This delicious, low-carb coconut shrimp uses crushed up pork rinds and is fried in coconut oil and ready for anyone needing to get in all their healthy fats.
I used to only slow cook a pot roast, thinking that was the only way to get a typically tough meat to be even the slightest bit tender. Never again! Try smoking your pot roast! Take a look at that perfect crust and that perfectly cooked meat inside.
Turns out, the combo of sloppy joes and cheeseburgers is a winner! And we also found that this meal is best served with Low Carb Cheddar Garlic Biscuits. So good! Add some chopped romaine and a slather of mayo on your biscuit and this is the perfect comfort food.
Save money and get the nutrients you need to stay healthy by making your own Instant Pot Bone Broth.
This is, without a doubt, my favorite way to cook a chicken. And to be honest, I use this same method in either the oven or in the smoker (we love our Traeger). There is very minimal time and effort and the amount of flavor and food that you get from it is pretty impressive.
This low-carb broccoli cheddar soup has a wonderfully smokiness to it that really puts it over the top. If you’re not a fan of that smoky flavor, you can use regular cheddar and paprika. This is a family favorite around here and I’m sure it will be in your home too.
Nothing like a delicious salad to keep you on track. This Caesar salad recipe is just right and helps with the macro count when you’re Keto. + No anchovies.
A traditional Easter meal is centered around a large ham, usually accompanied by flaky biscuits, sweetened side dishes, and plenty of eggs. But what if you’re wanting to buck tradition in favor of easier, healthier options? I’ve got just the recipes for you. From easy Instant Pot dishes to simple sides and tasty beverages, you’ll have everything you need for a easy, delicious, healthy, and kid-friendly Easter Dinner.
39 grams of fat, 27 grams of protein and 6 (net) carbs, this Cobb salad is sure to hit the right macros for your diet. If you’re Keto you could even load more delicious (and fatty) dressing.
This Paleo Zuppa Toscana is incredibly delicious and fits nicely into your clean way of eating.
The taste and tenderness of slow cooking with the convenience of the Instant Pot. This Instant Pot Pot Roast is a family favorite and works well with any Keto or Paleo menu.
The key to making turkey, no matter how you plan on cooking it, is to brine it. This post covers the brining and smoking of the Turkey.
These Italian meatballs use a surprising ingredient to keep them grain-free.
If you’re trying to stay in Ketosis or just looking for the right Primal dinner and want to mix it up? This is your best bet. Packed with flavor.
This recipe has been on the website since 2013 and we’ve gotten emails and social messages about how it’s made the regular dinner rotation in many homes. Delicious and easy to make!