By By the Editors
When it comes to the perfect pumpkin recipes, Diabetes Self-Management has you covered. As chosen by readers, here are our some of our top pumpkin picks. From traditional pumpkin pie to spicy pumpkin soup to fresh pumpkin bread, this list is sure to provide the perfect inspiration for your fall menu.
With the leaves changing and the temperatures dropping, it’s the perfect time to make a batch of comforting soup to keep you cozy for all of fall. This delicious, steaming dish has a bit of a kick from the chili powder and ground red pepper and is just the thing to warm your body and soul. Get the recipe >>
With only 142 calories and 10 grams of carbohydrate per serving, this scrumptious, low-carb bread is the perfect way to end your hectic day. Curl up on the couch and enjoy with a mug of tea or cocoa for a relaxing treat. Read more >>
Nothing says autumn quite like a delicious slice of homemade pumpkin pie! Round out your feast with this lower-fat twist on the classic, which can be prepared and refrigerated up to two days in advance. Read more >>
Why buy canned puree for use in your pies, flavored oatmeal, ravioli filling, and more, when you can make it on your own with just a few easy steps? This single-ingredient recipe requires just a few easy steps. Try substituting up to a cup of puree for shortening in recipes for baked goods. Learn how to prepare >>
One taste of these delightful, low-carb bars and you’ll never look at chocolate chips the same way. And with 24 servings per batch, they’re a spooktacular choice for a Halloween get-together. Read more >>
For more healthy and easy-to-prepare diabetes-friendly recipes, visit Diabetes Self-Management’s Diabetic Cooking.
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