Lamb Meatballs

This simple recipe for lamb meatballs relies on the inherently bold flavor of lamb. Simply mix in a few spices, form into meatballs and bake. Dipped in mint yogurt sauce, these lamb meatballs are absolutely delicious. If you don’t mind grains/carbs, these meatballs and sauce are also excellent stuffed inside warm pita bread. Click for the recipe

Broccoli Casserole

This pizza-inspired broccoli casserole is a very reliable way to serve broccoli to picky children, but it’s also loved by adults. I love how easy it is to make – it’s ready in 20 minutes! Click for the recipe

Teriyaki Chicken

Sticky, saucy, delicious teriyaki chicken made with low-sugar teriyaki sauce. My kids’ verdict? “This is your best chicken ever!” Click for the recipe

Paleo Chocolate Muffins

I’ve been on a chocolate kick lately, and these Paleo chocolate muffins are the perfect answer to “what can I have that’s rich, chocolaty, gooey and awesome, but doesn’t contain wheat and won’t send my blood sugar sky-high?”

These Paleo chocolate muffins are good enough to serve as dessert, but they are also wholesome enough that I allow myself and the kids a couple of them for breakfast on weekends. An added bonus: unlike refined-flour-and-sugar-muffins, these muffins are very filling, probably thanks to using almond butter in lieu of flour. Click for the recipe

Barbecue Beef Stew

Beef stew is such a classic comfort food, and the same goes for pulled pork and pulled chicken. I was curious to see what would happen if I combine the two, making slow cooker beef stew with barbecue sauce. The resulting barbecue beef stew is amazing – rich, flavorful, and comforting. Serve over rice, cauliflower rice or shirataki rice, with a side of steamed veggies. Click for the recipe

Buffalo Chicken

In this delicious buffalo chicken recipe, juicy chicken drumsticks are coated in a flavorful, spicy mixture of butter and hot sauce. Serve with extra napkins! Click for the recipe

Coconut Clusters

The idea for these delicious coconut clusters comes from a recipe I used to make in the past, before lowering my carb intake became a priority. These chocolate corn flakes clusters are amazing in their simplicity, and I wanted to make something similar without using corn flakes. The answer: use large, unsweetened coconut flakes and mix those in the melted chocolate to form pretty, sweet clusters. Using unsweetened coconut and 70% chocolate make this dessert not just tasty and decadent, but also very healthy. Click for the recipe