Broccoli Casserole and easy Chicken baked in a cast iron skillet. This tasty and easy keto dinner comes in 25 minutes or less. Rich and hearty and only 6g total carbs. I don’t think I craved casseroles the way this winter I am craving them. And this creamy, cheesy (and simple!) Chicken Broccoli...
Homemade chocolate syrup which ’s sugar free and keto friendly – this stuff is pure chocolate bliss and it remains pourable! This easy keto chocolate sauce is the perfect dessert topper and takes just 15 minutes to create. Drizzle it on your favorite low carb ice cream, or stir into your favorite beverages for chocolate milk! ...
Shou-Ching and I'm delighted to announce that the long-awaited German edition of Perfect Health Diet is going to be released on April 11, and is now available for purchase! Here is the cover: Buy from Amazon.de: We’re very grateful to Thieme …
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So True. Everything might actually be better with bacon. I don't know about that one, but I do know that some bacon will make my hubby eat things he would otherwise turn his nose up to. Butter will not do the trick. Neither will cheese. But add bacon and brats? You've got a hubby pleaser!
The bacon flavor comes double--even triple-- in this recipe. First of All, is the wonderful flavor of the Johnsonville Brats--the Cheddar and Bacon Brat. Gluten free too. These are super tasty.
Another lazy thing I do is to cook my skillet in the pressure cooker. So easy to manage. I like the texture also. I cut mine in half, scoop out the pulp and seeds, and then pressure steam (with a cup of water at the foundation ) for 12 minutes. This is a bit undercooked--perfect because we'll be baking again once we have that yummy sausage filling.
NOTE (8/7/2018): I've edited this article, initially written/published 5/5/2011, to omit the no more applicable back story and broken links. I had referred to a discussion on Jimmy Moore's now-long-defunct LLVLC Discussion Board that made me aware of the Eades' post discussed.
SUMMARY: Fat from the blood following a fatty meal is almost entirely due to the fat in the meal.