Low Carb Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas

This is what you need:
  • 1 can Las Palmas enchilada sauce
  • 1 can Wolf brand chili. No beans
  • Low Carb Tortillas
  • Green Chilis (I used canned)
  • 1-2 lbs shredded cheese
  • 1 lb Grilled or baked chicken spiced with lime and chili powder. Chopped. 

First mix the chili, enchilada sauce, and chilies together and simmer.

 Next, into each tortilla add a spoonful of chicken, sauce, and a palm full of cheese before you roll it up and place in a baking dish.

In your baking dish, make sure you add a few spoonfuls of sauce to cover the bottom of the dish. After you roll and add each filled tortilla, add a little sauce to the top of it.
Then pour the remaining sauce over the top of the enchiladas. Add a nice thick layer of cheese. Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.
Each Enchilada is approximately 10-12 carbs. Maybe less. I chose the specific brands mentioned in the ingredients list due to the lower net carb count.
Try the same recipe with ground or shredded beef instead of the chicken!

Low Carb Pizza with a REAL Crust

What is the secret to the REAL crust? It. Is. So. Easy. Seriously guys. I am so sick of watching everyone else eat pizza. My sister and I are low carb'n it and we have been for a few months now. We don't like to deprive ourselves from what we love. And we do love pizza. So, I set my sights on HOW we were going to accomplish PIZZA. Now, I shall share it with you!

What you need:
Favorite toppings
  • pepperoni
  • sausage
  • olives
  • mushrooms
  • bacon
Mozzarella cheese
Small jar of pizza sauce
1 package of Joseph's Lavash Bread (ONLY 8 net CARBS PER BREAD)

Assemble your pizza by first cooking any meats that need to be cooked. I had sausage that needed to be cooked so I threw in the mushrooms and cooked it together. Make sure to add the mushrooms after the meat is cooked and just saute for a minute or so.
Then put your bread on a large pan, add some sauce (NOT TOO MUCH, hello carbs) then add the mozzarella and your toppings. Cook at 350 for about 15-20 minutes or until cheese bubbles and starts to brown in spots. Cook longer if you want the crust to be somewhat firm.
You've got yourself a fantastic thin crust pizza that equals about 10 net carbs for the whole thing. I say "about" because it really depends on how much sauce and which toppings you use. Do your own math. :)