It’s getting colder outside, which means comfort food! I personally love chicken pot pies. The starchy pie crust and creamy filling can add a lot of extra calories and fat. This leaves me feeling weighed down. I stumbled onto this great cauliflower chicken pot pie recipe on Pinterest. With a few minor changes this recipe is now bariatric-friendly. These little things are delicious AND cute! Check out the recipe below to make your own cauliflower chicken pot pies.
Recipe creating can be intimidating. Especially if you have never had this particular food. That’s how I felt making roasted cornish hens. I have never had a cornish hen so my frame of reference for spices was nil. However, I must say, this recipe for roasted cornish hens was phenomenal! It will be a great addition to your Thanksgiving menu. Especially for you postop people whose portion is smaller— a cornish hen is much smaller than a turkey with the same kind of flair.
Roasted cornish hens cook much faster and require little attention once in the oven. Follow these easy steps…
Pumpkin Pie is a classic holiday menu staple. But traditional pies are loaded with sugar and carbohydrates. This version of Crustless Pumpkin Pie uses Splenda instead of sugar and is made without a crust to reduce carbohydrates. You still get to enjoy the rich custard-like filling without any of the guilt.
Add this crustless pumpkin pie to your Thanksgiving menu this year for a great treat!
A holiday meal is hardly complete without stuffing, but traditional bread or rice based stuffing varieties are loaded with carbohydrates. But don’t fret, because Cauliflower has stepped up in the world to become a low-carb powerhouse.
Cauliflower has become very popular as a substitute for rice, potatoes, and bread-based dishes.
Give this Cauliflower Stuffing a try during this holiday season for a great low-carb stuffing substitute.
Try these other Thanksgiving recipes this year including Roasted Chicken Legs!
Sometimes a full turkey is just too much. Using chicken legs or turkey legs in place of an entire bird is a great option for smaller families that don’t need such a large portion. Another benefit of using just the legs instead of the whole bird is that you don’t need to spend hours watching the oven and basting the turkey. This is a great way to make a smaller portion and save you time to spend with your family instead of in the kitchen!
Enjoy this recipe for roasted chicken legs this year.
Look for more recipes in our Thanksgiving Menu coming soon!
These deviled pork chops are nothing to be scared of. In fact, they might be down right heavenly. One thing I love about these deviled pork chops is that you make them in the broiler. I love how quickly things cook in the broiler and the flavor you get from it. Now, I don’t use my broiler often, especially during the hotter months, because it makes my kitchen feel like I’m standing on the face of the sun. But the broiling time is short so it isn’t too terrible. Try out these deviled pork chops for a delicious meal that is ready in less than 20 minutes!
Italian food tops my favorite foods list. But it is not necessarily one of the healthier foods to love. So what do I do when a pasta craving strikes?! Well in a perfect world, I would be able to go to my favorite Italian restaurant and order a big plate of fettuccine alfredo and not gain an ounce or feel the affects of pasta cravings for days. But alas, this world is not perfect, nor am I. So I must make lemonade out of lemons- eeerrr or maybe spaghetti pie out of spaghetti squash is a more fitting analogy? Anyway, that’s what we are doing today. Spaghetti Pie from spaghetti squash. So pretty and so very delicious.
I’m in a hurry. You’re in a hurry. We are ALL in a hurry most of the time. Especially in the middle of the day. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve had a patient tell me, “I need a lunch that is quick and convenient. Can you help me?” And my answer is, Yes! There are so many different meals that you can do in a time crunch. One of my favorites? Tuna salad.
- With the High Protein Pretzel Twists from the WeightWise store. Find them here!
- Rolled up in a Savoy Cabbage Leaf.
- On top of a red and green leaf salad.
This quick and convenient lunch can be done up in so many ways! What is your favorite??
Do you ever feel like if you have to eat the same old salad again you might just keel over? Yep, me too. An Antipasto Salad is your ticket to something different.
Food fatigue is a quick way to get off track with your eating plan. So mix it up a bit when you can! Get re-excited (excited again?) about your food! This FANTASTIC antipasto salad is just the change of pace you might need…
You can put this together one evening for grab ‘n go lunches during the week. Or maybe even use it for a cookout/pot luck. One thing is for sure…my salad life just got a little bit better!