This healthy diabetic vegetable soup is filled with fiber-rich barley, good-for-you veggies, and decadent sausage links. Toast the barley before tossing into the soup for a rich, nutty flavor.
Zesty shrimp, crunchy asparagus, and veggies are tossed in a homemade orange-garlic diabetic salad dressing for a simple, protein-rich main-dish salad with under 250 calories and only 18 grams of carb.
High-protein quinoa, creamy avocado, tangy feta cheese, and sweet grilled watermelon (one of the lowest-carb fruits) come together to make this the ultimate summer main-dish salad. It's one of our favorite green salads for diabetics!
With grapes, goat cheese, grilled chicken, and crisp fresh greens, this restaurant-worthy, diabetic-friendly salad recipe fuels you with complete servings from three food groups. Make this chicken salad for diabetics whenever you're craving a lighter dinner.
Cook quinoa and use it in a delicious salad full of fresh ingredients like tangy raspberries and hearty beets. Unlike some diabetic fruit salad recipes, this dish combines raspberries with leafy greens and crisp veggies.
A creamy and comforting meal that has less than 30 grams of carbs? Yes, please! Italian turkey sausage gives a meaty bite to this thick potato and fennel diabetic soup recipe.
This cauliflower soup uses garam masala, a mix of spices commonly used in Indian cooking, to give a flash of heat without adding salt. It has only 400 milligrams sodium and 85 calories per serving, making it one of our lightest diabetic soup recipes.
Crisp green beans, sweet edamame (soybeans), and creamy cannellini beans top fresh salad greens to make this updated version of the classic three-bean salad. Once you try the simple homemade diabetic salad dressing, you'll never go back to the store-bought kind.
Even though this raspberry soup is chilled, a hint of jalapeno brings the heat. Bananas, raspberries, and a splash of orange juice make this soup reminiscent of a smoothie. With only 170 calories per serving, it's an ideal diabetic soup recipe for a summertime brunch.
One of our favorite diabetic salad recipes, this dish includes tons of green goodies. All of your fiesta favorites are topped with a garlicky cilantro-ranch dressing in this satisfying main-dish salad that includes healthy fat from avocado, low-cal crunch from jicama, and a kick from fresh jalapeno.
When this diabetic soup recipe simmers on the stove top, the comforting aroma will entice everyone to the table. With tomatoes, lime, coconut milk, and light beer, this soup with—10 grams of carb per serving—is a recipe you'll make again and again.
Antioxidant-rich pomegranate seeds, vinegar-spiked onions, and crunchy almonds brighten up this traditional yet healthy chicken salad for diabetics. This entree gets a green boost by starting with plenty of spinach.
Instead of high-carb noodles, this easy, five-ingredient stir-fry recipe calls for a grain- and gluten-free base of mixed spring greens or baby spinach. You'd never know this recipe is one of our green salads for diabetics!
Want a quick-fix side salad? Four ingredients—red onion, tomatoes, vinegar, and a little sugar—come together to make this beautiful tomato salad that pairs perfectly with grilled chicken or steak. Pair this diabetic salad recipe with any dinner that needs a healthy boost.
With decadent ingredients including crabmeat, bacon, jalapeno, and fresh pear—and only 211 calories and 30 grams carb per serving— this butternut squash bisque is unlike any other. One taste, and you'll hardly believe this is one of our diabetic soup recipes!
Corn, spinach, cherry tomatoes, and fresh oregano make this diabetic salad recipe a delight. Simple bottled dressing splashes on more flavor—we recommend a reduced-calorie, low-sugar version.
This Asian soup abounds with flavor-packed ingredients such as soy sauce, five-spice powder, and ginger. This diabetic chicken soup recipe is a new twist on an old favorite.