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Low-Carb Dieters know how to get the great taste of pizza without the carbs of the pizza crust. Try this Low-Carb Side Dish Pizza-Flavored Broccoli recipe from Di Bauer.
Low-Carb Gluten-Free Bleu Cheese Dressing is perfect for Buffalo wings, Low-Carb salads or dipping veggies. Recipe by Judy Barnes-Baker.
Chocolate Chip Pecan Dixie Carb Counters Ready-to-Eat Everyday Gourmet Good Cookie 4 oz. bag. Each bag contains about 12 cookies. Low Carb (only 2 net carbs per cookie) and gluten free, these really good cookies are sure to fill a snackin’ void in your diet! No sugar alcohols or polydextrose and all natural with such a super taste you will be sure to want to try all the flavors. Now you don’t have to give up the satisfying taste of good cookies on your Low-Carb diet.
Sometimes you just need a little something special. This low-carb Raspberry-Cream Cheese Omelet makes a delicious breakfast and a decadent treat! It’s quick and easy to prepare so even on the busiest of mornings you can pamper yourself without worrying the time. It’s high in protein, rich, creamy, and good to the last bite.
This is exactly what it sounds like, delicious Low-Carb pepperoni pizza soup with the best ingredients you’d find on a pepperoni pizza – without the crust!
Savory Pecans make a great snack for any occasion. Whether you need a grab and go snack or something to put out for guests, Savory Pecans are the perfect solution. They are require very few ingredients, are easy to prepare, and are crazy delicious! Best of all, these spiced nuts make a great gift. For gift giving, you can place the cooled Savory Pecans in a pretty serving dish (from the dollar store of course), wrap it in cellophane and tie a ribbon around the top. It makes for a beautiful yet cost effective gift presentation.
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.
On August 4, 2016, Dana Carpender will appear at the first meeting of the newly formed LCHF (Low Carb High Fat) Support Group in Las Vegas, NV. 6:15pm-7:45pm, Clark County Library, Large Conference Room, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119.
This Italian Seasoned Green Bean Low-Carb recipe is super easy. You can use bottled dressing which makes it much quicker to prepare. I prefer the Walden Farms Calorie-Free dressing, but if you are Paleo or Primal, you may choose to make your own. It pairs well with beef, chicken, fish, or lamb and reheats easily if you are bringing it to a gathering. If you don’t have fresh green beans, simply thaw out a bag or two of frozen beans and use those.
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.