Quick & Easy Diabetic Tiramisu

Total Time
2hrs 25mins
Prep 25 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Trying to lighten up my food life style...and still enjoy it! This came from the American Diabetes Association. Now you CAN have your cake and eat it too! Calories-135. Total fat count-6g. Cholesterol-22mg. Carbohydrate-16g. Sugars-8g. Sodium 334mg. Protein-4g. "If you budget throughout the day, you should be able to enjoy a serving of this delectable dessert." Takes 2-4 hrs for chilling.UPDATE: I have tried to change amount of pudding package but computer does not take it. The proper weight is 3.4oz. 01/06/09 UPDATE: As per the last review on this date......Yes, the pan size is correct. If you use more ingredients then is called for, you can expect an overflowing pan.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In small bowl, combine the water and coffee granules; stir to dissolve the coffee. Set aside 1 tbsp of the mixture.
  2. In a large bowl, beat pudding mix and milk until thickened; stir in the coffee mixture(not the reserve).
  3. Add the cream cheese and beat until smooth.
  4. Split the ladyfingers and line the bottom of an 8-inch square glass baking dish with half of them.
  5. Drizzle the ladyfingers with the 1 tbsp reserved coffee mixture.
  6. Spoon the pudding mixture evenly over the ladyfingers.
  7. Place the remaining ladyfingers on top of the pudding and top with whipped topping.
  8. Sprinkle with the cocoa, then cover and chill for 2-4 hours, or until ready to serve.


Most Helpful

This is like many of the sugar free desserts out there that just don't taste so good. My first difficulty was finding a store that stocked fat free sugar free instant vanilla pudding (I finally bought 4-1.5 oz and 1-1 oz packages). As far as the recipe itself, 2 cups of milk was too little. The consistency was just nasty until I added about another cup. The pudding/milk/cream cheese mixture itself was alright, but nothing special. Next, I used an entire 7 oz package of lady fingers because 3 oz wasn't enough. Last, you better use a larger dish than 8x8 or your dessert will be overflowing like mine. Funny that the picture posted looks like a 13x9 baking pan...

leisingn January 03, 2009

My family didn't really like this too much, they said the flavor was a little too strong, the coffee was overpowering, so I would add a little less and then taste before adding the entire thing. Also, the measurment for the vanilla pudding was confusing, there was no box that size, and I would've have to use 7 boxes to get the equivalent! I used 2 of the small boxes, and it seemed to work ok, but I don't know if that is why the taste didn't work out.

lbandbuggy April 03, 2006

For a nice variation, you can make this with chocolate or vanilla wafer cookies. I used a couple 100-calorie snack packs.

piccola March 05, 2006

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