Featured Cookbook Recipes

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

Roasted Cod with Tomatoes, Zucchini and Olives

Cod is a mild-tasting staple fish used in most parts of the Mediterranean. This quintessential Roman recipe is both festive and delicious. Add some artichokes as a side dish and make a healthy and complete meal.

Sicilian Swordfish and Eggplant Bundles

Did you know swordfish and eggplants are culinary ingredients that Sicilians inherited from Arabs? Even some of their names are in Arabic instead of Italian. Try out this dish and add some artichokes on the side!

Soba Noodle Salad with Shitakes and Spinach

Soba noodles are made of buckwheat and wheat flours. They are a specialty of northern Japan, they are hearty, healthy and nutty in flavor. For a more hearty meal, feel free to add any leftover roasted chicken, pork or beef.

Roasted Beet, Apple and Queso Fresco Salad

A delicious salad that lets you include some fall produce like beets.

Bourbon'd Filet Mignon

If you're a steak lover, this quick filet mignon recipe is just for you! Try it out with a side of steamed nonstarchy vegetables like asparagus, or a side of sautéed mushrooms.

Braised Chinese Shrimp

Stir-frying is a great cooking method for quick and delicious meals. This shrimp recipe can be done in less than 30 minutes!

Baby Carrots and Spicy Cream Dip

A great dip with a bit of a kick for a healthy snack.

Chicken-White Bean Soup with Fresh Veggie Topper

This is a great and quick soup recipe as cooler weather comes in.

Meatball Minestrone

Meatball minestrone is a hearty soup. This recipe can be doubled easily. If you have time, make extra and save it for another quick meal!

Sausage and Fresh Basil Fast Frittata

Frittatas are great breakfast options that can be cooked in bulk so that you can make several servings and spread them out throughout the week.

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