One of the more difficult things about a low-carb diet is the lack of pasta. The easy way to solve that problem is by making noodles from zucchini. Not only are they Low-Carb, Gluten-Free, satisfying and delicious, but they are very pretty. This Poppy Seed Zoodle recipe is absolutely scrumptious! I like to serve them with Mushroom Garlic Chicken or fish. Even the non-low carbers in my family love these!
Raspberry Vinaigrette is one of my favorite Low-Carb Gluten-Free salad dressings. In the summer time, I use fresh berries compliments of my neighbor’s garden (shhhhh…don’t tell her). I am not willing to pay the price for fresh berries shipped in from who knows where in the winter, so I buy the frozen, organic raspberries from my local grocery store. This dressing is light and fresh and always puts a smile on my face.
Nothing says autumn like a nice pork roast with sauerkraut. This main dish is super low in carbs, Gluten-Free, high in probiotics, absolutely delicious, and looks like you spent all day slaving in a hot kitchen; which you absolutely will not! Whether it’s a quiet family dinner or entertaining guests, this pork roast is the way to go. Your family will be overjoyed and your guests wowed. This recipe is simplicity itself.
One of my favorite things about this Stir-Fried Green Bean Recipe is the ability to adapt the spices to the meal I am serving. For instance, some meals call for a little spice so I add red pepper flakes. Other times, maybe some lemon pepper or ginger. However you choose to spice them, these beans add great texture to the meal. I like to serve stir-fried beans with Pork Roast and Sauerkraut because the pork and sauerkraut are sort of soft, and these beans add a nice crunchy texture to the meal. I always keep frozen, organic green beans in the freezer just in case I don’t have time to run to the store. You can use either fresh or frozen in the recipe without sacrificing taste.
Want to impress your family and friends with a meatloaf recipe that is out of this world delicious? Then serve them Low-Carb Stroganoff Meatloaf. It is definitely a step up from what your mother used to serve. With a crunchy shell and a creamy filling, this meatloaf is sure to impress and satisfy even the pickiest of eaters!
Many low-carbers tend to rely too heavily on broccoli, asparagus, and cauliflower. They omit most legumes because the assumption is that beans are too high in carbs. And in fact, many are too high. Green beans however, are just fine for the low-carber who is staying on plan and listening to their body. The Technicolor Green Bean recipe is just such a recipe. It is low in carbs, Gluten-Free, delicious, and it pairs well with any type of entrée.
My very simple Low-Carb Gluten-Free Fiesta Fish Fillets is so filling and satisfying that you won’t need to serve more than a fresh salad and a steamed veggie with it. It’s so delicious that it will quickly become a family favorite! In the summer time, I sometimes omit the cheese for a lighter dish.
Many of my friends have gardens or farms, Which is a very good thing because I have a very black thumb. I have come to rely on the bounty of produce they gift me each summer and fall. My family will not eat plain old tomatoes but we will all eat Low-Carb Gluten-Free salsa. This recipe is my answer to no tomatoes on our salads. I like the more subtle taste of Serrano peppers, but if you prefer jalapenos then go for it. If you are a canning person, go ahead and make as much as you like and can it for use in future months or to save for hostess gifts. I promise your host will thank you for it!
The great thing about salad is that it can be served before the entrée or as a side dish. Personally, I prefer it as a side dish especially when it’s got lots of yummy components. This Low-Carb Gluten-Free Simple Romaine Salad is just such a dish. It’s got lots of crunch so it adds a great deal of texture to your meal. The best part is that there endless variations for toppings.
Hot Philly Chicken Salad for Two is the perfect Low-Carb Gluten-Free meal for when it’s just you and your honey or even a nice lunch with a friend. It’s hot and filling, and most importantly very quick to throw together, especially if you have some pre-cooked chicken breasts in your freezer.