Top 5 Low Carb Barbecue (BBQ) Recipes on SwitchGrocery
This month, SwitchGrocery launched our delicious and flavourful full-sized spice jars! They already carried our Turmeric Latte Spice Blend and Masala Fish Seasoning so it was the best platform to add the rest of the spice jar family!
SwitchGrocery is a Canadian online retailer that provides innovative food products for keto, paleo and diabetic lifestylers!
To celebrate our partnership, SwitchGrocery has modified our recipes and created 5 amazing low carb BBQ recipes WITH MACROS!
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For all recipes, nutritional and macronutrient information may vary slightly depending on brands/ingredients used.
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Servings: 6 | Calories: 310 | Net Carb: 1g | Total Fat: 26g | Total Carb: 1g | Fiber: 0g | Protein: 18g
Servings: 8 | Calories: 272 | Net Carb: 3g | Total Fat: 21g | Total Carb: 3g | Fiber: 0g | Protein: 19g
Servings: 4 | Calories: 358 | Net Carb: 1g | Total Fat: 24g | Total Carb: 2g | Fiber: 1g | Protein: 31g
Servings: 4 | Calories: 84 | Net Carb: 4g | Total Fat: 7g | Total Carb: 5g | Fiber: 1g | Protein: 1g
*Servings: 2 | Calories: 40 | Net Carb: 0g | Total Fat: 4g | Total Carb: 1g | Fiber: 1g | Protein: 11g
*Nutritional information for Iced Chai Latte based on almond milk
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