All posts in "Low-Glycemic Meals"

How to Make Chicken Stock

By Homesteading Mom / June 21, 2014

How to Make Chicken Stock in a Crockpot Making chicken stock is one of those basic kitchen skills everyone needs to have. Little else is as soothing to a cold, flu, or upset stomach. It is the base for many comfort foods like chicken soup, Portuguese kale soup, chicken pot pie, and so many more. […]


Chourico and Spinach Breakfast Casserole

By Homesteading Mom / January 22, 2014

This recipe has it all. It’s low-glycemic, gluten-free, Paleo/Primal Diet-friendly, and affordable. You can mix up all the ingredients the night before, store in the fridge overnight, and just pop it in the oven the next morning. It’s got plenty of fiber-rich veggies. It also makes a TON of food, leaving plenty for leftovers fir […]


Delicious Grain-Free, Gluten-Free, and Low-Glycemic Shortbread

By Homesteading Mom / February 22, 2012

Shortbread is a traditional cookie from Scotland using the most simple of ingredients for a lovely, buttery cookie. Making shortbread is a somewhat meditative practice for me, as it brings my attention to the Scottish branch of my family. I used to make shortbread with sprouted spelt because I’m allergic to modern wheat. However, I […]


Make-Ahead Meals: Omelette Muffins

By Homesteading Mom / February 20, 2012

I’ve learned to be  frugal with my money. Now, I’m learning to be frugal with my time. Omlette muffins are a great make-ahead meal that makes breakfast quick and easy. They are a great way to use up left over meats and veggies. Plus, these are appropriate for those on a low-glycemic diet who need low-carb foods, […]


Rich Mushroom and Veggie Stew

By Homesteading Mom / October 12, 2011

It’s autumn and the garden is winding down. Pretty soon, it will be limited to some cold-hardy greens in cold frames. I had a bunch of odds and ends to use up, both from the garden and in the refrigerator, and soup is a great way to use up veggies! I made three different soups, […]

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