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.
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.
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.
This deliciously creamy chocolate sherbet is exactly what we want to satisfy our chocolate cravings. To make it even more decadent, sprinkle on extra chopped chocolate once the sherbet is ready to serve.
This gorgeous no-bake cheesecake will make everyone at your table want to start with dessert first. And with the temptation of the pretzel-almond crust, creamy vanilla filling, and frozen blueberries on top, who could say no?