15 Minute Eggroll in a Bowl, Beef version

This tasty eggroll in a bowl recipe is a keto/low carb, budget friendly, recipe you can make in just 15 minutes. Most of the ingredients can be bought in your local grocery store. One of the spices that brings this easy Chinese take-out style recipe to the next level, and creates the overall authentic taste and aroma, is Chinese 5 spice. Although you can use store-prepared coleslaw cabbage, it is better to use Chinese cabbage, also known as Napa Cabbage. The 15 minute eggroll in a bowl is a beef version, which also uses bell pepper/capsicum, mushrooms, and carrots. Make extra, because leftovers keep well in the fridge for several days. All the ingredients in this healthy, deconstructed eggroll in a bowl, are sugar free and gluten free so perfect for celiac, keto, low carb, paleo, Banting diet and diabetic keto diets. Enjoy!

Keto Pizza Meatloaf

Combine your favorite pizza toppings with a delicious Italian meatloaf, and you have a tasty pizza meatloaf. A comfort meal that is a budget friendly, satisfying and filling dinner that is easy to make. This nutritious pizza meatloaf is perfect for keto diets, low carb meal plans, and paleo diets because it is gluten free, grain free and sugar free, so also perfect for diabetic diet plans and celiac diets as well.

Keto Scotch Eggs

Traditional Scotch eggs are a favorite breakfast or picnic food. These keto, paleo, gluten free Scotch eggs start with a boiled egg done just the way you like, either soft and runny yokes, medium or hard boiled, then surrounded with a delicious seasoned pork sausage. I use a mild Italian sausage but you can use a farmer’s sausage or even spice things up with a chorizo sausage. This video shows both the oven baked Scotch egg method or the standard frying method. These tasty Scotch eggs are great for a prep ahead breakfast, on the go, or for brunch. They also make a great entree with a side such as my ABC Soup, Jicama Thai Green salad or Roasted Parmesan and Lemon Broccoli.

Keto Chili for a Crowd

Tasty chili made in a slow cooker or crockpot. This recipe uses only whole food ingredients and is keto, paleo, gluten free and sugar free, as well it has no grains or legumes. Soaked almonds are used as a replacement for kidney beans and provide an excellent taste and texture substitute. This chili can be served to everyone in your family, even your most picky eaters. Enjoy!

Thai Styled Keto Pork Tenderloin – sugar free

A tasty balance of authentic Thai flavors creates a marinade that infuses the pork tenderloin for this easy to prepare oven or BBQ grilled recipe. Enjoy for your low carb, keto, gluten free and sugar free dinner or as an enjoyable wrap.

Roasted Herbes de Provence Chicken

A delicious and flavorful roasted chicken recipe featuring Herbes de Provence. This is an easy and quick to prepare recipe that is an excellent dinner or dinner party main dish. You can use chicken quarters, thighs or baste a whole chicken in the marinade. It is an economical meal that tastes like you are eating at a French restaurant.

Japanese 7 Spice Roast Chicken

Shichimi Togarashi is a popular Japanese condiment and seasoning, a version of which is created for this grilled chicken thighs recipe. Shichimi Togarashi, also called Japanese 7 spice mix, perfectly flavors and enhances the chicken with a clean, traditional Japanese flavor.

Oven Roasted Spring Vegetables

An easy to prepare, colorful assortment of spring and summer vegetables roasted in the oven to bring out all the complementary flavors. Seasoned with turmeric and other healthy spices.

Roast Leg of Lamb with Garlic and Rosemary

This rosemary and garlic studded roasted leg of lamb is basted with a butter and lemon marinade. The recipe is very easy to make and makes a very tender meat. A succulent and satisfying family meal or for special occasions.

Baked Herb Salmon – Quick and Easy

Dinner preparation is quick and easy with this restaurant quality oven baked salmon. There are only a few basic ingredients and the meal is done in under thirty minutes.

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