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 »
Looking for a dish to take to your next cookout, family reunion, or get together this summer? I’ve got you covered. My friend Melissa made Cauliflower Tabbouleh this weekend for a cookout we had and it was a hit! I just had to have her share the recipe so I could share it with all of you!
This tabbouleh is light and perfect for a hot summer day. Plus, it’s super healthy! Works as a great alternative for potato or macaroni salad. And, it would be perfect for an Ideal Protein Phase 1 lunch!
Here is another recipe that works great for meal prep! It hits all the marks – it’s a good source of protein, has plenty of veggies, there is minimal cleanup, and it only takes 30 minutes! My Old Bay Shrimp and Veggie Foil Packs!
Rutabaga Fries…the Ideal Protein followers friend/enemy! Rutabaga is a vegetable you probably had never heard of before starting a low carb protocol! Then, once you figured out what it was you tried your hardest to make them into the french fries you love!
Well, I have done all the work for you! After many rounds of rutabaga fries – good and bad…really bad 🙂 – I have finally found the recipe that works best!