Diabetes runs in my family. Luckily, I don’t have any signs of it yet but it never hurts to be prepared. Besides, cutting down on sugar is never a bad thing! I love cooking with my Instant Pot so when I saw the Instant Pot Diabetes Cookbook I was curious to check it out!
This cookbook features fast and easy recipes designed for the Instant Pot pressure cooker. You’ll find dishes for every meal of the day that follow the dietary standards of the ADA (American Diabetes Association) that can be enjoyed by the whole family. I was delighted to see such a variety of unique options to really switch up my family’s meal plan. Author, recipe developer and food consultant Nancy S. Hughes makes it easy to eat right with her simple diabetes friendly recipes in this book.
If there’s one meal my family always loves, it’s breakfast weather we eat it in the morning or for dinner! The Custard Cup Frittatas recipe caught my eye immediately. There are 90 recipes in this book but not all of them are photographed. I love seeing the finished result beforehand and this is one of the recipes that included a photo.
This recipe is easy to follow and makes a great and filling meal. I love the cook’s notes on each recipe that offer pointers to make things even easier! Whether you’re looking for weeknight meals or something for larger, social gatherings, you’ll find classics and refreshing new recipes that deliver great flavor without a lot of effort and take the guesswork out of keeping meals diabetes friendly. These recipes are perfect for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes, are working through gestational diabetes or just want to follow a low sugar diet.
The set it and forget it recipes in this book cover everything from American favorites to Mexican, Italian, Thai and Indian dishes. You’ll even find healthy versions of your favorite fried dishes. Here are just a few recipes you’ll find in this book, each with complete nutrition information to make meal planning easy:
- Custard-Cup Frittatas
- Chicken Curry Salad on Asparagus, Edamame, and Greens
- Wheat Berry, Black Bean, and Avocado Salad
- Minted Moroccan Chicken Wraps
- Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Apple-Vanilla Sauce
- Chicken Sausage and Zucchini-Stuffed Potatoes
- Sausage and White Bean-Stuffed Portobellos
- Chia-Berry Crepes
You can find out more about this book and purchase a copy here.
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