Diabetes-Friendly Paula Deen Recipes

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November 8, 2012

These healthier versions of Paula Deen recipes will please every member of the family this fall.

A diabetic-friendly Apple Crumble recipe from Paula Deen.

Just in time for fall suppers and holiday planning, these Paula Deen recipes are perfect for people who are managing diabetes, watching their weight or looking to eat lighter and healthier this season. The Cider-Apple Crumble in a New Light cuts down on saturated fat by using canola oil instead of butter and uses fiber-rich oats and whole wheat flour in the topping. And the RosemaryRoast Pork with Autumn Vegetables in a New Light showcases a pork loin trimmed of fat, plus creamy Yukon-Gold potatoes and butternut squash for richness (no butter necessary).

For more healthy Paula Deen recipes and information about managing diabetes, go to DiabetesinaNewLight.com.

A healthy, diabetic-friendly Rosemary Roasted Pork recipe from Paula Deen.

Rosemary Roast Pork with Autumn Vegetables In a New Light

Whip up this pork-vegetable medley to welcome the fall.

A diabetic-friendly Apple Crumble recipe from Paula Deen.

Cider-Apple Crumble In a New Light

This crumble is the ideal holiday party companion.


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