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    Posted: Jul 18 2014 at 8:39pm
Loaded “Potato” Casserole
by Peggy


Who doesn't like a loaded baked potato? This is the low-carber's version, with meat added for a complete meal! Not such a pretty dish; but a very tasty dish!   I had a leek on hand so I just used that, but green onion is traditional on a loaded baked potato. This goes together fast and was truly delicious. Makes a big casserole that will swerve 6 hungry adults. :) This dish is suitable for all phases of Atkins, Keto diets and those Primal folks that eat occasional dairy.


INGREDIENTS:

½ large head cauliflower, cut into medium chunks

4 oz. bacon ends (or lean bacon), chopped

1½ c. green onion (or leek), chopped

1 lb. ground beef or pork (I used 90% lean grass-fed beef),

2 oz. cream cheese

½ c. sour cream

1/8 tsp. coarse black pepper

2 c. shredded cheddar cheese

DIRECTIONS: Steam or boil cauliflower until almost fully tender, but not quite. Drain well. Preheat oven to 350º. While the cauliflower is cooking, in a large skillet or wok, brown the bacon. Add the green onion or leek and saute until tender. Add black pepper and mix in well. Salt won't be needed with bacon and this much cheese. :) Add ground beef, breaking apart and stirring as it browns. Add cream cheese, stirring to allow it to melt and disperse into the mixture. Add sour cream and blend well. Top with grated cheese and pop into preheated 350º oven for 20-30 minutes to allow flavors to blend and cheese to melt. Serve at once with a lovely green salad or green veggie of your choice.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 6 servings, each contains:

465 calories

37 g fat

8.68 g carbs, 2.41 g fiber, 6.27 g NET CARBS

26.6 g protein

676 mg sodium
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Originally posted by JaceDummy JaceDummy wrote:

Someone catch me up. I've been on the HCG diet and I quit. Now I am gaining back everything I lost quickly. Where's the book? I need  a quick cheap way to begin this diet. I can have oil??? 


Which book are you asking about ?

If it's Atkins, you can check Amazon for Dr Aikins New Diet Revolution.

It is Low Carb, Moderate Protein, and High Fat.

They have a wonderful Forum at Atkins.Com.

You can also google Linda's Low Carb Recipes.
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Someone catch me up. I've been on the HCG diet and I quit. Now I am gaining back everything I lost quickly. Where's the book? I need  a quick cheap way to begin this diet. I can have oil??? 
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Asian Chicken Salad with Peanut Dressing
by Peggy (Buttoni)



I love this recipe in the summertime! It's so easy to prepare and simply DELICIOUS! Best of all, no oven required to heat up your kitchen. Summertime in Texas forces us to think about such things. We're already averaging 92º daily! Lord what will July and August be like this year? I don't mind doing a quick skillet sear, but don't want to turn that oven on to much in summer.   And since I'm not eating sandwiches much these days, this salad is just perfect and suitable for all phases of Atkins and Keto diets as well.

INGREDIENTS:

1 large chicken breast, skinned (8 oz.)

1 T. butter

2 T. lime juice

2 T. rice vinegar

1 T. olive oil

1 tsp. sesame oil

1 tsp. hot sesame oil (or 1/8 tsp. Sambal Oelek chili sauce, or Sriracha)

2 drops liquid stevia

1/2 tsp. low-sodium soy sauce, tamari or coconut aminos

1 T. peanut butter

4 c. Napa cabbage, shredded

½ c. fresh cilantro, chopped

2 large green onions, chopped

½ carrot (5") shredded with a carrot peeler

1 fresh jalapeno, seeded, sliced in thin strips 1" long

DIRECTIONS:

Slice chicken diagonally into smaller pieces for quickest cooking. Heat butter in skillet and sear chicken well on all sides. Remove and slightly cool. Slice into smaller slices if desired.

For the dressing, whisk the next 8 ingredients together in a small bowl and set aside for flavors to develop.

In a large bowl or on your cutting board, shred cabbage and place in large bowl. Add grated carrot, cilantro, green onion and chopped jalapeno. Toss well and plate greens equally on two plates. Top each with half the chicken meat. Provide dressing in individual cups on the plate for each person to add as they please.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 2 large servings, each contains:

450 calories

25.5 g fat

10.2 g carbs, 3.35 g fiber, 6.85 g NET CARBS

39.5 g protein

632 mg sodium
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I am right now enjoying one of these Microwave Miracles with Cream Cheese
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Originally posted by Phattygyrl Phattygyrl wrote:

Did u eat this while on Induction?




Yes

Flax is mostly fiber. Everything else is Induction friendly.
If you like/crave breads, this is a great substitute.
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Did u eat this while on Induction?
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Originally posted by Phattygyrl Phattygyrl wrote:

^^^^That sounds awesome Benni! I've been so scared to try different recipes because I'm so scared of hidden carbs & messing up.I tend to stick to the basic foods & get so burned out. I'm going to try a different recipe & pray I don't stall. Thanks so much for sharing!!!!





This is very good

I used to have I daily when I did Atkins previously.

Woke up craving a MIM this morning, but did not have Baking Powder

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^^^^That sounds awesome Benni! I've been so scared to try different recipes because I'm so scared of hidden carbs & messing up.I tend to stick to the basic foods & get so burned out. I'm going to try a different recipe & pray I don't stall. Thanks so much for sharing!!!!
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