Low Carb Foods Clam Chowder Recipe

These days everyone is trying to be healthy while still being able to enjoy great tasting foods. Here is a healthy twist on a classic New England recipe, low carb foods clam chowder. For additional references, see sources sited below. Do not forget to come back to find more great low carb seafood recipes.



Low Carb Foods Clam Chowder



Low Carb Clam Chowder Recipe


What You Need:

3 strips of thickly sliced bacon

1 med onion (chopped into small pieces)

2 med stalks of celery (chopped into small pieces)

2 cloves of pressed or minced garlic

1/4 tsp of black pepper

3/4 tsp of Old Bay Seasoning*

Low-carb thickener

3/4 cup of heavy cream

3/4 cup of unsweetened soy milk**

1 cup of clam juice

3 cups of cauliflower (chopped)

2 6½ oz cans of chopped clams

1 tsp of dried thyme or 1 Tbsp of fresh thyme

2 Tbsp of fresh parsley (minced)


* If you like your soup a bit spicy you can use 1 tsp.

** If you prefer to not use soy, you can use regular milk, half and half, or water.


What To Do:

First, chop your bacon into little cubes and cook them until they are crisp. I prefer to cook them in the soup pot. Then take out your bacon (I find that a slotted spoon works best) and pour out all but a Tbsp of that rendered fat. Next you’ll want to fry your celery and onion until it starts to soften. Then add garlic and your spices EXCEPT for the thyme. Stir everything and cook it for a good minute. Now add your liquids and stir it. Then you’ll need to add your low-carb thickener at this point. I really like adding it slowly. I shake it through a strainer and also whisk it in to keep it from clumping. You’ll want to stop a bit before it is as thick as you like it. It keeps thickening as it continues to heat. Then turn off the heat when it begins to simmer.

Next, you’ll boil, steam or microwave your cauliflower until it is fork tender, and drain. Now add the thyme, parsley, cauliflower, bacon and clams to the mixture. Bring up the heat a bit again until it is just at a simmer.

This recipe yields 6 servings.

Nutritional Info: Each serving has 6g effective carbohydrate plus 2g of fiber (not including the low-carb thickener), 12g of protein, and 226 calories. If you used half and half add 30 calories and 1g of carbohydrate. If you used milk, see the Carb Counts in the Milk and Milk Substitutes.




FoodNetwork.com-New England Clam Chowder

AllRecipes.com-My Best Clam Chowder



Originally posted 2019-12-19 11:32:57.

Low Carb Foods Coconut Shrimp Recipe

Trying to stay with a low carb diet can be hard, especially since there are probably foods you loved that you are now missing out on. This is a great article with a low carb foods coconut shrimp recipe. The coconut gives the dish that “fried” crunch while keeping it on the healthy side for you. Looking for other low carb food recipes? Check out our Low Carb Foods section! Also make sure to keep checking back for new recipes and updates.


Low Carb Foods Coconut Shrimp Recipe


Low Carb Foods Coconut Shrimp Recipe




This is a sugar free version of the coconut shrimp dish. Another great thing about this recipe version is that it also fits in the low carb foods lifestyle! This dish can be used as a party food, an appetizer, or even as your main course. In this recipe there is a bit of sweetener your coating, simply because most popular restaurant versions do have a sweet taste to them, however this is totally optional.




What you’ll need:

1 lb of large raw shrimp (peeled and deveined)

2/3 cup of coconut flour

1/4 tsp of cayenne pepper

1/4 tsp of black pepper

1 tsp of salt

2 eggs

2 Tbsp of water

1/2 cup of coconut (shredded and unsweetened)

Cooking oil of your choice

*Optional sugar sub that is = to 1Tbsp of sugar

How To Cook It:

First, mix the coconut flour with the salt and cayenne and black peppers. Then whisk your eggs (I used a fork) in a small sized dish, and then mix with the water. This is where you will add your sweetener if you want. Now put the shredded coconut in a separate bowl. Put some of the cooking oil in a large skillet to where it is about 3/4 inches in depth. Then heat your oil to about 350-360 degrees F. (*TIP* the oil is ready if when you put the tip of a wooden spoon handle in the oil, it makes bubbles around it.)

Now, take the shrimp by the tail, and roll it in the coconut flour. You’ll then shake it to get most of the flour off. Next dip the shrimp in the egg, and again shake off any excess. Finally, you’ll roll it in the shredded coconut. Fry your shrimp until they are golden on each side. This should take about 2 mins on each side. Try not to crowd the pan because this will cause the oil’s temp to drop. This will allow more oil to be absorbed by the shrimp and will make them very greasy and less healthy. When turning and removing the shrimp I think to us tongs, but you can use whatever works best for you. Now, remove your shrimp from the pan on to a paper towel covered plate or on a cooling rack. Serve and enjoy!


**In the original recipe I noticed it called for 1/3 cup of coconut flour, but I found if 2/3 cup was used I liked it better because there was a better coating on my shrimp. You can do what you prefer.


Low Carb Diets.About.com-Low-Carb Coconut Shrimp

Livestrong.com-Low Carb Coconut Shrimp

Skinny Taste – Low Carb Shrimp



Originally posted 2020-03-02 06:54:41.

Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan

As people have started looking for healthy ways to lose weight, low carb or reduced carb lifestyles have become increasingly popular. In this article “Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan” is a healthy, low carb seafood recipe that is simple to make. Also included are additional links to low carb seafood recipes below. Make sure to keep checking back for more low carb seafood recipes. 



Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan



Big Daddys Seafood Market - Low Carb Seafood Recipes - Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan
Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan


Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan- Ingredients List

Twelve Jumbo Size Shrimp Ten – Twelve per pound
Two tablespoons of olive oil
One clove of minced garlic
Season to taste with salt and pepper
One half cup of unseasoned breadcrumbs
One quarter cup of ,fresh if possible, grated Parmesan cheese
Melt two tablespoons of butter
One medium sized lemon. Cut it into wedges

Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan – Preparation Instructions

Make sure the oven is preheated to 475 degrees

Peel and then devein the shrimp. Make sure and leave the tails intact

Mix the olive oil, the salt and pepper and the garlic in a single bowl

Toss the shrimp around in the bowl to lightly cover them with the mixture

Place the shrimp in the refrigerator for anywhere from thirty to sixty minutes

Next add the bread crumbs along with the Parmesan cheese into a shallow bowl or pan

Place the shrimp into the bread crumb and cheese mixture and lightly coat the shrimp on both sides

Make sure the shrimp are arranged so that they are not touching into a pan. Do not grease the pan.

Take the melted butter and drizzle it on the shrimp

Put the pan onto the center rack of the over and cook for around ten minutes

Serve the shrimp with the lemon wedges.

Big Daddys Seafood Market – Low Carb Seafood Recipes – Jumbo Shrimp Parmesan – Nutritional Information


Serving Size: 1 (265 g)

Servings Per Recipe: 2

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 511.6

Calories from Fat 286 55%
Total Fat 31.8 g 48%
Saturated Fat 11.8 g 59%
Cholesterol 253.2 mg 84%
Sodium 1442.1 mg 60%
Total Carbohydrate 24.6 g 8%
Dietary Fiber 2.0 g 8%
Sugars 2.5 g 10%
Protein 31.8 g 63%

Food.com – Low Carb Seafood Recipes
Kitchen Daily – Low Carb Shrimp Recipes




Originally posted 2020-02-03 15:34:19.

Basil and Balsamic Grilled Fish Marinade for Low Carb Foods

This is the perfect recipe for those trying out a low carb foods diet. You can add this marinade to just about anything to help give some extra flavor to your meals while keeping with a healthy diet. It is quick and easy to make and is especially good as a grilled fish marinade.


Basil and Balsamic Grilled Fish Marinade for Low Carb Foods


When it comes to eating “healthy” and eating “low carb” I always find myself struggling to find

Basil and Balsamic Grilled Fish Marinade for Low Carb Foods

variety. I know it is out there but as what you could consider a beginner in the low carb foods lifestyle, I am still trying to figure out where to look. I found this simple little grilled fish marinade and have to say that I was quite pleased with the results. This helped give a little something extra to a plain piece of grilled fish while not adding so much extra that it defeated my attempt at healthy, low carb eating.


Yield: 2 servings of marinade

1 cup of olive oil

4 Tbsp of fresh basil leaves (finely chopped)

4 Tbsp of balsamic vinegar

2 Tbsp of fresh parsley (chopped)

2 Tbsp of green onion (minced)

1/2 tsp of salt

1/2 tsp of freshly ground pepper


Here is what you do:

First. combine all of your ingredients in a bowl. Then whisk them until they are well-blended. Lastly use as a marinade for your favorite type of grilled fish. Works best on firm fleshed fish. Enjoy!



Food.com-Fresh Basil and Balsamic Marinade

Cooks.com-Basil Balsamic Marinade for Grilled Fish

Originally posted 2020-02-02 07:16:39.