14 Old-Fashioned Recipes
If you find yourself craving old-fashioned recipes, then look no further than this collection of vintage recipes. These old-fashioned dinner recipes and vintage dessert recipes will take you back to your childhood while also fitting right into your diabetic diet. If you thought that old-fashioned food recipes were off limits in your diabetic diet, you thought wrong. You can enjoy the classic, savory goodness of these diabetic dinner recipes and the old-fashioned sweetness of these diabetic dessert recipes and without any guilt at all. Just choose your favorite classic recipe off this list of 14 Old-Fashioned Recipes and dig right in.
Old-Fashioned Dinner Recipes
Soup is good for the soul, and our soul-soothing Old-Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings recipe has been modified by our Test Kitchen, so that you can enjoy the heartiness and still stick to your healthy eating routine.
If you've been craving a cozy, comforting old fashioned recipe, you wont be disappointed with our Classic Beef Stew. And its a great dish to make in advance - even portion into separate containers, if you need - so you can serve it up any day, any time, anywhere!
Got your plate ready? Good, 'cause you're going to want a slice of this Lighter Chicken Pot Pie. It's got all the cozy mixed in, like veggies and chicken in a lightened-up cream sauce. Don't worry, we've even added a bit of crust to this classic dinner recipe!
By using reduced fat ingredients and no-yolk noodles, the Mr. Food Test Kitchen devised a tasty and guilt-free way for everyone to enjoy the mouthwatering taste of Homestyle Beef Stroganoff.
You can add other vegetables like potatoes, zucchini, or even garbanzo beans (chickpeas) to give this Classic Chicken in a Pot exciting fresh flavor every time you make it! Just check out what's in your veggie bin, and go for the gusto! This old fashioned dinner recipe is almost like a homemade chicken soup...but better!
Take your taste buds back to the good ol' days with this easy recipe for Rancher's Meatloaf. Filled with barbecue flavor, fiber-filled black beans, and good-for-ya veggies, this is one meatloaf that'll really get you saying, "Yeehaw!"
If you're a fan of extra-creamy and cheesy classic dinner recipes, then you're going to love our Three Cheese Macaroni and Cheese. This healthier take on your favorite American classic uses a special ingredient to take it over the top!
Our diabetes-friendly version of Homestyle Smashed Potatoes doesn't sacrifice any flavor or hearty texture. The creaminess of this classic recipe comes from our secret ingredient - greek yogurt - which makes a delicious, and healthy, substitute for sour cream.
Old Fashioned Desserts
This lighter version of a classic pudding will take your taste buds down memory lane in a heartbeat. Our Old-Fashioned Banana Pudding has all the flavors you remember, but with better nutrition stats, so you can indulge guilt-free!
If you're still trying to find ways to get your kids (and those young at heart) to eat more fruit, our classic recipe for Fruit Squares is a fun way to tempt their taste buds! Different fruit and sugar-free fruit gelatins combine to make a tasty duo that's a great alternative to high-calorie, packaged snacks.
We ditched the flour to bring you this Flourless Applesauce Cake recipe that's a healthier choice for anyone following a diabetic diet. Not only is this old fashioned dessertn recipe better for you nutrition-wise, but the applesauce makes it super moist and the spices make it extra-flavorful. It's a winner all around!
Old-Fashioned Baked Apples are almost a right of passage in autumn. And our delicious, diabetic dessert recipe means you can indulge in this tasty tradition too!
Our Lighter Ambrosia can still be classified as the "nectar of the Gods," minus the guilt! The sweet, creamy and fruity flavors are practically unbeatable. We've made a classic dessert recipe even better.
We hope you're ready to celebrate, 'cause our diabetic-friendly Pineapple Upside-Down Bundt Cake is a party in itself. This easy pineapple cake starts off with a simple, sugar-free shortcut, but gets dressed up with some yummy tropical toppings. This classic dessert recipe is so good, you're going to want to share with everyone!
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