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Ready for this week’s best low carb recipes roundup? And by “best,” I mean the ones that were the most liked, shared, pinned and clicked by our Low Carb Zen fans, reaching millions of low carbers around the world. Woot!
We also have a first this week–two recipes by the same author made the top picks. Linda’s Low Carb Menus and Recipes totally represented! Thanks for all you do, Linda.
|To make these Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls, you’ll need a big skillet with a lid–and the ingredients. Extremely simple recipe, most of which is about plopping everything into your skillet and cooking it up. That’s my speed!|
|This Low Carb Coffee Creme Custard is a simple but elegant little dessert. The recipe makes four servings, all dressed up in individual custard cups that are perfect for individual servings. Carb count is lower with either Liquid Splenda or the erythritol-based sweetener of your choice.|
|These Cauliflower Breadsticks create a stunning illusion! How “real bread” do they look?! I have shied away from some of the cauil-creations in the past because they looked so fussy. But we’re talking a food processor, some parchment paper and a tea towel here. I’d probably use my baking mats in place of the parchment paper. Do-able!|
|The “Unpotato Salad” looks great, and got awesome reviews from our fans. Since one of the ingredients is Cider Vinegar, I’d love to try this with Braggs as soon as I manage to snag some.|
|Baked Parmesan Mushrooms couldn’t be easier! And moved from the cake pan for cooking to the cast iron griddle for serving, they are both elegant and adorable, too!|
|Low Carb Pumpkin Pie Custard looks amazing! Looks like this recipe has been updated to use Vanilla liquid Stevia, but I’ll bet you could use whatever sweetener you prefer. And you could easily substitute unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk for the regular milk in the recipe to get a little more mileage in the carb count or go dairy-free. I cannot wait to try this one! A perfect Thanksgiving dessert if I’ve ever seen one…|
|I love casseroles, and this simple Chicken, Broccoli and Cheese Casserole looks SO good! Plus, no special ingredients or equipment required. A food processor, a cheese grater and a simple casserole dish and you’re in business. Dinner business. Yum!|
|Another Coconut Flour delight for our nut-free folks: Coconut Flour Cheddar Drop Biscuits. Looks like a serious cheese grater really would come in handy!|
|These Bulletproof Fudgy Brownies look amazing. I have not tried baking with Hazelnut Flour yet. And they are “Bulletproof” because they are made with coconut oil and Instant Espresso, plus good news for our people with allergies – another dairy-free option. Yay!|
|What’s not better wrapped in bacon?! Certainly not these Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites. I think you could dress these up with fancy toothpicks and apretty serving platter, too.
So what do you think? Did we get your favorites included in this week’s best low carb recipes roundup?
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