I see these videos all over YouTube and I always think they are interesting and sometimes give me some good ideas of what to make whenever I get in a food rut. So, I thought it would be fun to do on my blog. I hope you enjoy! Breakfast: Coffee with heavy cream while breakfast… Continue reading What I Eat In A Day – Low Carb
I whipped up these delicious low carb biscuits made from coconut flour last night and they were so yummy! They taste similar to the biscuits from Red Lobster, not quite the same but a pretty good substitute if you ask me! I had a leftover biscuit for breakfast this morning with some eggs on it… Continue reading Low Carb Garlic Cheddar Biscuits
I will cook practically anything in the crock-pot, especially meats. They always come out so tender and juicy! Lately, I’ve been loving chicken in there. Especially these chicken leg quarters! I used a BBQ rub on my chicken but have also used a lemon pepper seasoning by sprinkling lemon zest, garlic powder, sea salt and… Continue reading Crock-Pot Chicken Leg Quarters
This is what happens when I don’t want to cook. I go to the grocery store and get a Rotisserie Chicken (Garlic & Pepper) and some frozen potatoes. These ones are the Alexia Waffle Cut Fries and they are so good! Basically all I had to do was turn on the oven, cook some Kale… Continue reading Dinner Brought To You (Mostly) By Winco!
This is the perfect recipe for a cold, rainy, windy day. A day like today. I’m not usually a big fan of chili because I’m not a big fan of beans. And chili without beans, seems like just meat and sauce and it feels strange to eat a bowl of meat and sauce. Except for… Continue reading Chocolate Chili (Paleo, Whole30)
I have made different variations of these in the years past and they always come out tasting amazing! I’ve made them with fresh basil, sun-dried tomatoes and fennel. I’ve also used fresh parsley instead of basil and they still come out amazing. This time, I’m adding feta cheese. I don’t consume much dairy, hardly any… Continue reading Sun-Dried Tomato and Feta Chicken Meatballs
I set out to make a roasted pork tenderloin recipe I saw in a magazine and didn’t realize the recipe called for brown sugar and lots of cayenne pepper. Well, sugar is out for me and cayenne is out for my husband so that wasn’t going to work. So, instead I seasoned the pork tenderloin… Continue reading Sweet Apple Roasted Pork Tenderloin (Recipe)