low carb meals

Easy low-carb lunch idea!

What to fix your girlfriend for lunch when she can't eat carbs?

Don't worry - this low carb lunch can be quick and easy to fix. And there's an essential ingredient that I share in today's video makes this meal rock!

Low carb meals are important for anyone who wants to eat healthy. Current medical research shows that it's the key to long term health. Especially for those who have been given a prediabetes diagnosis. 

If that's you, or you want to make sure that you don't become part of the growing prediabetes epidemic, grab a seat. We're about to uncover some truths about healthy eating!

This low carb meal can be made quickly - and you can substitute almost anything to make a yummy lunch!

Low Carb Quiche + Refrigerator Roundup Slaw

Quiche Crust Recipe

3/4 C Coconut Flour

1/2 C melted butter (or other oil)

2 eggs

Whisk together melted butter + eggs and add to coconut flour. Mix until a soft dough is formed. Put into 8" pie pan & press into shape.

Quiche Filling

1/2 yellow onion, saute until soft

1/2 C sundried tomato

1/2 C chopped cooked chicken breast

1/2C shredded cheddar cheese

1/2C cooked broccoli, chopped small

5 eggs, whisked

Combine ingredients (except cheese and eggs) in pie crust. Then pour whisked eggs over ingredients and top with grated cheese.

Place in 375 degree oven and bake for 30 minutes or until egg mixture is firm.

NOTE:Use your creativity and substitute any ingredients you choose!

Refrigerator Roundup Slaw

Here's where things can get creative. Use any winter green in your refrigerator - kale, chard, spinach or cabbage for example. Add any of the following: nuts, seeds, fruit, avacado, pickles - your creative choice. The sky is the limit!

Slaw dressing

1T mayo

1/2t salt

2T vinegar

1T dijon mustrd

Toss your slaw choices with this simple + basic dressing and serve up a nutritious low carb slaw that your lunch guest will love!

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