You want fries and you want them to be healthy and low carb. I get it. So, here are some turnip fries. These do require a bit muscle to cut but they make great tasting fries. You can cook them longer to make them even more crunchy if that is your style.
Seriously, this is the real deal, delicious and grain free. Low carb and keto friendly and provide protein too. The recipe makes 6 small to medium bagels but you can make 3 regular sized bagels.
Avocados are my favorite and eggs are my usual go to breakfast most days. After you have the boiled eggs prepared or you can buy boiled eggs from Costco. Pretty much add all ingredients together and voila your breakfast is served. Enjoy this with some low carb or gluten free toast. Or better yet some cauliflower crackers.
Talk about super healthy and dairy free chocolate truffles and a TRUE crowd pleaser. These are fairly simple to make. The only down side is that if left out for too long they will get soft and melt, but fear not anyone who tries will surely indulge.
Not only is zucchini nutritious, a good source of vitamin A and rich in antioxidants, but they also make an excellent low carb alternative to spaghetti. Just a slight trick to making it without losing all the noodles during cooking.