Garlic Cauliflower “Mac” & Cheese:

1/4 head of Cauliflower

3 tablespoons of butter

4 cloves of garlic

dollop of cream

1 1/2 cup of any type of cheese

Cut the cauliflower into bite sized pieces and boil until just a little soft. Now put the garlic in a pot with 1 tablespoon of the butter. Once the butter is infused with the garlic, add the cauliflower and the rest of the butter. Let the cauliflower brown a little bit for extra crunch. Now add the cream and cheese and stir on med-high heat until the cheese is all melty and incorporated. Top with some chives and grated parmesan if desired. Eat while hot for an easy, low-carb meal!


Mexican Veggie Salad:

Decide on the quantities for each according to your liking

corn kernels

red and yellow peppers, diced

broccoli florets

chicken breasts, cut into cubes


cajun seasoning

jalapeno hot sauce

Put the garlic (diced up) in a pan with some olive oil until garlic is infused. Add the peppers and corn and stir on high heat until nice and roasty. Move to medium heat and add the chicken and broccoli. Sprinkle as much or as little cajun seasoning as you want. Continue to cook until all the veggies are a little brown and the chicken is cooked. Serve with a little bit of fresh mozzarella and some sliced, wholewheat flatbread for a hearty, easy meal.


Strawberry, Avocado, Bacon and Mozzarella Sandwich:

sliced strawberries

balsamic vinegar


jalapeno sauce

bacon- cooked crispy

fresh mozzarella

Lightly cook the strawberries covered in a little bit of balsamic vinegar in a pan, then put them off to the side. Mash the avocado slightly with some jalapeno sauce. Get a piece of bread or flat bread and put one side on the pan with a little bit of olive oil. Put the mozzarella on the bread until melted, then take it off. Slather some avocado and strawberries, then finish my adding a couple pieces of crispy bacon. Keep the sandwich open-faced or put another piece of bread on top. This is a delicious, healthy meal option for a light lunch.


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