Roasted Asparagus Salad with Arugula and Hazelnuts (diabetes-friendly)
Roasting the asparagus gives it an altogether different flavor than steaming, and the roasted hazelnuts are a perfect combination with the peppery arugula. Your family and guests will love it! More »
Old-Fashioned Ginger & Honey Cookies (diabetes-friendly)
These cookies are lovely with a cup of coffee or tea over the holidays. They're also great for cookie exchanges. Although you are using pure sugar, the blood glucose boost will be at least partly counteracted by the acidity of the lemon zest. More »
Southern Pecan Bread Pudding (diabetes-friendly)
We reduced the amount of bread from the traditional recipe to keep carbs in check, but the pudding is still wonderfully gooey and deliciously comforting. More »
Creamy Pumpkin Mousse
The perfect Thanksgiving treat for all ages - and it's diabetic-friendly! More »
Apple Sweet Potato Soup (diabetes-friendly)
This dish uses fewer sweet potatoes than typical sweet potato soups and just enough apples to add a depth of flavor without piling on too many carbs. It makes a delicious Thanksgiving appetizer or comforting fall lunch. More »
Whipped Sweet Potato Casseroles (diabetes-friendly)
Diabetes-friendly and the perfect Thanksgiving side dish. There’s no need to sweeten this side with sugar — pumpkin pie spice adds nice flavor to these already sweet potatoes. More »
Kale and Sweet Potato Sauté (diabetes-friendly)
The sweet taste of sweet potatoes, the heartiness of kale, and the spice of chili and cumin combine for a delicious Thanksgiving side dish that is perfect with turkey, grilled chicken, lamb or beef. If there is any left over, top it with some fried or scrambled eggs for a breakfast hash that will... More »
Thai Basil Beef (diabetes-friendly)
This better-than-takeout dish is also quick and easy — and it's perfect for a weeknight meal. Serve with Fried Cauliflower Rice. More »
Philly Cheese Steaks (diabetes-friendly)
By using whole wheat rolls and topping the steak with more vegetables than usual, you can really boost the fiber in this delicious and comforting sandwich! More »
Grilled Steak and Eggs (diabetes-friendly)
Perfect all year long! 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 »
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