Need diabetic recipes? Get great recipes for diabetics for your next meal. Discover diabetes-friendly recipes for dinner, desserts, snacks and much more. Not all low-carb, low-sugar meals have to be tasteless. Check out this collection of recipes to find a dish perfect for every course.
Think diabetic recipes are bland? Think again. All of our diabetes-friendly recipes meet dietary guidelines for people with diabetes and are taste-approved. Having diabetes doesn’t equal deprivation and our recipes taste so good, your family and friends will love them too. Yum!
Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts
– Try Ina Garten's classic Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts recipe from Barefoot Contessa on Food Network. The key to a perfect roasted vegetable is a hot oven. This is a very simple recipe for your family's dinner table. Get the Recipe >>
– Whip up this Chilaquiles Casserole when you’re craving cheesy comfort food. The flavor-packed recipe contains 23 grams of carb per serving and feeds eight. Get the Recipe >>
Pineapple Ice Cream
– Pineapple Ice Cream - All-fruit, dairy-free and with no added sugar—these are the hallmarks of this "ice" cream, a healthy alternative to real ice cream. This Pineapple Ice Cream has wonderful tropical flavors, thanks to a hint of juicy mango and lime.
It takes just a few minutes to make this naturally sweet, frozen dessert in either a food processor or a blender. Enjoy it alone, or top with fresh fruit and toasted coconut. Get the Recipe >>
Broiled Rainbow Trout with Fresh Tomato
– Broiled Rainbow Trout with Fresh Tomato is a diabetic friendly recipe. Tomatoes and lime juice give this low-fat fish recipe extra moistness and flavor. The delicate texture of trout requires broiling or baking in a hot oven rather than grilling on a barbecue. Get the Recipe >>
Cheesy Cauliflower Tots
– Serve these to the family as a side with dinner. The taste is so similar to traditional tater tots, they may not realize it’s cauliflower that they are eating! Move over potatoes, There's a New Tot in Town. If you need a way to get your family to eat more vegetables, give these a try. These kid-friendly cauliflower tots are so good, they won't realize they are eating vegetables. Get the Recipe >>
Creamy Spinach & Artichoke Chicken
This is a great diabetic slow cooker chicken dinner that is a really healthy meal. You will love this creamy comfort food packed with veggies and protein without the worry of the added fat, carbs, and calories of traditional home-style cooking.
I love, love, LOVE my slow cooker! The best slow cooker recipes are the ones where you just throw everything in, set it, and forget it. This Creamy Artichoke Chicken is one of those. It is super-easy and super-tasty!
Slow Cooker Spinach and Artichoke Chicken...The chunks of chicken mixed in with pieces of artichoke hearts and spinach all mixed in a creamy sauce. It goes well with a large garden dinner salad. Get the Recipe >>
Broccoli Mushroom Cheddar Omelet
– This Broccoli Mushroom Cheddar Omelet is easy to make and a diabetic friendly recipe. Start off your day with this nutrition dense omelet with a slice of whole grain toast. A Broccoli Mushroom Cheddar omelet is not only perfect for breakfast, but also for a quick lunch or dinner. Get the Recipe >>
Brown Rice Porcupine Meatballs
– This Brown Rice Porcupine Meatball is a classic retro dinner, made in the oven. This recipe makes a great addition to a hearty meal and these baked porcupine meatballs are a great choice for a busy day. Simply simmer the meatballs in the oven in a tasty seasoned broth for 30 minutes. The brown rice in the meatballs will have puffed up all around the meat, and your meatballs will look like little porcupines. Get the Recipe >>
Fresh Tomato Crostini
– Fresh Tomato Crostini are easy to make and they are an excellent way to showcase fresh seasonal ingredients. This is just a simple combination of ripe tomatoes, basil and garlic. Have this Italian appetizer ready in just 15 minutes. Plum tomatoes usually have better flavor and are less watery than other tomatoes during the off season, so they are great for this recipe. Get the Recipe >>
– It's spring and asparagus are in season! A great way to enjoy them is sautéed with some shallots and cooked up with eggs into an easy frittata. This beautiful Asparagus Frittata recipe is remarkably simple to make! This frittata is cooked on the stovetop, rather than baking in the oven. Get the Recipe >>
Luscious Lemon Squares
– Luscious Lemon Squares Tangy Lemon Squares. With their crisp crust and creamy lemon filling, these little squares taste of spring. Diabetic Friendly Recipe. Get the Recipe >>
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
If you haven't yet figured out a go-to recipe for brussels sprouts, this simple dish is the answer. Roasted Brussels Sprouts are simply seasoned with salt, pepper, and olive oil, then slow-roasted in a very hot oven until brown. They are the perfect combination for any dinner.
Brussels sprouts are rich in many valuable nutrients. They are an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K. They are a very good source of numerous nutrients including folate, manganese, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, choline, copper, vitamin B1, potassium, phosphorus and omega-3 fatty acids. Get the Recipe >>
– Roman-Style Chicken, homey Roman favorite is a simple braise of chicken with white wine, tomatoes, garlic and a colorful mix of roasted bell peppers. Get the Recipe >>