These cheesy crab bites are one of those gluten free, low carb appetizers that you’ll need to make a triple batch of. Sweet bell peppers are filled with cream cheese, bacon, and crab, then topped with crispy pork rinds and baked until golden and bubbly. Perfect for game day snacks, too!
If you’re a resolution maker who vowed to eat healthier this year, this recipe might very well be your saving grace when it comes to snacks and desserts, especially as we head into a Summer of swimsuits and picnics with fattening foods.
It can be a challenge to find a happy balance between eating right and still enjoying the indulgent foods of Summer. I always make sure to have a few healthy snacking options on hand. A tray full of healthy veggies and yogurt dip are a great way to snack without indulgence, and appetizers like deviled tuna eggs are great to have around, too. But what happens when it’s time for dessert? Well, this is what happens!
Cucumbers, Vidalia onions, and a flavorful low carb garlic lemon vinaigrette make this cucumber salad recipe a quick, easy, and healthy side dish.
This hot ‘n cheesy spinach dip with bacon recipe is the perfect party appetizer or snack. It’s easy to make and it’s low carb, too!
This recipe is my January submission for The Secret Recipe Club.
Each month,each member of the SRC is paired up with another member and is assigned to make any recipe from that blogger’s website. This month, I was assigned to make something from Famished Fish.
Famished Fish is owned and operated by Saundra. She’s a wife and mom who, like many of us, struggles to find recipes that her entire family will love. She has a picky middle child who also suffers with autism, so it can be a challenge for her.
When she makes a dish that her family loves, she shares it on her site. Kid approved recipes like this one, for the win!
Don’t miss out on this delicious recipe! Just click over to ItsYummi.com to print it out and Pin it to your appetizer board on Pinterest!
This healthy mango chicken recipe is made in the slow cooker, leaving you time to work, play, or be anywhere except standing in your kitchen over a stove top! It’s low in fat and calories, making it Weight Watcher friendly, too.
Please don’t blame me if your family starts begging you to make more slow cooker recipes. I can’t help it, gang. I’ve fallen in love with my slow cooker. It’s too stinkin’ easy to use!
This time of the year, I’m thankful for memories of family and food that I loved as a kid. For me, comfort food like my mom’s chunky applesauce and cookie recipes like these chocolate crinkles are a way for me to remember loved ones who are no longer in my life. This month, The Recipe Redux challenge is to take a favorite holiday recipe and give it a healthy makeover.
Perhaps unlike you, I grew up in a family that didn’t spend time in the kitchen baking treats. I’m not exactly sure why, but thankfully, my godmother loved to bake. Whenever I visited my godparents, there was usually a fresh batch of biscuits or a warm plate full of cookies or brownies around. Chocolate crinkle cookies were, and still are, one of my favorites, especially around the holidays. There’s something special about the chewy, chocolate loaded goodness that grabs my heart. The powdered sugar on my fingers and lips, falling down onto my clean shirt never bothers me one bit. It just makes the cookies taste that much better!