Don’t give up fried chicken with this easy, tasty, crunchy oven fried chicken that’s diabetic! Always an easy, go-to favorite dinner. [...]
Here’s my favorite spinach dip that explodes with flavors of creamy Brie and Parmesan. Try serving with fresh veggies. Serve this delicious diabetic spinach dip for parties, tailgating or get-togethers. [...]
Stuffed peppers are the best. They utilize end of the summer bell peppers and you can pretty much make them your own based on what flavors you like. Feeling spicy? Go for Mexican themed. Feeling Mediterranean? Try a Greek-inspired pepper with feta, olives, cucumbers, rice, and tzatziki. Feeling saucy? Go Italian style with tomato sauce, mozzarella, and basil. The options are endless. [...]
Do you love pizza but get tired of the same old, same old? This quick, easy and calorie-friendly Cheesy Dried Plum Flatbread will bring new life to your breakfast, lunch or dinner offerings. [...]
Soft baked oatmeal that mimics the taste of a peanut butter cookie straight out of the oven. The best part about it? Every bite is yours. [...]
These easy-to-make cookies pack a ton of chocolate punch with gorgeous green Wonderful Pistachios to make them festive. [...]
A chic version of chocolate bark! The French call these little treats [i]Palettes[/i] and they are simply fine chocolate with artfully arranged nuts and fruit,. Stick to Wonderful Pistachios and add some holiday sprinkles to make them your own. [...]
Here's your everyday coleslaw dressed up with apples and walnuts to suit the season's festive spirit.
One of the mainstays of holiday meals are salads. Easy to prepare and modify to suit the seasonal availability of ingredients, they add a light tone to every meal that's both healthy and pleasing to both the palate and the eye. [...]
Don't get thrown off by the word "Capsicum"! It's the scientific name of peppers in general. Where we're from, Capsicums for salads mean bell peppers (especially the sweet variety,) regardless of color.
This Carrot and Capsicum salad with Parsley goes well with most main dishes, but we're partial to having them alongside grilled beef steak. Easy to prepare and healthy to boot, this salad should go well as a balance to meat-heavy meals. [...]
Merry Christmas! Here’s an easy holiday treat that everyone will love! With just 140 calories (4 + points), 18 carbs, and a mere teaspoon of sugar each, these deceptively decadent beauties will feel like they’ve been sent from Santa himself!
The cupcakes are moist and oh-so-chocolatey, with just a hint of of peppermint. The crowning glory is fluffy whipped cream cheese frosting topped with crushed peppermint candy. Add it all together, and all I can say is ho-ho-ho! [...]
Oatmeal Waffles This recipe is just one of several recipes developed and tested for Cheryl Farley's "The 10-Day Diabetes Meal Plan," a doctor-approved Diabetes Meal Plan designed to quickly and efficiently stop diabetes in its tracks. You will find the food to be nutritious and delicious, [...]
It wouldn’t be Christmas without these chocolaty, peppermint filled gems. Our Christmas tradition is to put a batch in the oven as we start to decorate the tree, and by the time we are half way through, I’m pulling them out of the oven much to my boys delight. They like them best when the outside is dried and crackly , but the inside is still a bit soft – with the chocolate oh-so-melty and the peppermint chewy…. [...]
Pumpkin Spice Latte: Just like the coffee shop favorite / just one carb choice / none of the added sugar.
Cardiovascular disease is a major complication of diabetes and the leading cause of premature death in people with diabetes. An adult with diabetes is two to four times more likely to develop heart disease or suffer a stroke than someone who does not have diabetes. In fact, more than 65 percent of deaths in people with diabetes are attributed to heart and vascular disease. [...]
This got its name because every time I make it, my family says "Oh, I love those potatoes!" You can make this with waxy potatoes, if you want, but russets brown much better. [...]