The Easy Diabetes Cookbook : Simple, Delicious Recipes to Help You Balance Your Blood Sugars
Recipes cover every course from breakfast to dinner to dessert, so readers never have to scramble to find healthy, great tasting meals any time of the day. Tackle the morning with blood sugar balancing breakfasts like Blueberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats, nibble on safe snacks like No Bake Coconut Cashew Energy Bites, and enjoy filling dinners like 30-Minute Garlic Lamb Lollipops and Lemon Pepper Salmon. You'll even be able to indulge in desserts like Crispy Pistachio Chocolate Bark and Peanut Butter Fudge Brownies with Mary's expert techniques for creating low-sugar treats that still taste great! In addition to these tasty recipes, Mary also provides professional and personal tips for managing diabetes through food and lifestyle changes, so readers develop a new, all-encompassing approach to positively navigating their condition.
This book has 60 recipes and 60 photographs.
- Paperback | 152 pages
- 216 x 311 x 11mm | 410g
- 26 Jan 2021
- Page Street Publishing Co.
- Essex, United States
- 60 photos
--Ellie Krieger, MS, RD, TV host of Ellie's Real Good Food and award-winning cookbook author
"Mary Ellen easily teaches readers how to create meals and even desserts that balance blood sugars. Flourless chocolate chip-pecan cookies with only 6 grams of sugar--you can't beat that!"
--Sammi Haber Brondo, MS, RD, author of The Essential Vegetable Cookbook
"A book that truly takes away the stress of managing nutrition and cooking for diabetes."
--Dr. Rachel Paul, PhD, RD, creator of College Nutritionist
"A must-read for anyone feeling overwhelmed by their diabetes diagnosis. Mary Ellen's approach will leave you feeling confident in your ability to create quick, healthy meals to keep you full, satisfied, and feeling your best."
--Lindsay Livingston, RD, founder of The Lean Green Bean
"I can't wait to try every recipe in this book!"
--Katie Rae Meyers, executive producer, KPRC 2's Houston Life
"Mary Ellen turns the difficult parts about cooking while navigating around diabetes--the timeliness, the balancing of health with deliciousness, the dietary restrictions--into simplicity. This book is good for the soul and stomach."
--Knox McCoy, author of All Things Reconsidered and co-host of The Popcast
"Diabetes is a complex disease and it can be difficult to sort out the nuts from the berries. Enter Mary Ellen Phipps, an outstanding educator with the ability to make the difficult doable. Her recipes are amazing, allowing everyday nutrition to be elegant."
--Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CDE, CSSD, FAND, Rice University Sports Dietitian
About Mary Ellen Phipps