Carb-Conscious Recipes Directory
Tracking your carbohydrate intake has never been simpler. Whether you are physically active or trying to maintain weight, people with diabetes can eat the foods they enjoy by simply carb counting. A general guideline for the amount of carbohydrates per meal is 35-55 grams for women and 50-65 grams for men. Before you head to your kitchen, please remember to consult with your health care provider about any planned dietary shifts, especially if you are being treated for diabetes or other health conditions. And as always, be mindful of portion sizes.
Low-Carb Food Makeovers: Pizza, Lasagna, Potato Chips, and More
Make low-carb versions of some of your favorite comfort foods, like mashed potatoes, lasagna, potato chips, and more.
The Truth About Bread and Your Diet
Can bread fit into a healthy diet? Is it a stumbling block for weight loss? Find out at WebMD.
Diabetes-Friendly Meals: 7 Tips
Having diabetes changes how you eat, but your food can still be tasty. Get tips on simple ways to keep the flavor and stick to your diabetes diet.
Slideshows & Images
10 Skinny Cocktails
Don't let a whole day of eating right go down in the swirl of a cocktail! See how to put your drink on a diet.
Cauliflower, Your Kitchen Chameleon
Cauliflower is bursting with health benefits, and there are so many ways to prepare it.
We all snack. You can, even if you're on a low-carb diet. Get ideas about smart snacks that are low in carbohydrates.
Blueberry Almond Vanilla Cereal
Your morning cereal doesn't have to be boring. It'll be hard to eat just one bowl once you add tasty blueberries and almonds.
Make spinach quiche the easy way -- with a frozen pie crust.
Apple Oat Muffins
These tasty, filling muffins stand out with their blend of apples and oats, and the hint of cinnamon is perfect for fall.
Strawberry Oat Muffins
Strawberry jam flavors these lightened-up breakfast muffins.
Lemon Ginger Iced Green Tea
Steep green tea bags with ground ginger, grated lemon peel, lemon juice, and low-calorie sweetener for summer sipping.
Blueberry Blast Smoothie
This blast of berries makes a perfect wake-up or mid-day treat. Try with your choice of low-fat, soy, or almond milk.
Cherry Vanilla Smoothie
Cherry Vanilla Smoothie Recipe : Find lighter and healthier recipes for your and your family.
Tofu Strawberry-Banana Smoothie
You'll never miss the fat or the calories with this smoothie recipe. A spoonful of peanut butter provides a stronger flavor.
Baked Seasoned Potato Chips
Potato chips don't have to be bad for you. Make your own version, lower in sodium and cholesterol, but still super tasty.
Grilled Shrimp Appetizer
Serve the shrimp with whatever dipping sauce or salsa you desire.
Asparagus can be a hard sell for kids; here's a good introduction that pairs it with white bread. Perfect for parties, too.
Crab & Mango Lettuce Wraps
These low-calorie lettuce wraps make a great appetizer for your summer get-together.
Rubs & Marinades
Roasted Red Pepper Vinaigrette
Once you make this roasted red pepper vinaigrette, you'll never go back to bottled salad dressing.
Blackberry Spinach Salad
Blackberry Spinach Salad Recipe : Find lighter and healthier recipes for your and your family.
Sunshine Salad Recipe : Find lighter and healthier recipes for your and your family.
This olive salad is wonderful on crackers or as a spread on sandwiches. It can also be used in recipes calling for tapenade.
Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Comfort food, reinvented: roasted garlic mashed potatoes with fat-free half-and-half instead of heavy cream.
Green Beans Amandine
Almonds really bring out the flavors in green beans. This easy side looks beautiful and is super healthy, too!
Spinach and Mushroom Bake
This veggie-loaded quiche is great as a side dish or for brunch.
Green Bean Casserole
Bake a lighter green bean casserole by using fat-free sour cream, and reduced-fat cheddar cheese and crackers.
Pork Roast with Spicy Maple Glaze
Transform ordinary pork roast with a spicy maple glaze using simple ingredients like pancake syrup and Dijon mustard.
Turkey Fettuccini Alfredo
Amp up the protein in fettuccine Alfredo by adding turkey and light cream cheese.
Roasted Pecan Salmon
Roasted salmon made simple, with Dijon mustard, honey, and chopped pecans.
Baked Pork Chops
This lower-sodium take on pork chops packs the flavor with its mustard-and-garlic blend.
Baked Lemon Pudding Cake
This old-fashioned dessert separates into two different layers -- a cake-like layer on top and a pudding layer on the bottom.
Ground cinnamon, maple syrup, and chopped pecans couldn't be better suited for apples. The perfect treat for fall.
Jell-O parfait is a colorful, fruity dessert that's easy to make and fun to eat.
Cocoa-Berry Yogurt Tarts
Strawberries, raspberries or blueberries work perfectly in these tasty tarts. Great for summer parties or a quick snack.
To Your Health
Eating Healthfully With Diabetes: Your Menu Plan
The same foods that help everyone stay healthy will help you keep your blood sugar under control. Try these recipes for healthy eating.
Diabetes: How to Count Carbs
Counting carbohydrates can help you keep your blood sugar under control and manage your diabetes. Find out how to count carbs and see a list of common foods and how many carbs they have.
A Visual Guide to Type 2 Diabetes
WebMD offers a pictorial overview of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of type 2 diabetes.
After a Prediabetes Diagnosis: How to Prevent Diabetes
WebMD offers 7 ways to prevent the onset of diabetes if you've been diagnosed with prediabetes.