Creamy Garlic Cauliflower Mash

This dish serves as a low carb and lower calorie substitute to regular mashed potatoes and it tastes so good. It truly should not be a substitute in any sense, the taste makes it a standout side dish. I haven’t made mashed potatoes once I started this and I do not intend to go back. My son usually loves his mashed potatoes and he loves this. Making this is so much easier and quicker than with potatoes. All we need to do is roughly chop the cauliflower florets and cook them in the microwave and once cooled, put them in … Continue reading Creamy Garlic Cauliflower Mash

Healthy Low Carb Carrot Walnut Loaf

This loaf is super healthy and delicious. Great for breakfast or a snack and its tastes amazing with a smear of butter on it. This can also be made into muffins. The addition of the yoghurt gives that lovely moist consistency and the butter can be completely eliminated but I find the addition of that bit of butter does add to the flavour. Honey completely replacing the need for any refined sugar making it so much healthier. And the addition of almond flour reduces the amount of plain flour needed making this lower in carb content. This is a healthy … Continue reading Healthy Low Carb Carrot Walnut Loaf

Easy Low Carb Almond Loaf

This is a healthy, quick and easy Almond Loaf. I use almond meal instead of plain flour which reduces the carb content and I use honey instead of sugar, making it so much healthier. If you are new to low-carb baking, using almond meal is quite easy to begin with. But you have to remember that unlike regular flour, almond flour does not hold its structure as well because of the absence of gluten. The eggs added provide that structure, air for fluffiness and some protein as well. I have not used any butter or oil in it. I wanted … Continue reading Easy Low Carb Almond Loaf

Scrumptious Stuffed Omelette

This easy to make fluffy and filling omelette is great for breakfast or brunch. This recipe is ideal if you want to cut down on carbs as it is quite filling on its own and you can skip on eating bread along with it. I made this after church on Sunday for brunch and my son ‘inhaled’ his meal with a glass of milk. I had mine at a more sedate and civilised pace with a lovely cup of tea. Filled with red onions, green peppers and any left-over meat or sausages adds amazing flavour to this dish. You can … Continue reading Scrumptious Stuffed Omelette