This was way more delicious than it looks. Barramundi cooked in butter, and cauliflower in a cheesy sauce. Can’t talk, snarfling!
Another delicious breakfast, this time bacon and eggs with mushrooms and a splash of Worcestershire sauce. I’ve never liked breakfast as a meal, but I am enjoying these low carb breakfasts.
This was delicious. Three ingredients I love; smoked salmon, cucumber and feta.
I thought I’d miss burgers so much on keto/low carb, but this dinner was delicious and satisfying and didn’t leave me wishing for a soft, white bun.
2 beef patties, nothing added, fried in the pan
2 slices of cheese, added to the burgers, in the pan, when they are done. Allow the cheese to melt.
Iceberg lettuce to wrap the burger
2 thin slices of tomato
2 small pieces of beetroot (Aussie, Aussie, Aussie)
1/4 an avocado
1 radish to crunch on
This was really yummy, much better than I thought it would be. I haven’t found sugar free sauces yet, I’m hoping to find them at the supermarket today.
I love feta cheese, I could eat it every day, and olives are an addiction, so Greek salads are my favourite.
Low Carb Greek Lamb Salad
1 cup of roast lamb
1 cup of lettuce
1/8 of a red onion
5 olives ( I went a bit crazy with the olives in the photo)
1 mini cucumber
Plate the ingredients as you wish and dive in.
This was a really delicious dinner. Made for 2 people:
2 cups of beef mince
1 tbsp peanut butter
1 teasp curry powder
1 cup water
1 cup snow peas
1 cup Asian greens
Carbs pp 7.4
Brown the mince, add the flavour ingredients and sesame oil and stir, add water and simmer until reduced, add veggies and stir, don’t overcook the snow peas.
I served ours on a bed of baby spinach and with zoodles on the side.
Serve in a bowl and be careful not to burn your mouth as you snarfle it.