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Homemade Diabetic Bread Recipes

Your diabetic diet doesn't have to be void of bread. Try these simple and healthy bread recipes that you can bake at home.

Brandied Apricot Loaves

Adding apricots is a simple solution to that nagging sweet tooth. This bread has only 141 calories per serving, even topped with a drizzling of apricot icing.

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Zucchini Chip Bread

This brilliant bread combines walnuts, zucchini, and a small helping of chocolate to create a simply sweet combination. Not to mention with each piece you'll be getting 105 mg of potassium and 20 percent of your daily calcium.

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Chocolate-Cherry Banana Bread

Dish out this delicious bread to the whole family, and add some holiday pizzazz by baking in red and green maraschino cherries. At only 119 calories per serving, this bread is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

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Oatmeal-Raisin Swirl Bread

What better way to get some fruit into your diet than with our scrumptious oatmeal-raisin bread swirled with cinnamon. Each loaf yields 24 hearty pieces, and it's high in fiber and vitamin A.

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Lemon Bread

Every bite of this bread is packed with a subtle-but-sweet flavor that tastes too good to be true. If you love lemon-poppy seed bread, follow the variation recipe and substitute poppy seeds for nuts.

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Maple Oatmeal Bread

This rich maple loaf could quickly become a family tradition. With the sweet flavors of maple syrup and coffee baked right into the bread, nobody will notice that it's high in fiber and low in fat.

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Basic Dough

Want to make your own yummy recipes? Use this basic dough as your foundation -- it has only 103 calories per serving.

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Lemon-Herb and Walnut Focaccia

This tasty side dish is as simple as it is flavorful. It's a smart choice for any diabetic diet with only 4 grams of fat and 135 calories per serving.

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Upside-Down Tomato Corn Bread Muffins

Switch up the menu with this savory side. Each muffinhas only 18 grams of carb and a slice of roma tomato baked right in.

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Multigrain Rolls

Rolls aren't forbidden when you have diabetes. One batch yields 24 rolls, so bake these fluffy multigrain buns for the whole family.

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Tomato-Artichoke Focaccia

Overflowing with tomatoes, artichokes, fresh rosemary, and red onions, this party-pleasing focaccia is great paired with a veggie-packed salsa.

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Hearty Mixed-Grain Bread

Craving a classic? The honey-wheat flavor of this bread makes it easy to get your daily fiber and mixed grains.

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Rosemary-Chive Parker House Rolls

Who says rolls can't be low-carb? These buns boast merely 10 grams of carb and 75 calories per serving, with just the right amount of fresh rosemary flavor.

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Seven-Grain Bread

This full-bodied bread is an easy choice for your diet: 16 big slices per loaf, and 111 calories with 4 grams of protein per slice. Try it with a little bit of honey on the side.

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Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls

Follow the basic dough recipe under the recipe to prepare these classic flaky rolls and serve warm. Delicious!

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Pumpkin Seed Breadsticks

At 39 calories per serving, these pumpkin seed breadsticks are anything but bland. Put a new twist on your next dinner with these low-carb breadsticks -- only 6 grams of carb per serving!

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Fruit Bread

Add some fruity zing to your bread with this low-calorierecipe. To punch it up a bit, top with sugar-free fruit jam.

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Granary Bread

This high-fiber option makes a great side dish for any diabetic meal. Each slice is loaded with whole grains and protein for that extra boost your body needs.

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Whole Wheat Sweet Potato Bread

Pecans, dates, and sweet potatoes come together to make delicious bread. Use a sugar substitute and save 3 grams of carb per serving.

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Parmesan Corn Bread

Parmesan cheese adds fantastic flavor to a classic. And with only 22 grams of carb and 150 calories per serving, this recipe could be a staple in your diabetic cookbook.

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