Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe

Typically bolognese is made with beef and/or pork. Moose meat however is terrific because of the taste and its low content of fat (lower than 3 %). I get it frozen from the supermarket and I really love it! If you find it, you should give it a try!

Traditionally spaghetti bolognese include onion, carrot and celery. I added onion but not carrot or celery for this one, but then I guess this recipe isn't very traditional anyways. I also use apple cider vinegar instead of the traditional red wine. 

Now here is the recipe with homemade bolognese sauce that is good for both tastebuds and body. So throw away that readymade bolognese jar and lets cook!

 

Mushroom Pizza Bites

Here is a recipe for everyone who loves the flavours of pizza but wants a low calorie option. These healthy mushroom pizza bites are also very high in complete proteins, perfect for muscle building purposes, or to prevent muscle breakdown while on a calorie deficit.

 

Notes

Any large mushrooms will work for this recipe, I’m using big common mushrooms which usually isn’t very big. I think Portabello mushrooms will generally be the biggest and best for this recipe.

The cheese I’m using for this recipe is a pretty skinny one with only 12 grams of fat and 31 grams of protein per 100g. It still gives that real cheesy feel and texture which pizzas need even if its not super high in fat.

I also like to add a pinch of parmesan cheese to this to enhance the flavour a bit. You only need a little bit so you get the taste but its so little that it won’t really affect the amount of calories in the recipe.

If you are on a LCHF diet you can obviously go with the full fat cheese.

Macros

(4 pieces):

  • 429 kcal
  • 58 grams protein
  • 18 grams carbohydrates
  • 14 grams fat

per piece:

  • 107 kcal
  • 14,5 grams protein
  • 4,5 grams carbs
  • 3,5 grams fat

Prosciutto egg muffins

A simpler, tastier and healthier breakfast than these Prosciutto di Parma egg muffins will be hard to find.

The unique flavours of the Parma cheese, the Prosciutto and the thyme all goes very well together. And you can never go wrong with eggs! So simple, yet so delicious!