When I was a kid, my step-mom made us a huge homemade tuna casserole a few times a month; it was a favorite in our house. The problem was it was full of white noodles. I have found a way to recreate this dish with much healthier Paleo ingredients.
Budget Low Carb is all about staying warm! Winter still lurks and stout March breezes push insistently from the sidelines. Because of this, the months leading into spring are jam-packed with one-pot-low-carb-wonders such as low carb pot roast, low carb soups, low carb stews, and low carb hash. It’s easy to low carb these one-pot phenoms by simply substituting a high fiber, low carb veg in place of carby nonsense like pasta, potatoes, and rice. Great low carb, high fiber veggie substitutes include turnips, cauliflower, green beans, broccoli, cabbage, radishes, even a tiny bit of rutabaga–even though rutabaga is a higher carb choice.
In honor of Halloween, we wanted to bring you one more festive meal idea to get your low carb brains thinkin’ creatively. In Part I, you learned how to make Guts ‘N’ Worms and not-so-spooky Monster Claws with Spicy Apricot Hot Mustard Dipping Sauce. Now you will learn the “secret” of Fluffy Chix Cook Pumpkin Sausage Soup in festive Oven Roasted Jack O’ Lanterns.
It’s an Old-Fashioned Low Carb Christmas! Not just another “low carb cookbook,” this clever creation is filled with low carb delights that are not just about Christmas but perfect for any holiday meal or special occasion!