Hi I used to struggle with the same issue until a few days back I came across the idea of making protein bar at home. It's very simple but nutritious and can be stored for 7 days or even more you can refrigerat it for a longer life. You will find a number of options on YouTube. Here link for one of the recepies https://youtu.be/qFpx7nAaTQ0
@Rashmi I have some really yummy yet healthy suggestions that you can try out: 1. Roasted Makhana with pepper and salt 2. Boiled peanut chaat with veggies 3. Mix veggie salad with eggs/ chicken/ paneer 4. Banana peanut butter smoothie 5. Mixed nuts and seeds (sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds) 6. Channa chaat 7. Murmure with veggies
@Rani Lakshmi Millets, oats or even low sugar fruits are great options. A porridge made of Ragi is not only filling but also very nutritious. A bowl of lightly sauted vegetables, sprinkled with salt and paper and served with a half or full-boiled egg is another appetising idea. Gram flour (Besan) Chilla with coriander leaves, capsicum, onions, tomato and green chilli can also be taken.
@Rani Lakshmi Homemade healthy ragi ceri, Jaggery-wheat ladoos, oats upma,multigrain dosa, rava idli/dosa, makkai roti ,millets, brown bread upma, vegetable and sugarless fruit juices like carrot,pudina, pomegranate etc can be choosen as healthy breakfast recipes for diabetic patients