Rita was the one with the idea. We are now closer friends than ever, although she lives in Washington these days.
Most of the pictures I take are so Rita will know I found something yummy for her to try. And she does the same. It's very motivating and keeps our meals and treats new.
Here are just some of the foods Vaughn and I made and consumed during the month of December.
Waffles with butter and homemade syrup Vaughn makes.
I request these often.
On New Year's Day, we had collard greens with bacon and onions,
pork tenderloin slices and cranberry sauce made with our sweetener.
We eat pizza made with fathead pizza dough quite regularly.
The crust is made with mostly mozzarella cheese and cream cheese.
Vaughn and I went to a Brazilian Steakhouse in OKC.
The staff just kept coming with more MEATS to enjoy.
(It was like Heaven for Keto lovers...so many things to say YES to!)
This was from the salad bar at the Brazilian Steakhouse.
I assure you, several full sized pieces of bacon were devoured.
I take my lunch every day to school. Vaughn makes it most days.
(I know, he's amazing.)
And on this particular day, he got some extra points.
We took this tray of cheese and pepperoni to a church breakfast.
On New Year's Eve, we had these little snackies,
plus a pig in a blanket made with a hot link and Fathead pizza dough,
but it wasn't that pretty. Thus, no photo.
Pumpkin bars, that way we didn't miss out on all the pumpkin yumminess at the holidays.
Big Mac Salad is like eating a Big Mac, except no bun.
It's a favorite, and so easy!
We make the Thousand Island dressing homemade
with sugar free ketchup, mustard, pickles and our sweetener.
Creamed eggs: Simmer heavy cream in a small skillet,
then add onions, meat, etc...like an omelet...
then drop one or two eggs in it.
The eggs fry on top. Oh my.
A delicious cheesy soup we had a week or so ago.
Reminds me of Santa Fe soup.
We basically shop the outside aisles at the grocery store. Produce, meats, cheeses, dairy. Real food. Nothing processed. But as you can see, that doesn't mean we aren't eating really well.