Jaw Dropping Diabetic Recipes Blog that Will Blow Your Mind

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Jaw Dropping Diabetic Recipes Blog that Will Blow Your Mind

Diabetes does not mean the end of tasty food. Diabetic food can be as tasty as ever – only healthier. We have curated a list of top foods for diabetes that can be enjoyed by non-diabetics too thereby saving time and energy by making twice the effort in cooking. Recipes cut across cuisines so there is no boredom to cook or eat. At Sugar Knocker, we do not believe in shunning any food group but maintaining a balance between taste and health. Sugar Knocker does not believe that either has to be compromised to lead a diabetes-free life

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1.Creamy Spinach Toast:


2 cups chopped spinach
One medium onion chopped
Two green chilies chopped
1 tbsp. corn flour dissolved in half cup low-fat milk
1 tbsp. low-fat butter
Optional: Grated cheese

Heat the butter; add onion and chilies and sauté well. Once the onions turn translucent, add the chopped spinach. Once sautéed, add the milk cornflour mix and bring to a boil while stirring continuously. Allow it to cool, spread the mixture on bread slices, sprinkle grated cheese if needed and bake in a preheated oven at 200c until cheese melts or the bread gets roasted. Serve tot

2. Sprouts Tikkki:


1 cup sprouted moong or mixed sprouts
3 tbsp. chopped coriander
3 tbsp. chopped mint leaves
1 tbsp. besan
A pinch of hing
1 tbsp, oil for sautéing
Grind sprouts along with very little water to make a paste of patting consistency. Mix salt, hing, chopped coriander and mint leaves. Make balls and flatten into tikkis. Heat a non-stick pan and roast the tikkis with minimal oil and serve hot

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3. Mushroom soup:


3 cups sliced mushrooms
One medium chopped onion
2 tsp whole wheat flour for thickening
1 cup skim milk
Salt to taste

Heat the oil, sauté the onions till translucent. Add whole wheat flour, mushrooms and cup of water and cook until mushrooms are done stirring all the while. Allow it to cool. Combine with milk and blend the mixture. Transfer to the pan again and heat with salt and pepper along with more water depending on thickness required and serve hot

4. Apple Rabadi


3 cups low-fat milk
1 cup apples grated with skin
One pinch each of cardamom and nutmeg powders
1 tsp sugar substitute

Boil the milk in a nonstick and let it simmer for 15 minutes. Take care to keep scraping the sides and adding it back into the milk. Add the grated apple and simmer for 5 more minutes. Add the cardamom and nutmeg powders and mix well. Switch off and allow to cool. Just before refrigeration, add sugar substitute and serve chilled.

The recipes above provide taste along with health and nutrition. Use them as well as your creativity to create more such delectable recipes.