Good Morning: I’m Cris and my 10yo son was diagnosed over the Holidays, so we started the New Year with a whole new normal. I too searched for snacks under 10g. Let me tell you, since diagnosis, his scales have changed several times. Have they discussed Honeymoon phase with you? My son now doesn’t need insulin until 25g carbs. I guess what I want to tell you is try to think of this as healthy eating all around with giving insulin as something else you do. My son enjoys little smookies, cheese, bacon, etc. Since these are low carb, but high fat (too much saturated fat) I’ve gone and found turkey substitutes as well as nitrate free at stores like Trader Joes, Giant has a section as does Aldi. However, I wouldn’t avoid giving foods your daughter needs insulin for. Do you have access to a nutritionist as well as the endocrinologist? You will find there is a formula of carbs/protein/fats. For my son, he needs 30% or 40-60g carbs per meal. This is based on height/weight and will change. He is 78lbs now (lost over 8pounds while being diagnosed, and has gained pretty much all of it back:). He is also 62" so he’s tall and skinny. You can also adjust Goldfish snacks 55pieces are 27g carbs I believe, so you could reduce down. I also give cheese its as well as peanut butter crackers. There are cool little ziplock baggies with lines on them for ounces (or you could count the number of pieces). There is an excellent food scale sold at Bed, Bath and Beyond that can weigh and make calculating carbs more exact. Just a few suggestions we have incorporated over the last 2 months. And again, take it one day at a time with prayer/meditation. The physical health of our children is important in that we calculate carbs and give insulin, but the mental/emotional health is just as important - stress can disrupt blood glucose numbers as well. I keep saying diabetes is something we do, but it isn’t all he is… Just like he does soccer and swims… he also has diabetes but it won’t stop him from doing/being whatever he desires. Blessings to you and your daughter.