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 […]

Quick and Easy Zucchini Casserole

FRUGAL ONE DISH MEALS   I wanted something quick easy for dinner tonight so I created this quick and easy Zucchini Casserole. With all the fresh fruit and vegetables that are available the ingredients for this zucchini casserole will hardly put a dent in your grocery budget. This zucchini casserole is a dish that can be done in under 20 minutes, is tasty and of course you don’t have to put the oven on for long. You can even use a toaster oven if you have one. This recipe can be made overnight and placed in the refrigerator so it’s ready to go for the next day. This makes it perfect for a dinner party where you want to prep the meal the night before. Tip: Don’t add the cheese until you are ready to place it under the grill. Now this recipe has a few different ingredients but I assure you it will enhance the flavours immensely. What are these ingredients?  It’s lemon zest and basil. If you are like most people or Mr. CBB you will have an abundance of basil that grows in the garden every year so don’t be afraid to start using it to bring […]

SOW, GROW AND SAVE

SOW, GROW AND SAVE After checking the prices in the produce aisle, how many times have you plopped some cherry tomatoes or asparagus into your shopping cart with a resigned look ala Mary Richards in the opening credits montage of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. What’s a person to do?  Resist artichokes?  Swear off broccoli and stock up on mac-n-cheese mix from the box? How about some good old-fashioned “if you can’t beat, ‘em join ‘em” action and start planting your own vegetables and fruits?  Yes, you can save money by growing your own food, whether you have a few container plants on the balcony or a nice sized garden in the back or front yard. The amount you save depends on how much you plant, your initial and ongoing investment in the garden, and how you use what you harvest.   If you want to save significant amounts of money and you have the space, plant seeds and go big. Otherwise, even with conservative efforts, by growing your own organic vegetables and fruits you can save on grocery store costs and reap other benefits as well.   You’ll contribute positively to the environment and your health by avoiding produce that’s been treated […]

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