45 Min10 Min15 MinModerateBroiler & Non-stick 12-inch pan Nutrition Per Servingcalories 184Fat 5.9gPROTEIN 21gcarbs 10.4gfiber 3.2gcholesterol 11mgIngredientsInstructionsPreheat your broiler. Get an oven-safe nonstick 12-inch pan, heat this over medium to high...
Whether you’re trying to prevent or control diabetes, your nutritional needs are just as same as everyone else; no special diet is necessary. However, you do need to eat smart and watch most notably the carbohydrates you eat. The most important thing you can also do is to lose a little weight.
If you are overweight (nothing to be ashamed of!), then avoiding the obvious foods that contain saturated fats/salt and refined sugars is of utmost importance, as is a balanced diet with a wide variety of ‘above ground’ vegetables, dairy produce, fresh fruits, nuts, berries, oily fish and lean meats such as chicken or turkey. It is wise to watch portion sizes, and a smaller plate often helps, as does regular sensible exercise.
Our aim is to make your diet just as interesting and tasty as any other types of recipes! There is no reason why you should eat bland and boring food just because you may have diabetes.
All our recipes are relatively low carb (less than 20 grams of carbs per serving) and they all taste AMAZING!