Pizza Stuffed Bell Peppers

These pizza-stuffed bell peppers are just the thing when you crave pizza but prefer to avoid grains, carbs and excess calories. I love having them for lunch! Click for the recipe

Beef Kabobs

While I wouldn’t dream of turning a fatty, juicy ribeye steak into kabobs, I find that top sirloin is a bit on the lean side for my taste, so when it’s on sale and I do buy it, I like to turn it into well-seasoned beef kabobs. Click for the recipe

Bacon Cheese Crackers

With just three ingredients, these low-carb bacon cheese crackers are ready in 2 minutes and provide flavor and crunch without wheat, gluten, or unnecessary carbs. Click for the recipe

Roasted Radishes

I love the sharp, peppery taste of fresh radishes, but I also love them roasted. Roasting downplays their sharpness and brings out a pleasant creaminess. When roasted, radishes taste mild, so if you prefer bolder flavors, play with adding seasonings (garlic powder, dried herbs) or sprinkle them with Parmesan cheese prior to roasting. Click for the recipe

Low Carb Grilled Cheese

This delicious grilled cheese sandwich is made with my super easy, super quick low carb microwave bread. And while admittedly it’s not exactly like real bread (it’s soft and a little eggy), the cheesy, buttery goodness of this warm sandwich definitely hits the spot! Click for the recipe

Lamb Shoulder Chops

Lamb shoulder chops require low, slow cooking, so they’re ideal for your slow cooker. The reward for your patience? Intensely flavorful, delightfully fatty, melt-in-your-mouth meat. Click for the recipe

Spaghetti Squash with Peanut Sauce

Spaghetti squash is magical. While its texture obviously differs than that of real noodles, when mixed with various sauces, it does give one the experience of eating noodles. This spaghetti squash with peanut sauce makes a wonderful addition to any Asian-inspired dish. I often serve it with Asian salmon. Click for the recipe