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Diabetes Friendly Recipes

Food – and good nutrition – is a tricky and essential component of diabetes management. It can be hard to make food choices that keep your blood sugar levels in range. Wherever you are in your diabetes journey, and regardless of your current eating habits, we’re here to shed light on what healthy eating can look like for people with diabetes.

This is the world’s easiest meal to put together: if your green beans are already trimmed, the pan will be ready to go into the oven before it’s even fully preheated.
Full disclosure: because my daughter is a vegetarian, we can actually go for weeks without cooking any meat. In other words, we are no strangers to the blank-canvas...
This dish is just so incredibly simple and good. It’s a slight riff on a classic Persian celery stew that an Iranian friend made for us (okay, her non-Iranian husband is...
Cooking sausages in the oven is such a surprising pleasure: they turn the exact shade of even, burnished brown you’re always hoping for when you panfry them, but there...
When fall comes around it seems like just about every single food becomes pumpkin spice-flavored! Here are 7 delicious pumpkin-inspired recipes for people with diabetes.
Check out these six curated recipes low in carbohydrates, saturated fats, and salt that are sure to be a hit, not just with your taste buds, but also for your heart!
This dish manages to achieve a delicious teriyaki vibe without adding any refined sweeteners, and when our son was little, this was pretty much the gateway for him...
If shrimp were free, I would eat this every night. It’s crunchy and creamy (thank you, radishes and avocados), and the shrimp themselves are tart and tender and a little...
If you’ve never used canned salmon before, prepare for a revelation. This is an old-fashioned thrifty type of recipe in that it’s designed to stretch an already fairly...
Four delightful and healthy recipes that star both canned and fresh fish and seafood, come together quickly, and are sure to keep you (and your family!) happy and full.
If you have access to fresh clams, well, then you probably know what to do with them. But this recipe, using already-prepped, easily obtained, amazingly economical...
Four healthy and delicious new recipes for savoring the early green-season abundance.
If you’ve only ever eaten radishes raw in all their crunchy, pungent sharpness, then you’ll be surprised by how tender and caramel-sweet they get when you cook them like...
Have you ever cooked and eaten an artichoke? If not, you’re in for a treat (assuming you like artichokes). Because while it’s true that if melted butter were involved, I...
Yes, you could just slice the strawberries and add them to your spinach salad like a normal person. But putting them in the dressing makes the whole thing so pinkly...
At the beginning of asparagus season, when it’s so fresh and exciting that I can’t believe I get to live on the same planet as it, I like asparagus cooked as simply as...
Dinner comes around and comes around, like a freaky carousel filled with hungry people. Dinner! Dinner again! Oh my god, dinner again! (Cue the freaky carousel music.)...
By Catherine Newman Makes: 3–4 servings Total Carbohydrates: 9–12 grams per serving Hands-on Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 15 minutes It would be hard for me to oversell...
By Catherine Newman Makes: 6 servings Total Carbohydrates: 7 grams per serving Hands-on Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes This meatloaf is ready to go in...
By Catherine Newman Makes: 4 servings Total carbohydrates: 11 grams per serving Hands-On Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 45 minutes This is an adaptation of my own zucchini...

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