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    This recipe was my Mother's and she taught me to make them. My sons and their families always request these eggs for all family get-together dinners.

    Recipe #48153

    These are a delicious home-made bread replacement that are practically carb free and very high in protein. They are just like heaven so I call them clouds. Compliments of Kristin Patterson.

    Recipe #411501

    I found this online and have made it several times where it's been gobbled up by diabetics and non-diabetics alike! I hope you'll like it, too!

    Recipe #80851

    37 Reviews |  By dgpat

    This is another recipe that I found browsing the web for low-fat recipes. This tastes just like the Orange Creamsicles from Good Humor years ago!!

    Recipe #88680

    These peanut butter cookies are pure, peanut butter goodness. If you like, adding chocolate chips will take it to another level!

    Recipe #145221

    Great for anyone going low carb OR who has so many zucchini, they don't know what to do!! :) We found the sauce to be very mild. I think it would be better with twice as much garlic. I boiled my zucchini slices for about 3 minutes so they were partially cooked. I wanted to make sure they were soft in the finished dish or I knew the kids wouldn't eat them. ;) The cottage cheese provides a slightly tangy note. I think we would have preferred ricotta, but that is personal taste. I use my 11x7 baking dish and got 6 pieces the size of what you see in my photos. Both of the guys ate two so it fed 4 of us, and I double the meat. Adjust the recipe accordingly for your family.

    Recipe #749

    I found this recipe while looking for low calorie meals. I must say this was the best "pizza" I ever had!! Can be used as an appetizer or snack. I use it in my low calorie diet as a dinner.

    Recipe #135660

    These are SO good! Wonderful for buffets, entertaining, luncheons or picnics, or even as a late night snack. This recipe makes 42 roll-ups, so no need to double, unless you are serving a really big crowd. Make sure that the cheese and ham are sliced paper-thin, have your deli slice it for you. You'll love these!

    Recipe #80234

    40 Reviews |  By Dorsey

    A variation of this recipe was in the Woman's World Magazine. Since I am trying to monitor carbs and yet still enjoy dessert, this really fills the bill.

    Recipe #97486

    41 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This hearty and delicious dish tastes similar to chicken and dressing. I am certain that this would be terrific with turkey also.

    Recipe #120106

    Recipe #102110

    During the holidays my family has a longstanding tradition of baking cookie trays for family and friends. This year, my circle includes a friend who has been advised by her doctor to dramatically reduce her carbohydrate intake. Not wanting to leave her out of the cookie circle, I tracked this recipe down on the web and have posted it here for others interested in low-carb baking. The resulting cookie is a little crumbly like a shortbread with a soft nutty flavor. I like the variation, my own, of adding the egg as the cookie holds together more and has a thin marzipan like center. A bit too rich for my low-fat taste buds but a certain hit for a low-carb diet. According to the recipe these have about 2.7g carbs per cookie.

    Recipe #147237

    Original recipe from Unknown Chef 86 but has been changed to fit diabetic lifestyle. These are moist, chewy and do NOT taste low carb!!!

    Recipe #105002

    This is a different kind of taco, low carb and healthy. The recipe comes from a local TV channel.

    Recipe #112065

    Attention Atkins fans and diabetics! Tired of paying top-dollar for small bottles of low-carb, sugar-free, pancake syrups that don't really taste very good anyway? Here's a syrup my DH really likes! Thicken more if you like! Prefer an orange syrup? Feel free to substitute other extracts for the maple and vanilla extract!

    Recipe #74644

    5 Reviews |  By Ducky

    Saw this made on a Foodtv show and thought it would be fun to make with DS. We tried the other day and he had a glorious time. They are quite tasty too. Make these as spicy or salty as you want. Change the seasonings for totally different snack. Please note that they can quickly go from baked to burnt.

    Recipe #119923

    This is one of those "from the dietitian" deals. I don't know where she gets this stuff, but it's pretty darn good. The hospital where she works always has good food and I actually don't mind eating there. But then again, when you're in the hospital on a 1200 cal. diet instead of your totally flexible at-home carb counting diet, you'll eat just about anything except the baked hamburger steak.

    Recipe #152742

    The scent of vanilla is supposed to curb the need to nosh on sweets, according to First Magazine. Researchers believe that the smell triggers serotonin, the stuff that makes us feel good.

    Recipe #201101

    These are really good and have the added bonus of very little fat! We eat these often during the summer, sometimes in place of oven "fries" made with potatoes. You can add some cayenne pepper for a kick if you want. Give them a try and tell me what you think! EDIT!: Given some reviewers advice, I tried them again. 45 minutes was way too long for us, we just ended up with a crispy shell and no zucchini left. But 30 minutes was very good, keeping the taste of the zucchini, with one turn. The problem with the "flouriness" not cooking away, I've found that if you spray them VERY well with cooking spray it resolves this problem for me. I'm editing the recipe to reflect this.

    Recipe #178820

    I've only eaten brussel sprouts steamed, until I found this recipe. This is from my mom's 500 Low-Carb Recipes' cookbook by Dana Carpender. I added the lemon juice. This recipe has lots of possibilities!

    Recipe #142464

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