These pancakes will delight your taste buds, fill your belly and fuel you all morning long! This recipe, developed by Stone Soup blogger Anne Danahy, MS, RDN, is packed with protein and lots of low-glycemic ingredients. Make a double batch and keep some in the freezer for an easy, grab-and-go breakfast or snack.
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While the world is, indeed, full of foods that do not mix all that well with diabetes management, there are many things you can do to create a great meal at any restaurant. I say this because with both type 1 diabetes and celiac disease, my options appear to be pretty limited, but I guarantee you when I enter a restaurant, I can create a great meal anywhere (well, anywhere that serves real whole food, which automatically eliminates any fast food restaurant).
America, Let’s Do Lunch is a program that matches volunteers with the growing needs among our senior population, especially those 85 and older. A program of Meals on Wheels, America Let’s Do Lunch needs YOU to volunteer!
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The enclosed collections of 26 everyday recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks will serve up a batch of healthy go-to meal ideas that are quick to prepare and budget friendly.
How it works:
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