Diabetic Tasty Goodness


Diabetic Tasty Goodness

All about food - Recipes, Restaurants, etc.

I love to cook so the more tips on healthier and tastier I can make foods, the happier I am...

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Cooking and Food Tips

Started by Kaayle Jun 30, 2014. 0 Replies

Hey all, it's been a long while... I thought I would start this thread so everyone could share healthy tips they've learned to help make the healthier way a bit tastier. As we all know, yes, healthy…Continue

Looking for Diabetic Food Blogs

Started by Shonelle. Last reply by Shonelle Sep 15, 2012. 2 Replies

Hi All,I follow a number of blogs, some about food and others about people living with Type 1 Diabetes. I was wondering if any of you know of good up to date food blogs written by Diabetics?Continue

Some great websites to visit for a healthier diet

Started by Kaayle. Last reply by Kaayle Sep 7, 2012. 1 Reply

Hey all, Please check out the following links... I have found some excellent recipes and made them for friends. These two websites take high caloric, high fat, and high carb recipes and make them…Continue

califlower simple,italian style

Started by trenia. Last reply by Kaayle Sep 7, 2012. 1 Reply

fast and simple, coocked califlower cut in pieces, add garlic and parsley,salt and warm with butter.Continue

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Comment by Kaayle on September 12, 2012 at 1:47pm

Had a craving for donuts but the carbs are awful for the most part... I found a recipe that looks pretty good. I'm going to try it... If you all know any others please let me know!

Comment by Kaayle on September 7, 2012 at 7:39pm

Greek Stuffed Bell Peppers - Note: this is a tangy recipe which I love, but if you aren't into tangy foods then this may not be for you...

4 Bell Peppers

1 Can of Black Beans

1 lb Ground Lamb

1/2 bag of frozen artichoke hearts, finely chopped

1/2 large white onion, finely chopped

1 small container of sliced mushrooms, finely chopped

1 Large can of crushed tomatoes

1 frozen package of spinach (optional)

1 juice of lemon

2 T Dried Dill

a dash of Oregano

1 container of Feta Cheese


In a baking dish safe for microwaving, pour half the can of crushed tomatoes over the bottom.

In an electric skillet brown the ground lamb, then mix in the onion and mushrooms, once softened add in the artichoke hearts and spinach. Pour the rest of the can of crushed tomatoes in with the mixture. Add the lemon juice, dill and oregano... simmer for approximately 5-7 minutes.

In the meantime, cut the tops of peppers off and rinse out the seeds, then fill with lamb mixture and place in prepped baking dish. Once all are in the dish, top liberally with Feta cheese.

Cover with plastic wrap and place in microwave for 10 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes then serve. For extra tangy-ness, squeeze another half of lemon over the top of the feta before serving.

Comment by trenia on July 29, 2012 at 5:50pm

Avocado is good for me,post low BS. I eat solo, or with ham(French)

Comment by Robert Miles on April 6, 2011 at 7:28pm
Another Huntsville restaurant that has been a good selection longer:


They have a wide enough selection of items that you can make a low carb selection if you prefer. Or mashed potatoes and ice cream only, if someone else going with you prefers that.
Comment by Robert Miles on April 6, 2011 at 7:18pm
A restaurant that is now a good choice if you are ever in Huntsville, Alabama:


They have fairly recently added a non-starchy mixed vegetables dish that you can select to go with the main dish instead of the usual rice or noodles,
Comment by Kim S. (onesaint) on March 28, 2011 at 11:48am
haaha! Im not sure the WPI can be found at whole foods. They do have a good selection of Bobs red mill, which carries the almond flour, low carb bread mix (which should work fine too), vital wheat gluten, xanthan gum, etc. Low carb requires some substitutions, but things like SOS work out well. Toss that over an over-easy egg on top of some low carb bread! Yum!

BTW, welcome to Diabetes, sorry you had to join the party. =^) Im pretty good at alternatives and there is a weath of info on the net for lower carb foods. Should you think of any ideas or something you want to make, please ask. The TuD folks and I will certainly try to accommodate. =^)
Comment by Alicia on March 28, 2011 at 11:06am
TY, that gives me a start. I am new diabetes and "low carb" cooking. Having to find alternatives to the things I love.

Looks like I need to go to Whole Foods and see what I can find. (Once made, you will find me with spoon & pot in hand, daring anyone to dare look my way!!)
Comment by Kim S. (onesaint) on March 28, 2011 at 11:01am
Its a family recipe that is one of those just toss it in a pan type things.

I think we take about 4 slices of bologna, cut slits and fry them. Take that out, brown a pack of sausage, cut into chucks (bite sized chunks - Like ground beef), leave the sausage in the pan, sprinkle on some WPI5000 and some almond flour (maybe 2 tbsp total). I add a tbsp of butter to make it a bit fattier. Then add unsweetened almond milk I think its about 1 & 1/2 cups and simmer down to a nice gravy. That milk might be less FYI.

My Grandmother lived all over, but was from Evansville, Indiana. She cooked in just the same manner your talking about and this is one of her breakfast staples. We use it all the time. Sorry the recipe is not more regimented, but if you know gravy, this will be a snap.
Comment by Alicia on March 28, 2011 at 10:29am
Onesaint, you intrigue me. I am from the south and that is one thing, I think above all (among many other things, lol) that I miss, is gravy. Gravy is a staple, that on goes on everything.

Have you posted that recipe on here somewhere?
Comment by Kim S. (onesaint) on March 27, 2011 at 10:43pm
Seagator, first off, thanks for your service. You must have some great storys to tell. Secondly, do you use any of the nut flours or Bobs red mill stuff? I make SOS (bologna sausage gravy) with some of the low carb bread mix and almond milk. The recipe is always just a toss together, but let me see if I can make one up for you, if youd like.

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