These tasty salads are ideal for those following a diet to help control diabetes.
You would think all salads are healthy, but some can be loaded with hidden fat and sugar. These salads are slimmed down and
perfect for a diabetic diet. First is our Spinach with Garlic Vinaigrette.
Use this simple and fast recipe to pair with pasta dishes or a meaty main course. The light, crisp, and tasty blend will accentuate a heavier meal.
View Recipe: Spinach with Garlic Vinaigrette
This simple no-cook salad is one of the best ways to highlight heirloom tomatoes, with its counterpoint of pungent raw onion
and a light Dijon vinaigrette.
View Recipe: Creole Tomato Salad
This simple salad is made special with the use of high-quality ingredients. Choose crisp, globe-shaped Fuyu persimmons, which
remain firm even when ripe. The heart-shaped Hachiya persimmon, which does not become sweet until its flesh is quite soft,
is better suited for baking.
View Recipe: Persimmon-Walnut Oil Salad
Simplicity has never looked so beautiful. A stunning combination of skin-on peaches and heirloom tomatoes of various colors,
sizes, and shapes creates a sweet-savory salad that pairs well with grilled pork.
View Recipe: Summer Peach and Tomato Salad
Ready in just 5 minutes, this colorful salad is best when pears are in season and fresh walnuts are abundant.
View Recipe: Field Salad with Pears and Blue Cheese
Goldrush, a recent apple cultivar, has a nice balance of sweetness and acidity that's ideal for this salad. Other suitable
varieties include Albemarle (Newtown) Pippin, Honeycrisp, Pink Lady, Golden Russet, and Roxbury Russet.
View Recipe: Autumn Apple and Spinach Salad
Almost any kind of light dressing will work in this salad.
View Recipe: Field Salad with Roasted Leeks, Mushrooms, and Feta