What's For Dinner? | Loaded Keto Coleslaw

What makes this recipe “loaded” you may ask? This keto coleslaw combines all of the flavors of a loaded baked potato, minus the potato of course because those are definitely not considered ketogenic. Don’t be fooled into thinking that coleslaw has to be a boring side dish any longer. Bacon (need I say more?), cheddar cheese, crisp freshness from the coleslaw mix, some bite from the green onions, and the perfect balance to these rich flavors with a punch of acidity from the apple cider vinegar. This is not your average coleslaw. Coleslaw really is a wonderful vegetable option for keto because it’s main component is cabbage. Cabbage, which is considered a cruciferous veggie is a perfect ke

What's For Dinner? | Mediterranean Broccoli Salad

One of the things that I missed when I started doing Keto was the side salads that I loved making, especially now that summer is upon us. When I found this Keto Mediterranean Broccoli Salad though, I knew that I would love it and I hope you love it too. This dish goes great with Chicken or Fish, but would probably not be out of place at a barbecue either. We're trading in my typical go to Miracle Whip with Greek Yogurt but without sacrificing flavor or texture. Without further adieu, let's get into this recipe. Ingredients: For the salad: 5 Cups Broccoli, cut into small florets 1/2 Cup Artichoke hearts marinated in olive oil, sliced 1/2 Cup Sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil, roughly chopped (

What's For Dinner? | Riced Cauliflower

I recently tried riced cauliflower and it was an instant hit with my wife and I, so much so that I wrote an article all about Cruciferous Vegetables recently and how they have more health benefits than just being a low-carb substitute for rice. This new surge of interest in riced cauliflower is great because when broken down by chopping or grating into tiny rice-sized pieces, the appearance may fool you for a moment for the real thing. This versatile side has a neutral flavor, becomes tender, and yet holds its shape when cooked, with a bonus of taking only a fraction of time to cook compared to boiling and simmering grains of rice. Now that we have tasted how wonderful this side dish is, we

Benefits of Cruciferous Vegetables

I hope you're enjoying these articles as much as I am in researching them. Not long ago I posted a recipe for enchilada chicken over "riced" cauliflower. My wife is not as adventurous as I am when it comes to trying new foods, but the taste was so mild, and the texture was great, so we have a winner with riced cauliflower. There are more benefits to cauliflower than just a low glycemic index, or low carbohydrate content. Cauliflower is in the family of vegetables known as Cruciferous, along with kale, arugula, cabbage, brussle sprouts, broccoli, bok choy, collards, radish, and similar green leaf vegetables. In Casarett & Doull's Toxicology, it says that the chemicals we come in contact wi

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