Brussels sprouts and cauliflower "Rice" can be a great low carb replacement for rice with way more nutritious benefits. Enjoy as a side dish or even on its own with some added proteins mixed in! SET YOUR OVEN TO 325 DEGREES Ingredients: - Cauliflower - Brussels Sprouts - Avocado Oil ( I've also used coconut oil, olive oil or bacon grease before too) - Salt **Other spices are totally an option** - Granulated Garlic - Turmeric powder Step 1: Toss your Sprouts and a few caulifl
Breakfast can often be a neglected meal for those of us on the go. But what if we made it easier by grabbing one of these high fat and delicious 20 grams of protein breakfast "Muffins"? With a little weekend prep you can have 20 of these puppies sitting in the fridge for a grab and go or grab and re-heat breakfast during the week! SET YOUR OVEN TO 350F Ingredients: - 10 Large Eggs - 2 Cups Cottage Cheese - 4 Cups Shredded Cheese (1 pound) - 1 Cup Diced Ham - 6 slices of baco
Love cheese sticks? Don't love the carbs or the mess it makes to dunk things in eggs, and "breading", and back and forth? Then you're gonna love this recipe! Ingredients: - 1 Egg - 1 Cup Powdered Parmesan (maybe a little bit extra) - String Cheese, I used 5 for this but could have probably used 8 or 9 with the extra dough. - Coconut oil - Choice of seasonings (I used onion powder and granulated garlic) Step 1: Cut the string cheese in half. I'm guessing you could probably
How many people grew up thinking Brussels sprouts were just a terribly weird looking vegetable that no one actually ate? I know they were never something I had when I was a kid. So you could imagine my surprise when I realized just how delicious, nutritious, and insanely easy they were to make as an adult. This recipe only calls for 1 pan, you can use two if you want a separate pan for your bacon, but for the sake of speed I had mine ready when I started this recipe. First
Fun story time! Ever since the first day my Dad taught me how to cook a fried egg sandwich when I was 10, I've loved cooking. It was pretty much just a grilled cheese with an egg in it and it also probably wasn't great that I loved eating two of them for breakfast, but that's another story. As I got older and graduated high school I really wanted to attend cooking school to become a chef. However, I'd never actually done it as a job before. So my super awesome Mom manage
Yup, you read that right, and yes, they're just as amazing as you're thinking...If not possibly even a little bit better! The best part? They're actually really easy to make too. It's just a matter of letting them get a solid roast and crunch, this is a recipe that you really can't rush.
Ingredients: - Jalapenos - Cream cheese - Pepperoni - Mozzarella cheese (shredded) - Bacon - Garlic powder - Onion powder Prep time: 10 - 15 minutes Cook Time : 1 hour temp: These were
Fun story about my relationship with cauliflower...I use to absolutely hate it. I mean, you could have offered me $100 to eat a large bowl of it and I still would have said no. It was just something I never wanted to go near. Now days though, it's one of my go to ingredients for many meals, including this one. So, why cauliflower? Well, first let's start with the nutrient break down for this beautiful cruciferous vegetable. With such a dull look, who knew it had so much vi