Baked chicken breasts breaded with mustard and Parmesan cheese.
Reviewed by Jason C. Baker, MD. Updated 7/24/19. Breakfast is the most challenging meal for people living with diabetes. Standard breakfast fare is
Crab cakes sweetened with corn and red bell peppers, and spiced with a touch of cayenne.
Smoked salmon and dill add flavor to this stovetop spinach frittata.
A salad of bulgar (cracked wheat) with cucumber, tomato, and parsley, tossed in a lemony dressing.
A delicious chicken drumstick recipe with Dijon mustard and herbs.
Reviewed by Susan Weiner, RD, MS, CDE, CDN. Updated on 7/23/19. You’ve heard about diabetes superfoods. They’re foods packed with
Stuffed endive leaves with sweet, roasted garlic, tangy goat cheese, and fresh thyme.
Toasted walnuts add crunch (and healthy omega 3 fat) to this favorite green bean recipe.
Top these baked cod filets with a zesty salsa of tomatoes, olives, capers (recipe below)
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