Featured Cookbook Recipes

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

Avocado BLT

A delicious BLT is a perfect and flavorful summer meal.

Greek Salad

This Greek salad takes washed ready-to-eat salad and spices it up with cherry tomatoes, radishes, and feta cheese.

Pork Pita Pocket

Sautéed pork is garnished with a refreshing cucumber sauce and stuffed in pita bread in this quick meal.

Tacos in a Bowl

For this recipe, you only have to cook ground beef. After that, putting all of the ingredients in a bowl takes no time at all.

Crunchy Veggie Wraps

These festive wraps are easy to adapt to your own tastes or refrigerator’s contents.

Baked Red Snapper with Golden Onions

A simple baked fish is a delightful dinner, especially with flavorful side dishes.

Long Leaf Tex-Mex Chicken Salad Wraps

This healthy take on chicken salad is easy to make and perfect for a meal on the go.

Butter Lettuce Salad with Pears, Bacon, and Cilantro

This quick salad has a unique combination of flavors for very little work.

Grilled Clams with Garlic (Butter) and Lime

Nothing can be easier or more delicious. Serve with a side of grilled asparagus.

Halibut with Garlicky Vegetable Trio

This delightful recipe is as colorful as it is quick, delicious, and nutritious. Serve up with a side of whole wheat couscous or quinoa.

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