Hot Chocolate Cookies with Cayenne

Happy National Creme-Filled Chocolates Day & Happy Valentine’s Day … Valentine’s Day is celebrated in many countries and is usually celebrated on February 14th in the United States. Originally, in honor of St. Valentine in Christian and Roman traditions, it has evolved into a time to celebrate romance and to offer small tokens of affection […]

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Candy Cane Sugar Cookies

Happy National Candy Cane Day! Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays … I hope everyone’s enjoying their time with family, friends & food. I know the hubs and I are having a great time enjoying all the holiday fare that we normally don’t have throughout the year. During the holidays, we’re not low carb, vegetarian, vegan, […]

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Low Carb Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Happy National Cheese Pizza Day! I realize that I’m not posting cheese pizza but how can I NOT blog about pizza on a pizza food holiday, right? Let me just start out by apologizing for the quality of these pictures. Honestly, I took these pictures months ago and fully intended to re-shoot; however, today’s food holiday […]

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Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies & Nestle Toll House Cookies

For years, we’ve been eating low carb in this household and quite happily, I thought. For the last couple of months, I’ve been baking up a storm for a number of reasons … I really enjoy baking, I would like to give homemade gifts out for the holidays and I want to be able to […]

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Simple, Lower Carb Chocolate Cake

Oh, the joys of simplicity. Sometimes, all I want is a simple, classic recipe that works. For me, that can be quite the challenge with my nutritional requirements; however, I can be quite the tenacious one. After the success of my Life Changing Low Carb Brownies, my spirit was renewed and I am now on […]

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Raisin Walnut Bran Muffins – National Raisin Day

April 30th is National Raisin Day and National Oatmeal Cookie Day. I have gone back and forth all weekend about which food holiday I should honor because who has time to make two recipes per day. Not me. Therefore, I decided to move forward with a tried and true recipe that I’ve made before. Maybe […]

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Sandwich Skewers

If you’ve read my about page, you know that I’m a diabetic and I’ve had bariatric surgery. Because of this, I try to balance a low carb diet with whole, natural, unprocessed food and a smidgen of sugar replacers, when necessary. These sandwich skewers are perfect because they’re easy, portable, low carb and real food. When […]

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Cheese Fondue Day

April 11th is National Cheese Fondue Day. With cheese being my most favorite food on the planet, this is my kind of holiday! Fondue gets its name from the French verb fondre which means “to melt”. Most cheese experts agree that fondue has its origins high in the mountains of Switzerland where cow herders melted […]

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Chick ‘n’ Cheese

This recipe is inspired from an old American classic, Mac and Cheese, by Kelly Mulcair from Inspired Edibles. Just wait until you try this. This recipe is deceptively simple with only three ingredients and loaded with flavor. View the original Chickpeas and Cheese Recipe or continue reading on to see my take on this dish: 3 […]

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My Favorite Recipes from World According to Eggface

Anyone following a lower carb diet or one who has considered (or had) bariatric surgery knows about Shelly’s blog, World According to Eggface. If you’ve never heard of Shelly then let me take this moment to introduce you to Michelle “Shelly” Vicari and her fabulous blog, The World According To Eggface. Shelly’s about me section […]

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Sugar Free Chocolate Pecan Torte

Oh my gosh, just wait until you try this over-the-top dessert. This recipe is probably one of the easisest I’ve ever made and the results are stunning every time. Extremely low carb and very diabetic friendly. You’ll make this again and again. •2 cups pecans (I use hazelnuts) •1/3 cup cocoa •1 t baking powder […]

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