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Leftover Roast Chicken Soup with Roasted Vegetables - Against All Grain
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Leftover Roast Chicken Soup with Roasted Vegetables - Against All Grain -- This was a home run!!! We LOVED it. I just wish I had made a double batch so we could have more leftovers. I also just cubed a whole butternut squash (about 3 cups) and didn't add in carrots (per Jared's request). One of the best paleo recipes we've had to date!
Leftover Roast Chicken Soup with roasted veggies. I used a lot more veggies--a whole butternut squash and spinach. Very good.
Paleo soup with leftover roast chicken.
Grain-Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
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Grain free oatmeal cookies
Grain Free 'Oatmeal' Raisin Cookies- ¼ cup palm shortening, unsalted grassfed butter, or ghee, 1 large egg at room temp, ⅓ cup honey, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, 4 teaspoons cinnamon, ¾ teaspoons nutmeg, 1 cup blanched almond flour, 2 tablespoons coconut flour, ½ teaspoon baking soda, ½ teaspoon sea salt, 2 teaspoons finely ground flax seeds*, ¾ cup finely shredded coconut (Let’s Do Organic is best for texture), ½ cup raisins*** omit for SCD** may use chocolate chips, cranberries, or currants
Grain-Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Against All Grain – Award Winning Gluten Free Paleo Recipes to Eat Well & Feel Great
Grain-Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Raw Superfood and Seed Energy Bars
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Granola breakfast bar!
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Nourish Your Roots- Raw Superfoods Energy Bars
Nourish The Roots: Raw Superfood and Seed Energy Bars
Coconut Chia Pudding
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A Crave-Worthy, Low-Calorie Chia Pudding That Makes a Perfect Breakfast. www.facebook.com/angelabuckfitness If you're interested in redefining your life to become healthier, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to help you! #redefine #redefinewithangela #redefined #recipe #snack #breakfast #fall #dessert #food #health #healthy #nutrition #cleaneating #lowcalorie #highprotein #fitness #exercise #workout #weightloss #fitspiration #mealplanning www.redefinewithangela.com
A crave-worthy, low-calorie Chia Pudding makes a perfect breakfast. #pure #nutrition #chia #chiaseeds #chiapudding #mango #coconut
A Crave-Worthy, Low-Calorie Chia Pudding That Makes a Perfect Breakfast: Chia seeds and coconut milk marry for a Paleo-friendly pudding that works great for breakfast. High in anti-inflammatory omega-3s, this sweet chia pudding is a make-ahead recipe that will save you time, fill you up on fiber, and help you debloat. Mix together the ingredients the night before, pop it in the fridge, and look forward to a special treat the next day. It's that easy. Coconut Chia Pudding: NOTES: This recipe includes 1/4 cup of diced mango and pepita seeds, but feel free to top the pudding with your favorite fruit and nuts.. INGREDIENTS: 1/4 cup chia seeds;1 cup light or full-fat coconut milk, depending on preference;1/2 tablespoon honey: DIRECTIONS: Mix chia seeds, coconut milk, and honey together in a small bowl or glass mason jar. Let it set in refrigerator overnight.Remove it from the fridge, and make sure your pudding looks thick and the chia seeds have gelled. Top with fresh fruit and nuts, and enjoy immediately..
Cauliflower Chowder - A creamy, low carb, hearty and wonderfully cozy soup for those chilly nights!
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Cauliflower Chowder - A creamy, low carb, hearty and wonderfully cozy soup for those chilly nights! low carb recipe
Cauliflower Chowder - A creamy, low carb, hearty and wonderfully cozy soup for those chilly nights! Use earth balance and almond milk
Cauliflower Chowder - Damn Delicious
Kaniwa Farewell to Summer Salad Serves 4 ½ cup / 125g kaniwa (quinoa or millet would also work) 1 cup water ½ tsp. sea salt 2 ears fresh corn on the cob 1 small zucchini 1 bunch / 175g green beans quick pickled onions (optional, recipe below) ghee or coconut oil olive oil to garnish salt and pepper goat’s feta, if desired
Kaniwa Farewell to Summer Salad
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Pickled red onions on a quinoa salad
kaniwa salad (gf)
Kaniwa Farewell to Summer Salad Serves 4 ½ cup / 125g kaniwa (quinoa or millet would also work) 1 cup water ½ tsp. sea salt 2 ears fresh corn on the cob 1 small zucchini 1 bunch / 175g green beans quick pickled onions (optional, recipe below) ghee or coconut oil olive oil to garnish salt and pepper goat’s feta, if desired This world is really awesome. The woman who make our chocolate think you're awesome, too. Try some Peruvian Chocolate today! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00725K254
kaniwa summer dish
Kaniwa Summer Salad
Kaniwa Salad Serves 4 (½ cup each): 125g kaniwa 1 cup water ½ tsp. sea salt 2 ears fresh corn on the cob 1 small zucchini 1 bunch / 175g green beans quick pickled onions (optional, recipe below) ghee or coconut oil olive oil to garnish salt and pepper goat’s feta, if desired
Low-Carb Broccoli Bites - Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. 16 oz Chopped Broccoli 3 Eggs 1 cup crushed French’s Fried Onions 1 1/2 cups 2% Sharp Cheddar Cheese Salt Pepper Mix all ingredients well, adding salt and pepper to taste. Line Cookie sheet with parchment paper. Using hands form into balls. Bake for 25 minutes at 375 degrees. Yields 20. FYI- Two Weight Watchers Points each.
Low-Carb Broccoli Bites
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Low-Carb Broccoli Bites - Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. 16 oz Chopped Broccoli 3 Eggs 1 cup crushed French’s Fried Onions 1 1/2 cups 2% Sharp Cheddar Cheese Salt Pepper Mix all ingredients well, adding salt and pepper to taste. Line Cookie sheet with parchment paper. Using hands form into balls. Bake for 25 minutes at 375 degrees. Yields 20. FYI- Two Weight Watchers Points each. #lowcarb
Low carb broccoli bites - pre-heat oven to 375 degrees - 16 oz. chopped brococoli, 3 eggs, 1 cup crushed French’s fried onions, 1-1/2 cups 2% sharp cheddar cheese, salt and pepper - mix all ingredients adding salt and pepper to taste -line cookie sheet with parchment paper and form into balls - bake for 25 minutes at 375 degrees
Quinoa Burger: Made with quinoa, cottage cheese, cheddar cheese, carrot or zucchini, eggs and scallions.
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Quinoa Burger byeatingwelllivingthing: Made with quinoa, cottage cheese, cheddar cheese, carrot or zucchini, eggs and scallions. #Quinoa #Quinoa_Burger #food #Great Food #yummy food| http://yummyfood137.blogspot.com
Love That Quinoa Burger!
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Zucchini Gratin Recipe sub brown rice for white ;-)
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Zucchini Gratin 2 small zucchini (about 1 lb) 1 onion, finely chopped 2 cups whole milk 1 cup fresh bread crumbs 3 eggs, beaten 3/4 cup Parmesan cheese 1/2 cup uncooked brown rice 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 2 teaspoons fresh thyme Extra-Virgin Olive oil. Bake until golden brown
Looks like a good side dish for dinner tonight!
Zucchini Gratin Recipe--use almond milk and maybe some cottage cheese blended in for a more creamy dish, instead of regular milk, homemade low carb flour tortilla bread crumbs instead of regular bread crumbs, instead of rice, shred cauliflower or radishes. for a perfect S meal
No dough pizza. For when you absolutely want pizza but not all the carbs
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LowCarb / No Crust Pizza - lowcarb-protein pizza
NO DOUGH PIZZA!!!!!!! Gluten Free, Low Carb, Diabetic Friendly!!!!!! For when you absolutely want pizza but not all the carbs!!!!!!! Crust 1 (8 oz) package of full fat cream cheese, room temperature 2 eggs 1/4 tsp ground black pepper 1 tsp garlic powder 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese Topping 1/2 cup pizza sauce 1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese toppings - pepperoni, ham, sausage, mushrooms, peppers Garlic powder
#GlutenFree "WHERE'S THE CRUST" No dough #pizza. Very tasty and easy. Crust is Cream Cheese, Eggs, Garlic & Parmesan Cheese...
Another low carb gluten free pizza crust replacement. This one with cream cheese and eggs.
Sage and Mozzarella Mushrooms
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carbs are killing you #infographics
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This is a great infographic!! Eat more HEALTHY fats, limit carbs, and loose weight! Check it out @ericaleyenaar @natashaluvslife
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this is why I do so much better on low carb diets! My body just can not handle processed, high carb foods.
Dr. Mercola & Gary Taubes explain why explain why eating fat doesn't make you fat – but eating carbs can kill you. #health #fats #lowcarb #food #nutrition
Great infographic which illustrates how carbohydrates can lead to weight gain and why low fat diets were not the holy grail to health. But, I think it’s important to keep in mind that any extreme diet that is either very low in fats or carbs will be doomed to failure. Various sources of wholesome, non-processed, organic foods in moderation, couple with a fitness program that is fun and realistic is the key : )
Massive Health - Carbs Are Killing You [infographic]
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Gluten Free, no carb deep dish pizza! The crust is made from chicken and cheese! Actual link does not work but the website has tons of Gluten free, sugar free, low carb recipes!
300 Low Carb Recipes Some r gluten free too !
Low Carb Deep Dish Pan Pizza. The crust is made of chicken and cheese- the lighter side
300 Low Carb Recipes, cauliflower pizza
Cucumber salsa. This sounds insanely good.
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Crisp Cucumber Salsa. 2 cups finely chopped seeded peeled cucumber, 1/2 cup finely chopped seeded tomato, 1/4 cup chopped red onion, 2 Tbsp minced fresh parsley, 1 jalepeno pepper, seeded and chopped, 4-1/2 tsp minced fresh cilantro, 1 garlic clove, minced or pressed, 1/4 c reduced-fat sour cream or Greek yogurt, 1-1/2 tsp lemon juice, 1-1/2 tsp lime juice, 1/4 tsp ground cumin, 1/4 tsp seasoned salt.
Crisp Cucumber Salsa Recipe -- 2 cups finely chopped seeded peeled cucumber, 1/2 cup finely chopped seeded tomato, 1/4 cup chopped red onion, 2 Tbsp minced fresh parsley, 1 jalepeno pepper, seeded and chopped, 4-1/2 tsp minced fresh cilantro, 1 garlic clove, minced or pressed, 1/4 C sour cream, 1-1/2 tsp lemon juice, 1-1/2 tsp lime juice, 1/4 tsp ground cumin, 1/4 tsp seasoned salt, Tortilla chips
I Breathe... I'm Hungry...: Zucchini Sweet Potato Latkes - Gluten free, whole 30 compliant and 6.25g net carbs!
I don't know what this is but brown food is always good.
BAKED SWEET POTATO LATKAS – A RECIPE FOR A HAPPY, Hannukah
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Cheesy Cauliflower Cakes - low carb Recipe Ingredients: 2 cups finely riced, raw cauliflower ** 2 Tbl minced jalapeno 2 eggs, beaten 2 Tbl melted butter 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese 1 cup grated cheddar cheese 1 Tbl dried onion flakes 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp black pepper 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/4 cup coconut flour ... YUMMMM
I Breathe... I'm Hungry...: Jalapeno & Cheddar Cauliflower Muffins
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I Breathe... I'm Hungry...: Jalapeno & Cheddar Cauliflower Muffins (low carb and gluten free) They are cheesy and hearty and taste amazing! They don’t really have a bready texture like a muffin, but I wasn’t sure what else to call them. They are firm and chewy if you eat them cold, but if you heat them up slightly in the microwave they get soft and cheesy/gooey in the center. SO GOOD! These go perfectly with some some eggs for breakfast or as a veggie side dish to any protein for dinner. Very kid friendly, they are fun to eat and have virtually no cauliflower flavor. I just bought another head of cauliflower so that I can make these low carb cauliflower muffins again this weekend – I already can’t wait! Hope you guys like them too, as always let me know how they come out! Makes 12 muffins Recipe Ingredients: 2 cups finely riced, raw cauliflower ** 2 Tbl minced jalapeno 2 eggs, beaten 2 Tbl melted butter 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese 1 cup grated cheddar cheese 1 Tbl dried onion flakes 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp black pepper 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/4 cup coconut flour Combine the cauliflower, jalapeno, eggs, add melted butter in a medium bowl. Add the grated cheeses and mix well. Stir in the onion flakes, salt, pepper, garlic powder, baking powder and coconut flour until thoroughly combined. Divide the batter evenly between 12 greased muffin cups. Bake in preheated 375 degree (F) oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown. Turn off the oven and leave the muffins inside for one hour to firm up. Remove and serve warm or cold. ** Check out this video from Big Red Kitchen for a fast and easy way to rice cauliflower – if you eat a lot of cauliflower like I do this is life changing! Approximate nutrition information per muffin: 110 calories, 8g fat, 1.8g net carbs, 8g protein For more great recipes check out my new e-book, The Gluten Free Low Carber! Share Reddit Stumble Tweet Mellissa Sevigny Atkins, Baking, Breakfast, Cauliflower, Cheese, Keto, Low Carb, Muffins, Side Dishes, Spicy CHORIZO & SPAGHETTI SQUASH CASSEROLE (LOW CARB & GLUTEN FREE) FOODLESS FRIDAYS – COOKBOOKS AND “POO” Cream Cheese Pancakes (Low Carb and Gluten Free) 01-1-2012 September Keto Baking Essentials Giveaway 09-2-2014 IBIH May VITAMIX Giveaway!!!! 05-3-2014 Low Carb Apple Fritters Recipe – Gluten Free 10-6-2014 Cheesy Ranch Roasted Broccoli – Low Carb and Gluten Free 10-2-2014 Asian Meatballs with Stir-Fried Eggplant – Low Carb & Gluten Free 09-23-2014 Joanne09-13-2012 This looks so good! I can’t wait to try them. Where do you get coconut flour? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Joanne, you can find coconut flour at natural food stores like Whole Foods but the cheapest way to get it is to order it online. I usually get mine at nuts.com or drugstore.com. Enjoy! REPLY Anonymous09-16-2012 I just tried these. They are great!! Only problem, I put too much cauliflower in the processer at one time and it ran over (water). My only other problem was that my husband liked them as much as I did. Thanks for the recipe. Can’t wait to make more. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny11-02-2012 Glad you liked these – and sorry you had to share, ha ha! I have overflowed my vitamix too many times to count so I feel your pain! :) REPLY Andrea07-21-2013 I used soy flour. Worked great! Very delicious! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny07-22-2013 Thanks Andrea, I appreciate you letting us know that the soy flour worked! Glad you liked them! REPLY Hannah09-13-2012 My oven just died…sad face… do you think these would work in the microwave? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Hannah I think it would still taste delicious but I don’t think you would get the crusty outside. But they would dry out enough to be muffinlike, I would try it five minutes at a time. Let me know if it works for you! REPLY Anonymous09-13-2012 Oh my goodness, those sound great! Is the riced cauliflower to be used raw or steam it first? Will be trying these VERY soon!!! Thank you! Alice B. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Alice, you don’t need to cook the cauliflower first, just go ahead and use it raw. I’ll adjust the recipe to reflect that, excellent question, thanks! REPLY Susan Thompson09-30-2013 Can you leave the cauliflower out? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-30-2013 Not in this recipe Susan, it adds a lot of the body to the muffin – at least I wouldn’t recommend it! But if you try it, please do report back with the results!!! REPLY Melissa Lee09-14-2012 I cannot wait to try these! I am on a protocol to heal diverticulitis and I can’t eat ANY thing with corn or corn products in it. This will fill my desire for cornbread if they are as good as they look! Thank you so much!!!!! I’ll be preparing these for a large family gathering on Saturday night to go with a cajun seafood boil…takes the place of hush puppies quite nicely I think! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Melissa, I hope you and your family like these, and I wish you all the best with healing your diverticulitis – I understand it’s a very painful condition. I think they will go great with a cajun seafood boil! Nom, nom! :) REPLY LordJezo09-14-2012 What’s it mean to “rice” something? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Sorry, I shouldn’t assume everybody knows what that is! Riced cauliflower is basically just finely chopped. I updated the post to include a link to a video to a fast and easy way to do it using your blender – check it out! Or you could chop it up with a knife. REPLY Olithée09-14-2012 Sounds very good, very nice pictures too ! I might try it this week end. Missing cooking its been a while since I last cook you know after summer and its easy salads and BBQ. Think im back on tracks and for good ! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Olithee I love this time of year when it starts to cool down enough to enjoy cooking in the house again. Looking forward to soups and stews and yummy fall flavors again! Hope you like these! REPLY Charity09-14-2012 Hey, I just found your blog because I’ve started low-carbing again and am sick of boring food! I can’t wait to try out your recipes! Thanks! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Thanks Charity and welcome to IBIH! Hope you enjoy the recipes and feel free to email me with any questions! REPLY Anonymous09-14-2012 Would almond flour work in these? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 It might change the texture a bit but I think almond flour would work just fine, let me know if it works or not and how you like them! REPLY Anonymous09-16-2012 I didn’t have cocoanut flour and used Atkins baking mix. They were delicious. I’m going to try to find cocoanut flour. I really don’t see how they could be much better though. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-17-2012 Thanks for reporting back that they worked with the Atkins baking mix! I think any flour alternative will work fine since it just helps hold them together and doesn’t really add much flavor. Glad you liked them! REPLY Laurie Callaway09-14-2012 Mellissa, These were wonderful! I made substitutions…I didn’t have any mozzarella in the house so used Dubliner, no onion flakes so put in a bit of minced onion. Can you give me some tips on how you got these out of the muffin tins in one piece? My husband wants me to make these again:) Laurie REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-14-2012 Thanks Laura, so glad you guys liked these! I LOVE dubliner and I bet it was delicious – might try that myself next time! I had to wait a bit for mine to cool down and firm up to get them out easier. Once they are cool they pop right out. At least mine did! REPLY Michelle Lagestee09-15-2012 I can’t wait to try these! I’ve been looking for a substitute for corn and cornbread (two of my favorite things) and this will work perfectly! Thanks for posting this :) REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-17-2012 Enjoy Michelle, they don’t taste like cornbread but they are delicious!! REPLY CJ - Food Stories09-15-2012 This looks amazing & I can’t wait to try them :-) REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-17-2012 Hope you like them CJ! REPLY Jennypenny09-16-2012 You had me at jalapeno & cheddar. Just made ‘em, and they turned out great! So yummy! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-17-2012 Awesome Jenny, thanks for the feedback! I’m so glad everybody is liking them as much as I did! REPLY Eric09-16-2012 Could you bake these in a pie plate, and then cut into wedges? Any idea how long to bake? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-17-2012 Great idea Eric, I don’t see why not. I think the baking time would be around the same, you might need to leave them in the oven for an hour and a half instead of an hour to get them to dry out enough in the center. Or not, if you try it just keep checking to make sure they are firm. Then let them cool completely before cutting into it if you want to be able to pick it up and eat it rather than using a fork. Let me know how they come out! REPLY Rose09-19-2012 Last time I was on low carb I lost 68 pd. Time to start it back up. Yes carbs got me again. Your site is exciting. Can’t wait to try the muffins. Sound so good. Will order the coconut flour today. I will let you know what I think :) and keep looking at your recipes. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-24-2012 Those pesky carbs sneak right up on you!!! Hope you enjoy the muffins, this is one of my favorite recipes right now! I’ll be making another batch for myself soon too! REPLY Deb (Smoothie Girl Eats Too)09-20-2012 I made these tonight- yum! In fact I also took a page from your book a few weeks ago and baked an egg on top (I made it in a small circular baking dish instead of muffins) OMG delish! Thank you! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-24-2012 So glad you liked these Deb and I love the idea of baking the egg right into it! Genius, totally trying that next time!!! REPLY Cierra David09-21-2012 I used rice flour and they were amazing! I can’t believe I cooked anything edible! Thank you so much :D REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-24-2012 Congrats Cierra! Glad my recipe helped you make something delicious! Good idea on the rice flour, never even thought of that! REPLY Reeves Photography09-24-2012 Sooooo good. Oh my gosh! I used carbquick instead of the coconut flour because I couldn’t find any around here. I also fried up 4 crispy pieces of bacon and crushed them and mixed it in as well. They were amazing! My husband loved them too and we couldn’t wait to eat the leftovers. I’m anxious to make them again soon!! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny09-25-2012 I’ve never tried carbquick but maybe I should check it out! I love your bacon idea, going to try that in my next batch! Glad you guys liked them! REPLY bnejedlo1410-07-2012 Made these tonight and they are fabulous! Who knew you could use cauliflower??!!! Really yummy and I’ll make these again. Thanks for a great recipe. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny10-09-2012 Thanks for the feedback, thrilled that you liked them! REPLY Unknown10-22-2012 Big thanks for these! They are absolutely fantastic and stave off every carb craving anyone could ever have! Thank you! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny10-26-2012 Awesome, so glad you liked them! REPLY Alexei10-28-2012 We have made several batches of these since the original blog post and continue to be amazed at how great they are. I was already a fan of cauliflower, so this application was genius! I can’t taste the cauliflower at all. Some notes: - instead of jalapeños we have been using the Trader Joe’s New Mexico chilies (small tin). They give it a nice kick. - we have tried adding bacon as well as crumbled sausage; both applications worked well - we tried adding some other veggies, but this had mixed results: sometimes the veggies added too much liquid and changed the consistency. - instead of cheddar we use the Costco mexican cheese blend I love how versatile this dish is; it can be a quick breakfast, a snack, or a side with a meal. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny11-02-2012 Alexei thank you SO MUCH for sharing all of your tips! I especially love the idea of using the canned green chilis in the recipe – I cannot WAIT to try that myself! All of these are great, I’ll be making another batch soon! :) REPLY Anonymous11-29-2012 I learned how to rice califlower from big red kitchen and it’s AMAZING! Do you have to “wring” out some of the water from the riced califlower before making this recipe or is it good as is? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny12-03-2012 I didn’t wring mine out but I did let it drain for quite awhile so either way you should try to get as much of the moisture out as possible. Enjoy! REPLY Anonymous12-05-2012 I just made these and WHOA NELLY are they good! I didn’t have minced jalepeno’s and I was to lazy to dice them, so I used whole ones out of the jar. There are about 2 to 3 whole jalepeno’s in each one. We like it spicy in this house so it works out :) thank you so much for this recipe. This is going to become a staple around here! REPLY Cas Messina12-06-2012 These just came out of the oven, and I couldn’t wait to dig into one! As promised, these are amazing! I will definitely be making these again, and again, and again, and…Love them! Thank you so much for this recipe! REPLY waggmore01-06-2013 I have a 6 cup food processor and I rice cauliflower by just rough chopping and then putting in the food processor. No need to add water. I’m just sayin…:o)) Bobbie REPLY Mellissa Sevigny01-07-2013 Thanks for sharing that tip Bobbie! REPLY Kelly01-07-2013 Just made these and they are FANTASTIC. No cauliflower taste whatsoever and so savory. THANK YOU! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny01-07-2013 Glad you liked these Kelly! I loved them and plan to make them the first week I’m done with my Whole 30 and can have dairy again! REPLY Suzanne01-11-2013 I love them!! The house smells so good too! I think I will use a little more jalepeno next time. I like spicy! Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipes! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny01-21-2013 You are so welcome Suzanne! I love these too, it’s been far too long since I’ve made a batch for myself! REPLY Nathalie01-31-2013 I was thinking of doing this recipe in a bread pan, and then cutting in slice. Do you think it will work? Obviously, I’ll need to adjust the baking time. It looks so good, I just need to find fresh jalapenos. REPLY Eve02-05-2013 10 eggs, bell peppers (red & green), onion, browned jimmy dean sausage topped with sharp cheddar and baked at 350 for 25-30 mins in a muffin tin is my version. Will definately be trying your version very soon!! Just found your site and I am LOVIN IT!! Thanks!! REPLY Philis02-22-2013 Mellissa, I was not a cauliflower brownie convert, but this recipe was SO GOOD. Just made & I love the protein content/and cauliflower that you can not even taste, and not relying so much on heavy calorie almond flour. Even though we eat low carb we gain weight if we eat much of that, so recipe this is so welcome. Just had a bite with lotsa butter & expect I will make these muffins often. Thank you so much for sharing your great kitchen creations. Philis REPLY Mellissa Sevigny02-22-2013 You’re so welcome Philis! I’m thrilled that you liked these (even if the cauliflower brownies didn’t do it for you! ;) ) I’m always looking to reduce my coconut and almond flour usage too, and the cauliflower just works so well. In fact I think I’m going to make a batch of these soon for myself! Thanks for reminding me of how good they were! REPLY Theresa05-04-2013 I just found your website this week. I made these muffins last night and they were amazing! Perfect side to a bowl of soup. I use a Ninja food processor to rice my cauliflower with no water added. You can also toss jalapeños in at same time. I then toss the cheese in the processor to grate. I baked my muffins in silicon muffin cups and they popped right out. Thanks for the great recipe. This one will definitely go into my regular rotation. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny05-06-2013 I haven’t made these in a long time but your comment reminded me that I really should make them again soon! Glad you liked them! :) REPLY Buttoni07-22-2013 These sound wonderful! I know they’ll be good. Very similar to a roll I did a couple years ago, but mine had Italian herbs rather than jalapeno. Will defo try the jalapeno twist! REPLY Michelle07-31-2013 any additional adjustments needed if I use regular flour? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny08-01-2013 Michelle I’m not sure how much more you’d need, but regular flour isn’t nearly as absorbent as coconut flour. I’d increase it to at least 1/3 cup – maybe even 1/2 cup, but it’s hard to say without having tried it first. Let us know if you try it and how much you used! Enjoy! REPLY Pansy08-04-2013 Used the method in the video for mine which are in the oven as I type. So much easier than the food processor method. Only thing is I hit pulse instead of chop and cauliflower came out the texture of grits. I had to use paper towels to absorb all the moisture. But I think that will be perfect for this recipe. We shall see.. REPLY Samantha08-13-2013 Hi Melissa! I’ve bookmarked a whole bunch of your low carb recipes and couldn’t wait to try these, as well as those cauliflower brownies. I made the brownies a few days ago and was pleasantly surprised. These muffins though are amazing, and I see a lot more of them in my future. It sounds like they are being eaten pretty quickly in other homes, but with just me around to eat them, I was wondering, should I be refrigerating them? (The same goes for the brownies too actually). Also, my super picky eater of a boyfriend tried these as well and loved them! Hooray! Thank you! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny08-13-2013 Yes, I would refrigerate or freeze both the muffins and the brownies, just to be on the safe side! So glad you’re enjoying them, and thanks for the feedback! :) REPLY Leslie09-02-2013 Made these tonight because I happened to have all the ingredients on hand- so delicious! Thanks so much for this recipe and all of your other wonderful work. REPLY Natalie Brooks10-01-2013 Try peanut flour and up the protein! Great! REPLY Melissa Romano12-14-2013 Has anyone tried making these as a drop biscuit instead of in a muffin tin? REPLY Alexia03-03-2014 The texture of mine held together but was also a little crumbly. I think they might not hold together as well if you tried them as a drop biscuit. When I put mine in the muffin tin I had to put them down so they stuck together. REPLY Stephanie01-19-2014 These are cooling in my oven as I type. I just snagged one from the oven to share with the hubby because I couldn’t wait any longer. Wow. Just wow. These are keepers. I followed the “ricing” procedure from the link and found it to be quite simple. The whole process was easy and the results are fabulous. Can’t wait for dinner so that I can have another. MMMmmmmmm. REPLY Amanda01-21-2014 Mellissa, these were amazing!!! I made a batch yesterday with the intent to have them around for easy breakfasts the rest of the week… they were ALL gone by bedtime! The main culprit was one of our teens who does NOT eat veggies- I was surprised he even gave one a try, but he loved them and probably would have eaten the whole pan if we weren’t around. This will be one of our regular recipes from now on- THANK YOU so very much! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny01-21-2014 You’re welcome Amanda! I love these too – they are definitely addicting, but in a good way! I love them with eggs, chili or soup, or even slice them in half and make mini ham and cheese sandwiches out of them! Glad they were a hit with your veggie hating teen – that’s always a bonus! :) REPLY garrett the guacamolean02-06-2014 These were pretty good. I riced the cauliflower dry in the food processor instead of using water in the blender. My wife loved them. Thanks REPLY Mellissa Sevigny02-13-2014 Thanks for letting me know that you guys enjoyed them! REPLY Jen02-16-2014 i made these tonight and they were delicious. Thanks so much for sharing. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny02-21-2014 You’re so welcome Jen, glad you liked them!!! REPLY Lindsay Smith02-17-2014 Melissa, These are AMAZING!!!! I made them last night and just ate my first one. I didn’t put the jalapeno in because I don’t like those, but basically these taste like cheesy bread! I’m so excited! Perfect on the go snack to fill me up – will probably be a weekly must have :) REPLY Mellissa Sevigny02-21-2014 These are definitely a game changer for me too Lindsay! So glad you’re enjoying them!!!! REPLY Sandra02-21-2014 I made these last night. OMG, they are terrific! I “riced” my cauliflower in the blender and pretty much ended up with a very very fine texture, not at all like rice. I got worried it would not turn out properly, but, surprise, they did. They tasted even better this morning for breakfast. They really reminded me of corn muffins since my cauliflower was the texture of sand! Thank you so much for your great creativity! REPLY Jan02-23-2014 Melissa, I usually rice my cauliflower in my food processor, but I’d like to try the blender method. I don’t have a high power blender like a Vitamix. Do you think a regular blender would work? REPLY Kathy02-24-2014 I’m making these right now! They are in the oven as I type. I’m sooo excited about these. Tonight I am making a low carb chilli to go along with these and i will report back tomorrow to tell how they turned out and if my family liked them. REPLY Kathy02-25-2014 These were AMAZING. They tasted way better than i could’ve imagined. Being greedy I ate 3 with dinner lol. Thanks so much for the recipe and I absolutely love your site. Tomorrow I’m making my family The Cauliflower bread sticks you mentioned in another post along with zucchini spaghetti. Thanks again. REPLY Alexia03-03-2014 Hi Melissa! I made these yesterday night and they were a hit! I have to make them again using cheddar (I halved the recipe since I only had a half block of pepper jack cheese). I did have a little trouble getting them completely out of the muffin tin, but they were still good! The texture was reminiscent of a corn muffin and they were very rich! I subbed shallot flakes for onions since that’s what I had on hand. Can’t wait to try your other cauliflower recipes! ~Alexia REPLY Deanne03-03-2014 i made these tonight. was really hoping they would be of muffin texture somewhat but they werent. they were like a cheesy cauliflower side dish. putting them in a muffin tin doesnt make them a muffin unless they need more coconut flour?? REPLY Tracy03-23-2014 My turn. In the oven now and with all the good reviews I don’t know if I will be able to wait and let them sit in the oven for an hour! I can’t wait to eat these! The test will be my husband that said “oh no not cauliflower again.” I riced my cauliflower with my food processor and did not have to use any water and that cut some of the preparation time down. So easy to make so I hope they are going to be as delicious because I still have a lot of riced cauliflower that needs to be used up. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny03-23-2014 Well now I’ll be dying to know if they are a hit or not! Let us know what the verdict was, especially with your husband! :) REPLY Lucy03-30-2014 Hi! I’m a college student who lives off-campus and I needed something to pack and take with me while I’m in class all day. These are perfect, thank you so much! REPLY Redeyedtreefr0g04-03-2014 Making these! OMG I have to wait a whole hour now? Torture, I wanna try them now! I basically only had the cauliflower and some eggs as far as ingredients go >.< So, my list of omissions/ substitutions are as follows: no jalapeno, melted bacon grease instead of butter, shredded Mexican cheese blend instead of Parmesan, mozzarella and cheddar cheeses, no onion flakes, no garlic powder, ground flax seed flour instead of coconut flour. We have almond flour but at the price it is, I have been forbidden from further experiments with it :P The "batter" fit perfectly into the muffin pan, and now I'm impatiently waiting for an hour to pass… I'll let you know how they turn out! REPLY Easy Low Carb Recipes04-14-2014 I’m continually amazed at how cauliflower has transformed life for low carbers! Year ago the only thing you found cauliflower standing in for was as a faux mashed potato, now this lowly veggie is the star! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with us. I can see many variations of this in the future. I’m thinking Swiss cheese with chopped ham standing in for some of the cauliflower and a little Dijon mustard. Oh darn, now I’m drooling on my keyboard :) REPLY Nicole04-18-2014 First off, let me say that I never leave comments. But I love your site so much that I had to say thank you! I just made these and they are wonderful! I had to completely omit the coconut flour (since I can’t find any locally), so I was skeptical of how they’d turn out. I made them in a mini-muffin pan, and they’re like delicious, tiny omelet muffins. I can’t wait to make these again- and this is coming from someone who can’t stand the taste of eggs! :) thank you so much for this recipe and your site! REPLY Mellissa Sevigny04-19-2014 Hi Nicole – I’m honored that you broke your “no comment” rule for my muffins lol! So glad you liked these! They are even more authentically “bready” with the coconut flour added, so definitely make them again after you get ahold of some! :) REPLY Erin04-25-2014 These were so delicious, thank you for the recipe. My 2 year old loved them:) REPLY Mellissa Sevigny04-26-2014 Glad they were a hit with the whole family Erin!!!! REPLY Phillip05-11-2014 This is in the oven now for the first time and starting to smell good. I can’t wait!!!! REPLY Jessica05-12-2014 Hi Mellissa, Could you have these Jalapeno & Cheddar Cauliflower Muffins on the first week of a Keto plan? REPLY Mellissa Sevigny05-12-2014 You can mix and match any of the weeks, just don’t go over the 20g net carbs per day and you’re good! REPLY Jessica05-12-2014 Thank you! REPLY mz05-31-2014 Hi Melissa, You said, “12 greased muffin cups”. Do you mean to use those little paper cupcakes inserts in the baking pan, or do you put them directly into the metal muffin tins? I want to try your recipe, it sounds wonderful, but I do not want to mes it up. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny05-31-2014 It’s been awhile since I made them but I’m pretty sure it was the greased tins – if you make them in the paper cups you shouldn’t have to grease them! Enjoy! REPLY Asia06-19-2014 Tried these today and like everything I’ve tried from your site so far, it was AMAZING! So tasty. I am having some oven issues so couldn’t get mine to set up/brown *quite* right… Tops kind of pulled away from the bottoms, if you can picture it, but they are still wonderful and a new household staple, for sure. (Paired with your No Chop Chili? Forget about it. SO tasty.) I think I’ll try to do these in silicone next time… Maybe it’ll be easier for me to get the whole “muffin” out… I don’t know. Don’t want to do them in liners, especially. Hopefully the silicone will be a good compromise! Thanks for sharing, lady. Your recipes are amazing and right up my alley. My palate and I thank you profusely. :) REPLY Cindy Maddux06-28-2014 I have these in the oven right now and OMG! they smell INCREDIBLE!!!!! I can’t wait until I can try one, or two, or . . . well, let’s see how it goes. The timer just went off for the 30 minutes and I shut the oven off. The next hour is gonna seem like and eternity. Thanks so much for this recipe. REPLY Cindy Maddux06-28-2014 Just took them out of the oven. How does 1 hour seem like 6? Anyway, I just had 2 of them and ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?! These are unbelievable!!!!! I almost had to leave the house for the hour it was finishing up because the aroma was driving me crazy. Even the dog kept sniffing around the oven. I didn’t add the jalapenos because I would have paid for it. Love them but they don’t like me at all. So I used a little cayenne pepper for the kick the jalapenos would have given. To rice the cauliflower, I used the Vitamix, but did it in small batches without water because I don’t have a fine mesh strainer to drain the water out. It worked out perfectly. This is such a versatile basic recipe that can be varied in so many different ways. Gonna try with crab meat added next time and a bit of Old Bay Seasoning. Thanks so much for such a great recipe. Definitely sharing. REPLY Mellissa Sevigny06-30-2014 Thanks for the feedback Cindy! I LOVE this recipe and you’re right – you can flavor them in so many different ways! I haven’t made these in awhile but your enthusiastic comments made me want to go shopping RIGHT NOW and get a batch in the oven! Glad you enjoyed them and thanks for taking the time to let me know! :) REPLY Stormie07-21-2014 I just made these last night, but used the half of can of peppers left over from the Cuban Pot roast recipe instead of jalepenos and almond flour instead cuz I still have some of that from the other recipes I’ve made. SUPER delicious, and I love the texture…. How weird… REPLY Mellissa Sevigny07-22-2014 Sounds like a great variation Stormie – can’t wait to try it out myself! REPLY Stormie07-22-2014 I brought some to work to share, and all the ladies loved them! REPLY ConnieS08-01-2014 Mellissa, your site is a God sent!!!! Thank you! Just wanted to tell you that I made these muffins today only to find out that the heating element in my oven had died :( so I quickly changed them over to my microwave muffin pan & nuked them on high for 10 mins in an attempt to try & salvage anything I could. Because nothing browns in there I threw a couple of them under the broiler (which is still ok) and browned them a bit. Believe it or not, they were very “muffin like” all the way through when cooked in the microwave. (and very yummy too!) I can’t even begin to tell you the difference in my life since finding your site. Thank you from the bottom of my healthier heart!!! REPLY Susanne09-23-2014 Just made these for dinner – OMG. This recipe has now joined the list of my all time favorite low carb recipes. YUMMY! REPLY Claire09-26-2014 am currently trying these with almond ‘meal’. :-/ tried to make Almond flower, but my tiny little food processor just wasn’t up to the task, so I’m hoping for a ‘corn meal’ texture. Oh well! I’m sure they will be good either way!! REPLY Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. AdChoices | Advertise | Privacy Food Advertising by Subscribe to our mailing list Food Advertising by For a limited time!! All content on this site including photos and recipes is the property of Ibreatheimhungry.com Read more at http://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/2012/09/jalapeno-cheddar-cauliflower-muffins-3.html#X4QiDdo2o2ueYqTP.99
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