Have a bit of a sweet tooth? Then make a tasty dessert, a chocolate fudge care that is sugar free, as well as diabetes friendly.

Turkey breast is a nice, lean protein—and this is a great way to utilize those leftovers!

This delicious dessert does have a little sugar, but it’s far less than you’ll find in most packaged desserts or dessert recipes.

Make a delicious and hearty meal for the holidays that is also diabetes friendly. Find out how to make a healthier version of a roasted turkey, pumpkin pie and more.

These luscious chocolaty treats topped with peanuts and marshmallows may be decadent, but they’re also diabetic-friendly. Best of all, they are fun and easy to make.

As the days grow colder, it makes you want to curl up indoors with a cup of hot cocoa.

Having guests this holiday season? Going to a pot luck? If you are, there are many ingredients you can slip into your foods that are good for you, as well as your guests!

By oven-frying instead of deep frying your chicken, you will save a load of calories and fat. Try this out at your next picnic—kids will especially love it!

There is no better way to start your morning than with some pancakes. This recipe is simple and delicious. Enjoy!

Fall and winter squash are staples at holiday tables. This squash recipe will fool everyone-- they won't believe it's healthy!