French Onion Zoodle Bake

I love French Onion Soup, it’s my all time favorite. I do order it in restaurants, usually without the bread, but I never really know what’s in it...This isn’t a soup, but it has all the flavor of a good french onion soup though. I think I might play with it and see if I... Continue Reading →

Holidays – Keto Style

Turkey is easy, just avoid sugar in any rubs or brines you choose to use. I, for one plan on making extra for leftovers. Ham can be slightly more carb heavy, but watch your ingredients and avoid honey or brown sugar, though if you add your own sweeteners at home, that's fine Prime rib or... Continue Reading →

Broccoli Salad

A simple vegetable dish that can be adapted to any taste. A healthy side dish or a light dinner. The purple notes are my additions and substitutions. This only takes minutes to make and holds up in the refrigerator well. It would make a great potluck or BBQ addition. Broccoli Salad Ingredients: For the Salad... Continue Reading →

Zucchini Fritters

These are super simple and very tasty, I could see making them a little thicker and using them for burger buns or adding some smoked salmon and making salmon patties out of this. They are good with a cool creamy sour cream sriracha dip. Zucchini Fritters Ingredients: 2 cups grated zucchini (one medium sized zucchini)... Continue Reading →

Universal cream sauce

Adding a cream sauce to your meat and/or veggies is a great way to get some fats and it changes things up to keep them tasting great. Like a fat bomb that just makes a meal better. Gravies, cheese sauces, wine sauce...anything you want. Universal cream sauce Ingredients: 2 Tbsp Butter (add more if you... Continue Reading →

Low protein meals and snacks

I find myself going over on my proteins too often. My solution is save the majority of my proteins for dinner so I can have the good stuff. Here are some ideas for lower protein meals and snacks. Vegetables - Especially leafy ones can be filling and they typically don't add a lot of protein... Continue Reading →

Meatless Meals

Sometimes if you are over your proteins for the day you need a good filling dinner with not a lot of protein. Sometimes you just don't want meat, and for some people meatless is a way of life. I have not tried all of these, but they look amazing. It's easier to share this way,... Continue Reading →

Roasted Cabbage W/Onion Dijon Sauce

A great veggie side dish, a nice break from broccoli or cauliflower. The sauce it what makes it so good...make extra, serve with other veggies or meats. I'm not even a mustard lover, but this is amazing. Roasted Cabbage W/Onion Dijon Sauce Ingredients: ½ medium green cabbage (about 1½-lbs) 1 TB. garlic-infused olive oil (or... Continue Reading →

Serving sizes

We (people, especially Americans) eat too much... of everything. Sugar usage is out of control, it's in everything, even things that are NOT sweet...weird. High fats and high sugars (together) are what make us overweight and unhealthy. Fats can be healthy if the right ones are consumed, but this rant is not about sugars, carbs... Continue Reading →

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