Just as you have every right to continue living a normal life, you have every right to enjoy the good foods too. In truth, diabetic eating should not be about loneliness, deprivation and tasteless
diabetic meals. You should still look forward to eating - together with your family - just like in the past.
This is why we created The Diabetic Cookbook Series. And in this cookbook filled with 60 easy diabetic snack recipes, you will learn ways to prepare healthy, nutritional and delicious diabetic foods that you and your family will love and enjoy.
Speaking of diabetic snacks, we have only 1 rule: foods you can consume within minutes. So you will be glad that some of these snacks for diabetics make tasty and great dessert and breakfast
recipes too. It is totally up to you when you like to eat them.
Some of the recipes included in this diabetic cookbook are:
- Cookies - Chocolate Chips Chilled Cookies and Cranberries White Chocolate Cookies
- Brownies - Moist and Chewy Chocolate Brownies
- Coffee Cakes- Sweet Spice Date Coffee Cake
- Bread - The Make Sexy Banana Goes Nuts Bread and Mashed Boiled Potato Whole Wheat Bread
- Muffins - Naked Banana and Smooth Applesauce Muffins
- Shortbread - Rolled Oats with Rich and Buttery Pecan Shortbread
- Loaves - Cranberry Walnut Whole Wheat Loaf
- Bars - Naturally Fresh and Sweet Berry Cheesecake Bars
- Biscotti - Yummy Chocolate with Refreshing Orange Biscotti
- Biscuits - Sweet Potato Whole Wheat Biscuits
- Dips - Napoleon's Caramelized Onion Dip with Dippers and Thai "Sawadika" Fresh Spinach Dip with Dippers
- Squares - Nutritional Triple Healthy Seed with Coconut Oat Squares and Juicy Red Dates Cereal Squares
- Other Snacks like Fat Burning Cheese Quesadillas with Tropical Salsa and Perk Me Up Ice Pops
- Require no expensive cooking equipment
- Use real and commonly available ingredients that are good for blood sugar control
- Do not use artificial sweetener
- Are feasible even for someone with little experience
- Serving Size and Nutritional Information. You will know your calories, carbohydrates, protein, fat and sodium intake. No more guessing.
- Preparation/Cooking/Baking Time. Because the recipes are categorized and arranged according to preparation/cooking/baking time, you can easily target those that fit your schedule. How is that for time management?