Category Archives for "Lunch"

Healthy Low Carb Stuffed Pepper Recipe with Italian Filling

Diner , Low Carb Recipes , Lunch

Healthy Low-Carb Stuffed Pepper with Italian Filling

Stuffed peppers have been popular for a long time. Many people want to eat them and preferably also without carbohydrates.

Especially people with blood sugar problems or overweight are looking for a healthy recipe that is also tasty. ​Maybe you are one of them?

If so, then I have good news for you. Because in this recipe you will learn my low-carb stuffed pepper with Italian herbs and ground meat.

Both tasty and healthy!

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Low Carb Smoothie with Strawberry & Avocado (Quick Recipe)

Breakfast , Low Carb Recipes , Lunch , Snacks

Low-Carb Smoothie with Strawberry & Avocado (Quick Recipe)

A low-carb smoothie from time to time (for breakfast, lunch or as a snack) can be both tasty and healthy. But then you have to know how to make this.

You can of course throw everything in a blender and hope you get something tasty...

...but there are many products that do not mix in taste.

In this recipe, I share my low-carb strawberry and avocado smoothie with you.

Made easy and fast... and also very saturating.

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Low Carb Smoothie Bowl Recipe with Strawberries

Breakfast , Low Carb Recipes , Lunch

Low-Carb Smoothie Bowl with Strawberries

For the sweet tooth among us, a smoothie is on the menu today. A low-carb smoothie that is.

You may wonder why a smoothie should be low in carbohydrates. "A smoothie bowl is healthy anyway, isn't it?"

That is not always the case. In particular, the smoothies that are sold in the supermarket are packed with sugar. In addition, they are often made with orange juice, which is also not recommended if you want to lose weight or have diabetes.

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Low Carb Quiche with Spinach Recipe

Diner , Low Carb Recipes , Lunch

Low Carb Quiche with Spinach

A quiche is a delicious savory pie that can be eaten at both lunch and dinner.

However, eating a quiche does not go hand in hand with low-carbo eating. That is mainly due to the crust of the quiche.

The crust of a quiche is normally made from dough. But dough does not belong in a low-carb diet.

So you would think that it is impossible to make a healthy quiche. But with a little creativity it is certainly possible to make a healthy version of a quiche.

The low-carb quiche from this recipe contains an almond flour base. That makes it ideal for diabetics, overweight people or people who want to eat healthier.

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