I am a late night snacker and there are times when I want something light but slightly sweet. I make a lot of sugar free puddings and gelatins but there are times when I prefer to eat something that's premade in the form of a single serve cup. The sugar free Rice Pudding from Jell-O is a nice snack but it has a heavy fake sugar aftertaste. It is thick and ready to eat out of the cup but to get the best taste from it you are going to want to refrigerate it before eating it because it will thicken it a little more than if you eat it warm or at room temperature. They have a long shelf life and do not require refrigeration but as mentioned, you are going to get a better taste from them if they are refrigerated. Just because this is sugar free does not mean that it is a low calorie snack; one serving contains 70 calories, 2 grams of fat, 170 milligrams of sodium, 12 grams of carbohydrates and 2 grams of protein. Jell-O has a couple of different sugar free rice pudding; the ready to eat cups are the most convenient but if you want the most for your money you are going to want to get the boxed version and make 4 one half cup servings. If you are a diabetic and are looking for a sweet snack you are going to want to read the label carefully. This still contains calories and carbohydrates which can have an impact on your blood sugar level. As an occasional treat this is allowable for diabetics but you are going to get more from your snacking calories if you go with a sugar free gelatin.