Low Carb Round Up – January Week 1

In keeping with the low(er) carb theme for this month, I did a quick spin around the food blogosphere to see what inspiring low-ish carb recipes I might find that were posted posted this last week among some of my favorite food blogs. What a great list! Take a look…

Mini Chicken Sausage Fritattas from Nic of Bakingsheet

Chicken Pecan Salad on Cucumbers by the Culinary Fool

Les Fromages du Jour – some of David Lebovitz’s favorite cheeses

Salmon, Shitake Mushrooms & Wilted Greens – from Catherine of Food Musings

Baby bok choy, pumpkin seed oil, and goat cheese from Shauna of Gluten-free girl

Broccoli Salad from Sara of I Like to Cook

Sautéed Tilapia with Parmesan Crust and Breaded Pork Chops with Mustard Sauce, both from Kalyn of Kalyn’s Kitchen

Osso Bucco and Sautéed Spinach from Ruth of Once Upon a Feast

Balthazar Salad with Lemon-Truffle Vinaigrette from Molly of Orangette

Seared Scallops with Wine-braised Leeks and Haddock Poached in Wine with Main Shrimp Sauce from Stephen of Stephen Cooks

Seafood Bisque from Meg of Too Many Chefs

Topping off the list above is a great collection of Low Carb Vegetable Recipes from Alanna of A Veggie Venture.



  1. ostwestwind

    I started with this recipe to get my before-Xmas-body back. But I’ll try the others too.

  2. Nic

    These all look so good, Elise! I think I’ll have to put salad on my dinner menu some night this week.

  3. Kalyn

    Very fun. I love seeing that you can have great tasting food with less carbs. I will go check out all these great low carb recipes.

  4. Somia

    Thanks very much for the links – I am just starting my low-carb diet and these recipes sounds perfect!

  5. Ruth

    Elise, thanks for including me in your roundup. I love dropping by your site and this month’s theme is particularly timely.

    Thanks for sharing – now I’m off to visit all the other great links.

  6. shauna

    Wow, thanks for including me, Elise. That bok choy was so good that I forgot it was low carb. I guess I am sort of eating that way now. (But I did just post a recipe for homemade, gluten-free fig newtons! Oops.)

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