I have shared this award-winning recipe with many die-hard chili fanatics over the past 15 years, and thought I should post it since it is so popular. I adapted it from a Cooking Light recipe from 1991. I serve this with grated cheddar cheese, sour cream, and Keebler Townhouse Bistro Cornbread crackers.
Found this recipe while randomly browsing, quite a cool website, not just for diabetics, but for healthier eating in general. http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/food-to-eat/nutrition/low-carb-snacks-for-diabetes/?page=3
The perfect base for Lettuce pork bundles or Moo Shu Pork. Another tasty and easy recipe from Thai Cooking & More
Note: if you prefer sweet to spicy then substitute hot chili paste with a chili garlic sauce.
Crockpot Pork Salsa Verde is a delicious and easy recipe for a Tex-Mex meal. Pork and brown rice seasoned just right. It is also a healthy diabetic and a WeightWatchers (7) PointsPlus+ recipe. Crockpot Pork Salsa Verde will be loved by your family and your guests. From World Wide Recipes
Serving Size: 1 Cup pork mixture + 1/2 Cup rice per serving.
From favfamilyrecipes.com with this header: If you are trying to drop a few pounds after the holidays, or for an upcoming event, you have got to try this Weight Loss Magic Soup! It is a combination of a couple of weight loss soup recipes that have been around for years – Weight Watchers Garden Vegetable Soup and the Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe. The addition of a can of kidney beans adds fiber and protein which helps with feeling fuller for a longer period of time. Feel free to add or subtract vegetables to your taste. The benefit of this soup is that it tastes great and it really does help you lose weight. The magic is that the more you eat – the more weight you lose! Eat a bowl of soup for lunch, an afternoon snack, and for dinner with some whole grain crackers or toast and you will see some serious weight loss fast! Each cup of soup has only 57 calories. It is a great way to get your vegetables in for the day and is very satisfying. This recipe makes about 20 cups of soup. It lasts in the fridge up to a week, and it freezes well.
I found this on an Italian website and fell in love with it! I am a fan of Pasta e Fagioli and this is kind of similar, yet different. It makes a hearty soup; and last time I made it I wanted a thinner broth, so I added three 14.5 ounce cans of Chicken Broth and used DaVinci Gnocchi noodles instead of lasagna noodles. The fresh mozzarella is a must -- don't substitute shredded! You will fall in love!
After receiving a number of complements during a corporate carry-in, Mary passed on her healthy recipe. She noted that you can omit the bacon bits and replacment them with pine nuts if you like. Mary also mentions that she uses this same technique to roast cauliflower and broccoli. This recipe has 3 WW points per serving as written.