These low-carb nachos use zucchini slices in place of tortilla chips and ground chicken instead of beef as a healthier alternative to traditional nachos. Ground turkey also works well. You'll never miss the chips! Feel free to use your favorite toppings.
For people that are gluten-intolerant, low-carb, paleo, or whatever, it can be hard to go without pizza. This dish makes it a lot easier. It is made pretty much exactly the same as pizza, but with ground beef as the crust. Sounds weird at first, but it is absolutely delicious and very filling. This is something great to make ahead of time and then eat as leftovers later on. It's great hot or cold, just like pizza! I find that if you make 6 square slices, each slice is usually more than enough to fill you up. Feel free to add whatever toppings you normally eat on pizza. It will taste just as good!
Southwest Egg and Cheese Boats
The filling only needs a couple minutes to assemble, and the result is a flavor-packed hot sandwich that works as part of a casual brunch or weeknight meal.
Grilled Salmon Radicchio Wraps
This is a healthy recipe with Omega-3 from the salmon and Greek yogurt and lycopene from the radicchio, tomatoes, and red bell peppers. Radicchio is also high in antioxidants.
Laura's Breadless Fried Egg Sandwich
Crispy bacon and Cheddar cheese are stuffed between 2 fried eggs in this recipe. So simple and delicious!
No-Cook Chicken Lettuce Wraps
These Asian-inspired chicken lettuce wraps are great for summer nights, refreshing, and require no cooking!
Juicy Roasted Chicken
My grandmother's recipe for roasted chicken. We are German and she used to do it this way all the time. I never have had a chicken this juicy before; this little trick works and makes the people eating it go silent. It's funny. We nibble on the celery after.
Oven-Roasted Turkey Breast
Easy to make, great for dinner, leftovers and sandwiches. Adapted for our 2-person household from larger recipes for larger families with larger appetites.
Juicy Thanksgiving Turkey
My grandmother and mother passed this recipe on to me. It changes just a little every year, because we've never written it down before. But it is always incredibly juicy and succulent!
Turkey in a Smoker
This is a great recipe for smoked turkey. A barbecue grill is nearly impossible to cook a large bird. A smoker is best for this. I prefer hickory chips or hickory wood. Hickory generates a more even smokiness than other woods, and it does not matter whether the wood is green or seasoned. Mesquite, if not well seasoned, will generate a creosote type coating because of the sap that oozes out of the wood while cooking.