Low Carb Recipe Index

Discussion in 'Eating Healthy' started by Rhonda, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. Rhonda

    Rhonda <marquee><font color=red>Quote of the Day: <font

    Aug 17, 1999
    This is a work in progress, and I will be adding new links to recipes as they are posted on the Eating Healthy board.

    Clink on any recipe name to go directly to that recipe!


    Italian Flatbread

    Low Carb Microwave Flax Bread

    Low Carb BreadBreakfast Foods

    Almond Coffee Cake with Crumb Topping

    Bran/Flax Muffins

    Breakfast Porridge


    Mock Danish

    Mock French Toast

    Low Carb French Toast

    Scrambled Eggs to Go

    Tinkerpixie's Breakfast Cereal

    Vanilla Flax Muffins

    Appetizers and Salads

    Artichoke & Spinach Dip

    Buffalo Chicken Dip

    Caesar Salad

    Crab and Bacon Bundles

    Cucumber with Cheese Spread

    Deviled Eggs

    Helen's "Potato" Salad

    Monterey Cheese Crisps

    Spicy Fried Mozzarella Sticks

    Spicy Sausage Balls

    Spinach Salad

    Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms

    Twice baked potatoes

    Wovenwonder's Broccoli Salad


    Fabulous Hot Cocoa


    Main Dishes


    Beef Burgundy Soup

    Broccoli Cheese Soup


    Buffalo Chicken Tenders

    Chicken Breasts stuffed with Proscuitto and Mozarella

    Crab Recipes

    Crispy Chicken Bake

    Deep Dish Pizza

    Deep Fried Chicken Tenders

    Easy Roasted Chicken

    Easy Skillet Cheeseburger

    "Fauxtato" Pancakes

    Fish Chowder

    George Forman Double Cheeseburger

    Homemade Tortillas

    Lettuce Tuna Rolls

    Pepperocini Beef - EASY

    Meat Crust Pizza

    Sherrie's Savory Burger Bun (ok this isn't a main dish by itself, but put a burger in it, and you have dinner!)

    Sour Cream Lime Chicken

    Steph's Yummy Chicken Stuff

    Thin & Crispy Pizza Crust

    Wasa Pizza

    Zucchini Lasagna

    Reuben Sandwich

    Side Dishes

    Best Salad

    Cheesy "Potatoes"

    Creamed Spinach

    Fried Okra

    Green Bean Casserole

    Mashed "Faux-tatoes"

    Peppery Turnip Fries

    Scalloped Turnips with Bleu Cheese

    Simple Sides

    Creamed Spinach


    Almond Snack Cake

    Atkins Chocolate Cake

    Beach Girl's Cheesecake

    Chocolate Chunk Cookies

    Chocolate Kisses

    Chocolate Mudslide

    Coconut Macaroons

    Creme Custard

    Fool Proof Pumpkin Cheese Cake

    German Chocolate Cake Flax Bread


    Ice Cream!

    Jello (aspartame-free)

    Peanut Butter Cookies

    Pecan Pie

    Maple Pecan Pie

    Peanut Butter Pudding

    Raspberry Swirl Brownies

    3 Minute Chocolate Cake

    Truly Decadent Chocolate Mousse

    Sauces and Dressings

    BBQ Sauce

    Cheese Sauce

    Mock Honey Mustard Sauce


    Bake Mix Recipes

    Flax Crackers
  2. RaySharpton

    RaySharpton DIS Veteran

    Oct 28, 2000
    I really like this new recipe list. It looks great. Thank you so much for putting this together, Rhonda.

    All of you moderators are doing such an outstanding job for the W.I.S.H. board.

    And don't we have a great group of W.I.S.H. helpers here that have contributed so much. Like the weekly weigh-in, recipes, and clippie info stuff, and more. I don't want to leave anyone's name out. You know who you are...lol.

    Now if I could just get back to basic low carb Atkin's Diet of 15 grams of carbs per day, instead of being addicted to these new Russel-Stover Suger Free Pecan Delight chocolate covered caramel and pecans. And the Atkin's low carb ice cream. I need to cook some of these low carb recipes, but I'm just plain lazy...lol.

    God bless, best wishes, and encouragement, RaySharpton:)
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  4. nativetxn

    nativetxn <font color=teal>Moderator<br><font color=red>Hono

    Feb 15, 2000
    We <i>do</i> have a great group on WISH, Ray.

    Now, step away from that sugar free candy. You are doing so very well. Don't stall yourself by eating too much sugar free candy.

    Thank you, Rhonda, for creating this index for us. Very helpful.
  5. SlightlyGoofy

    SlightlyGoofy <font color=green>I shall be forced to take you on

    May 5, 2001
    Here I am searching the web for the very best SBD low carb recipes and here they are, right under my nose! I am so ashamed of myself. Shoulda known that this group would have everything I want or need. No need to go elsewhere. (banging my head against the wall in shame)

    After losing over 80 pounds in 2002 I 'only' managed to maintain in 2003. Am down about 7 pounds from the first of the year and am bound and determined that this will be the year that I make my goal.

    In an effort to accomplish this I booked 11 days at DW for mid May. Figure all that walking should help. Not worried about the food as I have never gained an ounce at DW and ate any darned thing I wanted. So many wonderful distractions.

    Have to add that I have been making the Cauliflower Taters for a year or so and have come up with my own touches. I add dry ranch dressing, FF cream cheese, shredded cheeses, bacon bits, minced garlic and all sorts of seasonings. (not all at one time LOL) I have come to quite enjoy it and really cannot tell the difference anymore. So satisfying to see a big pile of white fluffy on the plate with my veggie meatloaf. Makes me feel like I am eating normal food again.

    Anyone who lives near a Ruby Tuesday might want to check it out. They have the most awesome full low carb menu, complete with appetizers, entrees, side dishes and even a low carb cheesecake (6 g). Not just a hunk of meat and soggy broccoli for me anymore! The prices were even reasonable. Hope other places follow suit.

    I will try to dig out some of my favorite recipes and post them later.

    Thank you for the work and congratulations Nativetxn. You sure are doing good and I thought you looked great when I last saw you before the diet.

    Slightly Goofy/Linda
  6. nativetxn

    nativetxn <font color=teal>Moderator<br><font color=red>Hono

    Feb 15, 2000
    Hey Linda! Would you put together a recipe for the mashed cauliflower that you make? That would be so great to add here.

    I love Ruby Tuesday but I won't eat their creamy cauliflower because it contains <b>11</b> grams of carbohydrates :earseek:
  7. SlightlyGoofy

    SlightlyGoofy <font color=green>I shall be forced to take you on

    May 5, 2001
    Hi there Katholyn, I am afraid that in my excitement over the low carb menu I did not notice the carb count of the mashed cauliflower or the creamed spinach! I just assumed they were prepared like I do at home. The cheesecake, I noticed, was only 6 carbs.

    I make my mashed cauliflower by overcooking 3 pound bags of cauliflower and draining it extremely well. I just add a bit of dry ranch dressing to mine and whip them up very well. I made my mashed potatoes with ranch dressing so it makes it taste familiar.

    I have been known to add some minced garlic or some grated cheese as well. Could add some FF cream cheese also. Bacon bits etc. I freeze the leftovers and they come out quite well. I am doing SBD so I am watching the points as well as the carbs. I have found I can eat at a higher points level on this diet than I was able on WW. I would assume that people doing the Adkin's diet could add butter.

    As far as the creamed spinach goes here is my recipe.

    1 package (10 ounces) frozen, chopped spinach, thawed
    1/4 cup heavy cream ( I use FF cream cheese)
    1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
    1 clove garlic, crushed

    I made something new tonight. I had read about Zucchini Lasagna and I made my own version of it.

    3 medium zucchini (sliced lengthwise)
    1 car of low carb sp sauce
    Lean hamburger cooked with peppers and onions and well drained

    (combine these items)
    1 container of ricotta cheese (LF)
    2 eggs
    Italian Seasonings
    Mozzarella cheese

    Paramasean Cheese

    Spray casserole dish with Pam. Put a bit of sp sauce in bottom of dish. Put in layer of zucchini, top with gr beef mixture and cheese mixture then repeat until done.

    Bake at 375 for about 30 minutes covered and then remove covering and bake another 15-30 minutes.

    I add the Paramesan cheese toward the end as I have found that you can use less cheese that way.

    I did not put exact amounts as I do not cook that way and it is all up to an individual's tastes. Think this would taste good with no meat as well.

    I do not have any calorie or carb counts but from experience I would say it is very low in either.

    It tasted very good and made about 9 huge servings. A normal person (not I) could add a salad and have a smaller serving for a very healthy, delicious and low cal meal.

    I had a dear friend die the other day and have spent most of the day on the phone talking to friends but hope to find time soon to post more recipes.

    Congratulations on how you are doing on your new eating plan.

    Slightly Goofy/Linda
  8. crespowu

    crespowu Earning My Ears

    Jul 4, 2007
    What a great collection.:goodvibes
  9. DisBoy500

    DisBoy500 Mickey Mouse Is Coming Are you Ready?

    Jul 13, 2007
    : :smickey: Whoa!..
  10. Mom2Lindsey

    Mom2Lindsey Mouseketeer

    Mar 30, 2008
    I love these
    Thanks so much

    It's low sugar/carb for me all the way
  11. Chris McPherson

    Chris McPherson Earning My Ears

    Jun 2, 2008
    I would really love to eat healthy, and most of the time I do. But I love fat and sugar too much, and they love me too.
  12. vikkymax

    vikkymax Mouseketeer

    Oct 17, 2008
    Ok thats great tell me some recipe on lambs & Some different mocktails.
  13. st225

    st225 Earning My Ears

    Nov 26, 2008
    I like to mix 100% baker's chocolate with chopped up dried fruit. There's no refined sugar but the dried fruit adds just enough sweetness.
  14. sonnesolsun

    sonnesolsun Mouseketeer

    Feb 21, 2009
    For all of you who have been before, this is my first trip to Disney...So is it possible to maintain your low-carb lifestyle while at Disney or should I just realize for seven days it's gonna be a carb overlaod situation?
  15. Faldred

    Faldred DIS Veteran

    Dec 18, 2008
    For the booze, I highly recommend The Low Carb Bartender, by Bob Skilnik.

    I'll post my favorite lamb recipe (a mustard wet rub, so to speak) in another thread for organizational purposes.
  16. tbatchelor

    tbatchelor Earning My Ears

    Dec 29, 2009
    Carbs are my downfall. I would love to try some of the low card recipes.
  17. Daltonn

    Daltonn Earning My Ears

    Apr 7, 2011
    Taste would be better..
    But don't you think that it would contain a lot of fats in it and if you are following a diet like me then would be harmful for you..
  18. neilam

    neilam Earning My Ears

    Aug 17, 2011
    Thanks for you sharing friend,.... You have share a very nice post here. I really appreciate your post and the dishes and recipes i like the most are Peanut Butter Cookies, Pecan Pie, Low Carb French Toast, Breakfast Porridge.
  19. mlb807

    mlb807 Earning My Ears

    May 25, 2012
    Thank you for this thread. I have been struggling with weight my whole life.
    I feel much better doing low carb and hope to stay motivated using this thread.

    mlb :wave2:
  20. AlexJohnson240

    AlexJohnson240 Earning My Ears

    Jun 11, 2012
    Wow! So many recipes. I tried a couple and I'm blown away, Thanks a lot!
  21. Crystal33

    Crystal33 Earning My Ears

    Sep 26, 2011
    Love your receipes, together with them and cardio exercise, success in the right weight will be possible.

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