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Cranberry recipes your family and guests will love! Appetizers, desserts, baked goodies, main dishes and more. See what you can make with Cranberries.
Treating Mom to a special home-cooked breakfast is a great opportunity to create family teamwork. These oatmeal pancakes are not only delicious but healthy, too, and their preparation is no more time-consuming than more standard fare.
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!
While making smart food choices is a big part of diabetic meal planning, smart cooking methods play a huge role in how healthy the finished product is. Even the healthiest foods can be turned into a nutritional nightmare based solely on the way you cook them…
Check out these healthy, low-carb and diabetic-friendly pork recipes for Easter, including pork loin, leg of pork, pork shoulder and more.
There’s something satisfying about making homemade soup. Fresh ingredients, less salt, comforting aroma and, of course, you can brag about making it! Here are 10 healthy soup recipes that are diabetic-friendly.
Diabetes is a serious health condition that affects women in all life stages. It is also unique to women because it can impact on the health of both a mother and her unborn children. This article examines the challenges and risks of diabetes in each stage of a woman’s life.
To make it easier to eat right during the indulgent holiday season, try this menu of diabetic-friendly, heart-healthy Thanksgiving recipes.
Fresh from pick-your-own fields, farm stands and supermarkets, the juicy flavor of sun-sweet berries is one of the true delights of summer.
From a steaming cup of cocoa to brownies and fudge, chocolate is associated so closely with sweets that we rarely think of enjoying its rich flavor in savory dishes.
Fresh herbs are readily available in most markets these days, and they are always nice to use. But they can be expensive, and they have a short live span. Moreover, you have to buy a good-size bunch when your recipe may call for just a few sprigs. So it is important to store fresh herbs carefully and use them up – they always add something special to eggs or a salad.
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