Peanut Chaat

😀 Hello! Hope you all are well! The last time I posted was January 8 – where does the time go, my friends? Wish I could find it, 😛 So, what do I have to share today? Well, it’s a delicious and easy salad based on Peanut Chaat, an Indian peanut salad. I’ve taken quite … Continue reading

Grain-free Granola

 So, granola – I love granola, but haven’t eaten it in so, so long! Too many carbs, too much sugar….But, I needed some new breakfast options.  You see, I’m eating plant-based.  Why, you ask?  Well, I’m trying to avoid a statin prescription, trying to lose more weight, and trying to reverse my type-II diabetes.  The … Continue reading

Low Carb and Gluten-free Sandwich Buns

Hello! I signed on for the 17-day Low-carb Mini Challenge, and I’m doing pretty good if I do say so myself ☺! Many of my recipes are low-carb, although all of my dessert eaters know that many of my recipes are not – anyway, I’ve been tweaking the low-carb recipes to make them more keto … Continue reading

Keto Broccoli Soup

I don’t think I ate broccoli cheese soup until I was in college.  Tasting it for the first time, it reminded me of broccoli and cheese casserole, as the broccoli soup I knew barely resembled the cloying orange-hued concoction.  Growing up, we ate a very simple, although very delicious and healthy broccoli soup which consisted of broccoli, … Continue reading

Mini No-bake Cheesecake Treats

Tiny things make me smile. Kittens. Puppies. Baby bats. And, of course, tiny desserts. So cute, so delicious, and just the perfect amount of indulgence. A sweet treat sans guilt. My dessert bowls are from Libbey, and along with the 12 bowls are 12 tiny spoons ☺ The strawberries were a tad too large, but … Continue reading

Crustless Zucchini Mushroom Feta Quiche

Jorge Cruise’s The 100 plan is a delicious and easy program for those of us who prefer a low-carb lifestyle. Most mornings, I eat scrambled eggs, with the occasional almond pancakes or muffins, depending on how much time I can spare before Andrew and I run out of the door to school and work. But … Continue reading