Baking the pineapple brings out its natural sweetness; combine that with salty, crispy bacon bound together with a humble stick of string cheese, and you’ve got all the makings of a fan favorite.
Sure, you can carb-count over cocktails at the next party you attend. Or you can bring a pre-counted, knock-out appetizer of your own; here are recipes for three.
Kids LOVE this fun take on what’s typically thought of as a more grown-up food. And at just 1 carb gram per roll, they can indulge in a few.
Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Celery Sticks are the perfect low-carb appetizer to bring to a party: Not only are they easy on blood sugar, but they’re bite-size (read: easy to carb count), full of delicious flavor, and require only a few ingredients.
Coconut oil, quality chocolate, and coconut sugar deliver a decadent punch — without gluten, artificial sweeteners, or a ton of carbs. When the recipe works as well as this one, you won’t miss them!
Made with coconut milk, a full half-dozen eggs, and almond flour in place of grains, this is one moist, protein-rich cake — with a mere 17 carb grams a slice.
by Brooke Wheeler, guest blogger, FingerPrickinGood.com
All of these make-ahead meals are a breeze to prepare, withstand freezing and thawing really well, and are absolutely delicious.
What’s a family with T1D and celiac disease to do when a craving for warm, cinnamon-y, carbalicious autumn baked goods strikes? Guest blogger Jewels Doskicz offers three delectable recipes.
They look gourmet, but these four-ingredient chocolate truffles are so simple to make. They tally to around 5 carb grams each — and because they’re so rich and decadent, one is often plenty satisfying.
Allowing chicken time to marinate during the freezing and thawing process really lets it fully absorb all of the great flavors in a marinade. This recipe is proof of that.