Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon canola oil1 Tablespoon parmesan cheese1 Tablespoon almond flour1/4 teaspoon xantham gum (this is the one I use)1 teaspoon french fry seasoning (I use this one)1/2 of a Jicama Tools Needed: Sharp KnifeCutting boardColanderPaper towelsMixing bowlsMeasuring spoonsBaking sheet lined with parchment paper Directions: Preheat oven to 425 degreesWash JicamaCut the ends off, slice [...]
I know a lot of you will be going to a party and potluck parties are always hard because you don’t know what will be there that you can eat. Yesterday I reviewed the garlic Parmesan chicken wings recipe from last April’s book club and today I’m talking about the grilled chicken and ranch kabobs. They’re from the same book and they’re on page 198. They have 2.6 net carbs per serving and a serving is 2 skewers.
This was one of those accidental recipes that has now become a family favorite! I asked David to get fresh spinach at the grocery store (Yes, I even wrote down how much I needed.) and he came back with the smaller bag (5.5oz). HOLY MOLY! Using less spinach created the creamiest deliciousness. This recipe takes less that 20 minutes to make and your kids or picky eaters will devour it. Trust me! Serves 4
https://videopress.com/v/Qvdf6soF?preloadContent=metadata My dress is Lilly Pulitzer https://videopress.com/v/hKEhD0bk?preloadContent=metadata Kricket's Outfit is Cecil and Lou Fried chicken was a summer staple in my house growing up. Whenever we went to the lake we got Kentucky Fried Chicken and headed out on the water. There was something about that combination that was AMAZINGLY delicious! So needless to say [...]
First I LOVE mushrooms! This recipe was delicious and so easy. Five minutes in the instant pot. This recipe is from the May Book Club pick and it's on page 79. The only change that I made was that it calls for button mushrooms and the grocery store only had portobello mushrooms. The recipe says [...]
David randomly came up with this. It’s our favorite avocado oil with ranch dressing seasoning. He threw the chicken on the grill to sear/give it some color. Then into the oven at 400 degrees for 40 minutes. Do NOT flip! We find that by NOT flipping the skin really crisps up. We have tried olive [...]