These easy dessert recipes make eating well with diabetes a little sweeter. *Book price: $19.95 + $5.95 shipping within the United States. Breakfast Recipes Classic Eggs and Toast Delicious Fruit Parfait Savory Ham and Egg Breakfast Burrito Yummy Wheat Breakfast Pizza Delicious Breakfast Nachos Baked Eggs With Feta, Spinach and Tomato Fluffy Corn and Blueberry Muffins, Gluten Free Style Healthy Asparagus Frittata Classic Hash Browns Savory Spinach, Egg and Ham Sandwich Wholesome Granola Delicious Vanilla and Blackberry Waffles Nutritious Blueberry Pancakes Oatmeal Ala Apple Pie Slowcooker Style Low Fat French Toast Classic Porridge Colorful Fruit Salad Lunch and Dinner Recipes Delicious Chicken Salad Lunch Wrap The Ultimate Power Salad Red Pepper and Arugula Panini Savory Ginger and Sweet Potato Soup Veggie and Cheese Pitas Traditional Tuna Pasta Salad Traditional Black Bean Mexican Soup Mini Pepper and Asparagus Quiche Vegetarian Chili Broccoli Cream Soup Classic Mediterranean Turkey Wrap Lettuce and Shrimp Wraps Hearty Mozzarella and Chickpea Salad Spicy Watermelon Salad With Baked Catfish Chicken in Tomato Basil Soup Black Bean Vegetarian Burgers Nutritious Spinach and Pasta Shells Delicious Desserts Yummy Quinoa Pudding Watermelon and Strawberry Frozen Dessert Pumpkin Panna Cotta Berry and Chocolate Parfait Smore Shooters Delicious Mini Pumpkin Tarts Traditional Apple Crisp Delicious Trifle Pudding Low Fat Style Crème Brule Mouthwatering Frozen Greek Yogurt Almond Flavored Hot Chocolate Baked Cinnamon Apples Pumpkin Bread Pudding Strawberries Dipped In Balsamic Vinegar Banana and Chocolate Tofu Pudding Sugar Free Applesauce Cake People who suffer from diabetes do not have to eat in a boring manner. There are many important guidelines that are given to individuals who are diagnosed with diabetes with regard to which foods they can and cannot eat. Although this book was written by the daughter of a diabetic, this recipe book is not intended to be viewed as medical advice. In a medium saucepan, combine peanut butter, vegetable oil spread, honey, and almond extract. Listed both alphabetically and then in order of the amount of Vitamin K in the food, this downloadable list will help you know exactly how much Vitamin K you’re eating.