As I advise to move away from pasta which sends blood sugar sky high, the alternative has always been to use vegetables as a swap. But this cheat, again adapted from the Diet Doctor website ticks all the taste and texture boxes whilst keeping you low carb. A revelation.
If you are trying to reduce your blood sugar, bread is the last thing you should eat. These easy to make low carb rolls are the perfect replacement.
For those with an egg allergy or vegan, this is perfect. I’ve tried cashew mayo which leaves a grainy texture on coleslaw, but this is truly smooth. Tastes delicious and the flaxseed mean it’s packed with omega 3’s.
Quick, easy and packed full of omega 3, flaxseed or linseed are a super food.
This is my take on the crispy Italian rice balls. They are filled with buffalo mozzarella as we digest it more easily.
The hearty nature of asparagus and portobello mushrooms make this a substantial side dish or a main event.
The seed mix here includes calcium and omega 3 as well as a myriad of other vitamins and minerals.
Cauliflower is so versatile. So using it with different textures in the same salad makes a delicious dish.
This tastes of sunshine, hence the name. My oldest friend made this for me. She made it with chicken, but here I have used tofu.
Not only delicious, the black beans are rich in vitamins and minerals, they also provide you with a great source of protein.
This is a vegetarian version of the Mexican meat recipe. It is lovely piled onto real Mexican Masa flour tacos.
Such a comforting meal and really easy to prepare. Use good quality gluten free sausages.