Featured Cookbook Recipes

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

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.

Peach-Cranberry Quick Bread

Summer may be ending, but that doesn't mean you can't still use peaches! Try out this breakfast recipe that makes use of some frozen peaches for a year round morning meal.

Smoky Pork Chops with Tomatoes

Try out this quick pork chop recipe with some great seasoning! Pair it with some whole grains and a nonstarchy vegetable to make a complete meal.

Chicken and Pepper Paella

This unique paella recipe is made with pasta instead of rice and is a great dish that can have just about any vegetables mixed in.

Sweet Onion Frittata with Ham

Try out this savory recipe that is perfect for your busy mornings. You could also pair it with our Fresh Black Bean Salsa on the side.

Greek Bean and Vegetable Soup (Fassoulada)

Fall is rolling in – get ready for cooler temperatures with this Greek soup recipe.

Sweet Peanut Buttery Dip

This is a great dip that can be for your snack or even as part of a dessert! Try it out with apples too instead of bananas.

Tilapia with Caper'd Sour Cream

We all have those busy weeknights, but look no further if you need a quick dinner recipe. This is a great seafood dish that can be made in less than 15 minutes!

Turkey Skillet Casserole

Casseroles are great dishes to cook in large amounts and save for the week – they make for easy meals that need just a little bit of reheating! Try out this casserole dish packed with protein and great for mixing in vegetables.

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