Diabetes-Friendly Comfort Foods
Eating to prevent or manage diabetes doesn't have to mean giving up foods you love.
Try these lighter versions of "comfort" faves from the American Diabetes Association.
Recipes for this classic comfort soup are typically loaded with saturated fat, which can increase your cholesterol-especially bad news for people with diabetes. But this mouthwatering version has only 3.5 grams per serving.See Full Recipe
Chicken Pot Pie with Phyllo
Sweet cherries and chocolate are a killer flavor combination-and both ingredients are loaded with artery-protecting antioxidants. Plus, a serving of this irresistible treat has only 105 calories and 18 grams of carbohydrates.See Full Recipe
Chili Chicken with Southwestern Barley Salad
Hot stuff! This recipe retains the good (flavor and fruit) of classic New Orleans Bananas Foster while reducing the bad-saturated fat and extra calories. Plus it has only 30 grams of carbohydrates.See Full Recipe
Chicken Tenders with Spicy Tomatoes and Black Beans
Skinless chicken strips offer high-quality protein without a lot of saturated fat. Add in fiber-rich black beans and the Southwestern flare of green chiles and tomatoes, and you've got a low-fat, low-carb winner for dinner.See Full Recipe
BLT with Rosemary Aioli