Thanksgiving Main Dishes Recipes: 6 Delicious Diabetic Dinner Recipes
We know there’s a lot of pressure when cooking the star of the show, also known as Thanksgiving main dishes. But there's no need to worry because our collection of diabetic-friendly recipes will show you that you don’t need to sacrifice taste to eat healthfully. We've got plenty of Thanksgiving main dish recipes, from Champagne Roasted Turkey and Southern Fried Turkey to Thanksgiving main dish alternatives, like our Stuffed Turkey Cutlets. Whatever kind of Thanksgiving main course meal you need, we've got you covered with recipes that will have everyone begging for seconds.
Fresh lemon and herbs make a perfect pairing in our Lemon Herb Turkey and a great addition to your diabetic Thanksgiving menu, too! You'll want to bring out this beautifully roasted turkey for everyone to see before carving it. We guarantee it!
Fancy up that holiday bird by bathing it in champagne. It's a simple, but fancy way out of the "plain old roasted turkey" rut! Plus, it's a perfect fit for your low-carb diabetes diet!
Fried turkey may seem off limits at first for your diabetes diet. But the truth is, there's no harm in enjoying a small portion. One advantage of fried turkey is its quick cooking time, which is just a fraction of that of a roasted turkey.
This is our favorite way to enjoy the homestyle flavors of Thanksgiving any time of the year...without all the traditional fuss! Since our Stuffed Turkey Breast Dinner is practically a complete meal by itself, all you have to add is your favorite veggie and a big appetite!
Want a perfectly glazed turkey every time? Try this simple but succulent recipe for Apple-Glazed Turkey that you'll be proud to serve on Thanksgiving or any time you want to impress. How can something that looks and tastes so good be so easy?!
Our Turkey Pot Pie is a lightened-up version of one of your favorite classic dishes. It tastes just like the one Mom used to make but with a healthier twist! Serve it to your family for some downright good comfort eating. Plus, it makes for a great diabetic Thanksgiving recipe!