This is one of those easy meals that can be thrown together in the morning and left all day. It’s really so simple that I felt silly about putting it on the website, but Hubby kept saying I needed to share this one and I like to listen to handsome redheaded graphic artists offering advice about my blog.
I recently saw one of those click-bait type posts on Facebook about a two-ingredient BBQ sauce and I was intrigued. The recipe used ketchup and a can of soda… not exactly what I think of for a solid BBQ sauce, but it got me thinking maybe I could use a can of stevia-sweetened soda to create a simple sugar free BBQ sauce for our family’s favorite slow cooked pulled pork. The result was yummy, y’all!
The Cheesy Bacon Chicken Casserole recipe on our site here is crazy popular with over 1,000 views Every Single Day since it was published almost two years ago. I tell you, just sprinkle bacon on a dish and people will come running. Our family really loves it, but now that we’re losing weight with Trim Healthy Mama (100 pounds together so far!) we like to take our old favorites and tweak them to fit our healthier lifestyle. This low carb Cheesy Bacon Chicken Cauliflower casserole is absolutely amazing – all the same great flavors, without the heavy carbs from the pasta and canned soup.
Big, hearty, savory meatballs! We love this stick-to-your-ribs, man-pleasing dinner. These meatballs are packed with a sneaky superfood: flaxseed! Naturally full of fiber, manganese, vitamin B1, and omega-3, flaxseed also works as a natural binder to keep our meatballs nice and firm without added carbs like crackers or breadcrumbs. Our recipe does use 1 cup old fashioned oats, but it is spread out over a very large batch of meatballs and can be reduced or eliminated entirely if you’d like.
Our family enjoys flavorful E (energizing) meals on the Trim Healthy Mama plan. I especially love anything I can toss in the Crock Pot in the morning and enjoy for dinner later that day. Trim Healthy Mama is a carb conscious lifestyle, not “low carb” – THMers need healthy carbs to fuel our metabolisms and support overall health. When enjoying an E meal, it’s important to keep fat content low. This recipe uses lean chicken breast meat, cooked until tender in lemon juice for a light, bright meal.
These low-carb enchiladas are creamy and full of bold Mexican flavor. Foods low in carbohydrates can help manage type 2 diabetes and some hormonal imbalances. Some insulin users often find their blood glucose is more easily managed when they limit the amount of carbs in their daily diet. Many people have experienced weight loss and other […]