Once again CJ has this one just about right! She only has numbers 2 and 3 reversed. For example using the thigh of the chicken here are the carb counts for each of the four recipes: 1) Extra Crispy 12g 2) Hot & Spicy 11g 3) Original 6g and 4) Grilled 0g. So, definitely go for the Grilled, and if you must the Original recipe is the next best choice.
And, CJ is correct, all of the grilled chicken HAS NO CARBS. An interesting note, however, is that the Bre_st (sp) has 35 grams of protein but only 1 gram of saturated fat while the thigh has only 15 grams of protein with 2.5 grams of saturated fat. That is, the Bre_st has more than twice the protein of the thigh with less than half the saturated fat. So, go with the Grilled Chicken Bre_st and you'll have the best of ALL worlds.
Finally, my point in bringing up the issue of the protein content with respect to bolusing was because there are so many views on this. Dr. Richard Bernstein suggests that you take as part of your bolus approximately 1u of regular insulin for every 1 1/2 ounces (approx. 28 grams) of protein content. (He also claims that Humalog is 1 1/2 times more potent than Regular Humalin-R.) Having done all the calculations, you would have to take approximately 1 unit of Humalog insulin for the grilled chicken bre_st which has NO carbs. But like I said, there are many views on how to bolus for Protein content and I would be interested in hearing how others have been taught. What do you find works for you? Some people don't bolus for protein at all.
We'll have another nutritional question sometime today. This stuff is really the "nuts and bolts" of all diabetes management.