Mexican Tomato Cauliflower Meatball Soup

THIS LOW-CARB COMFORT SOUP BRINGS BIG MEATBALLS, TOMATOES AND CHUNKY CAULIFLOWER TO YOUR BOWL   It’s that time of year again, soup time! Today Mexico meets Italy for this quick meal that’s packed full of nutrients and flavour. This Mexican Tomato Cauliflower Meatball Soup is a winner every time even the kids will love it. The soup that eats like a meal…this is it! After a summer of picking tonnes of organic tomatoes then freezing them we have plenty to use up this winter for soups and sauces. This hearty soup can be made in 30 minutes and pairs well with homemade bread or a thick homemade slice of low-carb bread and butter. You don’t need anything else. If you’re not into low-carb don’t fret there is nothing fancy or different about this soup it’s just low-carb friendly. That means there’s no sugar or gluten in the recipe with limited carbs but so delicious even I can’t stop at one bowl. The low-carb part helps those on a low-carb diet identify recipes that are keto-friendly which is a bonus when searching for a recipe. You will see below the options for those who are low-carb and for those who are […]

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 […]

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