Item description for The Everything Diabetes Cookbook: 300 Creative and Healthy Recipes That Put the Fun Back into Cooking (Everything Series) by Pamela Rice Hahn, Sally Kattau & Larisa D. Sutton...
Preparing healthy meals for you and your family is easy!
Are you or one of your family members among the estimated 15.7 million people suffering from diabetes? Diabetics have special needs, and cooking for them can be a frustrating and daunting task. The Everything Diabetes Cookbook puts the fun back into cooking for diabetics, providing you with more than 300 recipes to choose from to make a wide variety of tasty, nutritious meals.
From delectable appetizers such as spicy almond dip to delicious entrees such as smoked mussels cream sauce over pasta, The Everything Diabetes Cookbook makes dining in a treat. In addition, the book offers complete nutritional information on every recipe and includes a wealth of useful tips and suggestions.
Whether you want a health-conscious meal for one-or are cooking for someone with special nutritional needs-The Everything Diabetes Cookbook enables everyone to simply enjoy the culinary delights set before them without feeling deprived.
Featuring mouthwatering recipes for:
-Hearty breakfasts, such as egg white pancakes
-Comfort foods, such as chicken noodle soup
-The perfect starters, such as zesty feta and olive salad
-One-stop dinner dishes, such as layered veggie casserole
-Decadent desserts, such as glazed carrot cake
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Studio: Adams Media
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 8.08" Height: 0.92" Weight: 1.36 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2002
Publisher Adams Media
ISBN 1580626912 ISBN13 9781580626910 UPC 045079206915
Availability 0 units.
More About Pamela Rice Hahn, Sally Kattau & Larisa D. Sutton
Pamela Rice Hahn is the author of eighteen books, including The Everything Low-Salt Cookbook; The Everything Diabetes Cookbook; The Everything One-Pot Cookbook, 2nd Edition; and The Everything Slow Cooker Cookbook, 2nd Edition. Hahn has also written for Glamour, Country Living, Business Venture, Current Notes, and for Cleveland Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine's "Backburner" column.
Pamela Rice Hahn currently resides in St. Mary's, in the state of Ohio. Pamela Rice Hahn was born in 1947.
Pamela Rice Hahn has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Everything Diabetes Cookbook: 300 Creative and Healthy Recipes That Put the Fun Back into Cooking (Everything Series)?
Really disappointing for Type II Diabetes. Nov 3, 2006
I was very disappointed in this book. It's great for low fat cooking, but not to manage your blood sugar. Her recipes don't use sugar substitues, soy flour, whole wheat flour, fat free cheese or cream and whole wheat pastas (higher fiber foods that are slower to absorb in the bloodstream). Recipe in book required that I alter to reduce the sugars, increase protien and fiber. I alter regular cookbook recipes, and I was hoping that this book would be different. One recipe doubles the carbs/sugars for oatmeal by adding lots of dried fruits. Perhaps sugar substitute, a splash of vanilla and cinnamon, 1/2 cup fresh fruit and a couple tablespoons half n half. This would have less sugar/carbs, but more fiber/protein and the small amount of fat will slow the conversion and absorbtion of sugars into the blood stream. So many other recipes have all-pupose flour, potato flour or potato starch, sugar, honey, and even instant rice. Her zucchini bread has 2 1/2 cups of sugar as well as regular flour...wow! Like I said, really disappointing. It's Low fat focused, not so low sugar. I don't think it's for a diabetic who's really trying to control sugars via diet. It would get 4 stars from me as a NON-Diabetic/Regular diet cookbook.
Wonderful selections offering a true culinary diversity Dec 10, 2002
Diabetes is controlled through a combination of medication, exercise, weight control, and diet. Indeed, if caught earlier enough, some forms of diabetes can be controlled through exercise and diet without the need for insulin injections. The Everything Diabetes Cookbook is the most "user friendly" of all the diabetes oriented culinary references and offers more than three hundred nutritious recipes and imaginative menu ideas that will please the palate and grace any meal from simple family dining, to celebratory dinners, to holiday party snacks. From Hawaiian-Style Bread; Crab Cakes with Sesame Crust; Nutty Greek Snapper Soup; and Sweet Potato Crisps; to Cranberry-Turkey Sausage; Broccoli-Cauliflower Slaw; Apple Cookies with a Kick; and Peachy Ginger Ale, The Everything Diabetes Cookbook has wonderful selections offering a true culinary diversity completely appropriate for diabetic menu planning all year round.