This recipe is for P2, or if you are on the Mix It Up Experiment, it can be for Stage 1 or 3 (add sour cream) … it’s a variation of the recipe for Taco Salad.
Salads are one of my mainstays while on P2 … they are so portable … don’t need any heating up, and you can make it ahead of time (night before) and throw it in a cooler when you are ready to go.
I have gotten into the habit lately of chopping a lot of salad veggies and […]
Ok, before you say anything, when you look at the picture, please forgive the fact that I forgot to add the apples before I took the picture. Let’s just say when I realized it, it was too late, so I just ate the apple on the side.
But on the serious side, this salad is super easy, and it’s good warm or cold. And it’s one of those things you can make ahead of time. What I do is make a bunch of my Asian dressing, and marinate chicken and beef in 3.5-4 ounce serving sizes with 1 tbsp of my […]
When it’s cold, what is better than a cup of soup?
Better yet, a SPICY cup of soup.
It just warms you from the inside out.
Just because you are on P2 does not mean you have to suffer with plain and bland foods. Kick them up a notch (or two) by using spices!
Be careful however, spices do have calories, and when you are dealing with a limited amount of calories during the day, they can add up quite quickly.
Did you know that as long as the serving size listed on a label has less than five calories that the company can legally […]
They are all over the place come January.
You need something simple, and legal, yet delicious to take so that you don’t go backwards on all the progress you made during the proceeding weeks getting all that holiday weight back off.
But seriously. This stuff is good. Very simple to make, very tasty, and if you don’t make a double recipe, you are going to be very sorry because you will have nothing left for yourself. HA!
I seriously love me some of those mini peppers, and I find the sweet crunch of the peppers blends nicely with the salty and creaminess […]
I love high fat, did I ever mention this?
This was so super simple to make, from start to finish it was around 20 minutes. And as it was cooking my daughter was like, Mom, what smells so good? Guess who got the only serving I made that day?
This debunks the theory that you can’t have much veggies while on a true ketogenic diet, or you can’t put yourself into nutritional ketosis with veggies. I say, bah humbug. Don’t ever tell me you can’t do something.
I do have to admit however, that this is awfully GREEN – it needs some color, […]
In case you haven’t noticed, this week’s recipes are about cabbage and apples. I had a plethora of both that I needed to use up.
The original of this recipe was to be made with bacon instead of chicken. I opted to try it with chicken, modifying some of the ingredients.
In retrospect, I think it would be better with the bacon, although with the chicken it was most tasty!
As I was enjoying it for lunch, something came to me … it was a memory of a scene from The Brady Bunch […]
Like I mentioned last week, I am on a pound a day of raw kick. I know this is a stupid time of year for it, because in most places, it’s cold.
There is never any rhyme or reason for what I do, when I do it. HA!
I have been scouring my archives, and the internet to find recipes that enable me to get this in with no muss, no fuss.
This recipe calls for 2 cups of cabbage, the weight on that is about 5 oz, then for the apple, which mine was about 5 oz – so for just one […]
On P2, there is no other better meal.
It’s filling. It’s easy. It’s delish.
And curry? Let’s not forget about the delish factor of this spice. However, I do have to concede that people either hate it or love it. My ex-husband totally hated it and couldn’t stand the smell so I never used it in the house. If I wanted curry anything, I had to go elsewhere. ::giggle::
This makes an unruly amount of soup. It can actually be split into two servings, so you can eat one half for lunch, and then the other half for a mid-afternoon snack. HA!
Curry Chicken […]