Posts Tagged by low carb

You Call This A Low Carb Biscuit?

I am a student member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as well as the DCE Diabetes Care andEducation Community Group. This means that each month I receive several nutrition related journals. Sometimes I have received magazines on health related topics provided by publishers to the members of the AND. This month I was sent a copy of Better Homes and Garden’s Diabetic Living. It’s interesting to see some of the health related magazines that people buy. This […] read more

Low Carb Big Mac Salad

In my pre-WLS days, when I needed a quick bite to eat, a run through the nearest drive through fast food joint always did the trick. McDonald’s was popular and the Big Mac meal was a favorite. I can’t tell you the last time I’ve been to McDonald’s but that hasn’t stopped me from having Big Mac’s. Well, at least my own low carb, WLS friendly version of the Big Mac. I’ve discovered that many of the […] read more

Recipe Redux – Cultured Butter and Lemon Blueberry Friendship Bread

You’ve probably seen the commercial. The one in which romance cover model Fabio tells us all about the wonderfully buttery taste of some imitation butter product and how it’s suppose to be sooo much better for us then the real thing <inset eye roll here>. Just in case you don’t remember the commercial, the wonders of YouTube can allow us all to see it again and again: If you are reading this post in a […] read more

Low Carb Cuban Sandwich and Salad

Part of my school nutrition experience is to work in some kind of kitchen setting that focuses on food service and management. Basically some type of commercial kitchen that serves meals based on medical/nutrtional needs. I did my 200 hours in a kitchen at a local hostpital. Most of my time was spent helping to assist in some type of food prep, setting up patient meal trays, processing dietary orders, making tray deliveries, etc. There’s […] read more

Spinach, Tomato and Cheese Egg Muffins

Instead of making one big frittata I went with individual egg muffins. Bad idea. Even though the muffin pan was well greased they stuck to it making them difficult to remove. Next time I’ll just stick to the frittata and cut it into pieces instead. They still taste great though so all was not lost. Spinach, Tomato and Cheese Egg Muffins   1 1/2 cups of frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed 1 container of grape […] read more

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