{ How to Cut Back on Bread – Recipes, Tips, and More }

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Whether you are sensitive to gluten, watching your weight, or just trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, most of us could benefit from cutting back on the bread in our lives.  You may think it’s impossible to pack a lunch without your turkey sandwich. Think again. You just need to get a little more creative and try some of these great recipes and tips.

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First, try lettuce wraps, and salads that are NOT boring or bland.

This { Skinny Kickin’ Tuna Melt } will have you looking forward to lunch each day.


On a weekend, grill all of your meats and veggies for the week such as these { low carb jambalaya skewers }

Can’t heat up your lunch at work? Try this { Skinny Kickin’ Chicken Salad }SkinnyKickinChickenSaladcrawfishcrunches2

Second, if you love peanut butter and jelly but could withstand out all the sugar and carbs, try rice cakes for a quick snack.  They pack a little crunch and you can top them with high protein peanut butter and sugar free jam.

Hitting the road? Sandwiches do not always have to be the solution. Here are { 5 Low Carb Snacks to Pack for Vacation }

If you aren’t totally willing to give up bread but could benefit from an organic bread sprouted from whole grains with no sugar added try Ezekiel breads.

What am I forgetting? What are your favorites and why?



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About the Blogger:

Shannon Gagnon is the recipe developer, food stylist and food photographer behind Crawfish & Crunches. She is known for turning delicious southern staples into slightly healthier versions that can be enjoyed all week long.  On her blog you can find just what the tagline says, “Realistic recipes, rich southern culture, and health conscious habits.” 

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