I'm always on the hunt for higher carb snacks for jiu-jitsu and other rough workouts. These apple cinnamon muffins are perfect for just that! And for dessert. And for breakfast. And as snack. Alright, they're just perfect!
October coming means three of my favorite things: Halloween, my birthday, and apples. I love apples, so I went to work trying to find a way to use them before apple picking season. This muffin recipe is awesome, and it'll be a staple in my house all Fall long!
- 1 cup applesauce
- 1/2 cup coconut flour
- 6 eggs
- 3 Tbsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1/4 cup butter (coconut oil for strict Primal/paleo)
- 2 Tbsp Honey
- 3/4 cup diced apples (I used honeycrisp)
1. Prheat oven to 400°F
2. Grease a muffin pan or use those muffin paper cup things...
3. Mix ALL ingredients into a nice, even batter
4. Let the batter sit for 5-7 minutes
5. Spoon equal amounts of batter into 6 equal portions
6. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until the tops are brown and stiff
7. Cool for 5-10 minutes and serve!
I miss baked potatoes...
Now don't get me wrong, I'll do a potato every now and then. You may have seen my Garlic Parmesan Potatoes recipe a week ago, but I tend to run better on a generally lower carb diet.
Well now I can have the loaded baked potato flavors I miss without the sluggish feeling I get with too many carbs!
What if I told you you'd been cooking steak all wrong?
Reverse searing a steak is the absolute best method for cooking thick steaks to a tender, juicy finish! This requires some time in the oven followed by a quick stop in a screaming hot pan. Try this method of cooking steaks and you may never set foot in another steakhouse again!
Do you remember the laziness I talked about when I made my Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tenders? Well, it's back...
But I'm tired of chicken. It's time to restart my love affair with pork chops. I've also been on a cajun seasoning kick lately. Can you see how my brain works? Tender pork chops rubbed with cajun seasoning that provides a perfectly crisp crust with just enough kick! And it takes less than 20 minutes to experience this pure deliciousness!
I LOVE spicy food! No spicy food quite hits the mark like Cajun food. This cauliflower rice is an awesome, low-carb substitute for your favorite Cajun meals!
Cauliflower perfectly seasoned with sauteed onions, peppers, and just the right amount of heat. You'll never go back to rice again!
Do you ever just feel lazy? Me too! Like a lot...
Laziness is what gave birth to this delicious and, more importantly, easy recipe! Melted cheddar cheese sandwiched between tender chicken and crispy bacon. This is also a very flexible recipe making a great dinner, lunch, appetizer, pretty much any time! But when is there a wrong time for bacon!?
Uh-oh, I said it. Potato. A word disgraced in the Low-Carb/Keto world, and debated in the Primal/Paleo world. Good thing I don't put hard labels on my diet, because I get to enjoy these!
Sliced potatoes baked crisp with an amazing blend of spices goes perfect with delicious parmesan cheese. Throw in some bacon and this could be a meal all by itself! Seriously, if you have a pulse, you have to try these potatoes!
I couldn't do it... I just couldn't wait until Thanksgiving to have delicious, buttery turkey!
Fortunately I was able to find turkey breast tenderloin. This came out absolutely perfect! Nice and crisp on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside, and a wonderful buttery flavor. Just like a real Thanksgiving turkey, only better!
It's cold outside, and few things sound as good as warm, gooey mac & cheese.
So I decided to stop fighting temptation and have my mac & cheese, just slightly different. Cauliflower makes an awesome substitute for noodles (as if anyone didn't know already), and the gooey, homemade cheese sauce couldn't be more delicious.
This more than satisfied my mac and cheese craving, but it didn't do anything about the cold...
One of the few "bad" foods that still tempts me to this day is a spicy chicken sandwich from Chick-fil-a...
These chicken tenders are almost spot on in terms of flavor, without the bread of course! Just enough crunch, the perfect amount of heat, and soooo tender and juicy. Not only are these a great low-carb option, they are low calorie too! So go ahead and double up... or triple.. or eat all six servings. I'm not here to judge!
I love tacos, but I get sick of having the same old thing all the time.
You may have already seen my Taco Pizza recipe in my early days, but this is even better! It's a simple, delicious recipe that captures all the best flavors of a taco. Serve with all your favorite taco toppings and you may never go back to boring old tacos again!