It’s really about time I share this recipe with you. I make this sautéed broccoli side dish for nearly every family dinner. My whole family loves it. Who could resist the vibrant green tender broccoli in a luscious blend of oil and garlic? Add butter and a little salt, and even the pickiest eaters will be devouring their greens.
Warm, tomatoey, melty cheese pizza! Following a low carb diet doesn’t mean giving up your traditional pizza night. For several years, I’ve been making keto pizza with a grain-free mixture of egg and cheese in place of crust. Today, I decided to add chicken to make it a satisfying main course for dinner.
Emergency recipe! While I was writing up my Thanksgiving menu, I realized that I didn’t have a stuffing recipe planned. Oh my. The Thanksgiving meal just doesn’t feel complete without stuffing. Since I’m following a low carb diet, however, bread stuffing is a no-no. Cauliflower to the rescue.
There are a lot of things I love about fall: the leaves changing colors, comfy sweaters, the Thanksgiving holiday, and, of course, all the wonderful seasonal foods. Here in North Carolina, we’ve had a long Indian summer, but the temperature will be diving soon, and I am looking forward to whipping up delicious soups for those crisp days.
Recently, my dear friend Patty gave me her recipe for an egg-free carbonara paired with zucchini noodles (zoodles). Zoodles are a fantastic healthy substitute for the spaghetti in the classic Italian dish. But I happened to have a spaghetti squash ripening on my kitchen counter, and I thought it would…
Curling up on the couch with a steaming bowl of soup is one of the best ways to warm up on a crisp autumn day. So, when I saw the leaves beginning to fall from the trees, I whipped up this creamy broccoli cheddar soup. It’s loaded with cheese and tender broccoli floating in a velvety cream broth.
As I’m writing this, it’s absolutely pouring rain outside and that makes it the kind of day for Philly cheesesteaks. The kind of day when you just want to curl up with some rainy day comfort food. This popular fast food combo originated in Philadelphia hence the name Philly cheesesteak.
I remember I loved Sloppy Joes when I was a kid — maybe because they were so messy and fun to eat. But, really, they’re delicious no matter what age you are. They’re always a great go-to meal on busy days because they come together so quickly.
Today, I was reminiscing with my daughter about the amazing bagels we used to get at a local deli when we lived in New York. I don’t eat bagels anymore because I’m on a low carb diet, but I wondered if there was a way to make a keto-friendly snack that would capture our favorite bagel flavor.
It’s no secret that I love stuffed cabbage. Last year I shared my recipe for low carb stuffed cabbage. It quickly became one of the most popular recipes on the blog. Today I was yearning for those tasty cabbage rolls, but when I looked at the clock I knew there wasn’t enough time to make them. So I created this quicker variation…
With summer upon us, it’s picnic time! And that means it’s time for coleslaw. Store bought coleslaw can be loaded with sugar. So why not make it at home? You can control the ingredients for a guilt-free, healthier side dish that everyone at your table will love. What makes this coleslaw special? Sugar-free avocado mayo. It’s delicious.
Applesauce always brings back fond memories of my grandma who my family affectionately called “Nanny”. Whenever I visited Nanny as a child, she was always in the kitchen cookin’ up something yummy. There was the heavenly aroma of…
Healthy and satisfying keto low carb fried cabbage and knockwurst is a quick weeknight dinner or an easy meal to prep for grab-and-go lunches. This recipe is a one-pan meal, which makes dinner super easy. I’ve prepared a free eBook of one-pan meals for you, so be sure to check out how to get yours.
Gluten free cabbage and noodles goes from stove to table in thirty minutes flat. Looking for an easy recipe your whole family will love? This cabbage and noodles recipe was passed down from my grandma. My family affectionately called her “Nanny”. Everything in Nanny’s kitchen was made with love. The recipe is also known as…
Ground beef is so economical and tastes great and it can be made in a variety of ways so you won’t feel like you’re having the same meal over and over again. You’ll never get tired of it. This is a collection of weeknight meals, special dinners, recipes for kids, or for when you need to feed a crowd.