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You can substitute butternut squash for the sweet potatoes in this recipe if you'd like. This stew is excellent served over the Root Vegetable Cakes.
Here’s a diabetes-friendly version of classic beef stroganoff. Save yourself prep time with this recipe by buying presliced mushrooms.
This is a better-for-you version of beef teriyaki – an Asian dish that is well-known here in the United States. You can also substitute the beef in this dish for chicken breast or tofu. Or, use the teriyaki as a sauce for cooked vegetables.
Never cooked with beets before? This quick and easy recipe is a great place to start. The roasted beets, arugula, and feta make a delicious combination of flavors!
For a little more heat in these poppers, increase the amount of crushed red pepper flakes to your liking.
This delicious and mouth-watering dessert is full of antioxidant rich berries, vitamin C and fiber from the oatmeal.
Prepare this Best Roasted Chicken recipe ahead of time. After cooking, place the broth in the refrigerator overnight and the fat will rise to the top and solidify slightly. Then you can just scrape the fat off the top and have just the broth leftover to serve with the skinless chicken.
This salad is perfect for a spring picnic or quick lunch dish and is jam-packed with fiber.
Use lower-carb butter lettuce as a substitute for a tortilla wrap. If you don't like your food spicy, substitute the jalapeno for chopped green bell pepper.
This dish also works great in a sauté pan on the stove top.
Fresh berries are finally in season! Try making this parfait with a variety of berries like raspberries, blackberries and strawberries as well.
Make any breakfast a special occasion with our light blueberry pancakes with hot blueberry topping!
It’s good to save sweets for special occasions. Enjoy this warm drink by substituting it for some of the carbohydrates in your meal or snack.
Some of this warm Apple Crisp is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Wondering how to fit in dessert this Thanksgiving? Check out our tips to Adjust the Holiday Meal Plan.
Incorporating fruit into your desserts helps give them nutritional value. These lower-carb fruit cups are a great choice for those watching out for their diabetes and their heart health.
The DASH diet plan to lower blood pressure recommends fruits, vegetables, low-fat milk products, whole-grains, and nuts. This quick breakfast fits the DASH diet perfectly as it is packed with fruit, low-fat dairy, and fiber. You can substitute a granola or nuts for the Kind product if needed here.
Have you had green beans almondine? Now try Broccoli Almondine. Almonds and nuts contain the heart-healthier monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. The American Heart Association recommends eating at least 4 servings per week of nuts, legumes or seeds.
The American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association recommend eating at least 2 servings of fish per week. This broiled cod is a tasty option. If you're not a fan of cod, feel free to substitute any fish here.
Congee is a traditional rice porridge. It’s commonly eaten at breakfast time, but can also be enjoyed any other time of day. It’s a great way to make a small amount of rice go a long way, and can be paired with meat, fish, veggies, or eggs.
This recipe is best made a day (or several hours) ahead of time to allow the Brussels sprouts to really absorb the dressing but it can be served immediately if needed.