British Adventures in Low-Carb Cooking

Tag: Vegetarian

Capricciosa ‘Pasta’

Capricciosa ‘Pasta’

Words cannot describe just how much I love this pasta dish, and I think it may actually have surpassed my Chorizo, Aubergine and Tomato recipe as my new favourite! I liked it so much, and it’s SO easy to prepare that I had it twice […]

Cabbage Soup

Cabbage Soup

I very nearly didn’t post this, because who’s interested in cabbage soup?! Then I changed my mind, because it really is lovely – a proper winter warmer and fantastic if you’re not feeling too well. I make mine with a little pre-made carrot and swede […]

Cheesy Roast Broccoli Pasta

Cheesy Roast Broccoli Pasta

This is a great, quick meal that requires pretty standard fridge ingredients and works well if you’ve used up a lot of your protein allowance for the day! There’s loads of variations that can be made as well – add fried bacon or prawns, use […]

Lemon Shortbread Biscuits

Lemon Shortbread Biscuits

Not going to lie, these are horribly addictive but fortunately sweet enough that I can only really manage a couple at a time! They have the dry, crumbly texture of shortbread and the lemon brings a beautiful tartness. Seriously good with an afternoon cuppa and […]

Almond Pancakes with Blueberries & Lemon Cream

Almond Pancakes with Blueberries & Lemon Cream

American-style pancakes are a kind big deal in our home. Husband is a massive fan and will happily eat them for breakfast every weekend. This is my personal Keto take on them. I prefer almond flour, but if you wish to use coconut flour instead, […]

Garlic Roast Vegetables

Garlic Roast Vegetables

I’ve filed this post under meal ideas, because it’s another that’s easily adaptable to the veg that you happen to have in the fridge!  Personal favourites are combinations of cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts, green beans, aubergine, courgettes etc. Essentially the idea is the same; chop […]

Raspberry ‘Cheesecake’

Raspberry ‘Cheesecake’

‘Creamy Jelly’ has been a staple dessert and means for me to increase my fats, but I wanted to experiment and see if it could be made more cheesecake-like. Apparently it can 🙂 I’ll probably tweak this a bit more to include some real fruit […]

A Fathead Dough Variation

A Fathead Dough Variation

This week I really, really fancied boiled eggs, but in the absence of anything suitable to dunk in them, I decided to whip up a big batch of dough so I could freeze some for next week, and use the remainder to make ‘Soldiers’ with. […]