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I adapted this recipe from Tova's Carbquik recipe page at http://www.tovaindustries.com/carbalose/re
cipe2.php?c=99 . Their recipe calls to make eight scones, but I felt those were too big. i make them into about 10, but you can make them smaller if you want fewer calories per scone. One thing I absolutely love about these is that they are high in fiber!
Shakshuka is an Israeli dish often eaten for brunch or breakfast. It is typically meatless with more vegetables, but I have added mild Italian chicken sausage for extra protein. It's easy and delicious! All you need is a good 12-in cast iron or otherwise oven-safe skillet.
This is one of the easiest recipes I have that always makes my husband happy. I use my own coffee rub, which you can find here: https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-det
This rub is great for steaks, pork chops, chicken or other meats. It makes a big jar of it. I use about 1/6th of it for four steaks.
I extrapolated this recipe from Destination Delish's recipe for Paleo peach cobbler. http://www.destinationdelish.com/slow-cook
I was looking for something more interesting than my regular boring chocolate shake. So tonight I found a recipe from wellplated.com that looked good. I changed a few things up--replaced the Greek yogurt with ricotta cheese ('cause I didn't have yogurt). Enjoy!
This crust is perfect for those on a high-protein, low-carb diet.
A delicious side for any dish, or to top off your steak or chicken dish.
A quick and easy casserole with just three ingredients! It reheats really well, too. I like to divide and wrap each portion separately so I can grab it and take it to work.
Easy conversion from a peanut butter recipe I saw online.
I adapted this from a paleo recipe online. It's most definitely NOT paleo now! This is adapted to fit into my diabetic husband's diet.
This is something I made up after bariatric surgery.
This is a slight makeover of Giada's crab salad recipe on FoodNetwork. I remade it for a smaller portion since I'm not serving at a party and using more affordable crab meat.
This low-carb recipe came about due to a quick five-minute spot I saw on television yesterday. Iron Chef Mike Symon was talking to one of the Chopped judges (Amanda) did a quick and dirty beef stew with the wine and beer. I took that and made it into something my men would enjoy. I hope you enjoy it, too. I replaced the potatoes with carrots to lower the glycemic load for a lower-carb dish.
A healthy sweet treat anytime and a cinch to make.
A crunchy and bright slaw to lighten up those cook-out meals. Great on barbecue sandwiches, too!
This shake is made with coconut milk, though you can sub any milk you like.
A simple shepherd's pie made with chicken instead of lamb.
The soup from the Lyn-Genet Plan.
A slightly higher protein-filled soup.
This is the almond joy bark from The Plan.
For The Plan.
Roasted winter vegetables from The Plan.
Beet and carrot salad from day 1 of The Plan.
This is the same recipe as from day 1 of The Plan.
This is the basic soup for day 1 of The Plan.
Three ingredients in the slow cooker. This quick and easy dish goes great over whole grain rice with a salad on the side.
Muffin in a minute
This is super quick to make, even from frozen! If your sausage is frozen (like mine) thaw it mostly in the microwave. Veggies can be thrown in the pan frozen.
Quick to throw in the slow cooker and delicious!
Quick and easy. 3 carbs.
I wrote this up so I would have a record of my slow-cooker pot roast that is low-carb-no sugar added.
Fast and delicious. Only 5 net carbs!
This is from Rachael Ray.
This shrimp scampi is delish and easy to make. The perfect light dinner after a long day. Serve over brown rice in later phases.
I made this to go with our cookout for Memorial Day. It takes almost no time, except for the marinading.
A Mexican delight for those who like a spicy breakfast to kick-start their day.
Green beans with a citrus kick! Even the kids love 'em.
This was an experiment I tried for New Year's and it was great. Lemony and light, and also satisfying.
This is a perfect summer-time treat! Eat your fruits and dairy while satisfying that sweet tooth. Perfect for picnics!
This three bean salad is delicious and allowed on phase 1 of the Fat Smash diet. Easy to make!
A quick and easy way to make chick peas delicious!
Quick and easy-you can make it the night before for breakfast.
These South American beans will have you hopping for seconds.
This slow-cooked chicken is easy, delicious and versatile. Leftovers are great for a fetticcini alfredo or salad the next day.
This is a fun and healthy way to have your favorite Mexican food. Kids love it, too!
This twist on a French classic is a perfect winter warmup!
This is easy to make in the slow cooker.
Bay scallops are excellent in a cream sauce. This recipe is adapted from an exboyfriend who really had a way with scallops.
Great soup to eat on when starting a diet. Great for lunches to take to work.
This is my favorite way to make steak. The mustard sauce takes no time to put together and it's delicious.
This delicious recipe is easy and a perfect way to use fresh apples with dinner.
This South Beach-friendly vegetarian chili has won awards and is easy to make.
Recipes I've Rated:
- low carb salmon cake
- Quinoa and Cheese
- Chinese Orange Chicken
- Tuscan Vegetable Bean Soup with Turkey Sausage
- Cajun Light Jambalaya
- Low Carb Ham swiss quiche
- Whole Wheat Homemade Soft Pretzel
- Farmer's Market: Best Roasted Carrots
- Rice Pudding with Coconut milk
- Kale Chips
- Slow Cooker Tuscan Beef Stew
- One Minute Bread
- Leftover Easter Ham Salad
- Atkins Friendly Mexican Casserole
- 100 Calorie Cinnamon Pancakes!
- South Beachish Brownie
- Fake Cheesecake