Diabetic Recipes

If you have diabetes or are cooking for someone with diabetes, here's the perfect place to start building your diabetic recipe repertoire. We've got meals to guide you through the day, from breakfast, lunch, and dinner to a collection of diabetes-friendly desserts. Don't worry—pasta and bread are still on the menu, too. We've counted the carbs and provided all the nutrition information you need to determine which recipes fit your customized meal plan. When you think of a salad, you might think it has to be plain, boring lettuce—but that's not true! There are plenty of diabetes-friendly ways to add flavor and interest to your salads, and we show you how. We also have a collection of soups that people with diabetes can eat without worry—they're great lunch options, especially if you're on the go. For dinners, try our main courses that don't skimp on flavor but keep you within the nutritional guidelines you need to follow.

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Fresh Macaroni Salad

Lighten up classic pasta salad by opting for multigrain pasta, oodles of veggies and a low-calorie homemade yogurt dressing.

Bulgogi Beef Bowls with Vegetables

With only 35 minutes of hands-on time you can make your own restaurant-quality beef bulgogi recipe at home. The big flavor comes from the beef bulgogi marinade so don't rush that step, give it the full 4 hours minimum.

Walnut-Stuffed Zucchini Boats

When ground, walnuts take on a surprisingly pleasant texture that makes a great plant-based substitute. Make these vegan zucchini boats with your own dry-roasted walnuts by using our DIY tip.

Turkey Roll-Ups

Enjoy these quick and easy rolls for a healthy lunch or afternoon snack.

Pork-Edamame Hot Pot with Red Miso

Hit refresh on the everyday dinner grind by heading eastward. This hot pot features red miso, the most assertive variety of fermented soybean pastes. It has a pungent, savory flavor that really makes this one-pot dish unique.
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Salmon with Roasted Tomatoes and Shallots

Fill out the meal by serving this tomato-topped salmon over a bed of hot cooked Israeli couscous tossed with olive oil and a few handfuls of fresh arugula or baby spinach.

Herbed Cheese Mini Peppers

Once you try one of these tasty party appetizers, you won't be able to stop. Even though we stuffed sweet mini peppers, the cream cheese filling has diced jalapeno pepper, so they'll still have some kick.

Banh Mi Sandwiches

These banh mi sandwiches are smeared with a spicy, creamy sauce (thanks to Sriracha and mayo). It's the only dressing you'll need for the layers of pork, fresh veggies, and crusty bread.