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An easy-to-make, almost-evil indulgence highlighted by the tang of pineapples, this version is within the reach of diabetics thanks to the use of low-fat milk and sugar substitutes. The sugar substitutes can be adjusted as per your liking. Pineapple contributes not just flavour but nutrients too, as it is rich in vitamin C. However, pineapple has digestive enzymes which can curdle the milk… so first you need to destroy these by cooking the pineapple before adding it to the milk. Ensure that you add it to chilled milk. Saffron and elaichi perk up the taste. That said, have this in smaller portions although it is relatively low in calories.