- Start with bacon grease… Lots and lots of bacon grease. (If you don’t save yours, you can get some here)
One of our favorites and super easy.
Cut slits into chicken breasts
Stuff with butter and brie
Baked at 350 degree for about 35 minutes.
Reduce the cooking juices down a little in a frypan, add a dash of cream and grated Parmesan cheese then cook til thickened a little. I don’t have measurements – I kind of wing it. 🙂
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Fill pancakes with chopped or shredded chicken or pork, roll up and top with Hollandaise Sauce.
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Mix 7 cups mozzarella cheese with 7 eggs.
Spread on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
Sprinkle dried Italian seasoning on top. Bake at 450 degrees for 15 minutes.
Add your favorite toppings. I used cooked ground beef, cooked crumbled bacon and pepperoni.
Sprinkle again with Italian seasoning.
Top with cheese and bake 10 minutes more. I used a pizza blend shredded cheese which had mozzarella and cheddar.
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These can also be made in a waffle maker. They are great with butter and a side of meat. Other options; a soft taco shell, a quesadilla, or wrap, filled with meat and cheese.
2 oz cream cheese
Let the cream cheese soften before blending
Blend until smooth (I use my Bullet)
Then into a hot pan and cook like pancakes…flipping when the batter bubbles in the pan.
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Zero Carb desserts are non-optimal and not one of us veterans eat these, but for people starting out, who are craving or just need something different, Zero Carb desserts are a much better option than carb filled desserts that will derail your progress. These are a great treat for kids.
Holidays are right around the corner and notorious for throwing people off their diets. With proper planning there is no reason you can’t stay on your Zero Carb diet throughout the holiday season.
Holiday dinners typically involve a main dish of meat so that part is easy, but what about side dishes, appetizers and desserts?! If you are hosting a holiday party you can easily make ZC dishes with a few low carb sides for guests and they wouldn’t miss the high carb stuff. If you are attending a holiday party be sure to stuff yourself with as much meat as you can eat before you go to the party. That should prevent you from wanting to snack on high carb foods. You can always bring a Zero Carb appetizer to snack on so you don’t feel left out.