Usually, the diabetics are stuck between what they should eat and what they should not. Their blood sugar levels must be balanced and this completely depends on what they eat. Whole wheat, green veggies and fruits, pulses and the foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids are appropriate to keep them healthy. But this diet turns out to be boring after some days. A little variation can make them appetizing.
Here are some easy to make diabetic-friendly recipes for your breakfast:
Spinach & Italian Cheese Omelet
If you wish to relish a breakfast without any carbs, then top your list with this Italian-inspired omelet.
● 1 egg
● 1 egg white
● 1/4 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning, crushed
● Dash salt
● Dash cayenne pepper
● 1/2 cup baby chopped spinach leaves
● 4 tiny cherry tomatoes, halved
● 3 tablespoons reduced-fat shredded Italian cheese blend
1. Take a bowl and put some egg, egg white, Italian seasoning, salt, and cayenne into it. Beat the mixture until combined.
2. Take a skillet and preheat it over medium flame. Add the egg mixture to it. Make use of a spatula to smoothly lift the edges of the egg white.
3. Put spinach, tomatoes and 2 tablespoons of the cheese over half of the egg. Fold the unfilled half of the egg over the filling. Kindly glide the omelet out of the pan to a plate. Sprinkle using the cheese.
Cucumber, Mint & Melon Smoothies
You will enjoy this matchless fruit and veggie smoothies that boast just 83 calories and 21 grams of carb.
● 1 cup coarsely chopped fresh cauliflower
● 2 cups 1-inch cubes honeydew melon
● 2 cups 1-inch pieces cucumber
● 1/2 cup lightly packed fresh mint leaves
● 1/4 cup water
● 2 -3 tablespoons honey
● 1 cup ice cubes
1. Take a saucepan to cook cauliflower, uncovered, in boiling water for around 10 to 12 minutes. Then drain the hot water and rinse it with cold water to cool it down and then drain.
2. Blend honeydew melon, cauliflower, cucumber, mint, water, and honey in a blender until it becomes smooth. Add some ice cubes. Again blend.
3. Pour into glasses and serve right away.
Yogurt Breakfast Pudding
This breakfast recipe boosts energy and keeps you satiated.
● 1 6 – ounce carton vanilla low-fat yogurt
● 1/2 cup regular rolled oats
● 1/2 cup fat-free milk
● 1/4 cup canned crushed pineapple (juice pack)
● 1 tablespoon chia seeds or flax seed meal
● 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
● 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
● 4 teaspoons sliced almonds, toasted
● Chopped red apple (optional)
1. Take a bowl. Put yogurt, oats, milk, pineapple, chia seeds, vanilla and cinnamon to it and stir.
2. Move the mixture to an airtight container and close its lid.
3. Let it remain in the refrigerator for around 8 hours or up to 2 days. Swirl properly before serving.
4. Sprinkle with almonds and top it with chopped apple if you wish.
Scrambled Eggs with Sausage
The best thing about this recipe is that it takes just 10 mins to prepare it and is packed with proteins.
● Nonstick cooking spray
● 2 eggs
● 2 tablespoons reduced-sodium chicken broth
● Pinch ground black pepper
● 1 ounce cooked turkey sausage, sliced
● 1/4 cup cherry tomatoes, quartered
● 2 tablespoons finely shredded reduced-fat cheddar cheese
● 1 whole grain English muffin, halved and toasted
1. Take a nonstick skillet and spray some oil. Preheat it over medium heat.
2. Take a bowl to beat together eggs, broth and black pepper. Whisk in sliced sausage.
3. Add the egg mixture into hot skillet and cook on a medium flame.
4. Take a spatula to lift and fold the partially cooked egg so the raw part swipes under. When almost prepared, add the tomatoes and cheese. Cook until egg is prepared through.
5. Relish it.
These healthy breakfast recipes will be loved by one and all and no one will realize that these actually are diabetes-friendly! Furthermore, if you are worried about your calorie intake, these are light breakfast recipes you can go for!
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