Chicken is the protein that can really do it all. It’s healthy and lean – and it’s also great for diabetics, if you leave the skin off for less saturated fat and cholesterol, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
But the problem with chicken is that it can be bland. However, it doesn’t have to be boring and unsatisfying if you take a boneless, skinless chicken breast to the next level with a recipe like Stuffed Chicken Breast.
Created by Diabetes Strong, Stuffed Chicken Breast can be a whole meal. With just five minutes of prep and 20 minutes of cooking time, you can have a filling, nutritious meal on the table in no time. With a good-for-you protein as the base, vegetables and low-fat cheese, and a host of strong seasonings, this recipe will excite your taste buds but keep your blood sugar on track.