Here are some delectable dishes from myself and 7 other bloggers who I have been following for the past couple of years. You can trust that these recipes will be a hit at your dinner table, as these talented bloggers have reputations for creating some of the best recipes in the low carb blogosphere. Let’s get to the menu!
It starts with making your own flavored coffee creamer in your crock pot. Coffee creamers make it so easy to prepare fancy flavored coffee as you’re running (or in my case, doing that awkward fast walk to avoid spilling) out the door. Just pour n’ go!
The best part about making your lattes at home is that you can control the sugar. The recipe below is low carb, sugar-free, and can even be made vegan and paleo.
So, how can we make a coffee creamer that tastes like pumpkin without any chunkiness from the pumpkin puree? I’ll show you how!
The fiery hues of fall have painted the trees of Atlanta, transforming ordinary backyards into magical landscapes!
Why are color changing leaves so enchanting to a 25 year old? They’re a novelty for someone who spent the better part of her youth surrounded by the monochromatic tropical evergreens of Southwest Florida.
Slathered with Pumpkin Apple Butter, which tastes like a cross between pumpkin pie and apple pie, these biscuits will satisfy the fiercest of carb cravings.
Sugar-Free Pumpkin Apple Butter make your house smell the best it’s ever smelled, getting you in the mood for pumpkin spice lattes and color changing leaves and knit scarves and all of the other seasonal accoutrements taking over storefronts and Pinterest.
UPDATE: The giveaway is closed now, and the winners have been picked. Check your email to see if you’ve been selected for one of the NuNaturals stevia prize packages!
Do you remember eating peanut butter n’ banana sandwiches as a kid?
Earlier this month, I received a request from a reader, Deb, to create a healthier version of the highly addictive, seasonal candy that is the Reese’s egg. Knowing there are many low carb eaters out there who face the temptation to hoard these candies every Easter, I was determined to create a healthier alternative. It would be dairy-free, soy-free, and paleo for my primal peeps and allergen-averse readers.
Doilies are works of art, aren’t they? I see them as small, papery miracles. They make any food visually appealing. They make you feel like you have some sort of “eye” for decorating. They come in classic white, or SHINY!!! I’m a firm believer in their ability to make everything better. Except break-ups. Only Ben and Jerry’s… er, HOMEMADE SUGAR-FREE CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM can help those.
This festive candy is made with a smooth and sweet chocolate base that contains no milk, but all of the richness of traditional milk chocolate bark. This candy bark is one for your Christmas cookbook.
Healthier Pop Tarts! Say what?!
It’s the breakfast I used to fantasize about as a little kid, walking hand-in-hand with my mom in the grocery store. She would always lovingly shoo me away from the sugary cereals and snacks, so these pre-packaged frosted hand pies were a rare treat for me.
Until college. Then, anything was game! Ever heard of the freshman
15 30? Yeah, that totally happened to me. Pop Tarts helped make it happen. That’s why I decided to give a Healthy Indulgences make over to Kellogg’s best selling junk food-for-breakfast product. My low carb version of the iconic pastry is gluten-free, no sugar added, and equally yummy!
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