I made a delicious whole grain pancake recently thanks to a recipe at the Whole Grains Council website. The pancakes were so moist and amazing with a dollop of yogurt and the berry topping. I tweaked the recipe by adding 2 Tablespoons flaxseed and used 2% milk. I also used a mixture of berries in the topping and cut back some on the added sugar. Here’s the original recipe I based mine on: Oatmeal-Yogurt Pancakes with Blackberry Crush. Hope you enjoy this tasty way to get more whole grains in your diet!
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Sweet potato casserole is a Thanksgiving side-dish that can contain many extra carbs. In order to bring carbs back into line, I made these cups without any added sugar. The addition of a little extra cinnamon really brings out the natural flavor of the sweet potatoes. Be sure to make these in muffin […]
Ready for one of the easiest and quickest low carb chicken recipes ever? Here it is! Low carb salsa chicken comes together in a snap and is perfect for weeknights or anytime. Use your favorite low carb salsa, chicken tenders and cheese (optional) to make this recipe the whole family will love! Let’s get […]
Roasted baby carrots make a delicious side dish the whole family will love. These carrots roast while you are preparing the rest of your meal. Roasting allows all the sweetness of the carrots to shine through! If you are following a diet for diabetes, be sure to allow for the carbs in this […]
Low Carb Chicken Alfredo is a quick and easy chicken recipe the whole family will love. I used a low carb alfredo sauce along with some leftover grilled chicken tenders. You could easily use a store-bought rotisserie chicken instead. This recipe is diabetes-friendly and can be adapted to make it one the […]