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Carbs In Brussel Sprouts

from POPSUGAR Fitness UK

No Bread Needed: 22 Low-Carb Snack Ideas

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Bacon and Brussels Sprouts Gratin. Bacon, cheese and Brussels Sprouts all baked in a creamy sauce. Sub-pork rinds/Parmesan for bread crumbs

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from sheerluxe.com

Warm Winter Salad Recipes

Whilst the cold weather tends to conjure up the desire for carbs and slow-cooked stews, such a change in diet isn’t great news for our waistlines. If you’re keen to keep it healthy, opt for a warm salad instead; these satisfying recipes are substantial enough to curb winter cravings, simply switch raw ingredients for cooked quinoa or roasted veg and enjoy the nutritional benefits of fresh food with a heartier feel.

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Remove outer leaves from sprouts, and trim. Halve the sprouts by cutting through the stem end. Cook in lightly salted

from Jo-Lynne Shane

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Caramelized Onions

Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe with Bacon and Caramelized Onions Roasted brussels sprouts are pretty darn good in their own right, but add bacon and caramelized onions, and you’ve got a decadent treat! This makes a great Thanksgiving side dish. Click through for the recipe... Jo Lynne Shane

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from Six Sisters' Stuff

Easy Baked Salmon

My trick for cooking brussel sprouts is to buy them frozen the in ready to steam bag. Cook them as directed on the package. Once they are cooked put them on one side of the salmon. Place the raw asparagus on the other side of the of the salmon. Season to taste & bake at 400 for 20 minutes until salmon is cooked in thickest spot.

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from sheerluxe.com

Warm Winter Salad Recipes

Whilst the cold weather tends to conjure up the desire for carbs and slow-cooked stews, such a change in diet isn’t great news for our waistlines. If you’re keen to keep it healthy, opt for a warm salad instead; these satisfying recipes are substantial enough to curb winter cravings, simply switch raw ingredients for cooked quinoa or roasted veg and enjoy the nutritional benefits of fresh food with a heartier feel.

from What A Girl Eats

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts with Roasted Red Pepper Flakes, Garlic and Parmesan Cheese.

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