If you want an even lower carb count, or less fiber (some don’t do well on lots of fiber), meat crust pizza – meatza – is a tasty option. I usually make mini meatzas, but today I felt like making a “real” pizza and cutting it into slices. If you flatten the meat well, and bake it long enough, you can even eat this meatza with your hands, if you’re so inclined. [Read more…] about Meatza Recipe
Golden, crisp and very flavorful, grated Parmesan cheese makes the perfect crust for these delicious, low-carb chicken tenders. [Read more…] about Parmesan Crusted Chicken Tenders
Surprise! At the center of each of these flavorful meatballs hides a cheesy, gooey center. This is a favorite entree in my house which is often requested. I am happy to oblige — these stuffed meatballs are very easy to make. [Read more…] about Cheese-Stuffed Meatballs
Sticky, buttery, and with the perfect combination of savory and sweet, these maple chicken drumsticks are a huge hit whenever I make them. It’s one of the chicken dishes my kids request most often. [Read more…] about Maple Chicken
No need to give up yummy tacos when you eat low carb – simply replace the corn tortilla shells with cheddar taco shells. They are just as tasty, crunchy, and – of course – messy! [Read more…] about Low Carb Tacos
Let’s face it, chicken breast is bland. Even if perfectly baked. Chicken cordon bleu is a classic recipe that improves the taste of chicken breast by filling it with ham and cheese, then dredging it in breadcrumbs and frying in butter.
The classic chicken cordon bleu is excellent, but a bit too involved for a lazy cook like myself. So I decided to simplify things by baking the chicken breasts as I normally do, then topping them with Dijon mustard, ham and cheese, and returning to the hot oven for just a few seconds, until the cheese melts. We loved the result! Easy enough to make on a weeknight, adult-and-kid-friendly, and very tasty. [Read more…] about Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu