You can indulge in delicious, savory breads and pasta dishes. These recipes all fall within nutritional guidelines for people living with diabetes.
The combination of rye flour and flaxseeds makes these crispy breadsticks irresistible. Flaxseeds contain both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps to regulate blood glucose levels.
Aromatic basil gives the spinach filling in the pasta roll-ups a zippy flavor.
The fat content in this scallops, spinach, and pea pasta salad is minimal because the orange and white wine vinegar dressing is made without any oil.
Four fiber-rich four grains (oats, barley, whole wheat, and cornmeal) are used to make this hearty bread.
Bright-colored vegetables lurking among cheese-filled tortellini transform even picky eaters into vegetable eaters.
Wild rice, with its nutty flavor and chewy texture, speckles this wholesome Wild Rice and Oat Bran Bread.
This pasta sauce is the essence of simplicity -- chopped Roma tomatoes lightly sauteed in a little olive oil and seasoned with basil are tossed with hot cooked rotini.
Bulgur brings crunchy goodness to this dramatic basil-flavored version of down-home Parmesan Corn Bread. Flecks of sun-dried tomatoes and green onions give this corn bread color and flavor. A perfect match for a soup or salad.
Wheat germ and carrots up the fiber in these Raisin-Carrot Muffins. Buttermilk keeps them low in fat. These mildly sweet muffins are terrific for breakfast, but you'll also love them as a serve-along for chili or stew.
Serve this Orange-Date Pumpkin Bread with reduced-fat cream cheese flavored with a little grated orange peel.
Semolina is a coarsely ground durum wheat flour. While it's more likely to show up in pasta than in baked goods, here it brings a pleasantly rustic touch to the loaves.