Low Carb Casseroles: 25 Tasty Casseroles Recipes That Are Surprisingly Low Carb: (low carbohydrate, high protein, low carbohydrate foods, l (Paperback)

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Low Carb Casseroles: 25 Tasty Casseroles Recipes That Are Surprisingly Low Carb

Casseroles are the cure all of dinners. Whether you have a bunch of left overs sitting in your fridge, have picky eaters, or don't know how to get veggies into your meals more, casseroles are the answer.

They are fast, easy to make, and can be made in advance. They are easy to clean up after, and you can freeze them for a rainy day. There really is no end to the ways casseroles can help you out.

There does tend to be one drawback, however, if you are searching for recipes... most casseroles contain carbs. And I'm not talking about just a few carbs... most casseroles are loaded. Whether it be from all that pasta that is inside or that breading on top, casseroles and carbs tend to go hand in hand.

So what are you to do? You have been doing your best to stay on that low carb diet, and you religiously follow the rules you have set... so does that mean you have to forego eating casseroles?

Not at all This book is your personal hero when it comes to low carb casseroles. Featuring enough casseroles to last you nearly a month, you aren't going to have a problem finding one that suits your hungry needs... and stay on your diet all at the same time

These casseroles are perfect for any occasion... a normal weeknight or a holiday, you decide They are all:
  • Healthy
  • Delicious
  • Easy
  • Fast
  • Inexpensive
  • Satisfying

Product Details
ISBN: 9781541387669
ISBN-10: 154138766X
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: January 1st, 2017
Pages: 36
Language: English



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New Hope for American Art

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