Online recipes for Diabetics
Finding nutritious recipes that taste great and won’t wreak havoc on your blood sugar levels can be a challenge when you’re living with diabetes.
The good news is, there’s dozens of websites and blogs online that cater to diabetics and offer great ideas for everything from dinner to dessert.
If you’re looking for a few new recipes to try, take a look at some of our favourites.
Spinach and Mushroom Lasagne
Enjoy a hearty Italian meal with family and friends with this delicious spinach and mushroom lasagne recipe from Diabetes UK.
Minced Beef and Vegetable Filo Pie
This delicious recipe from Diabetes UK is a spin on the classic beef mince pie; replace puff pastry with filo pastry for a healthier choice that doesn’t scrimp on taste.
If you need a delicious dessert that’s suitable for diabetics too, look no further than this delicious Blueberry Cheesecake recipe from the Telegraph. It’s low in sugar but rich in taste.
This quick and easy fajitas recipe from GlucoMen is perfect for a relaxed and casual dinner. A few simple substitutions help keep this recipe delicious and healthy for diabetics.
Carrot and Lentil Soup
Carrots and lentils are hearty and filling but still help to keep your sugar levels balanced. Try this delicious carrot and lentil soup recipe from the Huffington Post for weekday lunches.
What are your favourite diabetes recipes? Do you have any sources to share? Let us know in the comments below!
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