Sloppy Joes…an oldie, but a goodie. Or if you’re from Western Maryland…Steamers…an oldie, but a goodie! Yes, out my way we call them Steamers. My grandmother used to make the best Steamers! No Manwich for her though. She would make them with plenty of ketchup – which means lot of added sugar.
I have shared a Sloppy Joe recipe before…but I consider this the new and improved version! This one has no Splenda and its served up in an “open-faced” style low-carb “sandwich.” I have even come up with two ways of serving this deliciousness up!Read More »
For this week’s recipe, I went in search of something involving pork. Boneless pork chops were on sale at the store and I had bought a large pack. I wanted to cook once on Sunday and have leftovers all week.
Looking for a quick weekday dinner that you can throw together in 30 minutes? Then my “Low Carb Broccoli Tot Sloppy Joe Casserole is for you! It’s a delicious throwback and reminds me of something I would eat when I was a kid. Of course this version is healthier then what I ate as a kid, but equally as satisfying!
I am always looking for a low-carb alternative to my favorite meals. Basically, anything with rice in it has been a struggle to find alternatives for. But, with the availability of frozen, riced cauliflower, my options have opened up quite a bit!
This time around I decided to tackle a low-carb Jambalaya. By adding extra veggies and using riced cauliflower I made a delicious, healthier version of this one-pot meal.