Managing diabetes can be tricky, but these healthy recipes make diabetic meal planning easier. With our recipes for healthy entrees, salads, soups, and sides, you'll find you have more diabetic options than ever.
Made with real fruit and fat-free yogurt, these pops are a healthful low-calorie treat.
The key to ensuring that the coating gets crispy is to use a very large nonstick skillet so all the steak pieces fit in a single layer.
The flavorful gravymade from the beer-spiked cooking liquid--is the finishing touch to this tender meat dish.
Frozen strawberries and raspberries team up in this sweet dessert for kids and diabetic. Only 1-carb-choice!
Buttermilk and lime add tang to this sweet frozen dessert or snack. Also use this diabetic-friendly sherbet to make fizzy floats.
Stop into just about any diner down South or in the Midwest and youre sure to find chicken-fried steak on the menu. This baked version allows you to enjoy all the great flavor of the traditional favorite without all of the fat and calories.
Keep the fat low by spraying a cold skillet with cooking spray rather than cooking the vegetables in oil. This easy breakfast or lunch recipe, low in fat and calories, suits diabetic meal plans.
Chili peppers are delicious and a great source of vitamins and capsicum, a natural anti-inflammatory. I took my grandmother's traditional recipe, substituting olive oil for butter, cut the amount of cream in half and opted for skim milk cheese, lowering calories, fat and saturated fat. - Chef LaLa
Oat cereal, almonds, and dried cherries in this recipe team up for a tempting snack that will fit right in to your diabetic meal plan.
This chunky Mexican-style beef stew recipe owes its flavor to an intriguing blend of chipotle pepper, oregano, cumin, and cilantro.
Balsamic vinegar lends a subtly sweet accent to the roasted vegetables in this recipe while garlic and rosemary boost the flavor of the tender, juicy game hen. To round out the meal, toss some salad greens with your favorite salad dressing.