Low-Carb Easter

Happy Low-Carb Easter from CarbSmart
Easter or Resurrection Sunday, is a Christian festival and cultural holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day of his burial following his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD.

No matter how you celebrate it, we have many Low-Carb options to keep you on your lifestyle.

Low-Carb Breakfast Egg Recipes for Easter by Dana Carpender – All With Video!

Low-Carb Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Frittata Recipe - 8 Eggs

With 30 chickens in her backyard, Dana Carpender can state with some authority that eggs are symbolic of spring in general and Easter in particular because that is when she notices that the hens start laying eggs again. This article includes these awesome egg-based recipes: Green Eggs and Ham, Ham, Cheddar and Broccoli Quiche, and Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Frittata.

Read More »

Easter Leftovers Recipes by Dana Carpender

Hey, it's the Saturday before Easter, and I've written this article just for the occasion. Why? Because I happen to know that a huge number of you will have leftover ham in the house come Sunday night, and most of you will have hardboiled eggs on hand, too. Since low carbers ain't gonna eat ham sandwiches, or egg salad sandwiches, either, I thought I'd come up with a couple of new recipes to help you clear out the fridge without messing up your diet. Here they are!

Read More »

What Should You Do With Easter Candy? by Dana Carpender

Why is it that the holiest festivals of Christianity have become culture-wide sugar-fests? I know for a fact that millions of people who never darken a church doorstep from year's end to year's end still pig out on Christmas cookies and candy canes. I'm betting that a whole lot of those folks are also snarfing down chocolate eggs, creme-filled eggs, jelly beans, and Peeps. Look! It's a Church Festival and a junk food marketing opportunity! (Not to mention all the obvious pagan symbolism involved, but that's a chat for a different blog.)

Read More »