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Best Eggplant Lasagna Recipe – Low Carb and Gluten Free!

Best Eggplant Lasagna Recipe – Low Carb and Gluten Free!

eggplant lasagna recipeAn eggplant lasagana recipe without noodles ?  Of course!  The eggplant slices in my family’s Best Eggplant  Lasagna Recipe are much better than noodles. That makes this healthy eggplant lasagna recipe also Gluten Free.

I have been making this healthy Eggplant Lasagna recipe for many years, even for company.  Without noodles, I knew it would be low in carbs, but now that I am doing a low carb food plan as a committed lifestyle, I thought I would enter my recipe into MyFitnessPal to see what the actual results are. They are at the bottom of the recipe below.

Also people are always asking me for this recipe, so now I have it written down.  One of my teenagers is a vegetarian and even they love this Eggplant Lasagna recipe.  That makes it a winner in my books!  This version has no meat, and so this is also a great meal for Meatless Mondays.

I have made this with both the regular big purple eggplants that you see in the stores, as low carb eggplant lasagna well as the long and narrow Japanese eggplants.  They  both work fine for this recipe and are equally tasty.

Cooking Tip:  For the large purple eggplants, I usually slice them thin, sprinkle with salt and then soak them in a bowl of ice cold water while I assemble all the other ingredients.  My mother always did this and she said it drew out any bitter flavor in the eggplant.  I wonder if she used a different type of eggplant because honestly, I have done it without and I can’t taste the difference in the recipe.  But I am letting you know about this in case the eggplants in your area have a bitter taste.

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Ingredients for my Best Eggplant Lasagna Recipe (Six large servings)

  • 1 large eggplant, sliced very thin
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 cup sharp cheese, grated
  • 1 ½ cup Low Carb pasta sauce
  • 2 cups mozzarella cheese, grated

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How to Layer the Eggplant Lasagna Recipe

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  • Slice the eggplant as thin as you can in rounds. If you own one of these these fancy dancy mandoline slicers, then this would be an excellent way to get nice uniform slices.
  • If you want, follow my tip above the recipe about salting the eggplant.
  • In a bowl, beat the 2 eggs. Add the sour cream and the 1 cup of sharp grated cheese. Whisk until it looks like a creamy sauce. This is the filling.
  • In a large glass or silicon casserole dish, cover the bottom of the dish by spreading ½ cup of the tomato sauce. Put ½ of the eggplant slices on top of the sauce, overlapping the slices to make the first layer.
  • Spread the sour cream mixture over this first layer of eggplant slices. If I wasn’t making a vegetarian version for my son, this is where I would add a layer of hamburger crumbles.
  • Overlap the rest of the eggplant slices on top of the filling. Spread the remaining 1 cup tomato sauce on top of this.
  • Finally, sprinkle the mozzarella cheese on top.
  • Bake for about 45 minutes at about 350F or until cheese is brown and bubbling.

And best of all for my healthy eggplant lasagna recipe there are only 300 calories and 7 net carbs.  Hope you enjoy it!

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Cheesy, low carb, gluten free Eggplant Lasagna

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Low Carb and Gluten Free Easy Cauliflower Casserole

easy cauliflower recipe

Low Carb and Gluten Free Easy Cauliflower Casserole

I have a dilemma sometimes when it comes to cooking.  My teenage son is a vegetarian, my oldest daughter is gluten free and I am Paleo, Low carb and Ketogenic! In fact, I have an entire site dedicated to the Ketogenic lifestyle.  That usually means there is meat involved in my meal.  So when I come across a baked cauliflower recipe that can be eaten as a meal by my veggie son, and it is also cheesy good and low carb, and I can simply add some more protein to mine, well I have to give it a try!

I came across the recipe on Pinterest and traced it down to a paleo site called The Iron You.  Thanks Iron You, this is a fantastic recipe that I will make again!  One of the things that makes this low carb cauliflower recipe so good is the caramelized veggies. I did tweak it a bit to get my ketogenic ratios up, but that is no matter, you can follow the original or add a side salad.

Here is my slightly changed version of this healthy cauliflower casserole recipe, made a little more Keto.

Low Carb Easy Cauliflower Casserole

  • 1 head cauliflower, broken into bite site florets
  • 1 pound button mushrooms, sliced
  • 1 large onion, cut into rings
  • 2 cloves minced garlic
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 c sour cream
  • 1/2 c grated sharp cheddar
  • 1/2 c grated parmesan
  • fresh parsley
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions For Easy Cauliflower Recipe

  1. Heat oven to 425.  Take a casserole dish and rub with a small amount of butter or oil.
  2. Place cauliflower florets into dish in single layer.
  3. Drizzle with 1 tbsp of olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  4. Bake for 15 minutes, toss and turn the cauliflower, then bake another 15 minutes.  The florets should be nicely browned. (Don’t skip this step of roasting the cauliflower, it really makes the dish!)
  5. In a large bowl beat eggs, cheddar and sour cream, set aside.
  6. In large frying pan, saute mushrooms in 1 tbsp oil until they are browning.  Add onion rings and cook until transparent, then add garlic and cook a minute or so more.
  7. Add the cooked cauliflower florets into frying pan and toss around until well combined.  Add all these vegetables into the big bowl of sour cream mixture, mix well and place back into the casserole dish.  Top with the parmesan cheese.
  8. Cover with foil and bake at 350 for 30 minutes.  Uncover and bake for 10 more minutes.  Sprinkle with fresh parsley.

My son absolutely loved this dish!  It was creamy, cheesy and the roasting of the cauliflower gave it much flavor!  I will be making this again and again.

This made 8 servings:  Calories 146, Carbs 8, Fat 9, Protein 8, Fibre 2

(I had it the next day for lunch and I put bacon on top.  Mind blown.)

This easy cauliflower recipe is suitable for Atkins, The 100 diet, Ketogenic, gluten free and any other low carb diet plan.


Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe

miracle cabbage soup diet recipeRecipe for The Cabbage Soup Diet

This is the famous Original Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe.  Before we go any further, I have to tell you that there is nothing magical about this combination of foods.  Feel free to substitute.  I made the soup pictured here with green beans and kale substituted for the carrots to make it lower in carbs.

The Cabbage Soup Diet is a 7 day diet and this soup is eaten every day(along with your other foods).  If you truly follow this diet to the letter, you will need to make this soup twice.

Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe

  • 6 green onions (also called spring onions or scallions)
  • 8 cups water
  • 1 or 2 cans tomatoes
  • 3 carrots (I subbed in kale and green beans to keep it low carb)
  • 1/2 pound sliced mushrooms
  • small bunch celery
  • 1/2 head cabbage
  • 2-3 boullion cubes (I use this:Better than Bouillon)
  • 48 oz Low Sodium V8 or vegetable juice
  • seasonings to taste

(NOTE) Some recipes call for a pack of Lipton onion soup mix.  I never use it, it adds unnecessary crap and this tastes great without it.  Add a big tablespoon of Better than Bouillon instead.

Basically cut and chop everything up and cook in a large pot for a couple hours.  Easy peasy!

Not only can you use this recipe in The Cabbage Soup Diet, it can be used in any of the diets out there.  Hungry after a day of dieting? Eat a bowl of this soup.  Magic!

My kids eat this soup as well and they love it.  Add chicken or beef and take to work as a low carb lunch.  This soup is very versatile.

You can find more recipes for the Cabbage Soup diet in this inexpensive Kindle book: Cabbage Soup Recipes 2.0

The other great thing about the Cabbage Soup diet recipe is that you can eat this soup for several days and save a fortune on groceries!  A great budget stretcher.  I hope you like it!


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The Original Cabbage Soup Diet

Cabbage Soup DietThe Original Cabbage Soup Diet

I have to admit that I really like The Cabbage Soup Diet.  Not as a long term plan of eating, but more as a convenient, cheap and easy way to lose a few pounds in a hurry.

It’s only a 7 day diet, you  go on it, lose 10 pounds, fit into that ‘whatever’  and go on with your life!  Besides,  the cabbage soup recipe itself is really good and I make it quite often.  My kids love it as well!

Here is the Original 7 Day Cabbage Soup Diet Plan:

Day 1: Eat all the fruit you want (no bananas) and soup

Day 2: Eat all the vegetables you want (no starchy veggies) and soup.  For dinner add a baked potato with butter

Day 3: Eat all the fruit, vegetables and soup you want.  No bananas and no potatoes.

Day 4: Eat up to 8 bananas and drink as many glasses of skim milk as you want, along with your soup.

Day 5: Eat 10-20 oz of beef and up to 6 tomatoes.And soup. Extra water on this day.

Day 6: Unlimited beef and vegetables and soup.

Day 7: Brown rice, vegetables and soup.

Pros and Cons of The Original Cabbage Soup Diet:

Pros

  • Rapid weight loss (10-15 lbs)
  • No weighing and measuring, so easy to follow
  • Extremely budget friendly, especially in the fall!

Cons

  • Not meant for a long term food plan
  • Rapid weight loss can cause headaches, dizzyness.
  • The same soup every day can make you a little crazy

Click here for the recipe for the Cabbage Soup Diet.

Bottom Line

Yes, this is a crash diet.  But it can be a great kick starter to a long term plan to include more fruits and vegetables original cabbage soup dietinto your diet. The Cabbage Soup recipe itself has no magic, but it’s a great, economical staple soup to eat often.  And studies show that if you start your meal with soup, you will have less room for other less healthy food.

I also love how budget friendly this diet is.  So ya, I go on this diet here and there and I really like it!


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Gluten Free Low Carb Bread

Gluten Free Low Carb Bread

Gluten Free Low Carb Bread made with Coconut Flour and Flax

Nutiva Organic Coconut Flour, 3 lb.

Low carb diets are what works best for me, but like many people, sometimes I just really miss that bread!

I’m not a big bread person myself, but there are times when I really want it. Poached eggs right? You need something to soak up the yolk. BLT’s? Grilled cheese sandwich?

So when I came across this gluten free low carb bread recipe on Pinterest I decided I was going to give it a try. The secret is using coconut flour!

And besides, I was following very low carb The 100 Diet, and coconut flour is a freebie flour, so a great way to add some variety!

This recipe comes from a site called Joyful Abode.  Thanks to them for coming up with this!

Anyways, here is the recipe so you can make your own low carb bread:

Gluten Free Low Carb Bread with Coconut and Flax

  • 1 c coconut flour, sifted (I prefer this Organic Coconut Flour)
  • 1 c flax seeds, ground and sifted (I grind my own in a coffee grinder)
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp baking soda

Pre-heat oven to 325.  Sift these first 4 ingredients into a bowl.low carb bread

  • 10 eggs
  • 1/2 c coconut oil, melted
  • 1/3 c plain full fat yogurt
  • 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  1. Whisk the eggs, coconut oil, yogurt and vinegar in a large bowl.
  2. Mix the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients. (Mine was very stiff)
  3. Put batter into a loaf pan.  I only use these silicone loaf pans now, the bread just pops right out!
  4. Bake for 50-60 minutes (Mine in the photo was baked for 60 minutes)
  5. Let it cool in the pan for a few minutes, then turn it out onto a board or wire rack to finish cooling.  Let it cool completely for cutting.

Sliced into 18 pieces, it is 6.5 carbs (for the 100 diet) per slice or 2.5 net carbs (for Atkins).

And of course this is what I had for breakfast the next morning!   Poached eggs on low carb bread, toasted. Oh yeah, baby!

TIP:  Toast the bread twice to get it crisp enough!

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Coconut flour used to be hard to find and very pricey but check out the variety of brands and price points on Amazon.

This recipe can be used on: The 100 Diet, Atkins diet, Virgin Diet, Scarsdale Diet(Protein bread)

I hope you enjoy this low carb coconut flour bread! Let me know in the comments below!

 

 

Other ingredients you need for the gluten free low carb bread and staples for your pantry you can check out!


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The Omni Diet

The Omni DietThe Omni Diet

The Omni Diet has been ‘scientifically designed’ by Tana Amen, BSN,RN to help you lose up to 12 pounds in 2 weeks.

The book The Omni Diet: The Revolutionary 70% PLANT + 30% PROTEIN Program to Lose Weight, Reverse Disease, Fight Inflammation, and Change Your Life Forever is available on Amazon.

In my research I keep coming across the phrase ‘high protein, plant based diet’.  What?!  A plant based diet with meat protein.   The diet is also described as a Gorilla Plan for eating.

So basically the plan is that you eat like a gorilla.  Did anybody over there bother to Google the phrase “What do Gorilla’s eat?’ ?

Gorilla’s eat greens, with maybe a few insects that happen to be on the leaves.  In fact, in my hometown of Vancouver, BC we have a restaurant called Gorilla Food which is a raw, vegan restaurant.

So far I’m confused about this diet!  But let’s continue on, because I am nothing if not persistent!

On the Omni Diet you try to aim for 70% plant food and 30% protein.  There is no dairy, sugar, grain, processed food, alcohol, soy, corn, pasta and all those other refined and processed foods we should not eat!  So that is definitely a good thing.

Pros and Cons of the Omni Diet

Pros

This is a really healthy diet! They eliminate all those known baddies.

Whole foods that are easily available.

Eliminates those weight busting foods so you WILL lose weight.

No weighing and measuring of foods

Cons

The ‘Eat like a Gorilla’ marketing plan is dumb (nothing to do with the diet but come on!)

So while I seem to be stuck on this whole Gorilla thing, take that away and I like the eating plan itself. Honestly, we eat way too much of all that processed crap and a diet like this can get you back to what real food is.  Tana Amen had great credentials as does her husband ( a brain doctor no less!) and they also have other books and supplements you can check out.

In fact, I did not realize until I was looking at their books on Amazon that I actually own three of Dr. Daniel Amen’s books on ADHD!  The man knows his brain chemistry!


 

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The Primal BluePrint

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The Primal Blueprint

I wasn’t exactly sure how I should name this because I know it best as Mark’s Daily Apple.  Mark being Mark Sisson and Daily Apple being his amazing blog. But overall, the program he has published and promotes is called The Primal Blueprint.  This program encompasses a whole series of products and services ranging from his blog to supplements and even hosting retreats and conventions for the primal lifestyle.

I am a long time subscriber to the blog and have learned a great deal from that. But getting the book and going all in is another experience altogether.  The Primal Blueprint is not just about what you are eating.  It is a complete blueprint for everything that could touch your health and well being.  Everything is on the table, how much sleep you get, how you move your body and how often, sun exposure, this is a complete lifestyle makeover.

Pros and Cons of The Primal Blueprint

Pros

No processed foods on this eating plan

Addresses more than just the food

Cons

No grains or legumes (Note: this is not a con for Paleo people!)

Supplementation is really pushed on this particular program.

Still, if you have been curious about paleo, this is a great place to start.

 

 

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Primal Fuel (Chocolate Coconut, 30 Servings)

 

 

Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals: Delicious, Primal-approved meals you can make in under 30 minutes (Primal Blueprint Series)

 

The 21 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan

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The 21 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan

The 21 Day Sugar Detox is the brainchild of Diana Sanfilippo, author of Practical Paleo (a fantastic book that I own!).  That said, you do not have to be following the paleo diet in order to benefit from this program. Like the title says, it is only 21 days and the goal of the program is to lose your taste for sugar and other sweetness.

I have tried this myself a couple times and the way it is laid out makes a whole lot of sense.  It takes about 21 days to break a habit, so the time frame is good.  When I have done it, even a simple piece of fruit tastes really sweet after three weeks of nothing sweet!

You get everything you need to start the program the minute you buy it ($37). You download the food plan, the shopping list, bonus materials for working out and taking supplements.  There are many people on Facebook and in forums who are doing it.  There are websites with incredible recipes.  I plan to do this twice a year just for the detox opportunity.

Pros and Cons of the 21 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan:

The Good Things

  • Cheap!  Only $37 with no weekly or monthly fees
  • Three levels you can follow, depending on your situation
  • Group support from others (online only)
  • No processed foods, all food is ‘real’ food and readily available.
  • Gluten free

And the Not so Great

  • The group support needs to be sought out by you and is only online
  • Three weeks with very minimal fruit can be tough!

Why Should You Do a Sugar Detox?

Well, I am not saying that you are addicted to sugar. But think about how much sugar the average person in 21 day sugar detox freedeveloped countries is eating or drinking.

And I’m not even talking about the overt in your face sugars that we consume in soda pop, donuts and candy. I’m also talking about all the sugars that are hiding from you. Like that Grande Mocha Frappocino. And things like maltodextrin and high fructose corn syrup. And the ones that have different names that you can’t possibly spell or recognize.

And what about the foods that are not actually sugar but turn to sugar the second they hit your bloodstream.

Our bodies are bombarded daily with sugars and chemicals that mimic sugar and turn to sugar. No wonder we are suffering from diabetes and obesity at rates never before seen in spite of all the information we have at our fingertips.

We are no longer eating real food. We are eating food like products.

The 21 Day Sugar Detox takes you back to basics. Back to the way we ate when we grew our food and still controlled our dinner plates. We can take back that control if we just give it 21 days.

 

If you are ready to give it a try, or want more details, click on the banner:

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Good Luck!

Kristen’s Raw Food Diet Plan

Raw Food DietKristen’s Raw Food Diet Plan

Kristen’s Raw is a website and resource for people who want to experiment with a raw food vegan diet.  What I like about Kristen Suzanne is that while she eats a lot of raw food and has an amazing repetoire of  raw food meals and recipes, she does not advocate that you have to be 100% raw in order to get the benefits.

She has a series of ebooks, she has published books available on Amazon and she has a blog and website full of useful information and recipes.

Pros and Cons of Raw Food Diet Plan

Pros

  • How can raw fruits and veggies be bad for you!?  You eat lots of healthy food.
  • Many people experience rapid weight loss on a raw food diet
  • No weighing and measuring, you just eat your fill of raw and healthy foods

Cons

  • A lot of dogma in the raw food world will have you thinking it’s all or nothing (which is why I like Kristen)
  • Eating 100% raw vegan foods means you are likely going to have to supplement
  • Raw Food Vegan diet is not cheap, you have a lot of hyped up superfoods to pay for!

So now for my personal experience.  I actually was 100% on a raw food diet plan for 7 months.  I felt great, but we discovered that I have severe anemia.  It wasn’t caused by being on a raw foods plan, I have always had trouble absorbing iron.  So I do now eat meat again.  But I still eat many of my favorite raw foods recipes!

Here are a couple of raw food recipes that I make all the time just to give you an idea.  Mango salsaMango Lime raw food diet planshake and Kale Chips.

Because I was raw for those few months, I also own several excellent raw food books.  My favorites are Raw and Simple, Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen and Green for Life.

I am totally for people upping the raw content of their diets.  You don’t have to be 100% raw to enjoy the benefits of adding more fruits and veggies into your diet.  Any of those books will help you do that and go a long way to take your health to the next level.  You may be surprised at what can happen when you bring even a little bit of a raw food diet plan into your life!

Leave a comment below if you have any experience with a raw food diet plan!

 

 

The Virgin Diet

The Virgin DietThe Virgin Diet

Designed by J.J. Virgin, the basic premise of the Virgin diet is that there are 7 foods that are the biggest triggers for all that ails us, including obesity.  These 7 foods are responsible for allergies and other health problems and by eliminating them, we will solve many issues including weight issues.  These 7 foods are:

  1. Soy
  2. Corn
  3. Gluten
  4. Dairy
  5. Sugar and Artificial sweeteners
  6. Eggs
  7. Peanuts

The Virgin Diet program does lay out a very natural and healthy way of eating that could benefit the whole family. It could also be a long term way of eating if one was committed not only to weight loss, but also to eating only the highest quality food.

Week one promises 7 pounds in 7 days, so a nice start to a new way of life!

 

Pros and Cons of The Virgin Diet

Pros

Extremely healthy foods, lots of fruit and veggies

No weighing and measuring of foods

Online support groups

Cons

Hard to maintain long term unless you are committed to eliminating these 7 items from your diet

They are promoting a product called  ‘The Virgin Diet Shake’

 

I actually want to try this diet, more as a long term way of eating after I have used some of these other diets to get all my weight off!  If I was to have a ‘perfect diet’ this would be it!  I would love to hear from people who have used this program.



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The 12 Day Grapefruit Diet Plan

12 Day Grapefruit DietThe 12 Day Grapefruit Diet Plan

The 12 Day Grapefruit Diet Plan (also known as the Grapefruit and Egg Diet) has been around for decades.  I would have to say that it is probably the very first diet I ever went on.

I always knew when my Mom had some event to attend because she would come home from the grocery store loaded up with her eggs and grapefruits! I think she probably got it from Good Housekeeping magazine or Readers Digest, which back then was the news source for all housewives of the day!

Back then it seemed like there was something magical about the combination of eggs, grapefruit and black coffee.  But it seems that really it was a combination of being low in calories along with the grapefruit, which current studies are showing to be quite useful in promoting weight loss!

One word of caution:  If you are taking any medications at all, ask your pharmacist if it is one of those medications that can interact with grapefruit.

Basic Egg Grapefruit Diet Menu12 Day Grapefruit Diet Plan

  • Breakfast is the same every day: 2 eggs with 2 slices bacon, 1/2 grapefruit, 1 c black coffee or tea
  • Lunch: This would normally be a salad, beef,chicken or fish, 1/2 grapefruit, black coffee or tea
  • Dinner: Same as lunch: salad, beef,chicken or fish, 1/2 grapefruit, black coffee or tea

You stay on it for 12 days, take a 2 day break and the do it all over again.

Pros and Cons of Egg and Grapefruit Egg Diet

Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker

The Good Things

  • Rapid weight loss
  • Gluten Free and Low Carb
  • Very easy to follow as you don’t count calories, carbs or points

And The Bad

  • Very low calorie diets make some people tired and lethargic
  • Boring and restrictive!
  • Grapefruit can react with many medications – be sure to check!

Norpro 1280 Stainless Steel Grapefruit Spoons, Set of 4

 

 

Unlike many diets, you don’t need much in the way of special ingredients or kitchen equipment to do this.

Grapefruit spoons are nice to have and so is an egg cooker. I really love my Dash Go!  It cooks my eggs exactly how I like them which is in the picture above.  Firm whites but semi soft in the middle.  Yummy!

I would microwave a few days worth of bacon for the breakfast (lay bacon on a some paper towels and cover with more layers of paper towels and nuke for about 5 minutes).

And that’s really it!



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