The 4-Ingredient Diabetes Cookbook *Giveaway*


Did you know that 1 in 3 Americans are currently living with diabetes or pre-diabetes, and most people don’t even know it! I’m included in that number as a type 2 diabetic, but am a firm believer that I will reverse that and regain my life! With numbers like that, I’m sure you know of at least 1 person that has this condition. Unfortunately it’s a condition that runs in my family, as well as my husbands, so that means we’re very in tune and looking at teaching our girls about fitness and healthy eating.

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has released a new updated Second Edition of Nancy S. Hughes’s cookbook “Simple, Quick and Delicious Recipes Using Just Four Ingredients or Less!” This super easy cookbook includes over 160 recipes that range from beverages to breakfast, dinner to desserts and all of the recipes meet the ADA’s nutritional standards.

Not only will you find great recipes, but there’s also a sidebar to each that has exchanges for people tracking their food intake. There’s also tips and extra info for each recipe, and a listing about kitchen tools.

Everyone can use this cookbook, although it’s geared towards those with diabetes, the recipes are healthy, and a quick prep for those with busy lives. Anyone can use this book and take advantage of the yummy recipes inside.

There’s a few different recipes I can’t wait to try like the Panko Ranch Chicken Strips and Extra Easy Meatballs. Check out one of my favorite recipes from the book below for a sneak peek of what you’ll find inside the book.

FRUIT-SCOOP MUFFIN COBBLER
Serves 8 – Serving Size about 2/3 cup
Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Ingredients
1 pound frozen sliced peaches, partially thawed
12 ounces frozen raspberries, partially thawed
1 (7-ounce) package blueberry muffin mix (such as Martha White)
3 tablespoons canola oil

Directions
1. Preheat oven to 350°F.2. Place the peaches and raspberries in a 13-inch by 9-inch baking dish coated with cooking spray.
2. Sprinkle the dry muffin mix evenly over all, drizzle the oil over all and bake 1 hour and 15 minutes or until golden.

COOK’S TIP: This makes a great dessert, but it also makes a great breakfast side to chicken or turkey sausage or Canadian bacon.

EXCHANGES / CHOICES
1 1/2 Fruit 1/2 Starch 1 Fat
Calories 160 Calories from Fat 60 Total Fat 6.0 g Saturated Fat 0.7 g Trans Fat 0.0g Cholesterol 0 mg Sodium 120 mg Potassium 180 mg Total Carbohydrate 26 g Dietary Fiber 4 g Sugars 15 g Protein 2 g Phosphorus 80 mg

Recipe ©2016 by the American Diabetes Association, Inc.® To order this book, please call 1-800-232-6733 or order online at Amazon.com or ShopDiabetes.org.

ENTER TO WIN

Enter to win your very own copy of The 4-Ingredient Diabetes Cookbook.  Enter via the giveaway widget below, and be sure to complete the mandatory entry for all of your entries to be valid.

Good Luck!

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March 15, 2017 – 4:08 PM - | Posted in recipes, Reviews | 40 Comments »

40 Comments to “The 4-Ingredient Diabetes Cookbook *Giveaway*”

  1. Suzanne Says:

    ‘If your lunch or dinner is going to be later than usual, eat a fruit or starch serving from that meal at your usual mealtime. Then, eat your full meal at the later hour.”

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  2. Suzanne Says:

    My mom has diabetes. I’d l0ve to win this for her.

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  3. Steph Says:

    I learned frozen veggies have salt

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  4. Julia Barnes Says:

    I learned that you can help maintain your sugar by eating at regular times.

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  5. Alexandra Oller Says:

    A food tip I learned is to stock your kitchen so everything you need for a quick meal is on hand.

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  6. DJ Says:

    Cutting back on the sodium is a great food tip that I learned.

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  7. Rhonda Y Says:

    Tip – Order foods that are not breaded or fried since it adds carbohydrate, fat and calories.

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  8. Christine Labelle Says:

    I learned that sugar alcohol or sugar free does not mean it is free of other things. My husband was just given the diagnosis of diabetes so we are currently trying to adjust our diets. It definitely takes some getting used to.

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  9. Rosheeda Says:

    I read the quick breakfast ideas. I am going to try the fruit and almond smoothie. It sounds delicious!

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  10. Jenny S Says:

    I’m constantly looking for quick meal ideas that are also healthy.

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  11. Morgan Watson Says:

    I learned that you can reduce sodium in your foods by trying fresh squeezed lemon juice or sodium free seasonings. This helps to make your food taste better, but with less salt.

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  12. renee Says:

    I learned you should use less cheese if you are cutting back on sodium. I didn’t know cheese had an abundance of salt!

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  13. Mary Cloud Says:

    If you’re eating out fast food ask for apple slices instead of the french fries

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  14. Julie Waldron Says:

    I learned that decreasing the amount of sodium in the diet can help many people lower their blood pressure.

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  15. Angela Saver Says:

    I learned the tip to drain and rinse throughly with cold water any canned vegetables or beans to cut back on the sodium.

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  16. shirley Says:

    I learned Start by looking at the serving size. All of the information on the label is based on the serving size listed. If you eat more, that means you’ll be getting more calories, carbohydrates, etc.

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  17. Ronda Says:

    I learned that you can help maintain your blood sugar by eating a regular times. Which I know is not always easy to do.

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  18. Marina Says:

    I didn’t know there was so much sodium in food items I love

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  19. deanna Says:

    I learned an easy strategy to cut back on sodium is to eat more of these foods and less highly-processed foods.

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  20. robin s. Says:

    One tip I really like was replacing mayonnaise with mustard. I felt that was a great tip.

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  21. Stephanie Liske Says:

    In general, fresh, unprocessed foods are the lowest sodium foods out there.

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  22. susan smoaks Says:

    i learned that using more whole foods will help me to cut down on sodium drastically.

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  23. tracee Says:

    Communicate with your server at a restaurant. Ask about your food and make substitutions to fit your eating plan.

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  24. Lee Says:

    My father in law is diabetic would love to gift this book to help him.

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  25. Nancy Says:

    Here’s a tip I learned for a quick breakfast: Portion out ½ cup of cottage cheese and mix in ½ cup canned peaches.

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  26. jeremy mclaughlin Says:

    Cutting back on sodium in your diet can lower your blood pressure.

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  27. Bethany Kingsley Says:

    Microwaved eggs…I just recently started using my microwave in a pinch, more often. These would be so easy for my kiddos in the morning!

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  28. Tandi Cortez Says:

    I learned that the recommendation for fiber to eat is about 25 grams per day for women! 😀

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  29. janet mah Says:

    I learned to avoid mindless snacking in front of the TV or computer or while reading or driving.

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  30. Leah Shumack Says:

    Replacing mayo with mustard is a really great tip!

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  31. Tina Says:

    I learned: If your lunch or dinner is going to be later than usual, eat a fruit or starch serving from that meal at your usual mealtime. Then, eat your full meal at the later hour.

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  32. Tracey Concannon Says:

    Wow, it sounds almost impossible to have diabetic friendly recipes with just four ingredients! Love the tips for quick meals like adding fruit to cottage cheese (which I love)!

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  33. Brenda Penton Says:

    I learned that Low calorie means 40 calories or less per serving. I would have thought it would be higher than that, like maybe less than 200.

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  34. pamela j Says:

    Keep items on hand for a quick meal.

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  35. Darlene Owen Says:

    The tip I learned was Cutting Back on Sodium

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  36. Donna B Says:

    Net carbs does not have a legal definition from the FDA and they are not used by the American Diabetes Association.

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  37. Leslie Davis Says:

    If breakfast is your fast-food meal, choose an egg with a slice of whole wheat toast or English muffin. Or try fruit and yogurt with a few nuts sprinkled.

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  38. Laura Says:

    I learned that when eating out, if you don’t know what’s in a dish or don’t know the serving size, you should ask!

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  39. Lori D Says:

    I didn’t realize nutrient content claims were regulated at all. I thought they were mostly misleading marketing terms.

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  40. Sand Says:

    I learned that the site has tips on ordering while eating out.

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