Get all my tips and techniques to make velvety smooth gluten free gravy in this quick and easy tutorial. And you can watch how I make it in the video at the end of the post. Has this ever happened to you? You attempt to make gravy only to end up with a lumpy mess?…
Appetizers & Side Dishes
Easy, healthy appetizers and side dishes for everyday or fun party foods. All these recipes are gluten free and many are low carb. From finger foods: 10-minute cucumber bites to crunchy grain-free bruschetta cheese crisps to pub-style Irish nachos to popular sides: how to cut and cook spaghetti squash, easy keto bacon Brussels sprouts, how to make velvety smooth gravy and much more!
Mediterranean salsa is a great way to amp up the flavor of all kinds of dishes. Made with just four ingredients, plus salt and pepper, it couldn’t be easier to whip up. And it fits right into a low-carb way of eating. I’ve included step by step photos and a cooking video for you. Enjoy!
It’s easy to cook bacon in the oven in less than 25 minutes. No fuss, no mess, just delicious perfectly done bacon. Bacon! Is any food quite so delicious and versatile as bacon? My family loves to have bacon for brunch a few times a week. It can also be chopped up and added to this…
Introducing my new digital cookbook. You might be wondering, “Why low-carb and gluten-free?” Over the years I’ve struggled to lose weight. Can you relate? And I knew maintaining healthy weight along with proper rest and exercise are key to…
Recently, I was talking to a friend who had started following a low-carb diet. She was looking for a substitute for mashed potatoes and had tried making cauliflower mash. However, hers kept turning out runny and tasteless. Oh dear! That’s why I had to write this post. I love cauliflower mash, and I’ve figured out a recipe that always tastes almost exactly like delicious mashed potatoes. Promise.
Here are a dozen gluten-free, low-carb, nutritious soup and side dish recipes that you can choose for your holiday table. (Though really these dishes would be lovely additions to any meal!) These delicious dishes can be enjoyed by everyone at the holiday table.
Summer’s on its way, and that means it’ll soon be warm enough for shorts and short sleeves. Maybe you’re like me and want to lose a few pounds before summer arrives. In the previous post, John wrote about how vinegar can actually speed up weight loss. Any help in that department is okay with me. Don’t you agree?
Whether you’re a hardcore basketball fan or just love an excuse to throw a party, everyone can get excited about the NCAA Final Four this Saturday.
Last spring, I tried sunchokes for the first time. Ever since, I’ve loved serving them up every now and then as a special, healthy side dish. These delicious tubers feed the good bacteria in your stomach. Essentially, they’re like a gourmet feast for the good bacteria.
Baby bok choy might be my new favorite veggie. A type of Chinese cabbage, it’s one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat. And it’s absolutely delicious cooked in a skillet and covered in a sweet …
Who doesn’t love a good massage? Well, my kale is loving one right now as I’m getting ready to prepare a delicious kale salad tossed with pistachios, cherry tomatoes, and juicy Kalamata olives. But why am I massaging the kale first? If you’ve ever had a raw kale salad, you might have noticed that the kale was a little bitter and its texture a little coarse. However, if you massage the kale for only about five minutes, it will begin to soften and wilt. This seems to break down its dense cellulose structure leaving it easier to digest and much tastier.
Potatoes are a real comfort food and what better way to enjoy them in the summertime but in a rich, creamy potato salad? There’s just something about a cool dish of potato salad that makes a summer meal a true delight. At the same time, though, I used to shy away from eating potato salad. I used to think something this tasty couldn’t be good for me. After all, it’s potatoes and mayonnaise. We all know what potatoes do to our waistline, right? And commercially prepared mayo is processed with all kinds of ingredients that we really don’t want to eat. Fear not!
In this post, you’ll learn about the many important benefits of sauerkraut. I’ve included a step-by-step guide with recipe tips, beautiful photos, and a video showing how to make it. You’re going to love this sauerkraut. There’s nothing like the taste of homemade. Today, I’m excited to share a step-by-step tutorial for making your own…
This healthy and delicious lemony marinated zucchini salad is the perfect side dish to bring to a summer cookout or on a picnic! The zucchini is topped with slivers of red onion, crumbled goat cheese, toasted pistachio nuts, Kalamata olives, and crispy bacon. So much tastiness in every bite!
Ever have a hectic day and just want to enjoy a tasty treat with dinner? These parmesan baked sweet potatoes are sure to make any meal extra-special. The sweet potatoes are roasted in lots of butter with a hint of garlic and parmesan cheese that forms an out-of-this-world delicious parmesan crust on top.