Don’t miss out on the rich, delicious foods that come along with fall if you suffer from diabetes. Here are some delicious recipes that won’t ruin your diet.
When the cool temperatures of fall blow through the apple orchards and pumpkin patches, our minds and stomachs immediately begin thinking about comfort foods. Often times these heavy, rich foods can lead to disaster for those managing diabetes. To keep your insulin pump or other diabetes medication working well, it’s important to monitor your diet. But, this doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of all the flavors that make fall…..well, FALL! These great recipes will give you plenty of ideas for your diabetes-friendly meal planning.
It’s the most important meal of the day so make it a priority. We recently shared some great ideas to start your day right. If you’re looking for even more ideas why not try a delicious peach and blueberry parfait? Use your favorite flavor of yogurt (or plain yogurt to cut the sugar even further), and layer in fresh fruits. Top with a whole grain cereal for an extra crunch.
If savory is more your style why not try an open-face spinach and olive melt? With only 100 calories per serving you can fill up without maxing out your breakfast calories.
When lunch rolls around it’s time to fill up. If you’ve got a limited lunch break, time is always a factor. Instead of reaching for something from a vending machine or grabbing fat and calorie heavy takeout, prepare a pot of soup the night before and heat it up.
- Indonesian Chicken and Soba Soup is packed with flavors and is easy to make ahead of time and reheat. You can always leave off the noodles if your carb count for the day is high or if you’re gluten-free.
- Cream of Chicken and Rice Florentine is a great example of how you can enjoy a creamy, rich soup without lots of calories. Each serving is 300 calories and loaded with vegetables. The flavors of lemon, garlic, and onion come together to give off not only a great scent but amazing taste.
- Pasta e Fagoli may seem like a good choice if you stop at a popular chain restaurant. But by making it yourself you can save calories and money. This recipe has just 235 calories and 35 carb grams per serving. It’s also perfect to make ahead.
End your day with a well-balanced dinner. Keep things simple by preparing a casserole like a Moroccan Beef and Pumpkin Bake. Mix together the flavors of North Africa with plentiful pumpkins for a delicious and simple one pan meal.
To end your day on a sweet note make a batch of chocolate chunk cookies. The best thing about this recipe? There are countless substitutions! Instead of oil used canned pumpkin or bananas. You could also mix in nuts for some additional protein.
If you have questions about diabetes and diabetes supplies, the experts at Focus Express Mail Pharmacy are here for you! Focus Express Mail Pharmacy has been helping people manage their diabetes for years. We can answer your questions about diabetes, insulin pumps, supplies, and more. Call us today at 1-866-403-6287 or visit www.FocusPharmacy.com.