In this revised and expanded edition of their all-around guide to living with diabetes, the authors provide cutting-edge information on the latest treatments and scientific advances; new and important tips for making smart food choices and de-signing eating plans; and answers to frequently asked questions.
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The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 200 Healthy Recipes from Homestyle Favorites to Restaurant Classics
While The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook has been designed to meet the needs of people living with diabetes, it really is a cookbook for everyone that appreciates great food. With over 200 recipes that are perfect for everyday meals, as well as for entertaining, The Diabetic Gourmet Cookbook makes a wonderful, thoughtful addition to any cookbook collection.
If you have diabetes, you know firsthand that mealtime choices can be a major challenge. But here you have more than 200 magic recipes to turn the struggle into a smorgasbord.
Easy-to-follow recipes for sweet, mouthwatering cakes, pies, candies, scones, and more – using no sugar or natural sugar.
Many meal plans today call for more frequent but smaller meals and snacks. If you’re on such a meal plan, or if you’re looking for new snack ideas, this book is for you.
Moist and luscious! Recipe can be doubled (or tripled) for company. Reheats and/or freezes well. Recipe for Gloria’s Limelight Roast Chicken from our Main Dishes recipe section.
Latkas are served at Chanukah to celebrate the miracle of a little bit of oil lasting for 8 days. Traditional latkas are usually fried in 1/4 cup of oil, so 1 latka contains about 3 grams of fat. I don’t know anyone who can stop at just 1 latka, so these “no-guilt” latkas are a terrific alternative. Each one contains just over a gram of fat – that’s a miracle!“
Can be frozen. Serve with salsa, tzadziki,“low-fat sour cream or yogurt. Recipe for No-fry Potato and Spinach Latkas from our Soups and Chowders recipe section.
Reheats and/or freezes well. If soup gets thick, add a little water or broth. Recipe for Green Split Pea and Barley Soup from our Soups and Chowders recipe section.
This salad keeps for 3 days in a glass (not metal) bowl in the refrigerator, if well covered. Recipe for Doug’s Flower Power Caesar Salad from our Main Dishes recipe section.
Dressing will keep 4-5 days in the refrigerator. Recipe for Lighter Caesar Dressing from our Sauces and Condiments recipe section.
The vegetables for this colorful, vitamin-packed kugel can be prepared quickly in the food processor. Double the recipe for a large crowd. It’s a winner! Use frozen spinach instead of fresh if you prefer. Recipe for Spinach Vegetable Kugel from our Vegetarian recipe section.
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