Modern Cobb Salad (paleo-friendly, diabetes-friendly)
The Cobb salad was created in 1937 by Bob Cobb, the owner of the Brown Derby Restaurant in Hollywood. Legend has it that Bob was rummaging in the restaurant refrigerator, looking for a midnight snack. He grabbed what was there, threw it all together, and the Cobb salad was born. More »
Macro Bowl (diabetes-friendly)
Here is a meat-free meal that is 100% adequate in protein and even provides calcium! Keep in mind: fat is necessary in your diet. Olive oil and hemp are the fat in the bowl. More »
Brussels Sprout and Celery Root Salad (diabetes-friendly)
People rarely use Brussels sprouts raw, which seems a shame as they have a very delicate flavor. This is a filling salad your guests will rave about! More »
Santa Fe Salad (diabetes-friendly)
This flavorful and colorful salad includes corn, beans and chicken, and is inspired by Mexican-American cuisine. This is a fabulous summer appetizer or light meal! More »
Couscous and Chickpea Salad (diabetes-friendly)
In addition to the whole wheat couscous, chickpeas, peppers, tomatoes, and olives all boost the fiber. Olives and olive oil both contribute to the fat in this dish, and best of all, they contribute healthy MUFAs. More »
Cucumber and Fruit Salad (diabetes-friendly)
Cucumber, apples and cantaloupe team up in a sprightly salad that is refreshing as a starter or as a side salad with the main course. More »
Kale and Brussels Sprout Slaw
A delightful twist on a side dish and/or appetizer your guests will rave about this summer! More »
Grilled Steak and Eggs (diabetes-friendly)
Perfect for Father's Day! This dish is naturally low in carbs, so be sure to add some black beans and rice or a whole-grain tortilla with 20 to 25 grams of carbs. More »
Fruit Crepes (diabetes-friendly)
Just because you have diabetes doesn't mean you can't have a sweet breakfast! Crepes are ideal and similar to thin 
pancakes. Fill them 
with a variety of fillings. Perfect for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. More »
Lemon Pepper Chicken Wings (diabetes-friendly)
For many of us, chicken wings are about the sauce — and lots of it. But we’re confident you’ll become a convert to this simple, fresh, delicious version. More »
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