Low Carb Onion Rings

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I've had this huge bag of coconut flour sitting in my pantry for what seems like forever. Got a huge bag of it at Sam's Club.  Finally getting around to trying out some recipes with it. Coconut flour is a great subsitute for regular flour when trying to eat low carb. That and almond flour. It's great for coating food like onions or other vegetables. The Big Game is coming up soon, and if you have any friends or relatives that are on low carb diets these would be great to make for them. ...

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One Skillet Pork Chops and Apples

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Apples and Pork Chops cooked together in one skillet and topped with pecans and maple syrup! Hardly no clean up necessary.      This is going to be your new favorite dish for pork chops! Sautted apples with brown sugar and pecans  on top of a nicely golden brown pork chops. It's the perfect low carb meal served with a side of vegetables such as broccoli and great for Fall. Pork chops take no time to cook, about 4-5 minutes per side depending on how thick they are. Mine were about an ...

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Individual Microwave Apple Crisp

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    Individual Microwave Apple Crisp is ready in less than 10 minutes and tastes just like the apple crisp you would bake for hours on end in the oven! I have absolutely fallen in love with this idea for a couple of reasons. 1. I don't have to bake a whole 9X13 casserole dish full of apple crisp. It would be a lot to eat for just one person. 2. The flavors are pretty amazing, tastes just like apple crisp and it's only for one person. 3. I could eat this apple crisp for b ...

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Creamy Alfredo with Bacon and Peas

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Bacon, peas, and pasta in a hot tub full of creamy bacon-y alfredo sauce. That's whats for dinner tonight folks. Drop your dinner plans today, go to the grocery store, and get all the ingredients to make this now. Or.... you could always just go tomorrow and get the ingredients. It's almost 7pm here, and by now I would assume most people would have eaten already. This is one of the most amazing alfredo sauces I've had in awhile. Why? Because the alfredo sauce is cooked in leftover bacon that ...

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Thai Chicken

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I'm sorry I haven't been posting a lot lately. Next week I'm going on vacation for a whole week and my goal is to post a new recipe each day for you. This chicken recipe is pretty tasty and I'm always looking for different ways to flavor up chicken. If you love Thai food then you will definitely like this chicken. It is so easy to make.. Just cook some chicken breasts in a pan. Remove the chicken after it is cooked and sautee the garlic and ginger mixture. To save some time, I always buy the ...

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Crock Pot Teriyaki Chicken

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It's a snow day here! I've been super lazy too.... With snow days comes lazy meals. Lazy as in crock pot meals. If you were really lazy like me, you could just buy a whole bottle of teriyaki sauce at the grocery store and just dump that into the crock pot with some chicken. I almost wish I would have done that too. This sauce wasn't very thick when the chicken broth was added. It cooked down in the crock pot a little but not to the consistency I would have liked it. If I make this again ...

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Chipotle inspired Rice Bowls

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  I was finally able to make it to Chipotle after I've heard my brother talking about it for years. After I told him that I went there, he said to me "Welcome to the real world." The real world is obviously a restaurant where you stuff your face with burritos about the side of your head. It was really good and everything, but I didn't care for the portion sizes. I liked the flavor combinations of everything, it was just too much for me to eat. I made my own Chipotle inspired meal and ...

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Weight Watchers – Chicken Ranch Pasta

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I love rotisserie chickens! There's a grocery store where I live, and you can get 2 of them for only $10.00. I think that's a steal. I like using them to make easy recipes like this Chicken Ranch Pasta. The chicken is already cooked, so all I had to do was make the sauce and boil the noodles. Super simple. I was really tempted to put this pasta in a casserole dish and make it into a mac and cheese casserole, but the sauce was super yummy I didn't want to wait any longer to eat it. I tried ...

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