If you’re thinking about following a low-carb diet, do your research and make sure you’re going about it in a healthy way. When filled with healthy, whole foods that are low in carbs and prepared deliciously, the keto diet is an amazing way to create a lasting, positive difference in your life! It’s almost impossible to eat completely carb free and carbs still make up an important part of a balanced diet, but these recipes will give you options for how to eat fewer carbs or reduce your reliance on carbs to make meals more filling.
This recipe makes two good-size cookies and was inspired by a jumbo chocolate chip cookie from the Cafe Delites website ( click here to view that recipe), but I wanted a sugar free version that tastes great and fits into my low carb, ketogenic lifestyle.
This was a quick and delicious way to put crawfish together for a casserole dinner. This smoothie recipe uses blueberries and blackberries, two fruits that are low on the GI. Chia seeds are also included. They also have a vegetarian kabob on the menu that I’d like to try on kebob week.
Low carb recipes will fill you up with fewer carbs, packed with vitamins and nutrients and interesting flavours and textures. I substituted soy flour for the almond flour, same amount & it turned out great – thought I would let you know! Oh MY, the texture… This is the first almond flour recipe I have made, and I have made a LOT, that actually gets CRISPY on the outside and softish chewyish in the middle!
So today lets skip the bread, pasta, rice, and all that other jazz and focus on delicious recipes that are HIGH on protein and low on the carbs. What does bother me is that many recipes refer to using the microwave and that many recipes also involve commercial lowcarb products ie processed foods.