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10 Low Carb Family Dinners| One Pot Recipes


A Hearty low card soup for your weekly dinner Hot & Creamy Carrot and Cauliflower Soup. It’s also vegan, dairy free, quick and easy, delicious and nutritious, Budget-friendly, a real crowd pleaser and more importantly kids-friendly!

Shredded Beef casserole In such weather a hot stew or spicy food is always welcome. The distinctive flavour of cloves in this recipe is the star. It brings warmth and depth to the whole dish and of course it’s another way of using some beneficial spices. Some of the benefits of clove are that it aids in digestion, helps control blood sugar, boosts the immune system and provides relief from inflammation and pain. Here are some more benefits to cloves.

Planning, planning and a little more planning, that’s the trick to feeding yourself and your family right and on time.  White Bean and Spinach Soup using Beans that are an excellent source of protein and spinach are high in Iron, and Vitamin C. Celery not only adds flavour here but also helps as a liver cleanse.

A Chicken and Fennel Casserole Made in 1 hr 30 minutes. A touch of Moroccan Ras-el-Hanout with a warming and comforting feel, not to mention a little-shaved fennel to aid the digestive system.

Vegan Callaloo Soup. Make it or save the recipe so you can make it later. I cooked for two days so you can reduce the ingredients or make a big batch and freeze the rest.

This Mauritian White Bean and Aubergine Curried Stew was prepared in a pressure cooker. Although the pressure cooker is the quickest, you could also use a pot or a slow cooker.

Don’t be bored with this all year round nutritious vegetable; there are so many tasty dishes you could make with them. Have you tried a Hot Carrot and Coriander Soup yet!

Try this quick and easy Helda Beans and Anchovy stew for a tasty surprise. Anchovies are a great source of omega 3 essential fatty acid plus you don’t quite get the fishy taste with this stew. It’s strangely quite subtle. If you’re wondering what on earth Helda Beans are they’re also called Flat Beans. If you’re still lost well they’re quite like runner beans. They’re flat, stringless green beans with a smooth skin.

spicy lamb and split pea curry will definitely surprise you with the spiciness and aroma. Reduce the chilli quantity if feeding little ones. Spices are full of antioxidants and flavour.

I love Boiled Egg Curries, do you? Eggs are a good source of high protein and budget friendly. More than half the protein of an egg is found in the egg white along with B2. The whites are rich sources of selenium, vitamin D, B16, B12, and minerals such as zinc, Iron and copper.

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