Low-carb sausage balls are perfect for breakfast or a snack. Made primarily from pork and cheese, they are about half protein and half fat, with very few carbs.
I have seen many variations of this recipe on the internet, both standard and low-carb. Keep reading “Low-Carb Sausage Balls”
Traditional breakfasts are carb-fests: cereal, toasted bread, pastries, pancakes… So low-carb breakfast is more of a challenge than other meals.
This mega round-up of the best low-carb breakfast recipes from around the web is all you need.
So that you are never out of ideas first thing in the morning. Keep reading “Low-Carb Breakfast: 30 Best Recipes”
Are your mornings hectic?
They are for most of us. Getting yourself and your family ready for a new day. So many things to organise and remember. And no spare time to cook.
Quick breakfast options like cereal or toast are pure carbs. So how about making some low-carb granola bars? Great for a quick breakfast on the go. Or perhaps a mid-morning snack with your coffee. Keep reading “Low-Carb Breakfast Bar”
Are you bored with eggs? They are the obvious choice for a low-carb breakfast. If only they were a bit less bland.
But they are low in carbs, high in protein and fat, packed with vitamins and nutrients. So let’s not give up on eggs. Let’s make them more interesting instead.
I like to think of eggs as a base for other ingredients. Kind of like rice in Chinese cuisine, or pasta in Italian (that’s remembering my pre-low-carb days, of course). Keep reading “Super-Simple Low-Carb Breakfast – Scrambled Eggs”
Do you like asparagus? Some green vegetables are boring. But not asparagus!
It has a strong and interesting taste. Its carb content is low – 3g net carbs per 100g. Serving it steamed with some butter and salt is enough to make a wonderful side dish.
The perfect time to have asparagus is now, while it is in season. Keep reading “Low-carb quiche with asparagus, goat cheese and Parma ham”
The Scotch egg is an all-time classic British recipe, beloved in its homeland. If you are not from Britain, you might find it a big baffling. But it really is a brilliant recipe. Basically, it is an egg wrapped in a sausage. Simple and clever!
It comes out as a small and perfectly portable parcel of protein and fat. Ideal for a low-carb breakfast on the go or a quick snack.
Traditional recipe calls for the breadcrumbs coating for the eggs. For a low-carb version, we just swap breadcrumbs for almond flour, or just skip this step. Keep reading “Low-Carb Scotch Eggs – a Perfectly Portable Parcel of Protein”
Low-carb breakfast recipes are always in high demand with beginners. As traditional Western breakfasts tend to be full of carbs, it can take a while to adjust to breakfasts without any bread or cereal.
Eggs in all forms, including omelettes, are an obvious choice. This recipe features mini-omelettes baked in the oven. This mini format allows you to make a batch and store them away in the fridge. They taste quite nice cold, or can be reheated in the microwave. Keep reading “Cheesy mini-omelettes”
Wondering what to have for breakfast? Low-carb frittatas and pancakes are quick and easy to make.
Have them the low-carb way by using coconut or almond flour instead of wheat flour, and bulk them up with low-carb vegetables. Keep reading “Spicy low-carb frittatas with tuna and zucchini”