This is not a recipe, but a tip.
Pasta. It’s a bit of a curse word to some.
Caleb loves pasta. Pasta does not love Caleb’s blood sugar. Regular pasta is tough. We’ve tried some of the whole wheats – still tough. Dreamfields – not so tough.
The box says “5g digestible carbs per serving”. We ignore that when it comes to dosing. For Caleb, we weigh his pasta on the Salter scale as regular pasta. I back off about 15% of that to bolus him up front. This may sound a little crazy, but 4.5 hours after he eats, I give him a an extended bolus of .45 units over the next 5 hours. That’s about 30% of his basal rate at that time although I have no idea if it correlates to his basal insulin. What I do know is that if I don’t add this seemingly minute amount of insulin, I’m dealing with hours of non-correcting 300s in the middle of the night.
I’ve heard other people back off a little at the initial bolus and do nothing later and BGs are hunky dory.
I’ve also heard people just bolus like regular pasta and that’s it. Easy peasy.
So, as so many things with D, everyone is different. If you love pasta but the thought of what it does to your BGs makes you cringe, Dreamfields may be worth a little trial and error.