5 Low Carb Recipes (that are more that just meat and cheese!)

We have all heard of low carb diets and eating styles going in and out of style. Often, people are comically featured in books  and/or movies eating lots of meat and commenting on how much weight they are going to lose. However, there are many people today that are cutting out sugar and processed foods and following a healthier high protein, low sugar/carb way of eating. With the increased number of people choosing this way of eating, there are also many more options for new recipes that are visually appealing and taste delicious.

Here are just a few of my favorite low carb recipes

  •  Broccoli Salad-This simple recipe includes mayonnaise, broccoli, onion, bacon, salt and pepper, almonds, red vinegar
  • Pickle Roll-UpsThis snack is simple and delicious. Pickles, corned beef (or I have used ham), and cream cheese
    pickle roll ups
  • Cheesy Cauliflower BreadsticksWho knew chopped cauliflower could make a low carb bread? Cauliflower, cheese, eggs, oregano, garlic
  • Cabbage SteakSimple way to serve up some cabbage! This recipe only requires cabbage, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper
  • Almond Chicken TendersAn easy alternate way to make crunchy tenders. Almonds, olive oil, and chicken

These are just a few of my favorites. There are so many to be found online with a simple search. Please tell me what some of your favorite low carb/low sugar recipes are!


One thought on “5 Low Carb Recipes (that are more that just meat and cheese!)

  1. Hi Summer,
    I like the ideas you listed on your post for low-carb recipes. The pictures that explain how to make them and show what they look like are great and make for a great visual of what you are talking about.
    I have been looking for some ideas of low-carb recipes to try because I do not really have any, and these look delicious so I am going to try them.
    I like how you ended the post asking for others to share their favorite low-carb recipes. I wish I had one to share.
    Good job on you blog.


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