Our Best Recipes for Dinner Tonight

Our best dinner ideas are quick, easy, and most importantly delicious! We've lightened your favorite suppers and added creative twists to classic dinners. Enjoy one of our diabetic recipes for dinner tonight!

Coconut Shrimp with Mango Rice Pilaf

Traditional fried shrimp takes a lighter turn in this delectable dinner recipe.

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Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa

This easy dinner idea is a lighter twist on a Mexican favorite.

Tip: Save the mango salsa recipe and try it as a topping for other dishes or with chips for a fresh snack.

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Feta-Stuffed Burgers

These juicy burgers are filled with tangy feta cheese for a gourmet twist. Using ground turkey in place of beef is an easy way to save calories and fat.

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Baked Stuffed Shells

Replace high-fat ricotta cheese with protein-packed tofu for a healthy twist on creamy Italian shells. You won't miss the extra fat, thanks to other classic ingredients.

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Bow Tie Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli

This no-fuss pasta dinner comes together in no time and includes all the essentials for a balanced diabetic meal. Mix up the flavors by substituting different veggies.

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Herbed Steak with Balsamic Sauce

Tangy balsamic sauce is the perfect accompaniment to herb-rubbed steaks. Ready in no time, this diabetic dinner is simply delicious.

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Creamy Turkey and Spinach Pie

This cheesy dinner will be an instant hit. We replaced typical ingredients with healthier alternatives to save on carbs and calories.

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Baked Ratatouille-Sausage Penne

This hearty dish is quick and easy to make. Using turkey sausage in favor of pork sausage saves fat and calories while delivering amazing flavor.

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Tabbouleh with Edamame and Feta

This Mediterranean dinner salad is oh, so satisfying. Bulgur combines with cherry tomatoes, edamame, feta cheese, and pesto to create unbeatable flavor -- perfect for dinner tonight!

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Beef and Asparagus Saute

This beef recipe makes a perfect, balanced dinner for two. Asparagus is a good source of folic acid and fiber, while the lean beef is packed with protein.

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Sesame-Ginger Turkey Wraps

This super-easy slow-cooker meal is sure to tempt your taste buds. Five ingredients combine to make these zesty turkey wraps that suit diabetic meal plans.

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Vegetarian Tostada

Brown rice replaces fried tortillas in this vegetarian dish to cut unneeded calories. This filling dinner features layers of traditional ingredients including beans, onions, tomatoes, and olives.

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Lemon-Sage Pork Salad

This colorful dinner salad will bring interest to your table. Black beans make this satisfying salad high in protein and fiber -- great for a diabetic diet.

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Mediterranean Stuffed Chicken

Easier to make than you'd expect, these delicious veggie-and-cheese-stuffed chicken breasts will hit the spot. Plus, they have only 171 calories per serving -- enjoy this easy dinner tonight!

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Macaroni and Cheese

Macaroni and cheese is an all-around favorite at dinnertime, and this no-fuss recipe makes it even better. Serve our diabetes-friendly mac and cheese as a side dish or let it stand on its own.

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Parmesan Baked Fish

This five-ingredient dinner is fresh and flavorful. Simple, straightforward foods combine to create this mouthwatering diabetic dinner.

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Chicken and Bean Burritos

Beans and chicken pack these oh-so-tasty burritos with fiber and protein. Control the flavor and heat by choosing different salsas each time you try this diabetic dinner idea.

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Shepherd's Pie

Break away from the ordinary with this scrumptious shepherd's pie. Filled with vegetables, lean ground turkey, and mashed potatoes, this classic dinner never goes out of style. (Don't worry, we've slimmed it down so you can enjoy it on a diabetic diet!)

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Udon Noodles with Tofu

This zesty Japanese stir-fry is a perfect break from the everyday dinner. For a spicier dish, add more red pepper.

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Stuffed Yellow Peppers

These sweet peppers are filled with veggies, brown rice, ground turkey, and spices. High in protein and fiber, these scrumptious peppers are sure to become a dinnertime favorite.

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Chicken Potpie

We cut calories without cutting flavor in this classic family favorite. Filled with veggies and chicken, this pie will satisfy the biggest of appetites without weighing you down!

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Zesty Sloppy Joes

This family favorite will be a hit for dinner tonight. Add ingredients in the morning and let it slow-cook all day for an easy meal when you get home.

Tip: Add heat to this recipe by using the jalapeno peppers and substituting spicy vegetable juice in place of regular.

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Thai Pork Stir-Fry

This stir-fry may look intimidating, but don't be fooled. This one-pan meal is diabetes-friendly, easy to make, and comes together in no time.

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Ziti with Meat Sauce

Adding shredded carrot to this pasta dinner is an easy way to sneak in nutrients without missing flavor.

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Nutty Orzo and Vegetables

This flavor-packed vegetarian dinner is ready in no time. Orzo and garbanzo beans get an Italian twist when served with tomato sauce and thyme.

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Creamy Mushroom Chicken

This one-skillet dinner recipe comes together in a flash. Irresistibly creamy chicken combines with fresh mushrooms and peppers to create a diabetes-friendly meal everyone will love!

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Herbed Beef Tenderloin

This incredibly easy beef dinner goes well with any side. Fresh parsley, rosemary, thyme, and Dijon mustard create an easy, flavorful rub.

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Grilled Turkey Burgers

The veggies and seasonings packed inside this burger give it an edge. Shredded carrots add nutrients and texture, while seasonings bring out the turkey's flavor.

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Italian Fish Stew

This Italian-inspired stew is packed with protein. Shrimp and fish combine with veggies and spices to create a diabetic dinner that's low in calories and fat.

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Potato and White Bean Chowder

Beans give a potentially unhealthy soup a place at the table. With protein and fiber added to classic potato chowder, you can enjoy this quick and easy soup for dinner tonight.

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