Just thought I would share some tasty recipes & food ideas I have tried
(really yummy) I had it for dinner last night : ) Total Meal 4 g S/ 26g Carbs
2 Wraps (Low Carb) I use Xtreme Wellness Wrap by Ole sold at Krogers
6 slices of corned beef
2 slices of swiss cheese
2 tbsp of thousand island dressing
4 tbsp of sauerkraut
Split these ingredients up between the two tortillas and I grilled my wrap in a George Foreman grill!! Viola!!! Mmm so tasty!
Salami & Cheese Triscuits
Great Snack or Quick Lunch Idea 1 g sugar/22 g carbs
15 triscuits (the thin triangle ones-original flavor)
4 slices of of hard salami
1 french onion laughing cow cheese wedge
MACADAMIA NUT CLUSTERS
Makes 12 clusters
So rich that one is enough.
3 ounces 85% dark chocolate (Approx. 1/2 of large size bar)
1 teaspoon butter
1 cup macadamia nuts
Microwave chocolate and butter in medium size glass bowl for 1 minute, stirring every 15 seconds (or use double boiler).
Add 1 cup of macadamia nuts to chocolate mixture and stir to cover.
Drop mixture by rounded teaspoons onto tray covered with wax paper. Salt lightly if
Refrigerate for 45 minutes and enjoy
Recipe for Carne Asada:
Couple lbs. of Fajita Steak or Diezmillo (needs to be really thin)
Onions sliced long and thin (sprinkle all over and toss around with meat)
Cilantro diced up (same as you do with onions)
Minced onion flakes or onion powder
Season All Spice or Adobo Seasoning
Small amount of Red Cooking Wine or Can of Beer
A tiny bit of oil (can be olive oil or whatever you have)
Garlic salt (just a little sprinkle all over)
I didn't put measurements, because everything is just sprinkled all over the meat. It doesn't have to be the exact on both sides, as long as it gets on there. Then let it marinate at least an hour, but of course the longer the better (as always when marinating).
Lindsay's Homemade Guacamole =)
Depending how much your going to make, you will need more or less avocados.
But this recipe will be enough for four-six servings
3 large avocados
Yellow or Red onions
First cut open the avocados and scoop all out into a bowl and smash with whatever works for you. I use a fork. Squirt for your taste some lime juice and add salt to your liking as well. Stir around really good until smooth. Then add diced onion and cilantro. Probably about a 1/4 of cup of each or more if you like more onions in your guacamole. And WALA!!! The yummiest guacamole has been made and ready for you to enjoy. I love this stuff so much, I practically could just eat it with a spoon. LOL!!!
Pictures of some of my meals
|Grilled shrimp mix with creole season, olive oil and lemon juice with a side spinach salad|
|My FAVVVVVVVVV breakfast ever!! High fiber tortilla, black beans (1/2 cup) with crema & cheese, bacon, 2 eggs|