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DiscDiva Sun, Nov-11-07 10:55

vegaskelly, thanks for posting these recipes! My husband has been going crazy that we don't "cook" anymore and these recipes should be right up his alley! Keep posting! It's better to hear from someone who's actually tried them than a cookbook!

vegaskelly Thu, Jan-24-08 20:57

Mock Homestyle Mac & Cheese
Got this from the forums here.
Haven't tried this yet but I'm putting Tofu on the shopping list for this weekend. I'll let ya know!
Mock Homestyle Mac & Cheese

tsty1 Fri, Jan-25-08 15:01

I think your receipes are great!!!! I cant wait to try some!! You look great!!

willow972 Fri, Apr-11-08 15:42

Originally Posted by sphinxy
Kelly just wanted to say congratulations on your weight loss, you are doing sooooo good.

I'm just starting over and seeing the changes in people really helps me stick with it.


Hey Claudia,
I have friends in Grass Valley...they own a shop called The Sacred Bee. I really love that area. Just thought I'd say hello :wave: to a fellow LCer

willow972 Mon, Apr-14-08 09:43

Made the low-carb lasagna this weekend...YUMMO!! It was great and I have leftovers for the week and I will most likely vaccum pack & freeze a few pieces.

YukonRose Sat, Jun-07-08 13:15

Originally Posted by vegaskelly
I used to cook this a lot when I first started low carbing. It is perfect when you are having a craving for Chinese food but don't want to cheat!

Fried "Rice"

I will be saving this one. Thanks! :)

npatt Mon, Apr-27-09 08:16

I have to ask about this "rice". I am not a fan of cauliflower and am hesitant to try this. But if there is anyone else out there that doesn't like cauliflower, but likes it like this, please let me know.


FireAnt1 Wed, May-20-09 15:58

Did you really put 2 cups of Splenda in the french toast recipe? That seems like waaaayyyy too much.

sphinxy Mon, Jun-08-09 21:32

Hi Willow, I am sorry I didn't reply sooner. I was in Sacred Bee in February. It's a great store! I got incense.

earthwalke Mon, Mar-18-13 15:29

where is the recipe???? I,m looking for the Low carb Lasagna one

Rosebud Mon, Mar-18-13 19:40

Originally Posted by earthwalke
where is the recipe???? I,m looking for the Low carb Lasagna one

If you go back to the post where Vegas Kelly has posted the picture of her low carb lasagna, you'll see the words, "low carb lasagna" underlined. Just click on that, and you'll come to the nutrition page. There is a link to "view recipe" there. :)

vegaskelly Tue, Aug-06-13 19:53

Deep Dish Pizza II
No pic yet, about to cook this up!
Deep Dish Pizza II

quicksand Wed, Aug-07-13 16:55

You really rock Kelly keep going and thanks

lkelley36 Tue, Apr-14-15 09:55

Originally Posted by vegaskelly

Low Carb Lasagna
I think this is one of the best recipes yet. I served it to a non lowcarber and he said it was the best lasagna he had ever tasted. :agree:

When I click on the link, I just get the nutrition value...where is the recipe? Looks Yum!!!!


ooops!!! I found it!!!! lolol!!! Yum!!!

vegaskelly Mon, Nov-23-20 18:20

Low Carb Taco Casserole

2 lb Ground Turkey
2 tbsp Taco Seasoning
1 cup Salsa
16 oz Cottage Cheese
8 oz Cheddar Cheese (shredded)


Preheat the oven to 400 degrees
Brown the ground meat and taco seasoning in a fry pan, breaking up the chucks of meat until cooked through.
In a large bowl mix cottage cheese, salsa, and 1 cup of the cheddar cheese. Set aside.
Add the ground meat to the bottom of an 11 x 13 casserole dish and spread evenly. Spread cheese and salsa mix on top of the meat and sprinkle the remaining cheese on top.
Place the casserole dish in the oven and bake for 15 - 20 minutes until cooked through and the cheese is hot and bubbly.

Nutritional Info

vegaskelly Mon, Nov-23-20 18:34

Fried Chicken Patties

1 can (10 ounces) white chunk chicken
1/4 cup Almond Flour
1 egg
salt & pepper
3 tbs butter


1. Drain the chicken, place it in a mixing bowl and mash it well.
2. Add the almond flour, egg, salt and pepper to taste and mix well. Form into 4 patties.
3. Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat. Saute the patties in the butter, turning carefully, until very golden on both sides. This should take about 7-10 minutes for each side. Done!

Yield: 2 servings

Nutritional Info

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