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    Low Carb recipes?

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    Does anyone want to share any low carb recipes?
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    When I get home, I got tons!!!!!
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    Oh you rock Heidi
    I never realized how many carbs I eat a day until this weekend when I started keeping track.
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    Carbs, are in just about everything and they are my BIGGEST weekness
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    Oh if it's crunchy, or bread or any sort I'm all over it. My snacks are always Cheerio's, pretzels, or rice cakes ALL major no no's when watching your carb intake.
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    oh i need to get away from those again myself but they are just to damn addicting LOL but they are so bad for me too.


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    Carbs are my weakness too


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    For help with the crunch factor, lots of broc, carrots, and cucumber helped me.

    They also have veggie "chips" in the store.. they are really good too, b/c they are seasoned the same way chips are!

    Also try these Parmesean chips, they are so easy, and soooooo good! I make them even when I am not LC dieting!

    Spray a cookie sheet w/cooking spray and wipe excess off with paper towel.
    Place 2 tablespoons of parmesan cheese on cookie sheet as you would if baking
    cookies. Pat down to shape of a circle. Place in preheated 400 degree oven
    for exactly five minutes. Remove from oven and let cool for 5 minutes, remove
    from sheet.
    These cheese chips will stay fresh for days in plastic baggie and have no
    carbs.
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    “Breaded” Chicken Cutlet with Spinach Saute

    Breading:
    2 cups pork rinds
    1 cup parmesan cheese
    1 tbsp. Italian seasoning
    1 tbsp. flat leaf parsley
    1 tbsp. Garlic powder

    Place pork rinds into food processor and grind to a fine texture. Add parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning, flat leaf parsley and garlic powder to pork rinds and pulse until thoroughly mixed.

    Chicken:
    6 boneless chicken breast (approx. 6-8 oz.)
    1/2 cup soy flower
    4 eggs
    4 tbsp. Olive oil

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Trim and pound chicken breast. Coat each breast with approximately 1 tbsp. of soy flour. Shake off excess flour. Beat eggs in large bowl and coat chicken breast with egg then with the pork rind mixture. Make sure to press the chicken breast into the crumb mixtures. Heat seasoned cast iron pan over medium heat. Add enough olive oil to cover the bottom of the pan 1/4 inch. Fry cutlets in oil until golden brown on each side, approximately 4-5 minutes. Place cutlets in 325 degree oven and finish approximately 8-10 min. Top with Spinach Sauté (recipe below) and one ounce of shaved parmesan.

    Spinach Sauté:
    1 - 10 oz. bag fresh spinach, cleaned and stems picked
    3 cloves garlic, sliced
    1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes
    1/4 cup olive oil
    2 tbsp. White wine
    4 oz. shaved parmesan cheese

    Heat oil in 12″ saute pan over medium heat. Add garlic and cook until soft. Immediately add clean spinach and turn off heat. Add wine and cover with lid. Serve warm on top of low carb chicken cutlet and top with shaved parmesan cheese.

    Breaded Chicken Cutlet: 6 servings - 8 net carbs per serving
    Spinach Saute: 4 servings - 7.3 net carbs per serving


    I tried the chicken with out the flour ( I was to lazy to go buy some ) and it was so good

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