28 Blood Sugar Friendly Recipes (2024)


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  • May 15, 2023

A collection of 28 blood sugar friendly recipes

A collection of 28 blood sugar friendly recipes that contain a low level of net carbs, and are packed with plenty of protein to provide that stability factor for blood glucose. Ranging from snacks to full meals, you can count on these blood sugar-friendly recipes to keep your satiety and energy high.

Crunchy No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Cups

If you like Reese's peanut butter cups, you will love this real food, blood sugar friendly version.

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Green Blender Soup

This tasty green blender soup could not be easier or more tasty.

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High Protein Egg Bites

High protein egg bites are a convenient way to get protein and plants on the go.

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Chocolate Whey Protein Balls

These chocolate whey protein balls are a sweet and convenient way to consume whey protein. Perfect as an after workout protein boost, a hiking snack or as a lunch box treat. Each protein bite has a whopping 9 grams.

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Teriyaki Meatballs

These tender and juicy meatballs are smothered in a homemade sauce for a comforting and blood sugar friendly meal.

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Pesto Pasta with Peas

This flavorful, easy pesto pasta salad is the perfect easy dinner or summer side dish.

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Cauliflower Thin Crust Pizza

Delicious, blood sugar friendly pizza crust made from cauliflower and just a handful of simple ingredients.

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Dark Chocolate Brownies

These decadent dark chocolate brownies are delicious, moist and loaded with health benefits and are blood sugar friendly!

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Everyday Paleo Lasagna

This blood sugar friendly, flavorful lasagna is always a crowd pleaser!

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Spring Roll Salmon Salad

This hearty and satisfying spring roll salmon salad with peanut dressing is loaded with nutrients and is completely customizable.

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Low Carb Mango Sticky Rice

This cauliflower mango sticky rice will surprise and delight you! All of the flavor of traditional mango sticky rice without the blood sugar spike and subsequent crash.

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Keto California Roll

It is totally possible to enjoy sushi without a blood sugar spike when you make it this way!

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Dr. B’s favorite Spring Roll Salad with chicken

This hearty and satisfying spring roll salad with chicken and peanut dressing makes a great lunch or dinner.

Tuna Tartare with avocado

This tuna tartare or "poke" recipe can be served a number of ways, all of them blood sugar friendly.

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Vegetarian Italian Meatballs

These flavorful, “meaty” Italian meatballs will satisfy both vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Eggs are the essential ingredient to bind all of the ingredients and create a satisfying, wholesome meal.

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Nut and Seed Bread

This nut and seed bread is a hearty and wholesome bread guaranteed not to spike your blood sugar. Chock full of nuts and seeds it is loaded with protein, healthy fats and fiber which make it blood-sugar friendly.

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Miso Mushroom Pasta

This recipe for Miso Mushroom Pasta with Konjac noodles is the ultimate umami dish. If you are in the mood something salty and savory then this recipe is a must. Hearty mushrooms and fiber-rich konjac noodles are smothered in a tangy miso sauce for a satisfying, blood-sugar balancing dish.

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Kale Salad with tahini and herb dressing

This kale salad is loaded with dates, pistachios, chicken, and avocados and then smothered in a lemon and herb dressing for a hearty and satisfying meal that will keep you full for hours.

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Miso Glazed Salmon

One pan meals are a lifesaver in the kitchen and this sheet pan miso glazed salmon is easy and delicious. Impressive enough to serve to company and easy enough for a weeknight meal.

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Low Carb Keto Shepherd’s Pie with Garlic Cauliflower Mash

This low carb and keto shepherd’s pie with garlic cauliflower mash is the perfect cozy meal. Make this shepherd’s pie from scratch as detailed below or use holiday leftovers to create this hearty, filling meal.

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars

Like most Americans, I grew up eating (and loving!) peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars contain that well-loved combo in addition to a tender, shortbread crust. A healthier twist on a classic that will give you a stable blood sugar response but satisfy even the sweetest sweet tooth!

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Chicken Tenders with Ranch Dip

These flavorful baked chicken tenders are a fun meal prep addition to your weekly rotation and great on a salad or in your kid’s lunch. This recipe for baked chicken tenders with ranch dip was developed forLevels Health.

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Easy Homemade Crab Cakes with Caper Remoulade

These easy homemade crab cakes are insanely good because they have very little "filler". The perfect treat to make as an appetizer or as a main dish with a side salad.

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Keto Flaxseed Bread

This delicious flaxseed bread recipe is easy to make and tastes great. It’s also grain free, gluten free, dairy free, paleo and keto friendly! I usually double the recipe so that I have bread all week for sandwiches, as a side for soups or for morning avocado toast.

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Apple Crumble

Sweet, chewy apples tossed in cinnamon and spices with a rich crumb topping is the absolute best!I have had a request for a lower-sugar apple crumble so here it is! I have used alternative, better-for-you sweeteners, and upped the fiber and fat content to try to achieve a healthier, lower-carb, lower-sugar dessert.

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Mushroom Cauliflower Risotto

This mushroom cauliflower risotto has all the umami flavor you expect from risotto without the glucose boosting carbs. This flavorful dish is loaded with nutrients and will become a new family favorite.

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Dry Rub Baked Chicken Wings

A sports bar and Super bowl classic, these flavorful and crispy baked dry rub chicken wings are just the best and sure to be a hit at your next gathering. With just a little bit of a spicy kick, (I would say a medium spice level) these wings are easy to prepare and delicious served with my dairy free ranch dressing.

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Liver Pâté With Rosemary and Thyme

This quick and easy liver pâté is perfect on cucumber rounds or my homemade nut and seedcrackers. It freezes beautifully and I like to keep some on hand in small ramekins in the freezer for holidays, impromptu company or picnics!

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Beth Bollinger

I am an Integrative Health Practitioner, mama of 4 and passionate about healthy cooking. I am here to help you achieve health and well-being by sharing what I have learned about alternative ingredients and making healthy food taste amazing.

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Beth Bollinger

I am an Integrative Health Practitioner, mama of 4 and passionate about healthy cooking. I am here to help you achieve health and well-being by sharing what I have learned about alternative ingredients and making healthy food taste amazing.

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28 Blood Sugar Friendly Recipes (2024)


What foods will lower blood sugar quickly? ›

Here are five foods that can make a difference.
  • Berries. Don't make your trip to the store fruitless. ...
  • Go nuts. That's right—go ahead and snack on almonds, cashews or even pistachios. ...
  • Leafy greens. ...
  • Non-starchy vegetables. ...
  • Whole grains.

What is the red drink that lowers blood sugar? ›

According to the American Diabetes Association, drinking red wine — or any alcoholic beverage — can lower blood sugar for up to 24 hours.

What can I eat for dinner that will not raise my blood sugar? ›

Foods with little impact
  • Carrots. These are considered non-starchy (as are string beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, peppers, broccoli, asparagus and cauliflower) and good in a diabetes diet.
  • High-fiber grains. ...
  • Bran cereal. ...
  • Potatoes. ...
  • Cottage cheese. ...
  • Lentils. ...
  • Strawberries and raspberries.
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What drink will lower blood sugar? ›

Drinking water is an excellent way to stay hydrated without consuming sugar. Green tea, cow's milk, and fermented milk (kefir) could also help you manage your blood sugar responses. Coffee also contains compounds that may help regulate blood sugar, but confirming this requires more research.

How can I flush sugar out of my system fast? ›

Drinking plenty of water helps your kidneys flush out excess sugar. One study found that people who drink more water lower their risk for developing high blood sugar levels. And remember, water is the best. Sugary drinks elevate blood sugar by raising it even more.

What are the 5 worst foods for blood sugar? ›

10 Worst Foods for Your Blood Sugar
  • KETCHUP. ...
  • WHITE PASTA. ...
  • BAGELS. ...
  • FRUIT JUICE. ...
  • ENERGY BARS. ...
  • SPORTS DRINKS AND ENERGY DRINKS. Energy drinks and sports drinks carry all the woes of fruit juice with the added no-no of more sugars.

What should I eat if my sugar is high? ›

Foods with a low glycemic index (GI) may help people lower or manage their blood sugar levels. Examples include whole grains, nuts, legumes, some fruits, non-starchy vegetables, and lean proteins.

What should diabetics drink first thing in the morning? ›

Water is the best all-round drink. If your family likes flavoured waters, make your own by adding a squeeze of lemon or lime, or strawberries. Children often need reminding to drink, so give them a colourful water bottle with a funky straw.

What are the 3 worst drinks for blood sugar? ›

The 3 worst drinks
  • regular soda.
  • energy drinks that contain sugar.
  • fruit juices.

Why should diabetics avoid eggs? ›

Having diabetes can put a person at an increased risk of heart disease. Some people are concerned that eating eggs may raise cholesterol levels, and that this could increase the risk of heart disease. The ADA recommend that people eat less than 300 milligrams (mg) of cholesterol per day.

What dessert won't spike my blood sugar? ›

Choosing the Best Dessert for Diabetes

Some of Burgess' go-to desserts include Medjool dates stuffed with peanut butter, energy bites, chia seed pudding with toppings (like fruit, nuts and yogurt), desserts baked with protein powder, and nut butter-based desserts like these Almond Butter-Quinoa Blondies.

How do you feel when your blood sugar is too high? ›

increased thirst and a dry mouth. needing to pee frequently. tiredness. blurred vision.

What is the black drink that lowers blood sugar? ›

Drinking black tea without added sweeteners can decrease blood glucose and improve your body's ability to manage sugar. Research also shows that black tea improves blood sugar levels immediately following meals in normal and pre-diabetic adults.

Does lemon water flush out sugar? ›

Lemon water may not directly impact your blood sugar levels and cause it to come down, but it can surely help prevent untimely spikes. The easy to make beverage is very low in carbohydrates and calories, and keeps you hydrated, which is very essential for diabetics to ensure.

What can I drink before bed to lower my blood sugar? ›

Chamomile tea. The nutritionist suggests that those with diabetes can take a cup of chamomile tea before going to bed. She says the tea has anti-inflammatory, astringent, and antioxidant properties, which can help optimise blood sugar levels.

Does drinking water lower blood sugar? ›

Drinking water regularly may rehydrate the blood, lower blood sugar levels, and reduce diabetes risk ( 20 , 21 ). Keep in mind that water and other zero-calorie drinks are best.


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