Another treat for those of us on low carb, diabetic diets. These pancakes are delicious and suitable for the whole family.
Note the nutritional information for this recipe; high in calcium, protein and magnesium!
The first time I made these muffins I was pleasantly surprised at how moist and light they were using such a small amount of oil. If you are on a diabetic or low carb diet, you will be thrilled to have this easy, recipe, and if you aren't on a diet, you will still love the taste and nutrition these muffins offer. I found this recipe on a low carb website...but forgot which one!
I am experimenting with different flavors of protein powder and extracts and have so far enjoyed chocolate, vanilla and berry.
These delicious, nutritious pancakes are a real treat for low-carbers, quick and easy to make. I adapted this recipe from another website: lowcarbfriends.com. Add to the basic recipe with a few chopped nuts, blueberries, chocolate chips, etc., but remember that they will add some carbs to the whole count, which is under 10 for the entire recipe of more than 8 pancakes.
Do you want a cereal that is loaded with nutrition, extremely low in carbs, and positively delicious? This is it! I adapted the recipe from a low carb site, so it's perfect for people who are concerned with good health, on diets or for diabetics.
Step away from the Hot Plate and Head to the Grill! The Hot Plate Houdini's
would like to introduce you to The Houdini's Magical Jerk Tuna Kabobs with Pineapple Glaze, created especially for ZWT3.
Make plenty, they'll "Disappear Fast!"
Turkey chorizo was my inspiration for this omelette. I had one sausage left and decided to create something special for my husband's breakfast. You can add other veggies to this basic recipe using whatever scraps you have in your fridge.
Yep...chocolate for breakfast. I created this recipe trying to get my grandkids to eat their oatmeal. Now it's my favorite way to fix this healthy start breakfast. I use my rice cooker to make oatmeal...fast and easy!
Spinach, cream cheese, walnuts and pears are rolled up and sliced for this delicious, make-ahead appetizer. I love this as a lunch time sandwich too since it holds well in a lunch sack.
This recipe calls for lahvosh which can be hard to find; just substitute a good quality flour tortilla instead and ignore the instructions for preparing the dried lahvosh.