Low Carb Bread – The Only One You Will Need (Gluten-Free)

CUE THE BUTTER AND SUGAR-FREE JAM IT SMELLS LIKE LOW CARB BREAD   You’ve finally found a bread low in carbs and you’re not sure how to make it or whether you’ve got all the ingredients. I know it can happen but it won’t with this simple no-knead, low carb bread recipe that I’m SO excited to share with everyone. Get ready to watch the butter drip from thin slices of this low carb bread toasted to perfection. We refuse to pay huge amounts of money to have low carb breads delivered via online grocery shopping from a specialty website in Canada, so we made our own for far less. Rejoice bread lovers and set aside those lettuce leaves you’ve used as low carb bread alternatives and get ready to indulge your tummy with crispy toast and butter, sandwiches of all types and even chunky croutons!   Creating a low carb bread recipe   I know it sounds daft but Mrs. CBB and I have created loaves of this low carb bread for about 3 weeks now. Although we suffered and had some fails where the bread tasted like egg or was heavy as a rock we didn’t give up […]

Low Carb Baked Stuffed Zucchini Egg Roll

Wow your guests with this simple to make low carb baked stuffed zucchini egg roll that takes no time at all to prepare.   It’s time to harvest zucchini and many of you might find that you have an abundance of it since it grows so beautifully in Ontario. Organic produce is best when you can grow it yourself but if you don’t have the option visit a local organic farm or shop the grocery store. Some of the best zucchini recipes such as my low carb baked stuffed zucchini egg roll boast simple ingredients such as eggs, parmigiano cheese, fresh chives, Asiago and sliced ham or Mortadella. If you’re not a fan of the deli meat you can leave it out for a simple, delicious baked stuffed zucchini egg roll that’s perfect for low carb or keto fans.   Is zucchini a fruit or vegetable?   I’ve been asked this a few times so let’s break it down for those who are curious.  What I found out was interesting because like most people I thought zucchini was a vegetable when in fact it’s a fruit. This is probably why it tastes so good in either baked goods or savoury […]

Magical 4 Ingredient British Sponge Cake

The best sponge cake recipe you will ever try is made with love and only 4 ingredients.   The aroma of this British sponge cake recipe trailed my mum’s kitchen since I was a little boy. She was a stay-at-home mum for the most part unless she was helping my dad with our business and always had a cake baked inside her cake tin. (she still uses the same tin, no kidding.) Most often it was a sponge cake to enjoy after tea with a lovely cup of coffee or tea. Other times we’d sneak a piece just because the sponge cake was so light and fluffy it was hard to resist. A sponge cake is one of the easiest cakes you can make and a great cake for baking beginners and inexpensive to make. British sponge cake has 4 ingredients and that’s all you need to make this delicious cake that everyone will rave about. Once you dress up your fluffy sponge cake with accessories you’ll see that you’re working with a blank pallet that you can bring to life. This makes the sponge cake the perfect birthday, anniversary, baptism, graduation or even wedding cake for your special day. […]

Creamy Peach Melba Chill Is A Must-Have Summer Beverage

FROST YOURSELF THIS SUMMER WITH A REPLICA TIM HORTONS CHILL MADE WITH PEACHES AND CREAM.   Frozen drinks during the summer months are a must especially for Canadians who bask in hot humid temperatures. What a better way to enjoy a non-alcoholic frozen drink on a hot day then with this super frosty Peach Melba Chill. If you’re craving a budget-buster popular Chocolate Ice Chill from Tim Hortons you don’t need to drive anywhere at all to pick up one of those drinks. As long as you have fresh ingredients stocked in your pantry and refrigerator you can make frosty blender drinks all summer long. Best of all, it’s done in your kitchen or even outdoors if you are lucky to have a bar or space to create a bar station. With just a handful of ingredients you can whizz this Peach Melba Chill up in 5 minutes. I hear you shouting, No way. Yes Way! I’d rather be spending my time sitting outside sipping on a frosty beverage in front of the pool even if it is a kiddie pool. You will be the envy of your neighbours and party host of the summer.   Taste the flavour of […]

Baked Cheesy Cauliflower Tots (Low-Carb, Gluten-Free)

TASTY CAULIFLOWER RECIPES START WITH PLENTY OF FLAVOUR AND ENDS WITH EMPTY PLATES.   These easy, gluten-free Baked Cheesy Cauliflower Tots are the Italian Arancini balls of the low-carb world. Arancini are rice balls filled with cheese then coated in breadcrumbs and deep-fried or baked served with a side of marinara. They are popular at restaurants as a starter or main meal paired with a salad. For today we’ll forget about those and focus on the low-carb way of switching up our favourite recipes. If you have kids the will love these with a dipping sauce or even a marinara sauce. Kids love to dip everything and if there is cheese inside you know you’ve got a winner. Sometime it’s nice to change-up recipes instead of offering chicken nuggets for example sneak in some Baked Cheesy Cauliflower Tots. Our son tends to get bored if we serve the same foods over and over. We just stare at our son when he does eat foods like this because he’s not a fan of vegetables at all.   Bringing Cauliflower to life   Delicious cauliflower recipes always start with spices and seasonings because cauliflower is very bland. If you want your cauliflower […]

Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins (Flour-Less)

A SIMPLE MOIST MUFFIN THAT YOU CAN MAKE IN LESS THAN 30-MINUTES.   When I bite into a muffin I expect it to be moist, flavourful and to not fall apart in my hands. These one-bowl flour-less peanut butter banana oatmeal chocolate chip muffins are the perfect breakfast muffin or ideal for a quick snack on the go. Our almost three year-old son absolutely loves Tim Horton’s chocolate chip muffins and knows the difference if we try to swap one out for something else. Living with a picky eater is tough especially when they are still learning to talk. I tried to pass off raisins the other day for chocolate chips and met with a disgusted look. I tried. Related: How to motivate picky eaters in your family I know it sounds like a mish-mash of ingredients but I don’t think I’ve ever seen our son demolish a muffin the way he does with these peanut butter banana oatmeal chocolate chips muffins. I’m pretty sure Mrs. CBB and I just watched him eat it because it’s not often we see him thrilled to eat something we make at home. Related: Just like Tim Horton’s Chocolate Chip Muffins Recipe Mrs. CBB […]

Baked Cheesy Pork Rind Nachos (Low-Carb Keto Snack)

YOU SHOULD TRY THESE PORK RIND NACHOS IF YOU WANT TO ADD SOME CRUNCH TO YOUR DAY WITHOUT ALL THE CARBS.   Break out the smokey flavoured BAKEN-ETS (CHICHARRONES) because there is a way to make low-carb nachos and boy are they delicious. Keto nachos to the rescue any time you have a craving for something salty and crunchy. Pork rinds are the keto chips of the low-carb world and today I’ll show you how to transform them into loaded cheesy pork rind nachos. What is a keto diet? A ketogenic diet (keto) is a very low-carb diet, which turns the body into a fat-burning machine. It has many potential benefits for weight loss, health and performance, but also some potential initial side effects. A ketogenic diet is similar to other strict low-carb diets, like the Atkins diet or LCHF (low carb, high fat). These diets often end up being ketogenic more or less by accident. The main difference between strict LCHF and keto is that protein is restricted in the latter. Get ready folks it’s party food time but this round is for the low-carb foodies who want to tuck into the snack table with options. Low-carb keto snacks […]

One-Pot Meal: Courgette and Tomato Goulash

FILL THOSE HUNGRY BELLIES WITH THIS INEXPENSIVE ONE-POT MEAL.   It has been surprisingly cold and white (Yes that means snow) here in Manitoba,Canada the last couple of days. I think Mother Nature forgot to switch to Spring but that’s fine because it gives me more opportunity in the kitchen to create new recipes. Having said that it was time for me to make a pot of stick to your ribs goulash. Originally this was to be a soup recipe but I wanted it to be bulkier to fill everyone up easily. This is a great way to stretch a meal or to add any leftovers looming in your refrigerator that look like they could use some love.   What are Courgettes?   I knew you would ask! Don’t worry they aren’t something you have to source as they are found in every grocery store.   Photo Source: Rik Schuiling / TropCrop-TCS – Own work I love courgettes (a.k.a zucchini) and they generally go on sale quite often or you may find them on the reduced rack. Keep an eye out for green and yellow zucchini as most people tend to know more about the green then they do the […]

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