Bacon Dijon Broccoli Salad – Easy, Low Carb & Keto Friendly!

Bacon Dijon Broccoli Salad

As a kid, I was a very picky eater. Broccoli was one of the only vegetables I would really eat, and even then, it had to be smothered in cheese. A whole lot has changed as far as the foods I will eat, but one thing hasn’t changed – I still love broccoli! This Bacon Dijon Broccoli Salad is quick and easy to make, and it is loaded with some of the best ingredients around (broccoli, cheese and BACON!). This salad just happens to be low carb and Keto friendly (only 4 net carbs), but it is a delicious recipe that anyone will enjoy!

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Quick and Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu – Only 1 Net Carb!

Quick and Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu

Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of those classic recipes that so many people love and it will never go out of style. It isn’t always the easiest thing to make, however and it also isn’t great for the waistline. This Quick and Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu takes only about 15 minutes to make, and it has just 307 calories and 1 net carb per serving. This is a great simple recipe for a fast weeknight dinner, and it is also amazing for anyone living a low carb or keto lifestyle. Serve this with some fresh veggies, a crisp salad or even some rice or potatoes.

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Sheet Pan Asparagus, Tomatoes and Bacon with Dijon Vinaigrette

I love the idea of sheet pan side dishes and meals, I really like being able to throw everything on one pan and go. Unfortunately, a lot of these sheet pan dishes, to me, can lack in flavor. I happened to have some asparagus left after making my asparagus, brie and prosciutto tart, so I decided to create an easy and flavorful sheet pan side dish that could be served with a weeknight dinner, to guests or even at a large gathering.

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Spiral Ham with a Brown Sugar, Honey & Dijon Glaze

Spiral Ham with a brown sugar, honey and dijon glaze.

The first time I hosted an Easter brunch at my house, I was terrified because I had never prepared a ham. It has always been one of those things that my Nanny took care of, and she does it so well that there really isn’t a need for anyone else to know how. After we moved out of state though, we started hosting different holidays at our house and I had to learn quickly. I found a recipe similar to this one online somewhere, and it has evolved into this Spiral Ham with a Brown Sugar, Honey & Dijon Glaze.

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