More than anything, Thanksgiving is a holiday centered on food.For most people it is a time to anticipate the celebration and the eating. But for someone with diabetes it can be a stressful time, as they want to partake in all of the good food too, but most times it is not prepared with a diabetic in mind. To make your Thanksgiving dinner more inclusive, try one of the diabetic friend recipes listed below.
Preheat oven to 350°F. Melt chocolate and butter over VERY low heat. Let cool for 10 minutes...
Rinse cranberries under running water and discard any soft or old berries; set aside. Slice each unpeeled tangerine into fifths; remove seeds. Place tangerine slices in a food processor; cover and process until coarsely chopped. Transfer to a medium bowl...
Heat oven to 325F. With a sharp knife, lightly score surface of ham in a diamond pattern; insert cloves. Place ham on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. In a small bowl mix syrup and mustard until blended. Brush mixture over ham. Bake for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, until a meat thermometer registers 140F.
This will be my first holiday season as a pre-diabetic and a low-carber. Last year at this time, I'd had my baby and the gestational diabetes had seemingly disappeared. Although I was eating very healthfully, I was able to enjoy and indulge in all Thanksgiving and Christmas had to offer.
I have been enjoying this pie all week-long. I have taken it to work with me everyday for my lunch and on Wednesday Caleb came for dinner. He loved it. When his mommy came to pick him up she tried it too and said it was great.
From EatingWell: November/December 2007 Roasting sweet potatoes is even easier than boiling and mashing them. Maple syrup glaze transforms this ultra-simple dish into something sublime.
This is my interpretation of the green beans from my favorite Japanese restaurant. Serve with a grilled steak! You can omit the miso paste if you choose.
This post about a quick and easy recipe for Pan Seared Shredded Brussels Sprouts and Apples is sponsored by the ADA in conjunction with Kitchen PLAY. You may already know this. Or maybe not. But for five years, beginning in my mid-high school years, I was a vegetarian. And I loved it.
I love Deviled Eggs! I usually see them at potluck parties served as an appetizer. I'm not a fan of potlucks because the food table is typically a sea of sugary sweet treats and various kinds of pasta dishes that I cannot eat. So if I see deviled eggs at a party, I know I'm...
There can never be too many shoes--or gravy recipes for that matter. This recipe is the one of the easiest ways to make gravy, and is healthy, too! The use of organic chicken broth adds flavor without possible MSG overload from bouillion.
Season interior and exterior of turkey breast with salt and pepper. In (13 x 9 x 2 inch) roasting pan, place turkey breast on a V-shaped rack. Roast, uncovered, in a 325 degree F preheated oven for 1-1/2 to 2-1/4 hours or until meat thermometer registers 170 degrees F in the deepest part of breast...
While yams are fairly carby, here is a way to enjoy the dish without going whole yam-hog. The shocker? The addition of a special ingredient to cut the carbs. The addition of cream cheese adds to the savory value, also adding needed fat to help stave off any possible blood sugar issues due to the carbier nature of the yams. Set aside half of the yams for another recipe.
Roasted Rep Pepper, Spinach and Artichoke Dip INGREDIENTS 14 oz. Can Artichokes 3.5 oz Roasted Red Peppers 10 oz. Package Frozen Spinach - Thawed and Drained 8 oz. Package Cream Cheese - Softened 1 Cup Shredded Parmesan cheese - Divided 1/3 Cup Mayo 4 Large Cloves Garlic - Minced Salt and Pepper - To Taste (2 Tbs.
BROCCOLI CRUNCH SALAD 1 medium fresh broccoli, chopped, about 1 pound * 1/2 pound bacon 4 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded 1 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons vinegar 2 tablespoons granular Splenda or equivalent liquid Splenda *
Report Inappropriate Recipe Submitted by: XANADUREALM This low carb bread makes a great sandwich for breakfast or lunch. Quick and easy, too. This low carb bread makes a great sandwich for breakfast or lunch. Quick and easy, too. Melt butter in 15 oz oval ramekin or flat bowl.