Early last year San Antonio opened a new park on the south side of town, Confluence Park. This past Presidents day we decided to check it out for the first time. There was a bit of chilly breeze, but otherwise it was a sunny beautiful day. There was plenty of open free parking, we just about had the park to ourselves.
Penne Rustica was my favorite meal growing up. It was my always requested birthday meal. It originates from the restaurant Macaroni Grill which I haven’t actually been to in
The recipe I am sharing today is a low carb edition of that recipe, but obviously, you can totally make it with penne noodles! For those following a low carb diet, I know some are not fans of zucchini and like to sub in mushrooms or cauliflour and I think that would be great too!
There are so many cool things to explore in the big state of Texas. I feel like we did quite a bit of exploring last year, but there are so much more for us to enjoy! So we decided to put together a 2019 bucket list of places in Texas we hope to visit. If you have any recommendations to add, please comment below!
In a moment of desperation, I was really craving some coconut macaroons. My usual recipe uses sweetened condensed milk, so I wasn’t sure I would be able to find a keto alternative that would work. But then I remembered I had bought a bag of coconut flour from Trader Joe’s that had a coconut macaroons recipe on the back that we had enjoyed ages ago that did not use sweetened condensed milk. To my delight I found they translated to being keto friendly very easily and I am so excited to share this recipe with you! It is so easy to whip up and I honestly think anyone would be fooled, you would have no idea that they were keto friendly and only about 2 net carbs per macaroon!!