This Low-Carb Gluten-Free Buttery Spaghetti Squash is a delicious addition to your table. It can be served as side dish or even as a Gluten-Free pasta. If you are unfamiliar with spaghetti squash, go to the produce section of your grocery and look for large yellow footballs.
It’s just not Thanksgiving without pie! This Traditional Low-Carb Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie Recipe is even better than the carb-laden pumpkin pie you grew up on. In fact, you could even say it’s downright healthy. With organic pumpkin, coconut cream, and pecans you get healthy fats and tons of antioxidants. Now for the best kept secret of all…my family doesn’t know it’s low-carb!
It’s just not Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce. This low-carb Gluten-Free version is delicious! Making this low carb cranberry sauce treat is quick and easy. The walnuts add texture and crunch. The non-low carbers at your Turkey Day feast won’t even notice difference.
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!
Back in an earlier lesson, I gave you a recipe for a Zapple-based dessert. Now, I give you Crockpot Zapple Wedges; the perfect Low-Carb hot “apple” recipe that can be used as a side dish when serving pork. Apples always taste good with pork, and Crockpot Zapple Wedges are reminiscent of delicious, hot scalloped apples.
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.
When I began removing all the processed foods from our pantry, I was very hesitant to let go of my Huy Fong Sriracha sauce. But as I read the ingredient label, I knew it had to go. So what’s a girl to do when her favorite condiment is no longer allowable? She begins experimenting and makes her own. Bear in mind that most sriracha is fermented. Because I don’t have the patience to wait, I created a version that does not require the fermentation process. This Low-Carb Gluten-Free sriracha sauce will last about 2 weeks in the fridge or much longer in the pantry if you can it. You can of course make a big old mess of wings and use it up immediately.
My Field of Greens Salad is one I save for fancier meals. It makes the perfect Low-Carb Gluten-Free salad for a formal meal or for a date night with your honey. Not only does it look elegant on the plate, but it is packed full of nutrients. I would suggest preparing this salad on individual plates rather than family style. Pour your favorite dressing into a pretty salad oil bottle or small pitcher and let everyone pour their own dressing.
Perfect with almost any meal, Low-Carb Gluten-Free creamed spinach is one of my favorite side dishes. Because it is so rich and creamy your kids won’t even mind the spinach; mine have grown to love it! You can use fresh spinach in this recipe, but I find the frozen to be a little quicker and easier to work with when creaming. If you have leftovers try adding some to an omelet for an extra special treat.
Southwest Deviled Eggs are the perfect Low-Carb Gluten-Free appetizer for any party or Mexican fiesta meal. They are packed full of nutritional goodness and are delicious and satisfying. They are very simple to prepare and take very little time. They can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator.