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While we’ve all felt guilty of having moments where we emotionally eat, it doesn’t have to be something we try to avoid when managing our diabetes.
We’ve put together a few of our favourite diabetes friendly recipes that are healthy alternatives to enjoy some of your favourite comfort foods during emotional times. Enjoy!!!
This is a low-fat twist on traditional French toast. Making it perfect for Sunday breakfast or brunch. This delicious and sweet breakfast is one of our favourite breakfast. If you want a lower calorie alternative, serve without the ricotta or cottage cheese.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Per Serve: 1928 kJ, carbohydrates 57.6g, protein 35.9g, total fat 10g (sat. fat 3.9g), fibre 7.9g, sodium 1097mg, carb exchanges 2 ½
Homemade sweet potato fries are the perfect snack! By baking them instead of deep frying them you are missing out on all the grease but not sacrificing the flavour. Sweet potatoes are jam packed with fibre, vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A. Orange are purple sweet potatoes are high in antioxidants and contain both soluble and insoluble fibre, promoting a healthy gut.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Per Serve: 476 kJ, carbohydrates 14g, protein 2g, total fat 5g (sat. fat 1g), fibre 3g, sodium 17mg, carb exchanges 1
Check out this veggie loaded lunch! Great for those chilly days.
Around 150 calories per serving (not including cauliflower rice/rice noodles):
Tip: If possible, use fresh chicken to cook this recipe - using thawed raw chicken with make the chicken taste dry.
This quick and easy ice-cream recipe is low GI and minimal sugar! This healthy ice-cream recipe contains fibre thanks to the banana. Making it perfect for people living with diabetes as they are absorbed slowly and cause a gradual increase in blood sugar. We recommend serving it with either sliced banana or strawberries.
Try it out for yourself or follow along with Andi as she makes hew own ice-cream using the very same recipe!
Preparation Time: 2 minutes
Cooking Time: 3 minutes
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