The holidays can be a tricky time for those trying to manage their blood sugars. From the trays of Christmas cookies to the sugar-laden cocktails and brown sugar-glazed ham, it’s easy to fall off track. However, creating a diabetic-friendly Christmas menu is not only feasible; it’s easy, decadently delicious, and really something worth celebrating. We’re here to help you celebrate the season with these low-sugar recipes that are guaranteed to receive rave reviews.
Braised Turkey Roulade with Pancetta, Shallots, and Porcini Gravy
Mushrooms, pancetta, and shallots add worlds of savory depth, while keeping the sugar content very low. This dish is visually stunning and much simpler to carve than a whole turkey. The lean protein will also help balance out the carbohydrates that may be plentiful in the side dishes.