is tested by our expert recipe consultant Phil Mundy to make sure it works – and tastes great.
by our nutrition consultant Juliette Kellow. Nutrition information is calculated accurately using McCance and Widdowson’s The Composition of Foods, Sixth Edition – the UK’s standard nutrition database – but may vary slightly depending on the ingredients used.
In line with information from Diabetes UK, we encourage people with diabetes to enjoy a variety of foods and aim for a diet that is low in fat, sugar and salt and includes plenty of fruit and vegetables. Our nutritional information helps people with diabetes to make informed choices and indulge in occasional treats, so none of our recipes is off limits.
measurements, where 1tbsp is 15ml and 1tsp is 5ml.
often include cheese. Some of these may contain animal rennet, so check the label and use a vegetarian substitute if you prefer.
a ‘gluten free’ or ‘dairy free’ symbol we recommend you check the ingredients list of any manufactured products you use – even if you use them regularly as manufacturers may change their recipes.
with symbols, all recipes include nutritional information per serving for: