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For people who do not like cauliflower, this is actually surprisingly delicious. Use this dish like you would any other rice.
An incredibly easy recipe for making your own turkey sausage! You can control how it's made and what goes into it. It's much better for you than the store bought stuff!
You can serve this with a side of bacon or sausage, or eat it alone. Adding vegetables such as onion, pepper, or diced tomato can increase your vegetable servings for the day.
This is a surprisingly low calorie muffin packed with potassium and protein and surprisingly low in carbs. I altered the original recipe, which called for buttermilk, regular brown sugar, and regular flour.
This is modified from a Fall Detox Cookbook and I added the peanut butter.
This is my own variation of my mom's shrimp salad recipe using chicken instead of shrimp, and omitting the macaroni.
I had some leftover riced cauliflower and decided to add onions, diced tomato and mild green chiles to it. It looked like Spanish rice, so that's what I named it!
This is a wonderful drink for parties since it's pretty with the fresh fruit, and the taste is all its own.
This is a great alternative to Almond milk for those of us who choose not to consume dairy products. It's delicious and creamy!
This is a great alternative to eggs for those of us on a low carb diet!
This is a great way to make your own dressing using fresh ingredients. Feel free to add salt and/or lemon or lime juice to taste.
When I went gluten and dairy free for sensitivity reasons, I had to figure out how to make things dairy free. Here is my take on a recipe I found online - I cut it in half and used a couple of different ingredients.
A festive take on Rum Balls by using Rumchata.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter are a classic combination! Here is a great low carb dessert for you to try!
This is a great dessert for people who are following a low carb diet. It makes one cake for 2 people
I was looking for a different sort of soup recipe and came up with this recipe using several different others.
I wanted to make up a recipe, so I looked up a few pesto recipes and came up with my own. I am proud to say it is DELICIOUS!!!
This is a great way to get in your craving for pumpkin pie without all the carbs and wheat of a traditional crust.
I forgot this ingredient at the store for a crustless pumpkin pie so I found this recipe online and it called for coconut milk. I tried it with almond milk and it turned out great!
This is a great way to get in a low carb breakfast!
This low carb soup is creamy and tastes just like potato soup!
This is a "non Jewish" version that my friend's mom used to make.
This is a wonderful dessert that is guilt free! Along with being vegan, dairy free, and gluten free. Who can ask of more? Packed with antioxidants - this is a delicious summer time dessert!
I needed a side dish for burgers and needed to use up some veggies so here it is!
This is a family favorite! There will most likely be leftover juice/broth. Save it and use it for broth for soup, stew or stir fry later.
Great protein packed breakfast!
I wanted to make asparagus one night and didn't have time to marinate it so I improvised. I had some basil pesto oil from Wildtree and thought that Parmesan cheese went well with it so I went with it!
This is my own take on chicken cordon bleu without the breading or the work of pounding the chicken breasts and rolling them up.
I had a HUGE zucchini from my garden so I decided to make it into mini pizzas. YUM!
I took my family meatloaf recipe and lightened it up by using ground turkey, almond milk and egg whites to substitute for the beef, milk and egg.
I made a basic recipe for Kasha and then sauteed some veggies to add to it to make a pilaf. Delicious!
I combined two recipes into one for this one. My family loved it! Some of the ingredients were used for a marinade and didn't make it into the actual finished product.
My favorite winter fruit salad that my grandma used to make. I added the mangoes to her recipe.
This is my mom's recipe but I took out the beans, used ground turkey instead of beef and added the carrots and spinach to boost the nutrient content. You can serve with macaroni, noodles or cheese - the possibilities are endless!
This is a staple of our holidays with my family.
This is a lighter version of a casserole my family has been making for Thanksgiving for years.
This is my mom's home recipe with pureed carrots and spinach added.
I took some sauce from Two Sister's Gourmet by PartyLite and just added chicken thighs and rice to make a low fat, hearty dinner.
This recipe makes two casseroles. One to use right away and one to freeze use later.
This makes two separate casseroles. One to bake and use right away and the other to freeze and use later.
I just added a couple of things to the bag of Simply Potatoes with onion I had on hand.
This recipe calls for mushrooms but I don't like them so I added broccoli instead.
Great way to use up extra tortillas.
This is an old Weight Watchers recipe I modified.