Warm and Cozy Diabetes-Friendly Recipes

Warm and Cozy Diabetes-Friendly Recipes

December 13, 2015

From main courses to dessert recipes, you can truly enjoy the holidays with these scrumptious diabetes-friendly recipes. Choose some for a weeknight dinner or holiday party, and show your guests how delicious diabetes-friendly recipes can be.

Cider Pork Stew

Enjoy a hearty pork stew flavored with apple cider. This make a great diabetes-friendly dinner on a cold winter night. Begin cooking the soup in the morning and allow it to warm your kitchen all day. Follow this Diabetic Living recipe: Cider Pork Stew.

Turkey Vegetable Bake

Quickly prepare this main dish by beginning in a skillet and then baking for 30 minutes. What a delicious way to eat your protein and veggies in a tasty cheese sauce! We love this Diabetic Living recipe: Turkey Vegetable Bake.

Spinach and Goat Cheese Tartlets

These low carb tartlets are perfect as a diabetes-friendly appetizer for a holiday party with only 2 grams of carbs and no sugar. All your guests will love the flavorful filling! Follow this Food Network recipe: Spinach and Goat Cheese Tartlets.

Cinnamon Roasted Pears

Did you know it only takes 45 minutes to make roasted pears in the oven? With this recipe, you can enjoy a scrumptious guilt-free dessert that is also gluten-free. Follow this recipe: Cinnamon Roasted Pears.

Rosemary Red Fruit Compote

The beautiful red fruit with a green garnish makes the perfect addition to a Christmas dinner as a dessert or even an appetizer. Also included are instructions for making yogurt cheese. Use this Diabetic Living recipe: Rosemary Red Fruit Compote.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Molten Cupcakes

Enjoy a chocolate and peanut butter dessert that you will never believe is diabetes-friendly. Make this irresistible dessert: Chocolate Peanut Butter Molten Cupcakes.

For a diabetes-friendly snack with a very low glycemic index of 24, order a sample pack of NuGo Slim protein bars.