Low Carb “Fried” Pickles are super yummy and I love this version for summer! I have made “Fried” Pickles several times for an appetizer when friends come over, and they are always a hit, but I wanted something a little healthier for bathing suit season. The season has arrived in full force and we basically wear our suits every day, all day. Our friends invited us to a fun aquatic center on Monday and it was so much fun! It was the perfect way to spend a 102 degree day. The boys loved the water slide, my daughter was a little mermaid and swam for hours, we all had a great time floating around the lazy river, and I was so proud of my son jumping off the high dive, over and over again! Our pool remodel is getting worked on this week, so it was awesome to have a fun place to cool off and watch the kids play! It is going to be 110 on Friday, so we are heading back for another day of fun! Pretty soon we will be in our new pool everyday, so I really want to concentrate on eating good, healthy meals and healthy snacks recipes this summer. I feel so much better when I eat good! Low Carb “Fried” Pickles are tasty and addictive! I made them for lunch, but will be making them for summer appetizers as well! Now that I have tried Almond Meal/Flour for these Low Carb “Fried” Pickles and they tasted so amazing, I am excited to try it in many more recipes to replace flour and save on a lot of carbs. I modified an awesome recipe that I found at Atkins Diet Geek Blog and cooked them in my broiler instead of in oil in a frying pan!i
- 24 ounces dill pickles
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup heavy cream
- 2 tablespoon water
- 1/2 cup parmesan cheese grated
- 1/4 cup almond meal/flour
- 1 teaspoon taco seasoning
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- Ranch dressing optional
- Preheat broiler to high
- In a bowl, add eggs, cream, and water and beat together
- In a second bowl, add parmesan cheese, almond meal/flour, and taco seasoning
- On a paper towel, spread out the pickles
- Dredge the pickle chips in grated cheese mixture, dunk in the egg wash, and return to grated cheese dish
- Shake until well covered
- Place the coated pickles on a foil lined baking sheet, sprayed with non stick cooking spray
- Broil for 3-5 minutes on each side, until golden brown
- Optional-serve with ranch dressing or dip of choice
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