Low Carb Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
My adaptation of a traditional Moroccan recipe. The main substitutions are stevia powder for honey and freeze-dried apricot pieces for raisins. I find the Garlic/Ginger paste at Asian markets. If you don't have it, substitute 3 cloves minced garlic and 1 Tablespoon minced fresh ginger root.Submitted by GEORGEVW
These are for the days when you need to indulge a little. Make them with whole wheat rolls and lean hamburger to keep everything in check, they will still be delicious! This will make 12 sliders, one per person. Make sure you double the nutrition if you eat two. I served mine with veggies and fat free dip to replace the fries.Submitted by TRUTH4LIFE
Absolutely excellent chili using canned black soybeans and a true 30 minute, 1 pot meal. Have your local supermarket order them for you, or buy online from netrition.com. Beans are very high in carbs and are not permitted on most low-glycemic or low-carb diets and the addition of black soybeans gives this a most authentic taste and feel. Serve with shredded cheddar cheese and sour cream.Submitted by ARTEMISINKED
I hate mornings and usually the only thing that can get me going is a McDonald's breakfast biscuit. Here's our healthy substitute! 1/3 less calories, 1/2 the fat, 1/3 the sodium, 1.5x the fiber, 4.5x the protein, 25% less carbs, and ONLY 10% OF THE CHOLESTEROL! McDonald's foods are full of trans-fats! This stuff can be deadly! If you love a breakfast sandwich like I do, you have to try this. Guarantee this will keep you feeling full longer and will taste better with all these gourmet ingredients.Submitted by NATALIEMARKIS
Crispy reduced fat bacon, shredded lettuce and ripe diced tomatoes mixed with light mayonnaise wrapped in a crispy green iceberg lettuce cup. A low carb guiltless BLT!
There is something about the flavor combination of a BLT that invokes childhood memories of sitting around mom's kitchen table, it's funny how the flavors of food can trigger a memory. Oh what I would give to be a kid for a day again. Back then we probably had it on white bread, but today I enjoy them just as much on a lettuce wrap, same great flavors without the bleached white bread.
This is easy to make ahead for lunch on the go and perfect for Low Carb or Gluten Free diets. You can use turkey bacon or lean center cut pork bacon, low sodium or nitrate-free bacon or even meatless bacon, whatever your preference. I used Oscar Meyer center cut bacon which is sliced close to the bone so it's lower in fat and calories than regular bacon but tastes just like the real thing.