25 Deliciously Healthy Low-Carb Recipes from August 2014
Twenty-Five Deliciously Healthy Low-Carb Recipes from August 2014, from Kalyn’s Kitchen and my favorite blogs. Use the Diet-Type Index to find more recipes like these.
When I announced the plan to change my monthly round-up
so it was not strictly South Beach and more inclusive of other types of low-carb eating plans, I wasn’t sure how people would like it. But now I’m excited and encouraged about the change because last month’s low-carb round-up
has been seen by nearly four times as many people as usual, and people are still using it every day. And expanding the low-carb options and sharing 25 Deliciously Healthy Low-Carb Recipes
has been a fun change for me too; this month I discovered a couple of new-to-me blogs that are being featured in this round-up. If you’re someone who’s making lower-carb eating choices whatever the reason, I hope you’ll find at least a couple of new recipe ideas here.
Creamed Kale and Eggs
from Deliciously Organic. (Low-Carb, Gluten-Free. If made with coconut oil and coconut milk: Paleo, Whole 30. This is high in fat for official guidelines for South Beach Phase One, but I would eat it for an occasional treat.)
Creamy BLT Zucchini Pasta
from Inspiralized. (Low-Carb, Gluten-Free. Bacon is not included in official guidelines for South Beach Phase One, but I would eat this for an occasional treat.)
Grilled Zucchini Boat Tacos
from Apron Strings. (Low-Carb, Gluten-Free, South Beach Phase One. Leave off the cheese and this can be Paleo, Whole 30)
(This post originally had 25 recipes but I removed one because I kept getting warnings from my virus protection from that site.)
More Deliciously Healthy Food:
(For more than 5 years I also did monthly recipe round-ups focused on South Beach Diet Phase One Recipes. If you’re interested in lower-carb and grain free eating, check out the index page for my Monthly South Beach Diet Phase One Round-ups.)
Info for Other Bloggers:
For the monthly round-ups I don’t share recipes that are sponsored posts or where the actual recipe isn’t located on the blogger’s own site. I don’t accept submissions for these round-ups, but if you have a blog that focuses on this type of recipe, you’re welcome to send me an e-mail and I might start following your blog!