Naomi’s Kitchen will provide foil, zip lock baggies, Saran Wrap and all pans. Please bring either a cooler or a laundry basket to transport your meals.

If there is an entrée you do not like, you may double up on another entrée as long as you have the correct total amount.

6 Serving menu:
• 12 entrees that feed six for $290 (Pick Up Only)

3 Serving menu:
• 15 entrees that feed three for $204 (Pick Up Only)

2 Serving menu:
• 15 entrees that each feed two for $162 (Pick Up Only)

3 Serving Gluten Free menu:
• 8 entrees that each feed three for $160 (Pick Up Only)

2 Serving Low Carb menu:
• 8 entrees that each feed two for $160 (Pick Up Only)

Delivery fee: Add $35 (30 mile radius from North Liberty)

December 2019 - 6 Serving & 3 Serving MENU
• Bang Bang Chicken
We almost called this "Vacation Chicken" because we had it on vacation and HAD to recreate it here! The staff and their families LOVED it! Tender boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, sweet and spicy sauce topped with buttery cracker crumbs. You won't want to miss this one! 1 8x8 for 3 serving, 2 8x8 for 6 serving menu.
Nutritional Information: Per chicken breast: Cal 403; Fat 16g; cholesterol; sodium 768mg; carbs 23g; fiber 0g; sugar 13g; protein 40g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hours. Preheat oven to 350. Bake uncovered for 30-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Goes great with sweet potato fries.
• BBQ Beef and Bacon Calzone
An awesome twist on our bacon cheeseburger calzone! Ground beef, cooked bacon, and cheddar cheese all mixed with our sweet and smokey BBQ sauce, folded into our calzone dough. Bakes up golden brown right out of the freezer! Foil wrapped. One calzone for 3 serving menu, two for 6 serving menu
Nutritional Information: Per serving (3 servings per calzone): calories 460; fat 23g; carbs 38g; fiber 2g; protein 25g; sodium 667mg
Cooking Instructions: Do not thaw. Remove from foil. Bake on cookie sheet in 350 degree oven for 45-60 min or until golden brown. Let stand for about 10 min before slicing. Serve hot. Great with Cesar salad!
• Berry French Toast
Thank you to my dear friend for this AWESOME breakfast recipe! Cubed egg bread soaked in eggs, milk, vanilla, and sugar; then topped with a berry mix of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. All covered in a streusel topping. Now thats breakfast! One 8x8 pan for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: 4 servings per 8x8 pan: 353 cal; fat 11g; sodium 355 mg; carbs 54g; protein 10g; fiber 3g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 45-60 min or until set in center. Enjoy hot, or as leftovers out of the fridge!
• Chicken Pesto Alfredo Pasta
Naomis own pesto Alfredo sauce with tender cooked chicken over pasta. NOTE: This entree contains pine nuts. Two 8x8 pans for 6 servings, one 8x8 pan for 3 servings.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: 385 Calories; 6g Fat ; 23g Protein; 57g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber; 525mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-50 min. or until heated through.
• Citrus Pepper Glazed Salmon
Individual salmon fillets cooked in a wonderful citrus pepper glaze that is sweet and spicy. Three fillets for 3 serving orders, six for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: calories 330; fat 12g; carbs 12g; fiber trace; protein 41g; sodium 320mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered with glaze over top at 350 for 25-35 min. or until Salmon is flaky. Can also cook on foil lined grill.
• Coconut Chicken
Plump chicken breasts coated in buttermilk and slightly sweet coconut breading. Only 6g carbs per serving! One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: cal 280; fat 8g; 224mg sodium; 6g carb; trace fiber; protein 37g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 40-50 min. or until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with fresh pineapple and rice.
• Cranberry Orange Pork Roast
A boneless pork roast for you to cook in your crock pot in a wonderful mixture of dried cranberries, orange marmalade, and cranberry juice. Thicken the juice at the end for a wonderful sauce. I smell a family dinner! Ziploc bag. One for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 348; fat 18g; carbs 18g; fiber 1g; protein 28g; sodium 250mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag in crock pot (appropriate sized)on low 6-8 hours. Remove roast from crock pot and keep warm. Place juice into small sauce pan mixed with 1-2 T cornstarch and 3T water. Stir over med/high heat until thickened. Serve over sliced meat.
• Italian Beef Hoagies
A fresh boneless arm roast with Italian seasonings for you to crock pot all day and shred. Add sliced mild pepper rings that we provide and heap on hoagie rolls that we also provide. Ziploc bags. One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Info includes 1 hoagie roll: cal 416; fat 12g; sodium 443mg; carbs 38g; fiber 2g; protein 38mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge 24 hours. Place in approp. sized crock pot with 1/2 cup water. Cook 6-8 hrs on low. Shred w two forks and place back in crock pot. Add pepper rings and heat. Slice rolls and top with meat. Great w/ provolone cheese.
• Lemon Pepper Pasta w/ Chicken & Green Beans
Linguine noodles, seasoned chicken breast pieces, and whole string beans in a zesty lemon pepper glaze. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: 3 servings per bag: Cal 489; fat 12g; cholesterol 0mg; sodium 130mg; carbs 55g; fiber 5g; sugar 5g; protein 43g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge. Heat on stove top 7-10 min or until heated through. OR Heat in microwave safe container in 1 min increments until heated through. Stir between each minute of heating. Great with fresh grated parm cheese.
• Lil Cheddar Meatloaves
Thank you Julie for another great recipe that our kids devoured! Lean ground beef mixed with bread crumbs, egg, and cheddar cheese. Made into individual Lil Meatloaves and topped with a brown sugar ketchup sauce. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Calories 490; Fat 30g; 27g Protein; 27g Carbs; 1g Dietary Fiber; 733mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 45-50 min or until meatloaves are no longer pink.
• Raspberry Chicken
If you like our Apricot Chicken, you will love this one! A staff creation. Plump boneless chicken breasts smothered in our own creamy raspberry sauce and baked in your oven. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Cal 330; fat 4g; sodium 196mg; carbs 19g; trace fiber; protein 40g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake at 350 uncovered for 35-45 min or until chicken breasts are no longer pink. Top with toasted pecans and feta cheese if desired.
• Southwest Lasagna
This was another employee favorite on “try a new recipe day” at Naomi’s Kitchen. Seasoned ground beef, black beans, corn, tomatoes, and cheese layered between lasagna sheets and topped with cheddar. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: (4 servings per 8x8 pan)Cal 412; fat 20g; sodium 605 mg; carbs 36g; fiber 5g; protein 22g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 55-65 min. or until heated through. Let stand 10 min. before cutting.
• Tortellini Sausage Soup
Chunks of smoked sausage, cheese tortellini, Italian tomatoes, and white beans in a savory broth. One Ziploc for Family orders, two for regular orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 424; fat 20g; carbs 40g; fiber 10g; protein 22g; sodium 678mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Add 2 cups water, cook on stove top on med-high heat for 20-30 min. Garnish with fresh grated parmensan and serve with hearty bread.
• Tortellini Skillet Toss
Cheese filled tortellini, sliced zucchini, whole green beans, tomatoe, garlic, and italian spices make this dish flavorful, colorful and all around wonderful. This one ranked as a staff favorite. Ziploc bag. One for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders. Contains Alcohol
Nutritional Information: 260 Calories; 5g Fat; 11g Protein; 35g Carbohydrate; 5g Dietary Fiber; 336mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 2 tsp olive oil in frying pan. Place contents of bag in pan. Stir fry 7-10 min or until all ingredients are heated through.
• White Chili
Tender cooked chicken with white beans and green chilies in a sour cream broth. Garnish it at home with shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips. What a great meal to come home to on a cold night! One Ziploc for 3 servingorders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 418; fat 9g; carbs 24g; fiber 9g; protein 36g; sodium295mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Pour contents into pan or crockpot, (appropriate size) add 2 cups water to bag and swish around Add to soup. Cook on stove top on med-high for 20-30 min. or until heated through. Cook in crock pot on low for 3-5 hrs. Crock pot cooking times may vary. Garnish with your own shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips.
December 2019 - 2 Serving MENU
• Bang Bang Chicken lite
We almost called this "Vacation Chicken" because we had it on vacation and HAD to recreate it here! The staff and their families LOVED it! Tender boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, sweet and spicy sauce topped with buttery cracker crumbs. You won't want to miss this one!
Nutritional Information: Per breast: Cal 261; fat 9g; cholesterol 70mg; sodium 549mg; carbs 16g; fiber 0g; sugar 9g; protein 26g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hours. Preheat oven to 350. Bake uncovered for 20-30 min or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Goes great with sweet potato fries.
• Berry French Toast (lite)
Thank you to my dear friend for this AWESOME breakfast recipe! Cubed egg bread soaked in eggs, milk, vanilla, and sugar; then topped with a berry mix of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. All covered in a streusel topping. Now thats breakfast! Foil Pan
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per foil pan: 353 cal; fat 11g; sodium 355 mg; carbs 54g; protein 10g; fiber 3g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 35-45 min or until set in center. Enjoy hot, or as leftovers out of the fridge!
• Citrus Pepper Glazed Salmon (lite)
Two 4 oz salmon fillets in a wonderful citrus pepper glaze. This entree is sweet and spicy. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: calories 280; fat 12g; carbs 12g; fiber trace; protein 30g; sodium 300mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake w/ sauce in 350 degree oven 20-30 min or until fish flakes easily.
• Coconut Chicken (lite)
Two boneless chicken breasts coated in our slightly sweet coconut breading for you to bake and enjoy. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: cal 250; fat 7g; 184mg sodium; 5g carb; trace fiber; protein 26g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 25-30 min or until no longer pink. Great with stir fry veggies and brown rice.
• Cranberry Orange Chops (lite)
Two boneless pork chops in a wonderful blend of dried cranberries, orange marmalade, and cranberry juice. Cook them on your stove top and serve with the glaze on top. These are amazing! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: calories 300; fat 9g; sodium 150mg; fiber 1g; protein 22g; carbs 14g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook on stove top in non-stick skillet over low-med heat 7-10 min or until chops no longer pink. Serve with sauce over chops. For thicker sauce, thicken with cornstarch after baking.
• Lemon Pepper Pasta w/ Chicken & String Beans (lite
Linguine noodles, seasoned chicken breast pieces, and whole string beans in a zesty lemon pepper glaze. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 347; fat 20g; sodium 430mg; carb 23g; fiber 3g; protein 15g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge. Heat in microwave safe container in 1 min increments until heated through. Stir between each minute of heating. Great with fresh grated parm cheese.
• Lil Cheddar Meatloaves (turkey)
A lighter version of our original Lil Cheddar meatloaves which are always a huge hit! Ground turkey with bread crumbs, cheddar cheese and some other yummies, topped with a sweet brown sugar ketchup sauce. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 245; fat 12g; sodium 347mg; carbs 14g; trace fiber; protein 19g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 25-35 min or until no longer pink in the center. Enjoy with a salad and fresh fruit.
• Orange Basil Shrimp (lite)
Large, fully cooked, tail-on shrimp soaked in Naomi’s own orange basil sauce for you to cook on your stove top with cooked linguine. Goes great salad. Ziploc Bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 280; fat 8g; sodium 430mg; carb 32g; fiber 1g; protein 16g: sugar 2g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook on stove top in non-stick skillet over low-med heat 3-4 min with marinade until heated through. Shrimp is fully cooked. Remove Tails! Great with salad.
• Raspberry Chicken (lite)
If you like our Apricot chicken, you will love this one, a staff creation! Two boneless chicken breasts with a creamy raspberry sauce for you to bake in your oven. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 275; fat 3g; sodium 186mg; carbs 18g; trace fiber; protein 30g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25 to 35 min or until no longer pink in center. Great with a spinach salad and fresh fruit.
• Roasted Red Pepper Chicken (lite)
Thank you Joan for this recipe that received 5 stars from our staff! Plump boneless chicken breasts cooked with tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and black beans. Serve it over rice for a delicious dish with a little Southwest flare. Ziploc bag
Nutritional Information: Cal 274; fat 5g; sodium 466mg; carb 13g; fiber 4g; protein 42g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag into skillet on med heat. Cook in pan until chicken is no longer pink, about 7-15 min. Can also be baked at 350 uncovered 25-30 min. Serve over rice if desired.
• Shrimp Scampi Stir Fry with Zucchini (lite)
This one is so good it made its way to all 5 of our menus! Large, tail-on shrimp in a buttery, Parmesany (that's a word, right?), white wine sauce, cooked on your stove top with zucchini and onions. You wont even miss the pasta! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 181; Fat 8g; Sodium 326mg; Carbs 7g; Sugars 4g; Fiber 2g; Protein 20g.
Cooking Instructions: Do not thaw. Heat a large, non-stick skillet to med-high heat with 1 Tablespoon olive oil. Place contents of bag into skillet and stir frequently until all ingredients are heated through, approximately 7-10 min. Don't forget to remove the shrimp tails! Delicious with a crisp Caesar salad.
• Southwest Lasagna (lite)
This was another employee favorite on “try a new recipe day” at Naomi’s Kitchen. Seasoned ground beef, black beans, corn, tomatoes, and cheese layered between lasagna sheets and topped with cheddar. One Loaf pan feeds 2
Nutritional Information: Per serving; Cal 428: fat 17g: cholesterol 41mg: sodium 732mg: carbs 24g fiber 3g: sugar 2g Protein 18g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-50 min or until cheese is golden brown. Remove from oven and let rest 10 min before serving.
• Tortellini Sausage Soup (lite)
Chunks of smoked sausage, cheese tortellini, Italian tomatoes, and white beans in a savory broth.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 380; fat 10g; carbs 40g; fiber 10g; protein 16g; sodium 520mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Add 1 cup water, cook on stove top on med-high heat for 20-30 min. Garnish with fresh grated parmensan and serve with hearty bread.
• Tortellini Skillet Toss (Lite)
Cheese filled tortellini, sliced zucchini, whole green beans, tomatoe, garlic, and italian spices make this dish flavorful, colorful and all around wonderful. This one ranked as a staff favorite. Ziploc bag. Contains Alcohol
Nutritional Information: 212 Calories; 4g Fat; 11g Protein; 33g Carbohydrate; 5g Dietary Fiber; 236mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 2 tsp olive oil in frying pan. Place contents of bag in pan. Stir fry 7-10 min or until all ingredients are heated through.
• White Chili (lite)
Spicy white bean chili made with cooked chicken, green chilies, and onions. Top it off with some shredded Monterrey Jack cheese and you have a wonderfully satisfying meal. 1 ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 300 calories, 7g fat, protein 25g, carbohydrates 19g, fiber 4g, sodium 200mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients into med sauce pan. Add 1½ cups water. Stir and cook 15-20 min or until heated through. Garnish with lite sour cream if desired.
December 2019 - 3 Serving Gluten Free MENU
• GF Bang Bang Chicken
We almost called this "Vacation Chicken" because we had it on vacation and HAD to recreate it here! The staff and their families LOVED it! Tender boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, sweet and spicy sauce topped with buttery GF cracker crumbs. You won't want to miss this one! 1 8x8 for 3 serving
Nutritional Information: Per chicken breast: Cal 403; Fat 16g; Sodium 768mg; carbs 23g; Fiber 0g; Protein 40g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hrs. Preheat oven to 350. Bake uncovered for 30-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Goes great with sweet potato fries.
• GF Cranberry Orange Pork Roast
A boneless pork roast for you to cook in your crock pot in a wonderful mixture of dried cranberries, orange marmalade, and cranberry juice. Thicken the juice at the end for a wonderful sauce. I smell a family dinner! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 348; fat 18g; carbs 18g; fiber 1g; protein 28g; sodium 250mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag in crock pot (appropriate sized)on low 6-8 hours. Remove roast from crock pot and keep warm. Place juice into small sauce pan mixed with 1-2 T cornstarch and 3T water. Stir over med/high heat until thickened. Serve over sliced meat.
• GF Italian Beef Hoagies
A fresh boneless arm roast with Italian seasonings for you to crock pot all day and shred. Add sliced mild pepper rings that we provide and heap on Gluten Free rolls that we also provide. Ziploc bags.
Nutritional Information: Info includes 1 roll: Cal 416; fat 12g; sodium 443mg; carbs 38g; fiber 2g; protein 38mg
Cooking Instructions: haw in fridge 24 hours. Place in approp. sized crock pot with 1/2 cup water. Cook 6-8 hrs on low. Shred w two forks and place back in crock pot. Add pepper rings and heat. Place meat in thawed rolls. Great w/ provolone cheese.
• GF Lil Cheddar Meatloaves
A customer favorite made gluten free for you by using GF Bobs Red Mill Oats! Our GF friends loved this and so did our kids! Foil pan. 3 servings
Nutritional Information: 490 Calories; 30g Fat; 27g Protein; 27g Carbohydrate; 2g Dietary Fiber; 733mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 45-50 min or until meatloaves are no longer pink. Enjoy with your favorite side dish!
• GF Roasted Red Pepper Chicken
Thank you Joan for this great slow-cooker recipe that received 5 stars from our staff! Plump boneless chicken breasts cooked with tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and black beans. Serve it over rice for a delicious dish with a little Southwest flare. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 304; fat 5g; sodium 566mg; carb 14g; fiber 4g; protein 45g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Place in slow cooker on low for 4-6 hours. Serve over rice if desired.
• GF Shrimp Scampi Stir Fry with Zucchini
This one is so good it made it's way to all 5 of our menus! Large, tail-on shrimp in a buttery, Parmesany (that's a word, right?), white wine sauce, cooked on your stove top with zucchini and onions. You won't even miss the pasta! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: 3 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 181; Fat 8g; Sodium 326mg; Carbs 7g; Sugars 4g; Fiber 2g; Protein 20g.
Cooking Instructions: Do not thaw. Heat a large, non-stick skillet to med-high heat with 1 Tablespoon olive oil. Place contents of bag into skillet and stir frequently until all ingredients are heated through, approximately 7-10 min. Don't forget to remove the shrimp tails! Delicious with a crisp Caesar salad.
• GF Southwest Lasagna
This was another employee favorite on “try a new recipe day” at Naomi’s Kitchen. Seasoned ground beef, black beans, corn, tomatoes, and cheese layered between lasagna sheets and topped with cheddar. One 8x8
Nutritional Information: (4 servings per 8x8 pan)Cal 412; fat 20g; sodium 605 mg; carbs 36g; fiber 5g; protein 22g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake covered at 350 for 40 min, uncover, bake 20 min more. Let stand 10 min. before cutting.
• GF White Chili
Tender cooked chicken with white beans and green chilies in a sour cream broth. Garnish it at home with shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips. What a great meal to come home to after a long day!
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 418; fat 9g; carbs 48g; fiber 12g; protein 36g; sodium 95mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Pour contents into pan or crockpot, (appropriate size) add 2 cups water to bag and swish around Add to soup. Cook on stove top on med-high for 20-30 min. or until heated through. Cook in crock pot on low for 3-5 hrs. Crock pot cooking times may vary. Garnish with your own shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips.
December 2019 - 2 Serving Low Carb MENU
• Low Carb Bacon Spinach Feta Chicken
Plump boneless chicken breasts in a delightful sauce made with cream, bacon, spinach, Parmesan cheese, and garlic. This cooks up beautifully in a skillet on the stove top, and we give you feta to sprinkle on top after it's cooked. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per bag. Per serving: Cal 535; Fat 39g; Sodium 974mg; Carbs 2g; Fiber 0g; Sugars 2g; Protein 46g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag in a non-stick skillet with 1 T olive oil. Push sauce to one side of the skillet while the chicken cooks on the other side. Cook chicken breasts for about 5-7 min per side or until no longer pink. Stir sauce ingredients frequently while cooking. Once chicken is done, place half of the sauce on top of each breast. Sprinkle with feta. Goes great with your favorite steamed vegetable.
• Low Carb Caesar Chicken
Plump boneless chicken breasts covered in a creamy Caesar sauce and topped with shredded Parmesan cheese. What's not to love? Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 330; Fat 20g; Sodium 716mg; Carb 2g; Fiber 0g; Sugars 1g; Protein 38g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Remove lid and bake in 350 degree oven for 25-35 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with steamed fresh green beans.
• Low Carb Chicken Parmesan Casserole
Cooked, chopped chicken breast smothered in a sassy no-sugar Parmesan marinara, with shredded mozzarella and a sprinkle of crunchy topping. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per pan. Per serving: Cal 295; Fat 9g; Sodium 434mg; Carb 7g; Fiber 1g; Sugars 0g; Protein 48g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree over for 30-40 min or until heated through and cheese is golden. Goes great with a crisp green salad.
• Low Carb Creamy Steak Fajita Bake
We had to sample this one a couple of time "just to be sure it was really good." It was. Riced cauliflower in a creamy Tex-Mex sauce, covered in cooked fajita seasoned steak and a roasted pepper and onion mix. We sprinkle shredded cheddar over the top to give it extra love. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 419; Fat 37g; Sodium 784mg; Carbs 7g; Fiber 2g; Sugars 4g; Protein 16g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 min or until heated through and bubbly. Top with salsa, guacamole, or tomatoes if desired.
• Low Carb Creamy Taco Soup
It's soup weather folks and this is a good one! Taco seasoned ground beef, tomatoes, green chilies, cilantro, onions and garlic swimming in a creamy beef broth. Let the cold weather rage, you've got soup to keep you warm! Ziploc bag
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 215; Fat 13g; Sodium 1070mg; Carbs 7g; Fiber 1g; Sugars 3g; Protein 20g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag into a medium sized sauce pan. Add 1 1/2 cups water to the bag and swish it around to get all the good stuff out of the bag. Pour this water in with the other soup ingredients. Stir frequently over med-high heat until it starts to bubble. Turn down to low and let simmer for 10 min, stirring often. Great topped with shredded cheese, jalapeno, and avocado.
• Low Carb Shrimp Scampi Stir Fry with Zucchini
This one is so good it made it's way to all 5 of our menus! Large, tail-on shrimp in a buttery, Parmesany (that's a word, right?), white wine sauce, cooked on your stove top with zucchini and onions. You won't even miss the pasta! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 247; Fat 12g; Sodium 440mg; Carbs 10g; Fiber 2g; Sugars 6g; Protein 25g
Cooking Instructions: Do not thaw. Heat a large, non-stick skillet to med-high heat with 1 Tablespoon olive oil. Place contents of bag into skillet and stir frequently until all ingredients are heated through, approximately 7-10 min. Don't forget to remove the shrimp tails! Delicious with a crisp Caesar salad.
• Low Carb Spinach Artichoke Egg Bake with Bacon
Nom Nom! This one is delish! Eggs, cream, spinach artichoke dip, bacon, and mozzarella baked with the perfect seasonings. It's wonderful for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 486; Fat 37g; Sodium 1003mg; Carbs 8g; Sugars 2g; Fiber 0g; Protein 30g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for 30-40 min or until eggs are set in the middle. Let stand for 10 min before serving. Goes great with fresh berries.
• Low Carb Zesty Italian Meatloaf
Fresh ground beef mixed with locally made Italian sausage, egg, and the perfect seasonings. Topped with a zesty no-sugar marinara and mozzarella cheese. Throw together a salad and open a bottle of red. Dinner is served. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 415; Fat 29g; Sodium 763mg; Carbs 6g; Fiber 1g; Sugars 4g; Protein 30g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven 35-45 min or until no longer pink and internal temp reaches 160 degrees. Serve with a fresh green salad.
January 2020 - 6 Serving & 3 Serving MENU
• Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf
This one has it all! Ground beef, real bacon, cheddar cheese, dill pickles, and ketchup. Its amazing! One foil pan for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Cal 420; fat 20g; carb 10g; protein 36g; fiber 1.6g; sodium 610mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 48 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 50-70 min or until no longer pink in the center. Let rest 10-15 min before slicing. Goes great with garlic mashed potatoes!
• Bacon Potato Chowder
Thank you Michelle from Bakeris Family Chiropractic for this spectacular soup! Pieces of cooked bacon, sour cream, potatoes, and onions in a creamy broth. YUM!!! One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per serving; calories 219, fat 14g; carbs 19g; fiber 2g; protein 6g; sodium 479mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Add 2-3 cups milk to pot with contents of bag. Stir frequently over med heat until heated through (20-30 min.) Great with crusty bread!
• BBQ Pork Chops Over Cornbread Stuffing
Plump center-cut boneless chops over buttery cornbread stuffing, topped with sweet BBQ sauce. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 547; fat 33g; carbs 23g; fiber 3g; protein 37g; sodium 622mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake at 350 covered for 60-75 min. Check after 45 min. You may need to uncover them to cook them faster. Great with fresh steamed green beans.
• Bruschetta Chicken
Another great recipe from our kitchen to yours! Plump chicken breasts topped with diced tomatoes, garlic, stuffing, Italian seasonings, and mozzarella cheese. We devoured this one at our dinner table! One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 370 calories, 6g fat, 664mg sodium, 27g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 35g protein.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Great with Caesar salad.
• Cajun Chicken Pasta
Cooked penne pasta in Naomi\\\'s own creamy Cajun sauce with seasoned chicken and strips of peppers and onions. Two 8x8 pans for 6 serving orders, one for 3 serving orders
Nutritional Information: 4 servings per pan: Cal 440; fat 17g; sodium 500mg; carbs 40g; fiber 2g; protein 21g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook uncovered at 350 degrees 30-40 min until heated through, stirring once or twice during cooking time.
• Cheesy Ham Hash Browns
Serve it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Hashbrowns smothered in sour cream sauce with cheddar cheese and chunks of ham. One 8x8 pan for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: cal 301; fat 14g; sodium 717mg; carbs 33g; fiber 2g; protein 13g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-45 min
• Chicken Broccoli Alfredo Linguine
You are gonna LOVE this one! Cooked linguine smothered in our own creamy Alfredo sauce that we added bacon to, with seasoned garlic chicken and tender broccoli florets. Better get a couple! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: 3 servings: Cal 510; fat 19g; cholesterol 87mg; sodium 992mg; carbs 51g; fiber 3g; sugar 3g; protein 31g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat a large non-stick skillet with 2T of olive oil. Add contents of bag to pan. Cook over low to med heat for 10-15 min or until heated through. Goes great with a fresh spinach salad.
• Creamy Parmesan Bacon Chicken
We all loved this one and wanted to eat the sauce with a spoon. Boneless skinless chicken breasts covered in a sauce made with Greek yogurt, Parmesan cheese, seasonings, real bacon, and buttery crackers on top. AND the nutrition information will not scare you! One 8x8 for 3 serving menu, two 8x8 pans for 6 serving menu
Nutritional Information: 1 breast with 1/3 sauce: Cal306; Fat 9g; Sodium 820mg; carb 7g; Fiber 1g; Protein 47g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for 35-40 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Enjoy with your favorite veggie or salad.
• Crock Pot Chicken and Biscuits
Tender chicken breasts, carrots, onions, and sweet peas in a creamy savory sauce made with buttermilk. Ladle it over buttermilk biscuits that we provide. This has been a favorite of Loras for many years. Two ziploc bags. One Bag for 3 serving orders, Two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Calories 428; Fat 20g; Carbs 30g; Fiber 3g; Protein 30g; Sodium 854mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs in fridge. Place all ingredients except peas/carrots & biscuits into crock pot (appropriate size) Cook on low 5-6 hrs or until chicken is done. Crock pot cooking times may vary. Shred chicken while in crock pot w/ two forks, stir all together. If you like it thick, add 1-2 Tbsp cornstarch mixed w/ water, stir into crock pot & cook 30-40 more min. Add peas/carrots during last 30-45 min. of cooking. Serve over cooked biscuits (400 degrees 12-17 min)
• Honey Sriracha Salmon
A wonderful balance of sweet and spicy with a glaze made from honey, soy, and sriracha and a few other spices. Our whole staff loved this one! Ziploc bag
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Remove foil lid and bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 25-35 min or until fish flakes easily. Enjoy with a salad, steamed veggies, or rice.
• Mexican Tortilla Chicken Casserole
This is SERIOUSLY awesome! Our entire staff agreed. Chunks of cooked chicken breast mixed with a sour cream based taco sauce with black beans, tomatoes and green chilies, layered with crushed nacho cheese tortilla chips and cheddar cheese. What is not to love? One 8x8 pan for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Cal 478, fat 24g, sodium 502mg, carbs 36g, protein 29g, fiber 3g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered 350 degrees for 30-45 min or until hot and bubbly with cheese melted on top. Great with shredded lettuce and your favorite salsa.
• Sesame Shrimp Stir Fry
Cooked noodles, cooked shrimp, and stir fry veggies with a super yummy sesame sauce. Just thaw and heat in a skillet or wok on your stove top. Voila! Simple and delicious! One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 330; fat 3g; carbs 29g; fiber 3g; protein 37g; sodium 603mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 1 T oil in non-stick skillet or wok. Cook contents of bag in sauce 7-10 min or until everything is heated through. Remove tails from shrimp before eating! Enjoy!
• Shredded Beef Sloppy Joes
We tried this one out and it got RAVE reviews from our staff! A fresh beef arm roast cooked in your crock pot with our homemade sloppy joe sauce. Just shred at the end of the day and place on buns that we provide! One Ziploc bag for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: one sandwich with bun: Cal 427; fat 9g; sod 587mg; carb 32g; fiber 3g; protein 27g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw meat in fridge 24 hours. Place meat and sauce in appropriate sized crock pot on low for 6-8 hours or until shreds easily with a fork. Shred and place on buns. Great with mashed potatoes.
• Southwest Taco Soup
Tasty southern style soup with hearty ground beef, pinto beans, sweet corn, tomatoes, and taco seasonings. Our entire staff voted this one a winner! One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 419 cal; fat 12g; sodium 296mg; carb 53g; fiber 18g; protein 28g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Add contents to an appropriate size crock pot, add 1 cup water and cook on low for 6-8 hours. Or add 1 cup water and cook on stove top med heat 20-30 min. Top with corn chips, sour cream, cheese, green onions & jalapenos if desired.
• Sweet n Sour Meatballs w Pineapple & Mango Chutney
Oh my word, thats good!\" This was the response from everyone who tried these! Precooked meatballs with onions, pineapple, mango chutney, and crushed red pepper for a little bit of spice. Cook these on your stove top and place over rice that we provide. Ziploc bags.
Nutritional Information: With 1/2 cup cooked rice per serving: cal 411; fat 25g; sodium 666mg; carbs 36g; fiber 4g; protein 13g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook meatballs in sauce over med heat in med skillet 10-15 min or until heated through and sauce slightly thickened. Serve over heated rice.
January 2020 - 2 Serving MENU
• Beer Pepper Pork Chops (lite)
Two boneless pork chops in Naomi’s own beer pepper marinade made with chili sauce, beer, pepper, onions, and spices. Bake in the oven, on your stove top, or indoor grill. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Calories (per serving) 180: 2.7g fat; 8g carbs; 2g fiber; 25g protein; 300mg sodium
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Grill over med heat 4-5 min per side or until cooked through, brushing with marinade. Can also be cooked on stove top or baked in oven.
• Bruschetta Chicken (lite)
Two boneless chicken breasts topped with diced tomatoes, garlic, stuffing, Italian seasonings, and mozzarella cheese. We devoured this one at our dinner table! Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 285 calories, 6g fat, 500 mg sodium, 24g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 29g protein.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-40 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Great with Caesar salad.
• Cheesy Chile Chicken (lite)
Two boneless chicken breasts seasoned with a sassy pepper mixture and smothered in green chilies, sweet corn and cheddar cheese. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 258; Fat 7.5g; protein 44g; carbs 2.6g; fiber 0.3g; sodium 470mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake 25-35 min at 350 degrees uncovered until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with tomato cucumber salad, or spanish rice.
• Cheesy Ham Hash Browns (lite)
Serve it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Hashbrowns smothered in sour cream sauce with cheddar cheese and chunks of ham. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: cal 301; fat 14g; sodium 717mg; carbs 33g; fiber 2g; protein 13g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-45 min
• Citrus Peppercorn Tilapia with Veggies (lite)
Light and flakey tilapia with a mild citrus peppercorn coating on a bed of seasonal veggies. The perfect light meal. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 149; carbs 8g; fat 4g; protein 21g; sodium 297mg; Fiber2g
Cooking Instructions: Remove lid and replace with a new piece of foil. Bake covered from frozen at 400 for 45-50 min or until fish flakes easily. Serve with veggies
• Creamy Parmesan Bacon Chicken (lite)
We all loved this one and wanted to eat the sauce with a spoon. Boneless skinless chicken breasts covered in a sauce made with Greek yogurt, Parmesan cheese, seasonings, real bacon, and buttery crackers on top. AND the nutrition information will not scare you!
Nutritional Information: Cal 183; Fat 5g; Sodium 472mg; Carbs 4g; Fiber trace; Protein 29g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for 25-30 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Enjoy with your favorite veggie or salad.
• Honey Sriracha Salmon Lite
A wonderful balance of sweet and spicy with a glaze made from honey, soy sauce, sriracha and a few other spices. Our whole staff loved this one! Ziploc bag
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Remove foil lid and bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 25-35 min or until fish flakes easily. Enjoy with a salad, steamed veggies, or rice.
• Penne with Tomatoes and Pesto (Lite)
Fully cooked penne pasta with diced tomatoes, pesto, and Italian seasonings for you to heat in the microwave or on the stove top. Vegetarian. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Per serving; calories 349, 5g fat, 326mg sodium, 63g carbohydrates, 4g fiber, 12g protein.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 1 tsp oil in skillet. Cook contents of bag, stirring frequently 7-10 min or until heated through. Or place in microwave safe dish and cook in microwave 3-5 min.
• Potato Sausage Skillet (lite)
Slices of Lite smoked sausage with seasoned flame roasted potatoes, peppers, and onions for you to stir fry for a quick comforting meal. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 278 calories, 18g fat, 18g carbs, 2g fiber, 11g protein, 803mg sodium
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Add contents of bag to non-stick skillet with 1/4 cup water or beer. Cook over med heat until heated through.
• Savory Ham and Bean Soup
New staff favorite! If you love ham and bean soup, you have to give this one a try. Diced ham, great northern bean, carrots, onions, celery, and the perfect blend of savory herbs. Perfect for a cold day. Ziploc bag
Nutritional Information: Per serving: Cal 217; fat 5g; sodium 1793mg; carbs 26g; fiber 6g; sugar 3g; protein 37g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Pour contents of bag into medium saucepan. Add 2 cups water. Heat on medium-high heat until boiling. Turn down to low and simmer for 10 min. Stir frequently. Serve with hearty bread if desired.
• Sesame Shrimp Stir Fry (lite)
Cooked noodles, cooked shrimp, and stir fry veggies with a super yummy sesame sauce. Just thaw and heat in a skillet or wok on your stove top. Voila! Simple and delicious!
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 320; fat 2.5g; carbs 27g; fiber 3g; protein 30g; sodium 503mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 1 T oil in non-stick skillet or wok. Cook contents of bag in sauce 7-10 min or until everything is heated through. Remove tails from shrimp before eating! Enjoy!
• Southwest Taco Soup (lite)
Tasty southern style soup with hearty ground beef, pinto beans, sweet corn, tomatoes, and taco seasonings. Our entire staff voted this one a winner! Ziploc bag
Nutritional Information: Cal 350; fat 3g; sodium 490mg; carb 18g; fiber 3g; protein 15g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Add contents of bag to small sauce pan. Add 3/4 cup water. Cook on med-low heat 10-15 min or until hot. Top with sour cream and cheese if desired.
• Tomato Cream Chicken Breasts (lite)
You will feel like you are being naughty when you eat this wonderful chicken dish! Lean boneless chicken breasts with a zesty tomato cream sauce seasoned with garlic and tarragon. Cook these on your stove top and serve with a green salad. 1 ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: 259 calories, 11g fat, 29g protein, 3g carbohydrates, 0g fiber, 260mg sodium
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place chicken breasts and sauce into small sauce pan or frying pan. Add ¼ cup water to pan. Cook over med heat 10-15 min or until chicken is no longer pink and sauce is slightly thickened. Enjoy!
• Tortellini with Baby Peas and Ham (lite)
Cheese filled tortellini, baby sweet peas, and ham in a light cream sauce to bake in your oven and enjoy. An Italian delight! Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 345; fat 8.4g; carbs 49g; protein 17.4g; fiber 3.5g; sodium 750mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge. Bake covered for 30 min at 350 degrees stirring once during baking.
• Turkey Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaves
Lean ground turkey with all the yumminess of a bacon cheeseburger. Real bacon, cheddar cheese, onions, ketchup, and dill pickles. Two individual loaves in a foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 252; fat 13g; sodium 554mg; carbs 9g; trace fiber; protein 24g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook uncovered in 350 degree oven for 40-50 min or until cooked through and no longer pink.
January 2020 - 3 Serving Gluten Free MENU
• GF Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf
This one has it all! Ground beef, real bacon, cheddar cheese, dill pickles, and ketchup. Its amazing!
Nutritional Information: Cal 420; fat 20g; carb 10g; protein 36g; fiber 1.6g; sodium 610mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 48 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-60 min or until no longer pink in the center. Let rest 10-15 min before slicing. Goes great with garlic mashed potatoes!
• GF Bacon Potato Chowder
Thank you Michelle from Bakeris Family Chiropractic for this spectacular soup! Pieces of cooked bacon, sour cream, potatoes, and onions in a creamy broth. YUM!!! One Ziploc bag
Nutritional Information: Per serving; calories 219, fat 14g; carbs 19g; fiber 2g; protein 6g; sodium 479mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Add 2-3 cups milk to pot with contents of bag. Stir frequently over med heat until heated through (20-30 min.) Great with crusty bread!
• GF Bruschetta Chicken
Another great recipe from our kitchen to yours! Plump chicken breasts topped with diced tomatoes, garlic, GF stuffing, Italian seasonings, and mozzarella cheese. We devoured this one at our dinner table!
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 370 calories, 6g fat, 664mg sodium, 27g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 35g protein.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Great with Caesar salad.
• GF Cheesy Ham Hashbrowns
Serve it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Hashbrowns smothered in GF sour cream sauce with cheddar cheese and chunks of ham. One 8x8 foil pan
Nutritional Information: cal 301; fat 14g; sodium 717mg; carbs 33g; fiber 2g; protein 13g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-45 min
• GF Creamy Parmesan Bacon Chicken
We all loved this one and wanted to eat the sauce with a spoon. Boneless skinless chicken breasts covered in a sauce made with Greek yogurt, Parmesan cheese, seasonings, real bacon, and buttery crackers on top. AND the nutrition information wont scare you! One 8x8 for 3 serving menu,
Nutritional Information: 1 breast with 1/3 sauce: Cal306; Fat 9g; Sodium 820mg; carb 7g; Fiber 1g; Protein 47g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for 35-40 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Enjoy with your favorite veggie or salad.
• GF Honey Sriracha Salmon
A wonderful balance of sweet and spicy with a glaze made from honey, soy, and sriracha and a few other spices. Our whole staff loved this one! Ziploc bag
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Remove foil lid and bake uncovered at 375 degrees for 25-35 min or until fish flakes easily. Enjoy with a salad, steamed veggies, or rice.
• GF Mexican Tortilla Chicken Casserole
This is SERIOUSLY awesome! Our entire staff agreed. Chunks of cooked chicken breast mixed with a sour cream based taco sauce with black beans, tomatoes and green chilies, layered with crushed nacho cheese tortilla chips and cheddar cheese. What is not to love? One 8x8 pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 478, fat 24g, sodium 502mg, carbs 36g, protein 29g, fiber 3g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered 350 degrees for 30-45 min or until hot and bubbly with cheese melted on top. Great with shredded lettuce and your favorite salsa.
• GF Shredded Beef Sloppy Joes
We tried this one out and it got RAVE reviews from our staff! A fresh beef arm roast cooked in your crock pot with our homemade sloppy joe sauce. Just shred at the end of the day and place on GF buns that we provide!
Nutritional Information: one sandwich with GF bun: Cal 427; fat 9g; sod 587mg; carb 32g; fiber 3g; protein 27g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw meat in fridge 24 hours. Place meat and sauce in appropriate sized crock pot on low for 6-8 hours or until shreds easily with a fork. Shred and place on GF buns. Great with mashed potatoes.
January 2020 - 2 Serving Low Carb MENU
• Low Carb Bacon Ranch Chicken
Broccoli florets, cooked chicken breast, and bacon smothered in a creamy ranch sauce and topped with cheddar cheese. Enough said. Foil pan.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees 30-35 min or until heated through. Serve with fresh fruit.
• Low Carb Bang Bang Chicken
We found a way to make this one low carb! Two plump boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, slightly sweet and spicy sauce and topped with a little crunch. This one will knock your socks off! Foil pan.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with cauliflower fried rice.
• Low Carb Buffalo Chicken Casserole
A bed of cauliflower rice topped with diced cooked chicken and smothered in a creamy buffalo sauce complete with all the flavors you love, like Ranch and bleu cheese. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 490; Fat 30g; Sodium 1193mg; Carbs 12g; Fiber 2g; Sugars 5g; Protein 44g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 30-40 min or until heated through. Serve with a fresh green salad.
• Low Carb Cajun Skillet with Andouille Sausage and
Sliced Andouille sausage, zucchini, peppers, and onions stir-fried on your stove top in a delicious Cajun sauce made with whipping cream and Parmsan cheese. This one has some heat to it. Ziploc bag.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 2 tsp olive oil in frying pan. Place contents of bag in pan. Stir fry 10-15 min or until all ingredients are heated through and cooked to your desired doneness.
• Low Carb Chicken Bacon Parmesan Cauliflower Casser
IF you've ever had our Creamy Parmesan Bacon Chicken, you will want to try this one too! Cooked, diced chicken, cooked bacon, and riced cauliflower all covered with Naomi's own Creamy Parm sauce. Foil pan.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees 25-30 min or until heated through. Serve with a crisp green salad if desired.
• Low Carb Chorizo Egg Bake
If you love Chorizo, you have to try this one out! Cooked fresh Chorizo, flame roasted peppers and onions, green chilies, eggs, heavy cream, and pepper jack cheese. Whether you eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner; you will say it's delicious! Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 615; Fat 40g; Sodium 1100mg; Carbs 9g; Fiber 1g; Sugars 3g; Protein 34g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 375 degrees 30-40 min or until eggs are set in the middle. Top with salsa or guacamole if desired. Goes great with fresh fruit.
• Low Carb Mississippi Chicken
Two plump boneless chicken breasts seasoned with Ranch and banana peppers and topped with Monterrey Jack cheese. This one so tangy, tender, and tasty! Foil pan.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 30-40 min or until chicken is no longer pink.
• Low Carb Peppercorn Citrus Tilapia over Veggies
Two tilapia fillets coated with a light citrus peppercorn glaze baked on a bed of seasonal veggies. This one is light and so delicious. Foil pan.
Cooking Instructions: Remove lid and replace with a new piece of foil. Bake covered from frozen at 400 for 45-50 min or until fish flakes easily.
 
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