Featured Cookbook Recipes

Looking for a new cookbook filled with healthy recipes? These recipes are samples from various American Diabetes Association cookbooks.

Almond Tapioca with Banana and Corn

This almond milk-based tapioca is based on the classic coconut milk tapioca soup served throughout many parts of Asia. This almond milk version is much lighter than the original, and just as tasty. Try it out with other fruits, or even sweet potato and taro!

Baked Egg with Avocado, Tomato and Citrus Salad

This is a quick breakfast recipe that will hit both sweet and savory flavors.

Baked Pork Hawaiian

This sweet and savory dish will pair well just about any nonstarchy vegetable. Try it out with our roasted green beans recipe.

CongrĂ­ Light (Cuban Black Beans and Rice)

This healthy and classic Cuban recipe is a great dish to bring to parties or add on as a side to make a complete meal.

Cubano Roasted Broccoli Florets

A simple nonstarchy vegetable dish that also adds some Cuban flavors to your meals.

Farmhouse Vegetable and Farro Soup (Zuppa Di Verdure E Farro)

Farro is a classic Italian grain that has started gaining popularity in the U.S. Add some canned cannellini beans to this recipe, but be sure to rinse and drain the beans!

Minty Jasmine Rice with Chicken

This relatively light and refreshing minty rice and chicken dish is perfect from late spring to early fall. Serve this rich dish over a bed of greens for a healthy lunch or dinner.

Mojo-Marinated Pork Tenderloin

This is the classic Cuban dish, pernil, but with a healthy twist and still lets you enjoy the authentic Cuban flavors.

Pumpkin Risotto (Risotto Di Zucca)

The traditional butter and cream in this recipe have been replaced with olive oil and yogurt. With pumpkin, the risotto achieves a creamy consistency without the extra fat.

Quick Chicken Creole

This is a quick version of a Southern classic dish. For added fiber, use brown rice in the recipe instead.

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