance of sweets, desserts, and deep-fried snacks. However, this doesn't mean that people with diabetes cannot enjoy and snacks this season. To help people with diabetes relish the festive delicacies, BeatO has created two recipes Almond Flour Yogurt Tart and Brown Rice Kheer, with two food content creators Jyoti Singh and Shaheen Nadiadwala, respectively. These recipes are low sugar, diabetic-friendly items with a lower glycemic index than other festive sweets made during this time.

Almond Flour Yogurt Tart recipe created by Jyoti Singh and BeatO

If you are obsessed with almonds, you will fall in love with this yoghurt tart. Also, if you have someone in your group who eats healthy gluten-free desserts, you can serve to satisfy them. This Almond Crust-Yogurt Tart is protein-packed, simple to make, and a pleasant method to get some additional nutrients in your diet. So, let’s dive in.


  1. Take a bowl and add 1/2 cups of almond flour, 3/4 cup of peanut butter, 7-8 pitted dates and mix up them in a grinder or food processor.
  2. Put the mixture in a tart mould and spread it very well.
  3. Please keep it in a deep fridge for about 20 to 30 minutes.
  4. Add 1 cup of plain yoghurt in a separate bowl.
  5. Add 1 tsp rose essence, 4-5 cashews and almonds. Finally, add 1-2 tsp of stevia and some fresh fruits of your choice.
  6. Take the tart shells out of the fridge and add the freshly made yoghurt on top of the tart shell. Top it up with some fruits after that.
  7. Keep in the fridge for 30 minutes and serve chilled.

Brown rice kheer recipe created Shaheen Nadiadwala and BeatO

In the festive season, kheer is considered one of the popular desserts. Do you know why? Because it is delicious, easy to make and with a dash of saffron and cardamom, it can get a festive touch in a jiffy. This unique pudding has brown rice cooked in cashew-almond milk with roasted raisins, nuts and cardamom. Try your hands on this gluten-free recipe.


  1. Take one bowl of rice.
  2. Soak into the water for 5-6 hrs
  3. Warm two tablespoons of ghee, and gently fry the dry fruits and nuts in a pan.
  4. Using another pot, heat 1 litre of milk. Add the washed and absorbed rice to the milk.
  5. Cook on a medium flame for approximately 8-10 minutes
  6. Add elaichi and jaggery powder in the Kheer; then add dry fruits and cook until the consistency of the milk becomes thick.
  7. Serve the brown rice kheer chilled or warm.