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One Sheet is All You’ll Need!
Extravagant dinners have their place. They’re (usually) fun to prepare and the end result is (usually) spectacular. Everyone leaves feeling full and satisfied, but the cleanup! And the time it all takes! Makes you want to just give up and order take-out some days…
With sheet pan dinners, you’ll only need 1 baking sheet and your creativity. Load it up with your favorite meat, marinades/sauces, veggies and spices and throw it in the oven. You can do the same thing in a frying pan and let it cook while you set the table.
It’s the perfect solution for those on a tight schedule! Feed your kids and yourself without breaking a sweat – enjoy!
One pan dinners are great because you throw all your ingredients in and let it all cook and intertwine with each others’ flavors. Tonight we decided to combine the robust flavors of our sweet Italian sausages with some with some gentler Italian flavors. Why sweet sausages when we love the pain of spice? They’re less carby than spicy Italian sausages. We eat these a lot and carbs can add up. We prefer buying the low carb sausages and spicing them up ourselves!
This super easy low carb dinner takes one pan and feeds lots of people. It’s also quite versatile. You can use any veggies you like but we chose to use zucchini, carrot and daikon radish. We chopped these up but left them pretty chunky. The carrot and zucchini roasted very nicely and the daikon radish actually resembles cooked potato in texture. As for the sauce, we decided to use a mix of olive oil and balsamic vinegar with minced ginger to give it a little kick.
There are lots of versions of it circulating around the internet but they all have an Asian spin to them. Best of all, the entire dish is very low carb. Our version turned out at about 4 net carbs per serving. Not too shabby! Our nutritional facts were based on 88/12% ground beef, so if your beef is slightly different, your macros may be a little different as well. Regardless of fat content, the net carbs should stay the same! It’s hard to go wrong with crackslaw.
Quickly roasted salmon and asparagus, served on baby greens with mustard vinaigrette is the perfect meal for spring! And this delicious easy dinner is low-carb, Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free, dairy-free, Paleo, Whole 30, and South Beach Diet friendly!
The great thing about this chicken cabbage stir fry is you can prepare for it ahead of time. If you have your chicken pieces, chopped bell peppers, diced onions, and minced garlic ready, the cooking part takes only 15 minutes and virtually no effort. All the ingredients can easily store in the fridge for several days, so chop ’em up on the weekend and you’re good to go.
Ahhh, chicken. I love chicken and I could eat chicken for lunch or dinner almost every day. I think the appeal lies in the fact that it's neutral taste just begs for fancying-up! You can do almost anything with chicken! But this time I opted for a simple and classic flavoring combo: prosciutto, Dijon mustard, and provolone cheese. It's super easy to make and I'm all about that these days.
These low carb chicken fajitas are baked all on one pan for minimal fuss. An easy and delicious keto meal the whole family will love. It's New Year's Eve Day and all through the house, all the creatures were stirring, getting ready to go out and party. Or not go out, but have a quiet New Year's at home and just relax and reflect on the year past and the year ahead. But no matter what their plans, big or small, all of these creatures needed a good meal in their tummies so that the champagne they were about to
Deliciously light and low carb, this sheet pan shrimp recipe is perfect for Spring. It’s easy, fresh and full of flavor. Asparagus is in season and every grocery store has a huge display of it right by the door. Asparagus just screams to be paired with fish or shellfish, so I grabbed a few bags of frozen shrimp and some lemons too.
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Vicky started Tasteaholics in 2015 with her boyfriend, Rami, hoping to document all their low carb cooking adventures. She lives in NYC and her favorite food is steak and lava cake. She enjoys photography, travel, cooking, working out, cats & Harry Potter. She loves sharing her knowledge, cooking tips and creative dishes with all of Tasteaholics’ readers.