How to Build a Healthy Casserole by Robyn Webb

Casseroles are a family staple—an easy, one-pot dish that can be made ahead of time and go straight from oven to kitchen table. But, they are often made with refined carbs, creamy sauces, and lots of cheese. We ventured into the kitchen with cookbook author Robyn Webb to figure out how to build a more diabetes-friendly casserole.

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