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Meat Tenderloin a la King

Serves: 4

CarbsPerServing: 5 Prep Time: no more than 10 min

Effort: Easy


3 Tablespoons Knorr brand french onion soup mix, or to taste

1 cup heavy cream1 1/2 pounds meat tenderloin, cut into 1-inch pieces

1 8oz package mushrooms, trimmed and quartered

How to Prepare:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a bowl, mix soup mix and cream. In a casserole sprayed with cooking spray (for easy clean up), combine meat and mushrooms. Pour cream mixture over meat and mix well to combine. Cover with foil and bake for 25-30 min or until cooked through. This is wonderful and you could probably try this with beef or chicken. Enjoy!!!!!!


Something Strawberry

Serves: 2

CarbsPerServing: Very Low

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Effort: Easy


1 Cup 1% milk

1/4 Cup of Splenda6 Strawberries diced

1 Glass of Ice

1 small squirt fat free strawberry syrup

How to Prepare:

Blend in blender until ice is crushed and smooth. ENJOY! Italian Cream Soda

Serves: 1

CarbsPerServing: 1 gram

Prep Time: About 2 min.

Effort: Easy


One Tall Glass Full of Ice

1 Table Spoon Cream or Half and HalfOne Can Club Soda Chilled if You Want

Your Choice Torani Sugar Free Syrup

How to Prepare:

Put ice into glass. Mix cream and syrup in small glass before pouring into tall glass( do this or the cream will get a weird texture.) Pour cream mixture into glas, then add club soda, mix. Ta-daa, now you have a very grubbinesque soda.


Low Carb Weiner Schnitzel

CarbsPerServing: no counts provided

Effort: Easy Ingredients:

1 Veal Cutlets

1 bag meat Rinds

2 Eggs

3 tablespoons oil — (3 to 4)

How to Prepare:

Beat the eggs in a bowl. Crush the meat rinds real good in a bag and pour into a separate bowl. Heat the oil in a pan. Dip the cutlets first in the beaten eggs and then into the crushed meat rinds getting them fully coated.

Fry cutlets in the oil until nicely browned and serve. Top with a fried egg to make it even better. Not like Mom used to make but not bad if you’re hankering for some quick German grub!

Auf Wiedersehn



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