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Eggs Baked in Avocado

For a one-two punch of heart healthy and delicious in your breakfast, try baking eggs in an avocado. Beyond the heart-healthy fatty acids and high protein count, this low-sugar and fibre-filled breakfast will kick off your day on a healthy high note.

If you're always rushing in the morning, you'll be glad to learn this recipe requires just a few ingredients and nearly no prep time. Ready to get cooking? Keep reading for this tasty Paleo-friendly breakfast.

 

Eggs Baked in Avocado
Eggs Baked in Avocado

Crab Stuffed Devil'd Eggs
Crab Stuffed Devil'd Eggs

Crab Stuffed Devil’d Eggs

These deviled eggs are the stuff LEGENDS are made of. I take these to just about every party that I'm required to bring something and they are always a hit. People hear the word "crab" and they just get excited. The cayenne makes them extra special because the word "deviled" means spicy and these eggs fit the bill perfectly. Add these to your list. 

MDK Greek Omelette (Signature)

With flavors reminiscent of the classic Greek food, this easy omelet is just right for breakfast or brunch. On the rare occasions that I go to a diner for breakfast, I'll most often order a Greek omelette … in part that's because it's usually one of the few omelettes in diners that doesn't have meat, but mostly because I love Feta cheese with eggs. If greek food is somewhat new to you, try this simple greek omelette. Most likely you'll be adding it to your list of favorites in your diabetic kitchen.

The Greek Omelette
The Greek Omelette

Ribs from the oven
Ribs from the oven

Ribs From the Oven

Ribs, cooked low and slow in the oven is just the start to a perfect meal. This rib recipe was born out of necessity and self-preservation. Here in Las Vegas there is a restaurant that makes the best ribs but I hated spending that much money every time I had a taste for ribs, especially when they looked so affordable in the grocery store. So I called up my dad (Harold on my FB Friends list) and asked him how hard it would be to cook ribs at home like he does and he shared with me his tips and secret rib rub recipe with me without hestitation. It was easier than I thought and my ribs were outstanding. I was blown away. So I’m sharing that recipe and technique here with you and please let me know what you think when you try it.

Stuffed Peppers with Ground Turkey & Italian Sausage

These stuffed peppers are the ultimate healthy weeknight dinner, with leftovers to boot! Stuffed with ground turkey, Italian Sausage, rice, garlic, caramelized onions and spinach, these peppers are bursting with flavor! This dish is so customizable – you can add couscous or quinoa in lieu of the rice, kale instead of spinach, even add zucchini or chopped asparagus to spice things up. For vegetarians, just drop the ground turkey and sausage and replace with veggies. Click here to get the recipe for these wonderful peppers and please feel free to share it with other diabetics or anyone looking to eat healthier. -- D a l l a s 

Stuffed Peppers
Stuffed Peppers

Crispy Lettuce Wraps
Crispy Lettuce Wraps

 

Crispy Turkey Lettuce Wraps

Sweet and savory with a hint of heat, this scrumptious healthy Mediterranean dish delights children and adults alike. Serve it as an appetizer, have 2 for lunch, or 3 for dinner. If you're really going all out try the vegan version. Ask yourself this question...has Dallas ever disappointed me with one of his MDK recipes? Go for it and as always message me and tell me what you thought. 

Bacon and Eggs Twisted

Bacon and eggs are a perennial breakfast favorite. You don't just have to have your eggs scrambled with bacon on the side, however. Bacon and eggs can be as simple or as complex as desired. Vary your recipes by changing both the types of the eggs (ducks eggs, for instance, are sweeter and slightly larger than chicken eggs) and the kind of bacon you use. Along with typical smoked, cured bacon you can use: 

  • Artisanal bacons
  • Pancetta
  • Canadian bacon
  • Uncured bacon

Bacon and eggs seems like such a simple dish but honestly...The Devil is in the details. 

Eggs with crispy bacon
Eggs with crispy bacon

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