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One-Pot Diabetic Cookbook: Effortless Meals for Your Dutch Oven, Pressure Cooker, Sheet Pan, Skillet, and More

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Mix diabetic-friendly and family-delicious in one easy pot. If you are one of the 30 million Americans struggling with diabetes, the biggest obstacle to meal preparation can be life. Since staring into the refrigerator waiting for inspiration isn’t an option, having a simple, delicious, and practical diabetic cookbook like The One-Pot Diabetes Cookbook, is essential to Mix diabetic-friendly and family-delicious in one easy pot. If you are one of the 30 million Americans struggling with diabetes, the biggest obstacle to meal preparation can be life. Since staring into the refrigerator waiting for inspiration isn’t an option, having a simple, delicious, and practical diabetic cookbook like The One-Pot Diabetes Cookbook, is essential to managing your condition.With clear recipes and guidance, this dedicated diabetic cookbook will help you prepare balanced, full meals that will feed your whole family in one pot. Cooking becomes more convenient, mealtime becomes more integrated, and all with just a few kitchen tools and basic cooking techniques—a truly family inclusive diabetic cookbook.This diabetic cookbook features: Many “one-pots”—Preparation options range from a slow cooker to a soup pot, to just a simple salad bowl. Shopping made easy—A diabetic cookbook filled with recipes containing minimal ingredients that are easy to find at the grocery store. Tips and advice—Feed your brain with nutritional and useful knowledge about living with diabetes. Simplify your life and health with a diabetic cookbook written around delicious one-pot meals.Recipes include: Mandarin Orange Chicken Salad, Steak Fajitas, Pot Roast with Vegetables, One-Pot Beef and Veggie Lasagna, Jamaican Jerk Ground Beef Skillet, and Slow-Cooked Seafood Chowder


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Mix diabetic-friendly and family-delicious in one easy pot. If you are one of the 30 million Americans struggling with diabetes, the biggest obstacle to meal preparation can be life. Since staring into the refrigerator waiting for inspiration isn’t an option, having a simple, delicious, and practical diabetic cookbook like The One-Pot Diabetes Cookbook, is essential to Mix diabetic-friendly and family-delicious in one easy pot. If you are one of the 30 million Americans struggling with diabetes, the biggest obstacle to meal preparation can be life. Since staring into the refrigerator waiting for inspiration isn’t an option, having a simple, delicious, and practical diabetic cookbook like The One-Pot Diabetes Cookbook, is essential to managing your condition.With clear recipes and guidance, this dedicated diabetic cookbook will help you prepare balanced, full meals that will feed your whole family in one pot. Cooking becomes more convenient, mealtime becomes more integrated, and all with just a few kitchen tools and basic cooking techniques—a truly family inclusive diabetic cookbook.This diabetic cookbook features: Many “one-pots”—Preparation options range from a slow cooker to a soup pot, to just a simple salad bowl. Shopping made easy—A diabetic cookbook filled with recipes containing minimal ingredients that are easy to find at the grocery store. Tips and advice—Feed your brain with nutritional and useful knowledge about living with diabetes. Simplify your life and health with a diabetic cookbook written around delicious one-pot meals.Recipes include: Mandarin Orange Chicken Salad, Steak Fajitas, Pot Roast with Vegetables, One-Pot Beef and Veggie Lasagna, Jamaican Jerk Ground Beef Skillet, and Slow-Cooked Seafood Chowder

42 review for One-Pot Diabetic Cookbook: Effortless Meals for Your Dutch Oven, Pressure Cooker, Sheet Pan, Skillet, and More

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Not What I Thought it Was While there are some yummy sounding recipes in here that I will probably try, the book is geared more toward Type 2 diabetics. I’m Type 1, so some of what’s in here applies differently.

  2. 4 out of 5

    JD Merrill

    Informative It has good resources and practical tips. I gave it 3 stars because some of the recipes are high in carbs and calories. You would have to tweak the recipes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris

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    Natalie

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    Michael Nowland

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    Cali Gudunov

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    Tanya Sillman

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    MrS-GR

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    Kathleen Mckenna

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    Yvonna

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    Catherine Gravley

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    Christine Wahl

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    Talisa Rafferty

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    ANDREW C GEHR

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    Maude White

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    Brian Runnels

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    Christine Bennett

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    Robert & Michele Taylor

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    Judith A. Currens

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    Robin Stacy

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    Gary Gheen

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    Donna Chapman

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    Cathy

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    Vicki Palmquist

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    Cee

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    nancy cornelius

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    Charles Gibbs

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    Catherine S. Hardin

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    Susan Jenkins

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    Mary Jo Hodge

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    darlene mahan

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    Mary Lou Ragusa

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