Serving roast turkey for Christmas dinner is a tradition for some Americans, but many of us find that it’s just too soon after Thanksgiving to serve turkey again. This is why so many people turn to beef and pork roasts for Christmas dinner – and why we have 10 delicious diabetic-friendly roasts to consider for this year’s feast.
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While people are mostly thinking about all the sugar in the Halloween candy being handed out, there is another important question that they don’t always know the answer to: Is it safe for people living with diabetes to drink alcohol?
You’re going to love these Autumn-inspired diabetic recipes, which feature seasonal ingredients that you might find at your local farmers market right now.
Looking for some great diabetic recipes for this 4th of July? Check out this collection of recipes to include on this year’s menu! From popsicles and pies to ribs, steaks and burgers, you’re sure to find something you and your guests will love.
Dads love having breakfast made for them on Father’s Day. Here are 7 diabetic friendly breakfast recipes for Father’s Day.
Looking for diabetic burger recipes? Take a look at this collection of healthier burger recipes, from the classic to the truly unique.
With spring come thoughts of all things green, including cabbage and St. Patrick’s Day. Create your own healthy and unique dish to celebrate the wearing of green by pairing green cabbage with ground turkey.
Looking for something sweet for your sweetie? Here’s a collection of chocolate dessert recipes for Valentine’s Day that have as little as 9 grams of carbs per serving.
For children living with diabetes, overindulging on the delicacies of the holiday season could result in more than a stomach ache — it could mean a trip to the emergency room.
Bake sugarfree or reduced sugar cookies to make sure you have a place at the cookie table. Here are 7 lower-carb Christmas cookies, including classic Gingerbread Men Cookies.
To make it easier to eat right during the indulgent holiday season, try this menu of diabetic-friendly, heart-healthy Thanksgiving recipes.
In the mood for something a little different? Try one of these Reduced-Carb Cheesecake Bars and treat yourself to a sweet treat that is diabetic-friendly.
Apples, apples everywhere! Pick up a bag of fragrant, fresh apples and try some great apple recipes, like Baked Apple Pancake, Apple Muffins, Apple Crisp, Apple & Squash Bake and more!
It’s a fact. Dads love steak. Many people incorrectly assume that lean cuts of beef aren’t flavorful or juicy, but many of America’s favorite cuts are lean. Give Dad what he really wants with these flavorful recipes, perfect for the grill.
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