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.
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.
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.
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…
My three cheese spinach pie is one of the first recipes that I shared here on the blog and has long been one of my family’s favorites. Since I’ve started eating low-carb and grain free, however, I wanted to try making a grain free pie crust. How to recreate the golden pie crust that is usually made with flour? Cauliflower to the rescue.
Eating lunch out when you’re trying to watch your carbs is a major challenge. Finding healthy options in a restaurant is tough and not to mention expensive. So I’ve gathered together 6 low-carb lunches you can bring to work to help you succeed with your diet and have lots of energy for your afternoon work schedule….
I’m writing this from the local coffee shop where I’m enjoying some special time with my daughter, Nicole. What could make the day more wonderful? Well, how about knowing that there’s a tasty beef chili with bacon simmering away in the slow cooker
Hey guys, Check out the new video I just uploaded on YouTube: How to cut open a pomegranate! Watch how to cut open a pomegranate and see how you can easily and safely get to the hundreds of nutritious seeds that are nestled within the pulp of the amazing pomegranate. Pomegranate seeds are so…
When I was a child, I remember my mom bringing home an unusual fruit one day. It looked a little like an apple but not exactly. She said it was a Chinese apple. I didn’t know it at the time but that was the British term for pomegranates. She was so excited to show it…
Autumn in New York usually means a slight chill in the air, a visit to the pumpkin patch or apple orchard, and afternoon walks to admire the vibrant fall foliage. It doesn’t mean softly falling snow. But this morning I looked out the window only to see that it was snowing. I’m not ready for winter yet! Thankfully, the tiny snowflakes soon turned into rain.
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.
Do you eat 24-hour probiotic yogurt?
Well, if you’re one of three million Americans who have celiac disease, or if you’re one of seven hundred thousand people who have ulcerative colitis, or if you’re one of the twenty-five to forty-five million people in the U.S. suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, or you’re someone that is taking or has taken a lot of antibiotics, then you probably should be eating this healthy yogurt.
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!