It's official, you don't have to give up pizza if you're cutting down on carbs! This highly-versatile, low-carb/keto and gluten-free crust recipe can be used as a base for both pizza and garlic bread. It's a miniscule 3g of carbs per serving, saving you at least 84g. And what it's made of might surprise you!
It was International Coffee Day on Sunday (1 October 2017), and that put the idea in my head to make a coffee-flavoured low-carb swap recipe. And since I also fancied some ice cream, a recipe for low-carb coffee ice cream is what I came up with! This saves you a massive 24g of carbs per serving over normal coffee ice cream. And if you're a coffee freak, be warned - it's so gorgeous that I've hardly been able to put down the spoon!
Put down those Dorritos and save shed-loads of carbs and calories with my recipe for super-tasty, low-carb/keto, gluten-free, vegan, spinach crisps! A healthy snack with potential to help lower blood pressure, prevent asthma and cancer, and improve blood sugar control and bone health.
A photo in a travel brochure inspired me to create the recipe for these luscious Low-Carb Gluten-Free Summer Berry Crème Anglaise Tarts. Similar tarts are a classic in any good French patisserie. And here's 3 low-carb recipes for the price of one - pastry, crème anglaise, and fruit glaze.
This high-protein, filling, gluten-free muffin, microwaved in a mug, is perfect to whip up if you have almost zero time, but don't want to compromise your low-carb lifestyle on-the-go.
You don't have to spiralise spaghetti squash - nature's already done it for you! It separates into noodle-like strands when cooked and scooped from its shell. It's in-season now, so learn the best way to cook it, save tons of carbs and calories over pasta, and boost your vegetable intake too.
This week's low-carb swap feature is a product review of Oomi Noodles, a fish protein-based alternative to carb-based noodles, that doesn't taste of fish!
This weeks low-carb swap of the week is the all-natural sugar substitute, Xylitol.
A recent trip to Japan got me pondering why exactly green tea is regarded as good for you. Is it better than, say, regular black tea, as many people think? Why do many Western ‘healthy’ recipes now include matcha green tea powder as an ingredient? And scientifically, does green tea’s reputation stand up to the … Continue reading Japanese Green Tea: culture, health impacts, and how to use matcha in the kitchen