30 Diabetes-Friendly Dinners for September
Registered dietitian Amelia Sherry rounded up dinners that have a delicious mix of high-fiber carbohydrates, lean proteins and non-starchy sides. Each meal has < 30 grams of net carbs and at least 3 grams of fiber.
Serve this omelet with a simple side salad.
For more fiber, put portobellos on the grill, too.
Serve your grilled chicken with a side of grilled sweet potatoes or another high-fiber carbohydrate.
To increase the amount of fiber in this meal, serve your tofu with a scoop of quinoa.
This omelet needs a side—like almond strawberry salad!
Serve this chicken with mashed cauliflower.
Serve the kabobs with a side of Syrian green beans.
Serve this over whole-grain pasta or brown rice for added fiber.