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Turkey Pot Pie

Turkey Pot Pie

This is so good, you might find yourself doing turkey more often, but it works equally well with chicken. To balance out the carbohydrates from the crust AND eliminate the high-carbohydrate potatoes and peas from standard pot pie recipes, I replaced those with cauliflower and/or turnip and fresh carrots and green beans. So, I was able to keep the net carbohydrate count down. By using spices for flavor you can make the filling and sauce in big batches and freeze them.
Spaghetti Squash with Turkey and Mushroom Marinara

Spaghetti Squash with Turkey and Mushroom Marinara

Spaghetti squash has great nutritional value and works beautifully as a substitute for refined pasta. On it's own, squash is not overly sweet, so it lends itself well to savory dishes. The high protein ground turkey rounds out the dish and helps keep you feeling full longer. Interested in learning more about the health benefits of squash? Check out this article!
Berry Walnut Parfait

Berry Walnut Parfait

Fresh berries, high protein Greek yogurt and crunchy walnuts are a tangy and sweet combination for breakfast or brunch. Serve it up in a mason jar for a casual brunch party or an easy breakfast on the go.
Stuffed “Greek” Chicken

Stuffed “Greek” Chicken

Spinach, onion, feta and lemon are just made for each other. Frozen spinach is not only easier to use, but just as good. One of the best things about stuffed chicken is that you can do it in advance, refrigerate it, and pop it in the oven when you need it. This recipe freezes in the “raw” state very well. For those of you that prefer the dark meat, skinless boneless chicken thighs work just as well.
Butternut squash soup

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Perfect for entertaining, this soup is rich and flavorful without using cream. Bring the flavors of the season to the table or serve in a tall shot glass size for a fun and delicious passed appetizer before your meal.
Artichoke hummus

Artichoke Hummus

This hummus uses lemony artichoke hearts instead of the standard chick peas, for a delicious new twist on an old favorite. For a real crowd-pleaser the next time you're entertaining, serve this up with a variety of fresh crunchy veggies.