A sample meal plan for diabetics consists of avocado toast with egg, café au lait containing one-half cup of 1 percent milk and a medium-size orange, according to WebMD. This meal plan is ideal for breakfast. Meal plans for breakfast may also include yogurt, peanut butter, part-skim cheese stick, nuts and hardboiled eggs. Diabetics can also add unsweetened instant oatmeal, crispbread, toast and fruits to their meals.
The avocado toast and egg breakfast calls for a slice of 100 percent whole grain bread, one-fifth of an avocado and an egg, states WebMD. Making the meal involves toasting the bread, mashing the avocado on the toast, adding a softboiled or poached egg atop the toast and sprinkling it with salt and pepper. The recipe serves one person and provides 245 calories.
For lunch, diabetics may consume two slices of bread, a small whole-wheat pita or rye crispbreads paired with a salad or soup, recommends WebMD. Healthy snacks, especially fruits and vegetables, can help diabetics reach their daily calorie goals. Cottage cheese alongside black pepper, basil and diced tomatoes makes a tasty snack.
To make a healthy portobello pizza as a snack, diabetics may fill a properly cleaned large mushroom with low-fat cheese and tomato sauce, and then roast the mushroom in the oven for 20 minutes, explains WebMD. For dinner, chicken tortilla soup and seltzer with lime are possible choices.