Chicken and noodles served in a salad rather than a soup. Since peanuts and peanut butter are off the menu for GF diets, consider making this with almond butter for a change.
This soup features three flavors that define Thai cuisine, coconut, chili, and lime.
Try this new combination of meat and potatoes as a change of pace. Substitute zucchini pasta for the potatoes to make the recipe low carb. Prep time: 55 minutes Serves: 4. Calories: 520. Sodium: 84 mg. Dietary fiber: 7.7 g. Total fat: 20.6 g. Total carbs: 55.6 g. Protein: 23.7 […]
This traditional Thai recipe is usually made with rice noodles, but since broccoli is often added to the dish, using broccoli “noodles” works as a great substitute without changing the underlying flavors.
This meal is an “almost-homemade” entrée you can throw together in minutes.
This all-veggie variation on the carb-laden dish is high on eye-appeal and delivers bonus nutrition in every bite. Use a combination of yellow and Italian squash for the pasta to make it even more colorful.
This spicy noodle soup is a vegetarian African variation of the ubiquitous chicken noodle soup.
This Italian favourite is cheesy, in a good way, so good in fact that you might find yourself eating like a gluten-free glutton.
One of the more colourful “greens,” Swiss chard is also one of the world’s healthiest foods. In addition to its anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties, it’s known to stabilize blood sugar.
This spicy salad is served cold but will warm you up. It can also be made with strips of rare beef or juicy pork.
This is a variation of one of the simplest and most decadent pasta dishes ever invented. The pumpkin pairs exceptionally well with the smoky bacon, but you can use any veggie pasta you like.
This delicious dessert is fast and easy to put together and can be served hot or at room temperature. If you’re feeling decadent, top with a little ice cream