Top Rated Low Glycemic Recipes

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chrisgil10
Great for low glycemic index eating!
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richard terry
Low glycemic Index Chicken recipe.
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kelly in TO
Low Glycemic load, super fast dinner on a weeknight.
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kelly in TO
Low Glycemic load, super fast dinner on a weeknight.
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GoldsmithLissa
Use sweet potato for a nice twist or low-glycemic option
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kelly in TO
Low glycemic Raspberry chicken.
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Chef #569938
This recipe is an idea I came up with, to satisfy my craving for "the real thing" while on a no salt, no fat, no wheat, low glycemic, healthy eating plan! Of course, though not flakey like the traditional dough made with butter and shortening, these are made similar to an omlette or crepe, and have all the flavor without the fat! If not on salt restriction, you may add salt to taste.
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Chef #400407
This is a creation as we are trying to embrace a low glycemic index / low glycemic load in our house! We love this one!
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Brookelynde
My husband is a chow hound. Unfortunately, he is a Type 1 diabetic. I am always searching for recipes he can enjoy without causing a huge swing in his blood sugar levels. These little gems satisfy that snack attack, are rich in nutrients, fill him up, and do not spike his blood sugar.
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GF Momma of 3
Thank You Rick Gallop! Taken from his book, "The GI Diet Clinic" - A low glycemic version of Pecan Brownies. And no, you can't taste the beans! Of course this recipe is packed with fiber so they are healthy, but oh so tasty, so get baking! Nuts on top add some crunch to these cakey brownies. Storage: These brownies need to covered with plastic wrap or cut and stored in airtight container for up to 4 days. They can also be frozen for up to 2 weeks.
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GF Momma of 3
Thank You Rick Gallop! Taken from his book, "The GI Diet Clinic" - A low glycemic version of Pecan Brownies. And no, you can't taste the beans! Of course this recipe is packed with fiber so they are healthy, but oh so tasty, so get baking! Nuts on top add some crunch to these cakey brownies. Storage: These brownies need to covered with plastic wrap or cut and stored in airtight container for up to 4 days. They can also be frozen for up to 2 weeks.
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coffeespookie
I think anyone will just love these brownies. But, if you are diabetic or gluten sensitive you will love them and they will not be harmful to you! Contains Xylitol-a great alternative to sugar, and almond meal! This recipe takes a few special ingredients that can be found at Whole Foods Market or other Co-op type grocery or a health food store such as GNC. Amazon also carries the more special ingredients.
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