13 Dukan Diet-Approved Recipes to Whip Up This Week
Now that we know all about the Dukan Diet, it’s time to get cooking. Each of these 13 tempting recipes fits into one of the four phases and will leave you feeling satisfied, not starving. (Kind of a revelation for dieting, no?) Loaded with veggies and protein, even those of you not sticking to the diet plan may find yourselves adding these dishes to your weekly rotation — they’re just that good.
3. Super Easy Low-Carb Bread: This loaf may be a bit more dense than the Wonder Bread of yore, but it works just as well in a sandwich, toasted into croutons or used to swipe up the last bit of sauce or soup. (via Supergolden Bakes)
4. Hot and Juicy Shrimp With Spicy Garlic: Positively loaded with flavor courtesy of a spicy marinade and tangy lemon sauce, this sauteed shrimp makes for scrumptious lettuce wraps. (via Cooking Melangery)
7. Choco-Raspberry and Choco-Mint Cupcakes: You’ll want to save room to indulge in two of these tasty cupcakes. Half are drizzled with raspberry icing, and the remaining are topped with peppermint for two totally different taste experiences. (via The Mirror)
8. Lazy Meatball Shakshouka: Spicy tomato sauce and egg shakshouka gets an extra dose of staying power with the addition of homemade onion meatballs. Consider serving it with a few slices of Dukan-diet-approved bread for an even more enjoyable meal. (via Sweetsonian)
9. Raw Zucchini Sushi Rolls: Filled with fresh veggies and cashew cream, these rolls are a cross between veggie maki and crudites with dip. They make for a fab appetizer or entree. (via In Sonnet’s Kitchen)
10. Oat Bran Pancake Cake With Mushroom Caviar: Crepe cakes are all the rage these days, and this savory spin will allow you to get in on the action. The pancakes reheat beautifully, so you can even cook up a big batch ahead of time to make assembly a breeze. (via Cooking Melangery)
12. Pumpkin Soup: Enjoy switching up the flavor of this super easy homemade soup by switching out the cinnamon with curry powder or nutmeg or whatever else strikes your fancy from the spice rack. (via House and Garden)
Have you tried the Dukan Diet before? If so, what are some of your favorite dishes to make? Let us know in the comments!