I almost wrote, oh they won’t surprise me… I automatically went to the low-carb recipes as the “meat lover’s muffin” looked nice…
9g per muffin, HOW? 1.25 cups of hash browns.
Oh. Of course. As a meat and egg creation wouldn’t be carby enough. My bad.
(But hashbrowns in a muffin? I don’t even know what is frozen hashbrowns, we here make it ourselves I think though I don’t know people nowadays…)
Canola oil, sigh.
I wouldn’t use maple syrup galore if I had diabetes (okay, I mean if I didn’t have my low-fat history and stuff)… The banana pancake is lovely, for a healthy one who thrives on high-carbs like my SO… I still LOVE bananas I just don’t need them in my pancakes. I eat walnut pancakes on off days. Bananas get chocolate cover just like in my newbie ketoer days. But since my chosen woe is carnivore-ish, it happens quite rare.
The mashed cauliflower-potato may be a good idea for someone who just wouldn’t give up potato, no matter what… If they like it and manage to eat it in moderation (I tend to eat way more from lighter stuff especially if I chase a flavor). But it sounds a nice dish. No horrid ingredients.
And they managed not to put much carbs into egg salad, I am impressed
“Guilt-Free Breakfast Sausage Patties”
Oh my this “guilt-free” is so stupid, especially to me. As if I ever could feel guilty because of food… Even eating a human wouldn’t be enough for that (under the right circumstances, obviously).
MAPLE SYRUP. Why? I know, US thing to put sugar into meat. Horrid idea if you ask my family, I rarely attack personal taste but I can’t understand this.
Otherwise it’s nice in its mild turkey ways. I actually like turkey… I could eat that, I just would swap the syrup with some butter as it’s way too lean. It would be still pretty good for my November and I need leaner stuff now, for fat-loss. Wait, why it has trans fat?
I stop already.