Diabetic Recipes for Dinner
Zucchini noodles or “zoodles” are easy to make (or buy pre-spiralized) and will make any dish low carb and gluten free while giving you a way to eat more veggies! This recipe tops the zoodles with a flavorful peanut sauce and chicken breast and crunchy peppers, carrots, and bean sprouts for a zesty meal. Serve for lunch or dinner and you’ve got a taste of Thai food from your own kitchen!Read More
Living with diabetes doesn’t mean you have to live without dishes like stir-fry! That’s right, we have a veggie-packed stir-fry recipe that’s diabetes-friendly and low carb. Colorful, full of flavor, vitamins, and antioxidants, this recipe will provide the Asian-inspired taste you’ve been craving through light use of sesame oil and spicy kick from red chili!Read More
Quick and delicious, this Low-Carb Chicken Chili gives you a full diabetic-friendly meal in just 25 minutes! Top it with cilantro, plain yogurt, and avocado, or use it as a base for delicious chicken tacos. However you serve it, Low-Carb Chicken Chili is going to be a hit!Read More
Don’t let carbs stop you from enjoying the tastiness of fish tacos. Go for Wrap-Free Fish Tacos and keep the gluten and carbs at bay. It’s easy to add the wraps for family members who aren’t counting carbs and this recipe’s tasty slaw and avocado add-ons are so good, you won’t even miss the tortillas!Read More
Crispy on the outside and full of crab lumps on the inside: this recipe has it all! Made with fresh or canned crab, substitute the traditional bread crumbs for almond flour and you’ve got low-carb, keto-friendly crab cakes. Try them for dinner paired with the Massaged Kale salad.Read More
Pull out your slow cooker and make Braised Beef and Root Vegetables for dinner! This meal uses fragrant spices like cinnamon and allspice for a new take on a family favorite. Only 40 minutes of prep time will give you eight servings of this delicious and comforting dish.Read More
Craving an Italian favorite? You’ll love this version of Lemon Chicken Piccata that manages to deliver the traditional piccata flavor of creaminess, tartness, and the right amount of salt! This homemade recipe makes it possible to count your carbs by keeping the flour-dredged chicken light enough to stay low in carbs. If you want to soak up the creamy sauce serve with zucchini noodles or brown rice.Read More
An easy and quick 45-minute meal, we love this Roasted Salmon and Brussels Sprouts dish for its health and diabetes benefits. Flavored with white wine, fresh oregano, and roasted garlic this is a perfect weeknight meal, yet still sophisticated enough for a special meal or occasion. Try diced potatoes with the Brussels sprouts if you are looking to add carbs to meal. We recommend making the Arugula Salad as a nice fresh side dish.Read More
This low-fat take on lasagna uses lean beef and turkey sausage for a protein-packed main dish. It’s a warm comfort meal that’s perfect for winter nights. If you’re cutting carbs, swap out the whole wheat lasagna noodles for a low-carb version, like Ciao Carb’s . Add a green salad and you’ve got the perfect meal!Read More
Looking for a new way to serve your Thanksgiving leftovers? This recipe uses leftover turkey and mashed potatoes and turns them into delicious air-fried turkey croquettes! While not low-carb, this tasty recipe is still low in sugar and provides plenty of protein. Pair it with the Massaged Kale Salad for a satisfying meal.Read More
It’s the star of the Thanksgiving table, but with a twist! Try slow-cooker turkey breast with gravy this year. The slow-cooker saves basting time and cooks the turkey breast to perfection, leaving time to focus on all-important side dishes. This recipe is diabetes-approved and sure to be a holiday favorite. We recommend pairing it with our Cheesy Green Bean Keto Casserole.Read More
Diabetic-friendly sweet-glazed ham? Yes, please! Sweetened with orange juice and monk fruit, this diabetes recipe keeps sugars and carbs in check while providing flavor and sweetness to the ham. Try this simple holiday favorite for a main dish that’s sure to please. Make it with the Apple Pecan Spinach Salad for a complete meal.Read More
This main dish can be as spicy as you like depending on your chili flake usage. Sautéed shrimp on top of a savory and creamy broccoli mash is sure to become a family favorite. This meal is the perfect way to get in some green veggies and enjoy a lighter meal in the warmer months.Read More
An authentic Chimichurri Steak recipe! Chimichurri is the most delicious silky condiment that drips over your steak, chicken or fish. Super easy to make and tastes incredible! Made with simple, easy to find ingredients: parsley, garlic, red wine vinegar and olive oil.Read More
12 servings 1 pound Ground Beef 1/4 cup soft whole wheat bread crumbs 1 large egg, slightly beaten 4 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro, divided 2 tablespoons water 1 teaspoon ground chipotle chili powder, divided 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 can (15 ounces) tomato sauce Chopped fresh cilantro (optional) Combine Ground Beef, bread crumbs, egg, 2 tablespoons…Read More
This one-dish meal tastes like it needs hours of hands-on time to put together, but it takes just minutes to prep the simple ingredients. The rosemary gives it a very rich flavor, and the meat juices cook the veggies to perfection. So easy! — Sherri Melotik, Oak Creek, WisconsinRead More
This recipe lets you to enjoy crispy fried fish in a diabetes-friendly way. Breaded with whole grain cornmeal, this recipe for cod gets cooked in the oven instead of the deep fryer. Top it with a dollop of homemade avocado puree, packed with healthy fats and fiber.Read More
Anaheim peppers are mild, yet flavorful, often used for chile relleno. They add just the right touch to this hearty main dish, which is perfect for enjoying the late summer bounty of your squash garden or farmer’s market. If they aren’t available, substitute poblano peppers. Serve this casserole with a green salad on the side.Read More
This recipe utilizes a technique for poaching chicken, to keep it juicy and tender. The shredded chicken is then lightly dressed with lime juice and olive oil, and further enhanced by the lively flavors and crunchiness of the coleslaw. Tostadas are served like open-face sandwiches and are eaten out of hand. They can be a little messy, so serve them with plenty of napkins.
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