“People with Diabetes can eat anything: it’s all about balance” – Jane K Dickinson
Fighting with diabetes doesn’t means that it’s a full stop to tasty and yummy dishes on your table. But what exactly is the “healthy” diabetes recipe? Well!! Renovating the old recipe into healthy alternative is an awesome solution that can be definitely supported. Most people consider that food for diabetes is tasteless, but with little planning and forethought you can savor the perfect food of your choice! Of course, diabetic patients must be careful with the food they choose, but there are great tasty foods for diabetics out here.
Check out the “healthy” diabetes recipes out here, which can make your day more comfortable and stronger.
First meal of the day:
Knockout your brunch with raw fruit cereals! Basically, using the cut pieces of your favorite fruits and natural grains added to fresh water and milk will get intensely an enjoyable recipe.
Indulge in diabetic friendly dishes:
For maximum essence, marinate the chicken for around 8 to 10 hours. As you start cooking cover the prepared chicken with healthy herbs, bread crumbs and minute parmesan cheese. Bake them for about 35 minutes and above 350 degrees. Serve your cooked chicken with steamed vegetables.
It’s so simple, combine all the below ingredients and blend until it gets smooth. Sit back and enjoy!
• 2 cup water
• 2-3 cups lightly packed baby spinach leaves (if possible organic)
• 1 pear
• ½ to 1 banana
• ¼ tsp of cardamom
• 1-2 tbsp chia seeds (soak in 2 cups water for a while)
Buy chia seeds from health stores since this seeds are high in calcium, fiber, protein. Antioxidants and omega-3.
The perfect Dine:
Among all the delightful dishes preferred by diabetics, Spanish egg roll is very simple and can be easily prepared at home. Scramble the eggs in the same way you usually do, don’t forget to add in some cubed onion and peppers to your taste. As they are ready dash some shredded cheese on top and spoon over for a tortilla wrap.
Desserts for you!
You can enjoy the delicious desserts when you step into diabetes, but take time for understanding and moderation knowing how it waves with your blood sugar.
• 1 env. Gelatin
• ¼ cup of water
• 1 sq. unsweetened chocolate
• 1/8 tsp. of cinnamon
• ¾ tsp. liquid food sweetener
• ½ cup evaporated milk
• ½ tsp. vanilla
• ¼ cup chopped nut
Soak gelatin in ¼ cup water for 5 minutes. Turn on the flame and melt chocolate with cinnamon and sweetener, through the process add milk and water slowly. Finally, add the prepared gelatin, stir until dissolved. Turn off the flame, and add chilled vanilla. As the mixture thickens, add dry nuts. At last, turn it in cold pan and serve the firm dessert.
“What, when and how to eat” Got a clear idea? Ok, then say “good bye” to the old tasteless recipes and dissolve into something innovative stuff in your diabetic diet.
*Disclaimer: The results may vary from person to person, depending on age, sex, body weight and a lot of other factors.*