Sugar Snap Pea and Carrot Soup

I received a lot of sugar snap peas in the organic veggie delivery box and have been trying to come up with different ways to cook them. You find a lot of stir fry and salad recipes using sugar snap peas, but there aren’t many soup recipes, so I’d like to introduce this simple and […]

Green Tea Coconut Milk Ice Cream (Low-GI)

This ice cream recipe uses a can of coconut milk. The use of eggs is optional so it can be vegan. It has a very low GI (glycemic index), so it is diabetic-friendly and ideal for anyone who is watching their weight. Please adjust the amount of sugar according to your taste. I used an […]

Endive Salad with Apple, Goat Cheese and Walnuts

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Mascapone Chestnut Yogurt Mousse

This is a super quick concoction I came up with today. It requires only a few minutes of mixing. I don’t know if I can even call it a recipe. It’s more like a super easy dessert idea. Chestnut spread is often used in France and can be purchased on Amazon. It is quite sweet […]

Morning Skillet (Low-GI)

Sautéed diced potatoes or hash brown potatoes are usually used as a base for a morning skillet, but I created a low-GI version for people who need to control their blood sugar levels. This recipe is versatile. You can use any vegetables you like or you have in your refrigerator and add some protein. I […]

Syrniki – Russian Pancakes (Gluten-Free, Low-GI)

Since we just had the Winter Olympics in Russia, I thought I would try a Russian recipe. Unlike regular pancakes, these pancakes are very light and fluffy. They are very low in carbohydrates and high in protein, making them a much better choice for breakfast compared to regular pancakes. These pancakes usually contain raisins, but […]

Cranberry Tiramisu (Gluten-Free, Diabetic-Friendly)

Did you know that cranberries are the most powerful cancer-fighting antioxidant fruit? They are better than blueberries or any other fruits as far as the antioxidant property is concerned. Their glycemic index/load is very low, which means they don’t raise blood sugar like many other sweet fruits. Making a dessert using cranberries is a very […]

Blue Cheese and Citrus Dressing

Blue cheese dressing is usually made using lots of mayonnaise and other dairy products, such as sour cream and half and half, but this dressing is made without using extra dairy products. It’s just as good as regular blue cheese dressing and is so easy to make. Please try it if you have some leftover […]

Pumpkin Yogurt Cake (Gluten Free)

This is like a cheesecake but uses Greek yogurt. It’s less in fat and requires very little sugar because pumpkin itself is sweet. I dusted some cinnamon and powdered sugar on top, but you can also put whipped cream or serve as is. For the crust, I used oats and almond slices. Instead of almond […]

Pear and Goat Cheese Stuffed Pumpkins

This cute dish is super easy to make and is not overly sweet. If you cannot find such small pumpkins, please use one small kabocha pumpkin. I didn’t want to make it sweet to the point that is almost like a dessert, so I didn’t use any sweetener. If you would like to make it […]

Baked Pesto and Potato Omelet

This is a good way to use up pesto that you have in your refrigerator. If you have pre-diabetes/diabetes or try to keep your blood sugar levels low in order to lose fat/weight, please use sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes because sweet potatoes can help stabilize blood sugar levels and lower insulin resistance. Ingredients: […]

Cauliflower and Pesto Salad

My husband’s friend gave us a bag full of fresh basil the other day and I made a large quantity of pesto, so I am trying to come up with a series of recipes using pesto this week. This is a salad using raw cauliflower. Please feel free to use different ingredients for mixing in […]