There are hundreds of low carb recipes out there for you to enjoy. You don’t have to be a professional chef to enjoy these meals and you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars either.
You just need the right ingredients and keep them fresh. So, planning your next low carb menu? Try these meals out.
Eggs and Veggies in Coconut Oil
For this one, you can get creative. Eggs and vegetables cooked in coconut oil is a great low carb meal for breakfast and snacks. You can eat it throughout the day as well. You get all the nutrients from an egg, vegetables, and to top if all of the coconut oil for energy and good cholesterol.
The recipe includes eggs, spinach, tomatoes, green beans, and coconut oil. Make sure to spice it properly. Again, you can get creative with this one because you can add your choice of vegetables.
Many people add more than 5 vegetables, so the light meal turns into something more. But, make sure to choose vegetables that are low on carbs.
Bang Bang Cauliflower
Most people assume this meal is chicken nuggets. It’s not. Bang Bang Cauliflower has a little kick in it. All you have to do is cook cauliflower and add something spicy. The number 1 choice to spice it up is of course sriracha.
The recipe includes olive oil, lime juice, sweet chilli sauce, garlic, cilantro, and of course cauliflower. Just from reading the ingredients, you get the idea on how to cook this dish. Make sure to go easy on the sriracha if you want a mild spicy level.
Again, get the spices right and make sure to chop that cilantro for that extra flavour. Bodybuilders have this dish as a snack throughout the day, especially before and after hitting the gym.
Tofu scramble is so simple to cook that even little kids can do it, with adult supervision of course. Tofu scramble is a vegan dish made of tofu, nutritional yeast, almond milk (unsweetened), chives (fresh), and turmeric.
The first step is to cut up the tofu in smaller cube-like pieces. Don’t cut them too small or they will break apart when cooking. Put those in a non-stick frying pan over medium heat. Next ingredients will be the turmeric and the yeast. Mix the two up and stir gently and make sure to take your time.
Then add the almond milk and let everything simmer for 10 minutes. Make sure the tofu becomes slightly creamy. Then add the spices. Simple, right?
So, are you ready to give these meals a try? All three can be done under an hour. You can cook with your loved ones and friends. It is going to be great quality time and not to mention healthy.
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