Recipes Archive

Low carb breakfast recipes


I believe many people struggle with the breakfast. My two favorites are:

Mixed platter with avocado, cucumber, ham or any other kind of meat, eggs mashed in butter or coconut oil, etc.

Greek yogurt (plain, organic, 10 % fat) with berries, mixed nuts (walnuts, Brazil nuts, almonds, hazelnuts pecans), small amounts of seeds (pumpkin and sunflower seeds), and coconut flakes.

Some people prefer only Bulletproof coffee as breakfast and if you are not hungry or don’t give yourself time to eat breakfast, perhaps it’s a good choice, but personally I prefer proper food with more nutrients.

Here you have some more breakfast recipes from Authority Nutrition. However, you will want to skip fruit, syrup and honey! Small amounts of berries should be enough, if they won’t give you cravings.

I know that eggs are a favorite for many but don’t eat eggs every day. Three to four times a week is enough, because it is very easy to become allergic to eggs if you are eating them every day. Try to have three to four different breakfast dishes to choose from.

If you still don’t know how to think about low carb eating, you can always repeat 10 times ;-)

“Low-fat foods, sugar, and grains make me fat. 
High-fat foods make me thin.”

According to Gallup it’s a long way to go.

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Swedish Breakfast Buns (gluten free, low carb)


Last weekend I made these super easy, gluten free breakfast buns. So good! In fact one of the best recipes I have tried. I did mine “big” with butter, cheese, ham, cucumber, and bell pepper.

Authority Nutrition has done this fabulous gathering of gluten free low carb, bread recipes. So, the ones above are the Swedish Breakfast buns and next time I will try the Flatbread.

So, why use coconut flour and almond flour instead of all-purpose gluten free flour? Because the all purpose flour is not low carb and very often can spike your blood sugar levels very high, exactly as most of the gluten free products in a grocery store.

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Cauliflower “rice”

In the previous post My Big Fat Diet they ate a lot of cauliflower and to be perfectly honest I love cauliflower as well.

Be careful and try not to eat too much raw cauliflower though, or raw green cabbage, broccoli etc., if you have thyroid problems. Heat them up! (Google Goitrogens and read more about it).

Here you have a video about making cauliflower “rice.”

Read what Dr. Mercola has to say about the health benefits of cauliflower.

If you want mashed cauliflower just add some more butter and/or cheese and/or heavy whipping cream.

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Chocolate lovers candy


If you love chocolate, as I do, I think you will like these delicious chocolate candies. It´s super easy, and it takes only 10 minutes to make them. (more…)

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What’s for dinner: A Mexican buffet!


This is my children’s favorite meal; a super easy Mexican Buffet. Here are some suggestions:

  • Bowl 1 – Green cabbage and lettuce.
  • Bowl 2 – Red onion.
  • Bowl 3 – Cucumber.
  • Bowl 4 – Bell peppers.
  • Bowl 5 – Cheese (grate yourself).
  • Bowl 6 – Crème Fraiche or Sour Cream with pressed garlic and salt.
  • Bowl 7 – Tomatoes.
  • Bowl 8 – Guacamole – mix avocado, salt, lemon juice and cilantro.
  • Bowl 9 – Salsa – make your own or buy one without sugar.
  • Bowl 10 – Olives and other favorites from the shopping list.

Casserole – fry ground beef slowly in butter/ghee or coconut oil. Add salt, chili powder, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, ground cumin and red pepper (very hot) to your taste.

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Real-fast-food with meat


This is delicious, real-fast-food, without a proper recipe.

  1. Cut good quality raw meat or poultry into pieces. You can even use ground beef.
  2. Slowly over low heat fry the meat in butter, ghee or coconut oil until done. Do not burn! Add salt and any other favorite spices.
  3. Add sliced vegetables like onions, broccoli, cauliflower, green cabbage, celery, bell pepper, or other favorites from the shopping list. Fry slowly for five minutes, or until done and add more spices if necessary.
  4. Eat it with a “quick-guacamole” – put the contents of some avocados in a bowl, mix it with a fork or a hand blender. Add salt and some drops of lemon juice.

Feel free to experiment with different kinds of meat and vegetables. Plan the meals otherwise it is easy to fail. Make sure to fry with enough butter, ghee or coconut oil, or add extra on when ready, because the fat and avocado will make you feel full.

Sit down by the dinner table and eat, as many meals as possible, with the rest of the family or your friends. Oh no, no TV, smart phone or computer; food is a family affair. It is well known that if you eat without concentrating on the food you will probably eat more than you need. Eat slowly until you feel full. Have a nice meal!

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Scrumptious Salad


Scrumptious Salad

: Dinner, Snack
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  • Green cabbage
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Kale
  • Spinach
  • Red onion
  • Celery
  • Tomatoes
  • Cucumber
  • Bell peppers
  • Asparagus
  • Avocado
  • Arugula
  • Lettuces
  1. Choose a mix of the above ingredients
  2. Make a dressing and serve it on the side or pour over the salad. Choose between a mix of good oil like olive oil, apple cider vinegar, salt and pepper and a mix of natural plain (Greek) yogurt with salt and other spices and herbs.
If you are not sensitive to cravings you can add apples and/or carrots. There you have a delicious salad full of nutritional value and great taste. Perfect with lunch or dinner. Happy eating


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Bacon Meatloaf

: Dinner
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  • 3 to 4 pounds ground beef
  • 1 package bacon
  • 1 yellow onion
  • 2-3 eggs
  • 4 tbsp. heavy cream
  • Garlic
  • Salt
  • Black pepper
  • Feta Cheese (optional)
  • Mozzarella (optional)
  • Mushrooms (optional)
  • Dijon mustard (optional)
  • Other favorite herbs and spices (optional)
  1. Cut bacon in small pieces and fry slowly, add finely chopped yellow onion.
  2. Put the eggs, heavy cream, pressed garlic, salt and black pepper in a big bowl and mix.
  3. Add the ground beef and the mix of bacon and onion. Mix everything together and make the meatloaf in a baking dish greased with a little butter.
  4. Broil 350-370 F (180-190 C).
  5. Immediately put it in the middle of the oven for about 60 minutes.
  6. Make a sauce of some of the drippings. A tomato based sauce with good oils, or a sauce of heavy cream. Add spices and herbs.
You can serve it with any of the following for a complete meal:
  • Salad (with a good oil and vinegar)
  • Raw or steamed vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower
  • Mashed cauliflower or broccoli


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Salmon fillet with topping

Salmon Dinner

Salmon fillet with topping

: Dinner
: Organic
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  • Salmon
  • Salt
  • Dill, parsley, pepper, and thin slices of butter (optional)
  • Pesto, sliced almonds (optional)
  • Pesto, slices of tomatoes, crumbles of feta cheese (optional)
  • Olives, crumbles of feta cheese (optional)
  • Your choice from the shopping list (optional)
  1. Place a salmon fillet (unfrozen) or other fish on a cake pan with aluminum foil. Salt the fillet.
  2. Put any of the above toppings on the fish.
  3. Broil 350-370 F (180-190 C).
  4. Put it in the middle of the oven for about 20-25 minutes. It will be dry and boring if you cook too long.
You can serve it with the following for a complete meal:
  • Sour Cream, plain or with herbs and spices
  • Salad, with a good oil and vinegar
  • Steamed vegetables
  • Coleslaw
  • Mashed cauliflower or broccoli



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