Eating a diabetic-friendly diet doesn’t have to be boring. We’ve teamed up with the experts at EatingWell to bring you a nutritionist-approved meal plan. With meals like southwestern beef and bean burger wraps, pecan-crusted catfish and chili-rubbed steak
Diabetic-friendly recipes: Cookies 'n' Cream Crunch. This dessert uses no-sugar-added ice cream to cut down on carbs. It calls for pecans, but you can substitute almonds instead if you want a boost of monounsaturated fat.
Peanut butter is the quintessential snack, and this variety has less sodium and sugar than regular peanut butter and a really smooth, peanutty flavor. Plus, it's a good source of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant.
Creamy Butter Chicken Recipe ~ Says: The creamy sauce is just superb with deep fried chicken. The aroma of curry leaves make this dish more fragrant and savouring. You can just eat it on its own, which is "finger licking good", serve with rice or noodles.