Featured Cookbook Recipes

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

Lemon Tarragon Seared Salmon with Kiwi Roma Tomato Salsa

This is a delicate way to prepare salmon, which allows the natural flavor of the salmon to peek through. Add a nonstarchy vegetable like fresh green beans or kale salad.

Roasted Trout with Garlic and Lemon

A great idea after a day of trout fishing on your favorite lake. Serve with a side of steamed broccoli and tabbouleh salad for a light and delicious dinner.

Scallops with Cherry Tomato Relish

When tomatoes are out of season, you can't go wrong keeping a container of cherry or grape tomatoes in the house for a quick "relish." The relish in this recipe is a perfect example.

Bacon Onion Potato Salad

What a delicious side for the summer. For peak flavor and texture, serve this salad the same day you make it.

Pear and Blue Cheese Greens

This tasty salad pairs well with just about anything. Add a lean protein like grilled chicken or salmon.

Buttery Lemon Grilled Fish on Grilled Asparagus

Fish can make a great entrée when you are pressed for time since it cooks quickly, plus it's a great source of lean protein.

Seaside Shrimp Salad

This delicious salad is just right on a hot summer day. Top it off with more of your favorite nonstarchy vegetables.

Cheesy Mushroom Omelet

All you need is a vegetable or two and your recipe will be done in 5-10 minutes. Serve with a side of fresh fruit like berries.

Grilled Vegetable Sandwich

Change up from the usual meat-based sandwiches to something truly more healthful. With salad bar veggies just begging to be grilled, this sandwich is so good you might just dump the typical turkey sandwich in favor of this creation.

Roast Salmon with Dilled Yogurt Tomatoes

Salmon is a great source of heart healthy omega 3 fats. Serve with a whole grain like quinoa or farro and add another nonstarchy vegetable like asparagus or green beans.

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