This menu proves that diabetics can eat a varied, healthy diet!
Breakfast: Baked Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal
Carbs: 35 g
This recipe combines diabetic-friendly oatmeal with the surprise ingredient of peanut butter.
Lunch: Slow Cooker Vegetable Chili (leftover from Day Two)
Dinner: Skinny Salmon, Kale & Cashew Bowl
Carbs: 42 g
This low-carb fish recipe combines heart-healthy salmon with kale, a vegetable that can help improve blood glucose levels. Throw in quinoa for a rounded meal.
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Breakfast: Individual Egg and Spinach Bowls
Carbs: 6 g
Extremely low in fat, calories and carbs, you can afford to eat two of these mostly-egg-white bowls.
Lunch: 5-Ingredient Instant Pot Mac and Cheese (leftover from Days One and Three)
Dinner: Instant Pot Chicken Pot Roast
Carbs: 15 g
With a measly 15 grams of carbs to the pot roast, you can easily afford to throw in ½ cup of brown rice. This is low-carb comfort food at its finest.
Breakfast: 4 Ingredient Protein Pancakes
Carbs: 9 g
Oats. Protein. Pancakes. Enough said!
Lunch: Skinny Salmon, Kale & Cashew Bowl (leftover from Day Four)
Dinner: Slow Cooker Vegetable Chili (leftover from Days Two and Four )
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Breakfast: Egg and Spinach Bowls (leftover from Day Five)
Lunch: One Pot “Stuffed” Cabbage Stew
Carbs: 21 g
This salad gives you diabetic-friendly lean turkey and cholesterol-lowering cabbage for a tasty lunch.
Dinner: Instant Pot Chicken Pot Roast (leftover from Day Five)
Apple Slices and Peanut Butter – Protein will satisfy your hunger and make it easier to bypass extra carbs.
Low-Fat String Cheese – Low calorie, low-carb and so fun to eat.
Hard-Boiled Egg – Less than 5 grams of carbs.
1/3 cup Hummus with Vegetable Sticks – Pack in some protein and a plethora of phytonutrients and antioxidants from a rainbow of vegetables.
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Last updated June 27, 2018