These little low carb pizza bites make perfect snacks or party foods. Just cheese, sauce, and your favorite pizza meats and veggies are all you need! But be sure you use finely shredded mozzarella, that’s the key to getting them to stay together in one delicious little bite. Do you have party plans in the near future? Need an easy appetizer that anyone can enjoy? Say hello to my little… Continue Reading
When you want pizza now, or dinner should have been in the oven 20 minutes ago, you don’t have time for slowly simmering a pizza sauce. And, if you’re a Trim Healthy Mama, you know it’s not always easy to find a store-bought sauce with no added sugar. My 5 Minute Homemade Pizza Sauce is almost as fast as opening a jar of store bought sauce and contains no off-plan… Continue Reading
Quick and easy, this creamy berry quinoa bowl makes a delicious breakfast. Quinoa is a wonderful, grain-free energizing carb source for the Trim Healthy Mama, so if you can’t do oats, give this a try! It’s a cold bowl and if you already have cooked quinoa on hand it’s ready in 5 minutes or less. It’s also delicious warm! Have you ever tried quinoa? Maybe the name in itself throws… Continue Reading
Boundaries. They’re important for countries, states, cities, and property. They’re essential for healthy relationships, though not always easy to define and defend. But have you thought about setting and respecting boundaries for yourself and how this may affect your THM journey? I had an amazing insight into this early in the morning and had to share it with you! The Scene: Standing by the kitchen sink looking out at the… Continue Reading
Rich, creamy, low carb cheesecake studded with chocolate chips on a peanut butter crust…no one will even suspect this delicious dessert is sugar free!
Rich, creamy, and packed with flavor this chunky blue cheese dip is simple to prepare. Give it a few hours of chilling in the fridge for best flavor. It’s a perfect dip for fresh veggies and fabulous on wings. Bonus: it’s a dip everyone will love – THMs, low carbers, and regular eaters too.