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Lower Carb Recipes

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I'll admit, I overdid the carbs over the holiday.  I also ate more than my share of treats.  So I'm getting back on track and would love to add some new recipes to the mix.  I plan on trying this Paleo Thai Chicken Zoodle Soup recipe that I found on Diabetes Daily. 

I could use more recipe suggestions, because I feel like I'm getting into a rut and cooking the same dishes over and over again.  Please share your favorite healthy / lower calorie / lower carb recipes!

posted Jan 6 in Conversation by KarenG (10,150 points)

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Recipe looks good
answered Mar 7 by Shira (140 points)
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My go-to lately is chicken chili, using sauteed chicken breast or leftover rotisserie chicken, diced onions and peppers, Bush's chili beans, a little chicken broth, canned diced tomatoes, and seasonings to taste. Yummy served up with a little sour cream, a lime wedge, and fresh cilantro.
answered Mar 8 by TortieGirl (2,960 points)
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Oh that sounds fantastic.  I used ground turkey when I make chili, but your chicken version sounds like a great variation.  I'm definitely going to make it next week!  Thanks for sharing!!
answered Mar 8 by KarenG (10,150 points)
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Check out skinnytaste.com. Lots of excellent recipes, and you can choose low cho very easily (or paleo or any preference).
answered Mar 11 by Tillyseattle (290 points)
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Oh yes, Skinnytaste is a great blog!!!  I love that she includes carb counts in the nutrition info.

http://www.skinnytaste.com

answered Mar 13 by KarenG (10,150 points)
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