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Diabetic Beef Recipes

These hearty beef recipes are full of protein and low in carbs, making them perfect additions to your diabetes meal plan!

Grilled Steak and Corn with Heirloom Tomatoes

Get a serving of veggies with the heirloom tomato-corn mixture and plenty of protein when you eat this juicy grilled steak dinner. Top the low-carb entree with a handful of blue cheese crumbles for a flavor boost.

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Beef and Broccoli

Protein-packed sirloin steak and nutrient-rich broccoli florets are the stars of this Chinese noodle dish. Juicy tomatoes and savory sauce bring the diabetes-friendly beef meal together.

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Steak and Mushrooms with Parsley Mashed Potatoes

Steak and potatoes are a classic dinner duo, and thanks to our low-carb recipe, you can enjoy the comfort food without derailing your healthy eating plan.

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Greek Feta Burgers

In just three simple steps, put together these low-carb grilling staples. Instead of loading up on calorie-heavy condiments, opt for a lighter topping like our zesty cucumber sauce. It’s refreshing, healthy, and full of flavor.

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Sirloin Steak with Deep Red Wine Reduction

Marinating your steak in red wine gives it decadent flavor and tenderness. Choose this low-calorie, protein-rich recipe over starchy meals. 

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Beef and Vegetable Biscuit Bake

This easy, all-in-one dinner is packed with beef and veggies including Brussels sprouts, a great source of fiber and vitamins A, C, and K. Top the diabetic beef casserole with biscuits for a mouthwatering meal with only 34 grams of carb per serving.

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Grilled Marinated Flank Steak Salad

This diabetes-friendly salad is a veggie-lover’s dream: tomatoes, peppers, avocados, and corn on the cob join a tender flank steak atop a bed of fresh romaine lettuce. Choose our zesty cilantro dressing over a store-bought bottle to control ingredients and fat and calories.

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Asian Beef Cabbage Wraps

For a healthy substitute to heavy wraps, fill cabbage or lettuce leaves with our zingy veggie-beef mixture. The result is a delicious light lunch or party appetizer.

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Garlic-Lime Skirt Steak with Jalapenos and Grilled Tomato-Pepper Chutney

Even a juicy, spiced steak could use a little extra flavor now and then. To keep the meal low in carbs, spritz with a light garlic-lime vinaigrette, and add a dollop of fresh chutney on top.

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French Beef Stew au Pistou

Indulge in this hearty, flavorful stew worry-free. Weighing in at just 35 grams of carb per serving, the French-inspired meal provides a major portion of your daily serving of veggies and protein.

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Loaded Nachos

Pile ground beef on top of cheesy nachos for a healthy, protein-packed party snack. Make your own taco seasoning with spices like chile pepper, cumin, and paprika to give the dish authentic flavor.

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Grilled New York Strip Steaks

With only 1 gram of carb per serving, you’ll feel good about this delicious grilled steak recipe. Plus, it’s chock-full of protein and super simple to make. Serve with roasted potatoes or your choice of veggie on the side.

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Curried Beef with Apple Couscous

Savory sirloin steak and sweet chopped apples combine in this high-protein beef recipe that can be grilled or broiled. Top the Indian-inspired dish with peanuts before serving.

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Cheesesteaks with Peppers and Onions

For a steak sandwich with only 34 grams of carb per serving, we layered tender slices of beef with melty Monterey Jack cheese, spicy peppers, and  savory mushrooms. To cut back on carbs even more, wrap the ingredients in a low-carb tortilla instead of the traditional sandwich bun.

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Beef Stroganoff

This creamy beef and mushroom recipe comes together in a slow cooker, so you can fix it and forget it. Simply pour the creamy sauce over prepared noodles for a hearty, low-carb meal.

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Beef and Vegetable Sandwiches

This trimmed-down version of classic sloppy joes contains fewer than 30 grams of carb per serving. Sneak a package of mixed veggies into the sandwich sauce for quick and easy nutrients.

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Beef and Chipotle Burritos

In this low-carb, Mexican-inspired recipe, smoky beef and veggies marinate for hours in the slow cooker until the juicy steaks become shredded. Serve the spicy burritos with our fresh, six-ingredient pico de gallo salsa recipe.

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Sesame-Ginger Beef Stir-Fry

Our low-carb beef stir-fry boasts nearly half the recommended daily value of protein, while broccoli, red pepper, and onion provide nutrients as well as a pop of color.

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Meatball Lasagna

Huge Mediterranean-spiced meatballs nestle between layers of whole wheat noodles and reduced-fat cheese in this worry-free lasagna that holds just 22 grams of carb per slice.

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Hearty Beef Chili

Another one of our favorite slow cooker soups, this low-carb chili recipe makes enough for 10 servings, so you’ll have plenty of leftovers to warm up on cold winter days.

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Sesame Beef Kabobs

Fire up the grill! Weighing in with just 2 grams of carb and 30 calories apiece, these low-fat veggie and beef kabobs are a healthy choice for any backyard barbecue. Marinate the flanks in our mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, crushed red pepper, and sherry to give the meal sweet and spicy Asian flavor.

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Southwest Steak and Potato Soup

Looking for a home-cooked meal with little to no preparation? Toss the ingredients for this hearty Southern-style soup into a slow cooker for a delicious, low-carb dinner without the hassle of cooking over a hot stove.

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Beef-Vegetable Ragout

Prepare our version of the French classic in a slow cooker for a low-carb, low-calorie beef dinner the whole family will enjoy.

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German-Style Beef Roast

For a low-carb meal with a little bit of everything in one bowl, scoop this veggie-beef slow cooker pot roast onto a pile of noodles.

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