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Check out diabetic sandwich recipes that rack up nutritional bonus points by using whole grain breads or pitas and healthy low-fat substitutions.

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Fix these diabetes-friendly appetizers and side dishes quickly,...
Fix these diabetes-friendly appetizers and side dishes quickly, then let them simmer in the slow cooker until they're ready to serve. We've also suggested some fresh salad and vegetable dishes to pair with your slow cooker meals.
Lift your spirits and tantalize your taste buds with a hearty...
Lift your spirits and tantalize your taste buds with a hearty and healthy bowl of chicken soup, chunky stew, or gumbo. With this delightful and diverse collection of recipes, you'll never think of chicken soup as boring again.
Our tasty and tender turkey recipes are perfect for everything...
Our tasty and tender turkey recipes are perfect for everything from Thanksgiving dinners to quick suppers. No one will know these delicious main dishes are made to fit into a diabetic diet. We've even included our favorite recipes for turkey leftovers -- now that's something to be thankful for!
Gather around the dinner table to enjoy our scrumptious,...
Gather around the dinner table to enjoy our scrumptious, diabetes-friendly holiday main dishes. From roasted turkey and chicken to herb-infused pork and beef, these festive entrees are perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas celebrations. We've reduced the carbs and calories, so these delicious holiday dishes won't derail your diabetic meal plan.
There are so many ways to enjoy a refreshing chicken salad....
There are so many ways to enjoy a refreshing chicken salad. Whether you like hearty chicken salad sandwiches or just a simple salad with chicken, we've gathered a variety of diabetes-friendly recipes that pair the lean protein with light ingredients and lots of veggies. Check out our best chicken salad recipes that work for lunch or dinner.
Cranberries are the favored fruit of the holiday season, but you...
Cranberries are the favored fruit of the holiday season, but you don’t have to wait for the holidays to incorporate these antioxidant-rich berries into your healthy eating plan. One cup boasts just 13 grams of carb and is high in vitamin C. Enjoy the healthful berries in these diabetes-friendly recipes, including salads, cheesecake, and main-dish meals.