Recipes Forum and Discussions

  • Sauces?

    Does anyone have diabetic friendly sauce suggestions? Besides tomato sauce and Alfredo sauce and teriyaki sauce? I want something new to put on meat particularly. Note-- I can't handle spicy beyond mild buffalo.

    By TerriblyAngry 4 Replies Latest Reply 2016-05-02 23:31:42 -0500
  • salted caramel fat bombs

    SALTED CARAMEL FAT BOMBS 1cup (8 ounces) Kerrygold butter 1cup (8 ounces) coconut oil ¼ cup (2 ounces) sour cream ¼ cup (2 ounces) heavy whipping cream ¼ cup (2 ounces) Jordan’s or Torani Salted caramel sugar and carb free syrup (more or less to your taste). Coarse grind sea salt You may...

    By lilleyheidi 7 Replies Latest Reply 2015-09-14 13:56:05 -0500
  • To the Cooks out there

    I detest Avocados. Please *do not* try and talk me into eat them. They remind me of mold poop. So don't even try. Here is my dilemma. I am working to eat better, my organic, and am always looking for different ways to make foods. Why in the name of all that is food holy does 90% of the...

    By JoleneAL 17 Replies Latest Reply 2015-06-21 11:44:31 -0500
  • Your favorite salad??

    Mini toss salads with lots of cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, beef sprouts, shrimp, turkey, peppers, lite feta, vingerate ,

    By artqween 12 Replies Latest Reply 2014-07-28 03:08:35 -0500
  • Summer BBQs

    Many of us will be getting together with friends and family for the 4th of July and no doubt there will be food involved. So if you are looking for some great lower carb BBQ options check out this recipe slideshow that has been compiled for your viewing...

    Jeanette Terry
    By Jeanette Terry 9 Replies Latest Reply 2014-07-09 04:31:29 -0500
  • Cooling down for summer

    It is really starting to get hot outside, and I am just not ready for that yet. So I am doing everything I can to keep my family cool already this summer. I found this great collection of recipes of cold snacks and treats from the recipe section. I am definitely going to give a few of them a...

    Jeanette Terry
    By Jeanette Terry 5 Replies Latest Reply 2014-06-05 01:52:50 -0500
  • How healthy can we eat???

    Hi Peeps!!!! :), Happy great Health to all!! How healthy can we eat??? Your suggestions,... Recipes, thoughts, I recommend cook with 0 calorie cooking spray canola oil flavor, avoid fats in the meat department, lots of high fiber foods: oatmeal, v-8 juice, prune juice,... broccoli,...

    By artqween 24 Replies Latest Reply 2014-05-20 18:37:38 -0500
  • Snack recipes slideshow

    For those of you who don't get the recipe newsletters via email, there was a great one today with a recipe slideshow for snack recipes. The munchies are my biggest enemy so these low carb snack ideas are going to come in handy for me. Here is the link:...

    Jeanette Terry
    By Jeanette Terry 1 Replies Latest Reply 2014-02-13 15:57:01 -0600
  • Recipes

    What recipes would be welcome here? I mean, is there a certain carb amount to stay below on? For example, I make a gluten free "lava cake" but each serving (4) has 28.8 carbs, 5.61 fibers, and 9.52 protein. Would that be too many carbs for you? Just trying to get a feel for what I should...

    By theladyiscrazy 4 Replies Latest Reply 2014-05-14 10:33:32 -0500
  • Recipe Substitutions

    I have been trying to find diabetic friendly recipes but have been having problems with some of the ingredients. For instance, I recently came across a recipe for a chicken stroganoff that calls for dry white wine. I am disabled and rely on food stamps and can't afford to buy alcohol, even for...

    By lisarddl 5 Replies Latest Reply 2013-10-29 00:07:15 -0500
  • Welcoming Nikki Sheriff to Diabetic Connect!

    We are proud to welcome Nikki Sheriff to the community as a special contributor. Nikki is the author of the Naughty Carbs blog ( and will be sharing some of her great recipes with us. Please help us in giving her a warm welcome, and check out some of her tasty...

    By RachelChavez 16 Replies Latest Reply 2013-05-12 14:58:39 -0500
  • Cookie recipe trouble

    I recently got some Sweetleaf by Stevia. I went to the web site and found a recipe for chocolate chip cookies. I made the recipe and something went wrong. The cookies were REALLY dry and soaking them in milk did was not very helpful in moistening them up. The cookies also had a powdery...

    By AuntieBear 7 Replies Latest Reply 2013-03-06 01:07:22 -0600
  • New and Improved Recipe Section

    We have updated the recipe section to make it easier for you to browse and find the recipes you love. The new design is much more visual and has improved navigation through the top reicpes which makes finding recipes that fit your management plan easeir than ever. Please take a minute and...

    Jeanette Terry
    By Jeanette Terry 5 Replies Latest Reply 2012-12-20 19:21:41 -0600
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  • Diabetic Living - Winter 2011 - Review

    This publication, "Diabetic Living" from Better Homes & Gardens, is without a doubt my favorite magazine. I first found "Diabetic Living" at my library and grabbed an arm full of back issues. I have one word: WOW! The Winter 2011 issue features news, articles, recipes and even...

    By RAYT721 1 Replies Latest Reply 2011-10-24 22:05:14 -0500
  • Diabetic newsletters e-mailed

    WebMD will e-mail you newsletters on diabetes and other health topics. You can also receive recipes by e-mail. Here is the link:

    By lmkilday 3 Replies Latest Reply 2011-09-10 08:49:04 -0500
  • New recipe "the kitchen sink" stir fry

    Sautee a few red potatos, 1 summer squash, 3/4 c. brocolli, 3/4 c. chopped ham and 1 onion. When veggies are soft throw in 1 scrambled egg and cook until egg is done. Salt and pepper to taste. Very yummy :)

    By Abby888 4 Replies Latest Reply 2011-09-02 15:13:12 -0500