Atkins Diet Recipes: Low Carb 7-Layer Salad (IF)

***Join the Atkins Diet plan Video clip Facebook fan page & My Lower Carb Weblog – *** In partnership with FaveDiets ( http ) recipe site, this recipe is a continuation of my Thanksgiving sequence of recipes. This is a truly straightforward recipe that can be manufactured a day before the large function. The dressing is a basic concoction that I use in numerous distinct recipes from Cole Slaw to lettuce salads. You handle the sweetness and tartness for your personal tastes. My Grandma utilized to make a larger carb edition of this recipe (with real sugar) virtually each and every Sunday for loved ones dinners, and I was content that the low carb edition will pass anyone’s examination. It also adds to a colourful table and plate. Substances: Reduced Carb 7-Layer Salad Layer one- 1/2 to 1 head Lettuce Layer 2- one cup Mayo Dressing (Mayo, Vinegar, Splenda), Dash of Salt & Pepper Layer 3- Half Red Onion Layer 4- 2 Stalks Celery Layer 5- two-three Eggs, Difficult-boiled Layer 6- 6 oz Cheddar Cheese, Shredded (Optional: include 1/2 cup Peas) Layer seven- six slices Bacon Nutrition Info: (makes twelve servings) 227 Calories, 21g Body fat, two.3g Carbs (1g Fiber) , 6.5g Protein Note: if you include the peas as I did, boost the nutritional information by .five web carbs and five Calories per serving. For much more free wholesome recipes, cooking guidelines and tutorials go to (IF = Induction Friendly)
Video Rating: four / 5

18 Responses to “Atkins Diet Recipes: Low Carb 7-Layer Salad (IF)”

  • bowulf:

    @SuicidalXlove1 Thanks for watching!

  • SuicidalXlove1:

    great video!!!

  • bowulf:

    @Robind0514 You are very welcome. Stay tuned there should be another recipe coming up shortly…

  • Robind0514:

    That looks delicious, thanks for another great idea Kent!

  • bowulf:

    @vida130 You can thank my grandma for giving me this recipe by making it almost every weekend for family dinner at the Altena house. I am glad you liked it! :-)

  • vida130:

    This will be my thanksgiving salad! You always give such great ideas!

  • bowulf:

    @Bonnie90505 Others may put a ranch and dill flavor in the dressing mixture, but I favor the classic mayo, vinegar, sweetener dressing to it. It’s super simple and an easy concoction to taste until perfect. It also helps me get rid of vinegar. :-D

  • Bonnie90505:

    Looks good, I am not a fan of hard boiled eggs on my salad, but I do love them as deviled eggs or egg salad, or just by them selves to eat.
    I was wondering if you add any other seasoning to the dressing mix…I never tried mayo and vinegar..I was thinking of a ranch dressing, but I will try this for sure, I do love the frozen peas, a few is just right…thanks for another great recipe.

  • bowulf:

    @mamasuify I updated the video and updated the video description probably after you watched it. Add .5g net carbs and 5 Calories per serving if you use the frozen peas.

  • mamasuify:

    did you count the peas in the nutrition?

  • bowulf:

    @SmokeyGoodness After our Trader Joe’s opened last week (score one for Des Moines), the quality of food in my diet has gone up. I still don’t buy meat there, but dairy, nuts, LC bread(!), veggies, and some processed are actually cheap! I was expecting more quality and options with TJ, but not necessarily how cheap it was outside of the 2-buck chuck wine.

    I am not sure I am ready for winter yet. These last two days certainly made me think about turning on the heat in my house.

  • bowulf:

    @lilyflowertulip I am somewhat fortunate as I make the Thanksgiving dinner for both sides (wife’s and mine) for most Thanksgivings, so I control the menu items. I do make mashed potatoes and rolls, and my wife adds her high carb treats too for dessert. However, for the most part Thanksgiving is really a non-issue for me.
    Broccoli Bacon Salad
    Cheddar biscuits / Rev Rolls
    Strawberry Cheesecake

    There may be other items, but that’s a good start at my menu.

  • bowulf:

    @whites15 Sorry, I missed them in the listing. I have since added them back into the video description. The nutritional information would increase by .5g of Carbs and 5 Calories per serving if you included the peas. Thanks for catching that error. (oops)

    I hope you like the rest of the recipe videos I have yet to do. I just filmed another one today with my daughter and one of her favorites.

  • SmokeyGoodness:

    After Piggin’ out for the past 2 days, this is exactly what I’m in the mood for! I even postponed my video for the weekend!
    Oh man I can’t wait for Trader Joe’s grand opening in December!!!!!
    Thumbs up.

  • lilyflowertulip:

    @bowulf Kent, I’d love to hear what is served at your low carb thanksgiving! I’m pretty impressed, because I have to admit that I have no intention of staying on my diet that particular day. Life might not be worth living if I had to pass up my mother’s famous layered chocolate delight or nana’s fresh yeast rolls. But one meal only!

  • whites15:

    I’m a little confused–in the video you used frozen peas–but they aren’t listed in the recipe you wrote in the section below. I’m assuming that the nutritional information is for the recipe you wrote out–do you have the nutritional information for the recipe as you did it in the video–with the peas? I love the idea of a 7-layer salad like mom’s–and feel the peas really will make it seem so.
    Anyway–I think this will definitely make its way onto my Thanksgiving table(and to work tomorro, too

  • bowulf:

    @lakegirl645 I bought more Jalapenos for that reason too. I should make them after the football game tonight or tomorrow night. This was the first video by this particular cameraperson (my youngest), and were also trying out the new tripod. My wife’s last shaky camera work convinced me I had to do something different.

    I think people must think low carb Thanksgiving must be boring, but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth.

    I hope you like this one too…

  • lakegirl645:

    Another winner! Looks awesome…think I’ll make that for lunch tomorrow. BTW..making those bacon wrapped cream cheese stuffed peppers right now for a great snack for me and the kids. We love that one. Thanks Kent! :D

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