Eating a low oxalate menu is challenging. It is a dramatic lifestyle change for most whether it is the person who needs to medically consume a diet low in oxalates or you are a family member who cooks the low oxalate meals. An added challenge is combining a low oxalate menu with a diabetic friendly menu and challenge is an understatement! The generous food blogger community has contributed a few of their favorite recipes which are diabetic friendly and low oxalate. Enjoy!
Spicy Shrimp And Cauliflower Grits – The Dinner Mom
Ham And Broccoli Crustless Quiche – The Savvy Age
Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole – Wholesome Yum
Crustless Asparagus Quiche With Ham – The Dinner Mom
Easy Paleo Apple Butter – Confessions Of An Overworked Mom
Paleo Tortilla (Coconut Flour) – Wholesome Yum
Feta Dip – The Savvy Age
Vegetable Quinoa Pasta Salad – Savvy Saving Couple
Creamy Cucumber Salad – Wholesome Yum
Chick Pea Salad – Savvy Saving Couple
Raw Broccoli Salad – Craftify My Love
Paleo Baked Peaches – Confessions Of An Overworked Mom
Watermelon Cake – The Savvy Age
Best Low Carb Chocolate Cake Recipe – Low Carb Yum
Defining Oxalate Content In Foods
For this round up of diabetic friendly low oxalate recipes the Harvard School Of Public Health Oxalate Content list is the source to define the oxalate content in foods. Dr. Fred Coe and Jill Harris at The University of Chicago provide an updated Harvard List along with a wealth of resources on the University of Chicago website to promote a healthy living and healthy eating lifestyle for those needing a low oxalate lifestyle and for those seeking scientific information and research on kidney stones. Lists abound on the internet with various oxalate food charts; many of these lists are contradictory and/or not sourced while is always a concern when seeking accurate information.
Pinterest Low Oxalate Recipe Board
If you are seeking new ideas to liven up your low oxalate menu I regularly pin recipes to this board. Some of the recipes are inherently low oxalate and the remainder are recipes which can be easily tweaked by replacing or eliminating an ingredient for a low oxalate recipe.
Additional Recipe Round Ups Featuring Low Oxalate Foods