This fabulous chowder is a true people pleaser. It has no meat, dairy or gluten, so anyone can eat it. Great for lunch or as a first course for dinner guests. The combination of sweet potato with corn lends this recipe extra sweetness and creaminess that you can’t resist.
This traditional tomato-based stew, common to the southeast region of the U.S., brims with flavor and goodness in every bite. It’s essentially a thick, hearty vegetable soup, plus your choice of meat. It’s the perfect way to kick off the new year and beat the winter blues.
This version of chicken tortilla soup is both super-easy and delicious. For an even quicker fix, use crumbled baked tortilla chips instead of the homemade tortilla strips. With poblano peppers, cumin and fresh cilantro, this recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
This delicious cheesy cauliflower soup is a quick and easy recipe the whole family will love – even kids who usually turn their noses up at veggies! Cauliflower is loaded with vitamin C and is also a good source of manganese, both of which provide two vital antioxidants.
Thanks to the beans, this quick and easy soup has a healthy portion of protein and fiber while being low in calories and fat. It’s a wonderful treat in any season and pairs well with any meal.
Looking to add a little spice to your stew? Try our easy diabetic recipe for sausage stew. This stew will satisfy the heartiest meat and potatoes craving.
You can never go wrong with hearty beef stew. This beef diabetic recipe will warm you on cold nights, making it great comfort food.
This hearty favorite has been stripped of its fattening butter and cream base in favor of evaporated skim milk and flour, but rest assured it's every bit as good as the original.
This classic Italian favorite is a satisfying bowl full of goodness. The fat content is reduced with turkey sausage rather than the Italian version, but it is every bit as hearty as the original. Make it a meal with salad, or serve it as a savory appetizer.
Cumin and low-fat yogurt lend this soup a wonderful Middle Eastern flavor, but the lentils are the real star. They're packed with fiber and protein, as well as calcium, iron and phosphorous.