Featured Cookbook Recipes

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

Cornish Game Hens à l'Orange

Cornish game hens are a classic ingredient in holiday dishes. Try this recipe out that also uses some citrus flavor for a more unique taste.

Chicken Lover Balsamic Chicken

This chicken recipe features balsamic vinegar and rosemary – a great way to add a lot of flavor without the added salt and sodium. Try out this recipe and add it to your favorite salad recipe like this Salad Greens with Spiced Pecans.

Avocado with Pink Grapefruit

Avocado mixed with refreshing grapefruit creates this nutrient-rich fruit salad and is perfect as a full meal, appetizer or snack. In small doses, the acidity of the grapefruit complements the richness of avocado well.

Lima Beans with Thyme

Beans are a great lean protein source and can make great side dishes. Try this recipe out with baked chicken breast or add it as a topping for a salad!

Shrimp and Clam Stew

Stews are a great idea for a cold winter day. Try this stew recipe out featuring shrimp and clam. It's a great seafood option in the colder months and is easy to make!

Brown Rice "Porcupine" Meatballs

This meatball recipe makes a great addition to a hearty meal. Pair it with a side of vegetables like this Broccoli Almodine recipe.

Carrot Ginger Soup with Parsley

Though carrot ginger soup has become a popular combination over the years, this version is especially tasty because the carrots are roasted until caramelized.

Sriracha Clementine Baby Kale

Not everyone needs recipes that serve four people. So this one is great for those looking to simply cook for themselves!

Curry-Spiced Chicken Breasts

One of the easiest things to cook is chicken. A versatile protein, it's the "go-to" for many home cooks. For many, it spells "comfort" whether cooked plain, spiced or marinated. This recipe is a great way to make use of curry powder, here further enhanced with garlic and ginger.

Turkey Stroganoff

No need to eat a whole turkey on Thanksgiving Day! Save some leftovers to use in other recipes like this one. Get some new meals while also watching your portions as part of your diabetes management!

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