Browse our collection of diabetic-friendly St. Patrick's Day recipes. All recipes include complete nutritional information, including carbs and diabetic exchanges, to help make your diabetic meal planning easy.
This recipe is an excellent source of fiber, protein, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, selenium and zinc; and a good source of niacin and iron. It is also high in fat and sodium and may not be a good choice for many restricted diets.
Wrap up the flavors of the Emerald Isle in these delicious corned beef and cabbage rolls. For convenience, stuff the cabbage leaves the night before, then just cook them in the oven for an easy St. Patrick's Day dinner. Cooked in nutrient-rich spaghetti sauce, this main dish is an easy way to fit in more veggies! Nutrition information, based on using 1/3 head of cabbage in this recipe.
A popular sandwich inspires a great soup! Start with the convenience of canned broth from your pantry. Then blend in the flavors of canned sauerkraut corned beef onion, bell pepper and celery, and then Swiss cheese to make this soup a family favorite.