A breakfast meal consisting of an avocado toast, egg, medium orange, and café au lait consisting of 1/2 cup 1 percent milk; whole-wheat pita with curried tempeh Waldorf salad and watercress for lunch; and chicken tortilla soup served with seltzer with lime for dinner are sample menus for diabetics, according to WebMD. Making breakfast quickly can be made easy by combining prepared items, such as yogurt, hardboiled eggs, toast and fruit.
To make the avocado toast and egg recipe, toast a slice of 100 percent whole-grain bread, spread 1/5 avocado pulp on the toast, and add a soft-boiled or poached egg on top, recommends WebMD. Add salt and pepper to taste.
For a satisfying lunch, sprinkle a bit of water over 8 ounces of tempeh, microwave for five minutes, drain water, and use a fork to separate the tempeh. Combine 3/8 cup vegan mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon tamari and 1 tablespoon curry powder in another bowl, and add in the tempeh, 1/4 cup chopped cashews, 2 stalks celery and 2 tablespoon golden raisins, instructs WebMD. Serve in pita halves with watercress.
One-pot recipes with lots of vegetables are ideal for dinner, states WebMD. Prepare a large batch, and freeze for a convenient evening meal. For snacks between meals, serve apple and peanut butter, or prepare cottage cheese with sliced tomatoes, black pepper and basil.