I have once again, recommitted myself to the Keto Lifestyle. I don't do this because I am trying the next crazy diet fad in desperation to lose weight. Rather, I follow the keto diet because I did some biohacking and discovered this is the best eating style for my body.
I have struggled in some areas. I miss certain foods and get tempted to go off track. One of the major foods I have had problems with is my morning coffee. I am a lover of super sweet Starbucks drinks. I struggled for a long time until I found some KETO CREAMER I could love and satistify my cravings. Another food I miss greatly are the crunchy ones such as crackers and chips. Again, I discovered a cracker I could love and a chip that I actually crave now. Yet another area is potatoes. It isn't so much that I love potatoes, my son loves them. So I am cooking potatoes in every way frequently. Let's be honest here, I don't think it is fair that I have to cook him something and not be able to enjoy as well.
So I'm not one to follow the rules, INCLUDING recipes! I cut out half of the seasonings and substitute a lot. Mainly because a lot of the meals I make I make from random things I have in my cabinet. This Lasagna soup was one of those meals. I found a couple cans of different kinds of tomatoes, some turkey in the freezer, and of course, I had my Flavor God to the rescue. I made some delicious Lasagna Soup. It's been getting slightly chilly outside so i figured it might be a great day to get some soup on the table. This dinner is so easy and my granddaughter helped make it too!
I am all about quick fix meals. My life seems to always be on the go, never knowing what will happen in the next five minutes. This crazy, on the go, always changing lifestyle makes it hard to stick to a "diet" or to lose weight. Finally, I realized I had to find a way to eat food I really enjoyed, that was healthy AND that was quick. I needed real food for a real lifestyle.
Just in the last two weeks, I have dialed in on my healthy nutrition, eating fast cook meals and have lost 3.6 pounds. Woot woot!! Ok, ok, back to my post about quick, healthy meals. In my need for things quick, I threw together and created this Healthy, Gut Healing Recipe that can be made in 10 minutes or less.
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I can't believe I actually cooked a whole Spaghetti Squash in the Crockpot. That is super cool. ?
I have included a yummy, healthy Spaghetti Squash Recipe in this blog. But First - we need to know how to cook your Spaghetti Squash. One of my favorite, easiest ways to cook my Spaghetti Squash is in my crockpot. There are other options such as in the oven or microwave. However, this post is How to Cook a Whole Spaghetti Squash in the Crockpot. Are you ready for this? It can get complicated so hold onto your hats. LOL.........If you want to use the crockpot method to cook your whole Spaghetti Squash, here we go - You wash squash, pierce 6-8 times and place in crockpot, whole with 1 cup water. Cook 8 hrs on low or 6 hours on high. Remove from crockpot, cut in half, remove seeds, scrape out spaghetti squash. Taaaa Daaaaa. Now you are the proud owner of a whole cooked Spaghetti Squash.
So now what will you do???? How about a Spaghetti Squash Pasta Bake. This recipe is Gluten Free, Clean Eating, Healthy, Dairy Free, 21 Day Fix Friendly, Paleo and Sugar Free. Please Note: Check the labels of the products you are going to use in the recipe to ensure there is no added sugar, gluten, dairy, etc.
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