10 BREAKFAST IDEAS FOR PEOPLE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES

Get your day off to a great start with these yummy yogurt pancakes. Short on time? Make a batch on the weekend!

Yogurt Pancakes

This plant-based, low-sugar breakfast provides protein from the whole grain goodness of quinoa.

Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

 With a hint of natural sweetness from mashed bananas, this simple stack contains a good amount of protein and fiber to stabilize your blood sugar and keep you full longer.

Whole Grain Banana Pancakes

This colorful dish made with sweet potatoes, red bell peppers, pineapple and ginger root offers an array of antioxidants and fiber.

Hawaiian Hash

This simple breakfast can help you start the day with creamy avocado on crispy toast, which offers heart-healthy fats and fiber to keep your blood sugar stable and appetite satisfied.

Classic Avocado Toast

It feels like a special morning when waffles are on the menu! Treat yourself to this low-sugar recipe made with fiber-filled pumpkin and a heap of festive fall spices like ginger, cinnamon and cloves.

Buttermilk Pumpkin Waffles

Loaded with fiber and high-quality protein to keep your blood sugar stable, these whole grain wraps are jam-packed with colorful veggies and fluffy egg whites, plus a hint of spicy jalapenos.

Southwest Breakfast Wraps

These fiber-filled whole grain waffles are tasty any time of day. It's time to grab your waffle iron and try this simple recipe for a dose of heart-healthy fats, high quality carbs and satisfying protein.

Whole Wheat Pecan Waffles

This low-carb breakfast offers plenty of protein with fluffy eggs, as well as iron and calcium from leafy green spinach.

Portobello Mushrooms Florentine

Combining apples and walnuts with whole grain pancakes is a recipe for healthy blood sugar control. Try this simple stack for a good amount of fiber, protein and healthy omega-3 fats.

Apple Walnut Pancakes

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