I have been absent from blogging for the last little while and have been itching to blog again... I came across an article yesterday that had some suggestions for using chia seeds in different ways. I don't traditionally like soaked chia seeds because they take on a goopy slimy texture that doesn't agree with me. But this glorious recipe uses GROUND up chia seeds which eliminates this problem. I have used ground chia seeds in a banana-less banana bread recipe (which can be found in the recipe index) and loved the results there, so I whipped this up last night knowing it had to sit in the fridge for 24 hours to stiffen up.
These pictures could never do this piece of pork justice! My husband makes this incredibly simple pork roast with crackling that I get so excited for every time!
I'm baaack!!! After a much needed family vacation away, I am back with an amazing recipe to share! This one comes from one of my favorite bloggers... Carlyn at All day I dream about food! Salted Caramel Chocolate Chunk Ice cream. This one is Low Carb, Sugar free, so creamy and dreamy and weight loss friendly! Trim Healthy Mamas, this one is an S!
Thank to a facebook request on my blog to make THM friendly Taquitos (thanks Misty Jeffers!), I bring you these awesome bean and cheese taquitos! Misty requested bean and cheese taquitos because those are her son's favorite and he is the taquito lover! Taquitos are basically appetizer sized crispy burritos. These ended up being a Crossover because of the bean and cheese and sprouted flour and ghee that we fried them in. Here is what we ended up with:
Need a meal that's ready in less than 30 minutes! Look no further... Garlic Butter Shrimp with roasted broccoli and spinach bacon salad.
This recipe is a good serving of comfort food... made with my tweaks, it's on plan and LOW CARB! Trim Healthy Mamas, this is a Heavy S Dinner that will satisfy the whole family!
It looks like banana bread, it tastes like banana bread... but there's no bananas... it's low carb, gluten free, sugar free and amazingly delicious!
I remade this delicious recipe with 1 cup of almond flour and 1/2 cup of oat fibre (NOTE THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS OAT FLOUR) in place of the 2 cups of almond flour. I was trying to get the bread to taste a little more cakey in texture and a little lighter on the calorie load from the nut flour. Oat fibre is an amazing "free filler" as it is basically nothing... no carbs, no fat. It acts like coconut flour in the sense that it absorbs quite a lot of moisture for its own weight.
African Peanut Soup! THM Mamas, this one's an E!
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