This Buttered Wax Beans Low-Carb Gluten-Free side dish is super quick and easy to make and tastes great with fish, chicken, or beef. If you are unable to get fresh wax beans due to seasonal availability or if time is of the essence, you can use an organic canned bean. In the same family as green beans, wax beans tend be lower in carbohydrates and a bit sweeter in taste.
Apple-Walnut Stuffed Celery Sticks is a very versatile dish. You can serve it as a Low-Carb Gluten-Free appetizer, a side dish, or even a snack. They are quick and easy to make and a big crowd pleaser. Any way you serve them up, they are a delicious!
This recipe for steamed broccoli with roasted peppers is quick, easy, delicious, Low-Carb & Gluten-Free. You can use either fresh or frozen broccoli and then add some flair with a jarred roasted pepper. Fire roasted peppers add a depth of flavor and a splash of color to the dish. Because we are using only butter, salt, and pepper to season the broccoli, it goes well with just about any entrée.
This Italian Salad with Seasoned Mozzarella Cheese is the perfect addition to any chicken, beef, or vegetarian meal. Because you use the tomatoes as a pretty garnish on the plate, this salad presents beautifully. You can use a large serving bowl, but this salad begs for a plated presentation. Enjoy!
Tangy Lemon Parsley Butter tastes great on a nice juicy steak. This Low-Carb Gluten-Free compound butter brings out the taste of the meat without overpowering it. It can also be used on fish or vegetables. Best yet, you can make ahead of time and take it out of the refrigerator when you’re ready to use it. It also makes a great hostess gift or holiday gift.
Anytime Bean Medley is a great addition to any Lower-Carb Gluten-Free meal. It is simple to make with a nice clean taste that compliments any main dish. It can served with beef, chicken, fish, or lamb. Although not the lowest in vegetable carbs, it is quick and easy to make and if you don’t have fresh beans available, feel free to use frozen beans.
This Low-Carb Gluten-Free Asian Cole Slaw recipe tastes amazing! It pairs well with almost any protein and is a snap to prepare. You can make it ahead of time and let it sit in the fridge until needed. It also makes a great party dish for barbecue season and beyond.
Adding a Colorful Garden salad to a meal is great for your health. Although it’s low in calories, the vegetables in a garden are usually high in fiber and packed with vitamins and minerals. Not only that, but eating a salad a day helps to lower the bad cholesterol in your body. All this with the adding bonus of great taste! This salad is super quick and easy to prepare and you can serve it in a large bowl, family style, or serve in individual servings.
Nothing is easier than throwing together a Simple Italian Tossed Salad to compliment a meal. If you’re in a rush, make your life a little easier and use the pre-washed bagged Italian salad. You can add anything you want to it and it makes a lovely presentation. Save the “goodies” like cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes, etc., for a meal that does not already include 2 cooked vegetables.
Spring, summer, autumn, or winter, this Low-Carb & Gluten-Free Italian-Style Sautéed Summer Squash goes with everything! It can be served with fish, beef, or chicken and will elevate any meal. My husband hates, loathes, and detests summer squash, yet eats every scrap of this. I call it Italian Sticks, and he doesn’t know the difference. It’s a big hit with my family whenever I serve it and that says a lot!