Stuffed Meatloaf - a budget friendly low carb meal with a cheesy surprise. I've always enjoyed cooking. I remember I got my very first cookbook when I was about 12 years old. Not a kids cookbook, a real adult cookbook. I was so proud and excited and just want to cook dinner every night to … Continue reading ….”Stuffed Meatloaf”
Boerewors - a Traditional South African sausage perfect for a braai. As South African's we love to braai! And nothing says weekend like braai, boerewors and beer (or rather wine).... Boerewors is such a huge part of being South African there is even an annual National Competition to crown the best boerewors. Sadly, boerewors is … Continue reading ….”Boerewors”
Sweet potato bake - the perfect sweet and savoury combination. If there is one think I missed when we first started with low carb, it must be potato bake. Traditional potato bake can be a meal on its own or perfect for a braai or any other occasion or celebration. We use to take the … Continue reading ….Sweet potato bake.
Variety is the spice of life! As a low carb coach the one complaint I get daily is - "I'm so bored with my food". my response is always the same - your meals are just as exciting as you make them. It seems like there is a tendency to think Low Carb means bacon … Continue reading ….”Variety”
" A well-know South African dish consisting of spiced minced meat baked with an egg-based topping." If you live in South Africa, you will know what Bobotie is. Every family got their special bobotie recipe that's been handed down from a previous generation. Bobotie is mainly made with beef or lamb mince (ground meat), although … Continue reading …..Bobotie
Pancakes - fluffy clouds of heaven I love pancakes - always have and always will. There is just something about a stack of pancakes that melts my heart. Low carb pancakes can be a bit scary - you can google "low carb pancake" recipes and find endless options. Some with coconut flour, others with almond flour, … Continue reading ….”Pancakes”
The biggest meal of the year is only a few days away. Most people save up to ensure they have a table filled with gammon, turkey, roast beef, leg of lamb and on the side maybe some chicken and prawn. I am a believer of less is more, especially during the holiday season. Do we … Continue reading ….Happy Holidays (#12)