This traditional combo gives you a rapid energy boost and a sweet and nutty delight anytime. Slice one small apple and put one tablespoon of homemade peanut butter on each slice.
A little hot taste with horseradish is craveable. Make a batch for the week! Add a slice of whole-grain toast or ten crackers for 15 grams of complex carbs if you're insulin-dependent.
Diabetes patients love salad on a stick since it's full of vegetables and olive oil. Make ahead to keep in the fridge for between-meal snacks.
Pre-made salsa adds flavor to this guac, making it easier to make. Additionally, avocados' polyunsaturated fatty acids boost insulin activity, making blood sugar regulation easier.
One cup of cooked edamame contains 17g protein and 8g fiber, making it a potent diabetes-friendly food for hunger control.
This salsa includes all three with a dash of jalapeno heat. Tasteful salsa can be eaten alone or with crunchy endive or lettuce dippers.