Must-Try Easy-to-Cook Diabetic-Friendly Vegetarian Food At Home

Winter brings with it a whole array of fresh fruits and vegetables. When you visit the grocery, you can feel the vibrant colors of the produce staring back at you. With so many seasonal fruits and vegetables in winter, the choices are endless!

Who would not love a big slice of chocolate puddings, scrumptious parfaits, luscious cheesecakes topped off with winter berries?! Sounds heavenly, isn’t it?! But alas, If you've been diagnosed with diabetes, you have to bid farewell to all things sweet sinful delights, right?! Wrong. According to recent medical researches, "If people are too restrictive and don't allow themselves to indulge every now and then, they can get frustrated and go on binges,''. People should try and maintain a balanced diet. A healthy diabetic diet is all about balance.

Even after being a diabetic, you can still get cozy with a hot chocolate shake and a sprinkle of cinnamon on top or a parfait with whipped cream as long as you skip the sugar.

A small tip if you are a fruit lover, you are in luck as seasonal winter fruits are the easiest and healthiest way to dress up a dessert due to their natural sweetness and fiber content. When adding fruit to your meal plan, choose fruits that are lower in natural sugars, such as berries, melons, and apples. And for times when your taste buds scream for something a little more fun and flavourful than a basic banana or apple, you can always opt for a mix of nuts and dried fruits for your daily snack as stated by renowned health coach Kolkata Vidhi Beri, who tends to provide vital health and nutrition information.

The following article brings you some of the best diabetic food items that include simple changes to cut the fat, calories, and sugar intake  - and yet taste amazing.   As long as moderation is taken into account, you should consider making these diabetes-friendly recipes the next time your sweet tooth beckons (you can thank us later, people!).

So read on-

Sugar-Free Rice Pudding  

Delectable mouth-watering sugar-free rice pudding for all the diabetics with a sweet tooth and for those who want to cut down on the calories!

Cooked with a small stalk of refreshing lemongrass, a stick of aromatic cinnamon, and freshly ground nutmeg, we bet this sugar-free drool-worthy rice pudding would become your new favorite dessert. Serve hot with a pineapple ginger compote flavored with orange zest and VOLA!

Coconut and Banana Pancakes 

Coconut milk pancakes in addition to passion fruit and banana topping could not be simpler yet mouth-watering and healthy breakfast or snack options if you are a diabetic person. The goodness and richness of coconut and banana can be considered as one of the healthiest ways to dress up a dessert due to its natural sweetness and fiber content as stated by renowned health coach Vidhi Beri, who tends to provide vital health and nutrition information.

Cucumber Avocado Toast  

It is believed that no breakfast is complete without binging on a toast recipe and if that is both healthy and refreshing at the same time, double whammy!  The following mouth-watering delicacy has the refreshing crunch of cucumbers in addition to the creamy, fiber-rich fruit (remember, avocado is a fruit?). Complete it with a glass full of fresh fruit juice (refreshing!).

Quinoa Lentil Salad  

 Not in the mood of the usual fare? Then this Quinoa Lentil Salad is perfect for you and your family. This interesting salad for breakfast has a wholesome mix of quinoa, and winter vegetables like carrots, cauliflower, lentils, pomegranate, and sweet orange juice. An all-in-one healthy winter breakfast meal is a perfect way to start your day!

Hara Bhara Kabab  

Do you love Kabab on a cold winter evening in front of a bonfire?! We all love bingeing on this soft and mouth watering Indian delicacy aren’t we?!  But when you are diabetic, you are generally advised to avoid the same. But fear not, Vidhi Beri got your back!     

The quintessential Indian delicacy, Hara Bhara Kabab tends to never go out of style! It is easy to cook, deeply satisfying to eat, and filled with the “goodness of winter vegetables”.  This classic dish also includes sweet potatoes (good for diabetes)  for starch and onions for sweetness! In addition, with the invention of air fry technology, you can fry your kebabs with no or minimum amount of oil (a win-win situation for all!).

Vidhi Beri, who tends to provide vital health and nutrition information will not only help you to maintain proper mind and body wellness through the natural process but will also help you to have an ironclad immune system in order to stay safe during this cold dry winter season.  Visit Vidhi Beri’s official website to know more.