Declutter your home DAY 4

Day 4 of my "How to declutter your home in 4 days" - guide. Go to my blog and see the full guide for free.

Day 4 is finally here, we’re almost done! We’ve tackled the wardrobe, the bathroom, the kitchen and now your WORKSPACE!

I am a fanatic hoarder when it comes to my workspace. I’m actually a very orderly person, EXCEPT when it comes to this place. I somehow find energy in being surrounded by a “little” chaos. I know, sounds crazy! But there is such a thing as organized chaos, I swear! I know exactly where everything is!!

But because I am going back to work after a long maternity leave (1 whole year!!! – where did the time go?!?), it was crucial for me that my workspace was tidy and ready for me to go back to work.

Last year my husband remodelled our upstairs. We wanted more room, so he moved our staircase from the front of our house to the middel so we could utilize room in both ends of the house. And in doing so he freed up room to make a great work-from-home space for me (and a study area for himself!). It’s amazing and I’m very happy with it. The only downside is there isn’t much storage space, so I have 2 halfsized bookshelves and 2 drawers for ALL my stuff. And my books alone are in 8 moving boxes… sooooo…. as you can imagine it’s quite cluttered.

Not anymore! And here is how…


How to declutter your home in 4 days. This is day 4 - 12 things to get rid of in your workspace! Read my guide to a clutterfree workspace.

My workspace was full of bad conscience, half finished projects and they kept stopping me from starting new ones – because I felt so bad I wasn’t finished. Now my conscience is clear and I’m ready to go back to work!! Or well at least my workspace is…

It’s sad having to go back to work – but my little Dianna so LOVES her daycare, that I know it’s only me who has the problem, not her!

Still…. Wish me luck!!

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Declutter your home DAY 3

Day 4 of my Declutter challenge: How to declutter your kitchen!

Today I have enlisted some help. Our kitchen is quite big and holds alot of storage space, and I really wanted to get it all done, so my dear hubby was only too happy to help! He is very practical and usually doesn’t get to help me “design” the kitchen space, so this time he jumped at the oppertunity. And I must say he had some very good ideas – things I hadn’t thought of myself.


So my first tip for decluttering is definetly, do it with someone else! They may see things from an entirely different perspective then you and that can be incredibly helpful! Brian had some good ideas to make the flow in the kitchen more natural – for example all coffee-things by the coffee maker, my baking stuff in drawers close to each other and so on. It freed up alot of counter space and we even got a whole cupboard for Diannas things now! I can’t believe we didn’t do this earlier!

We got rid of 2 whole bags!!! TWO?!? (and yes there are still things left in our cupboards) 🙂

Are you tired of your cluttered house? Follow my guide to declutter your home in 4 days.

I LOVE my kitchen now. Actually it’s one of the places in the house I spend most time (next to my bed!), so of course it’s important that it’s well organized and feels spacious. I try not to have too many appliances at any given time, simply because I know that in the long run we won’t use them. My husband LOVES buying new fancy machines though.

The one appliances I absolutely couldn’t live without is my Kitchenaid!! Next to brian, it’s my true love!

What is your favorite kitchen appliance?

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Declutter your home – Day 2

Want a cleaner, more tidy home? Follow my guide on how to declutter your home in 4 days. This is day 2 and we're decluttering the Bathroom.

Alright! Yesterday I tackled my wardrobe and today it’s my bathrooms turn. I am soooo bad at throwing things out – even actual garbage. We’re talking empty containers of creams and deoderants. They just sit in the cupboard taking up space. Well – no more!

I find it very important to be organized in my bathroom. We don’t have much storage space, so every inch counts.


I bought a couple of small baskets for bobby pins, scrunchies and all the small stuff that goes everywhere if you’re not careful, and I try to organize things together in the cupboards, for example one cupboard for hair products, one for body products and so on. We have two drawers close to the toilet, and that is where I keep lady-products like sanitary pads, tampons and of course toilet paper (Noone wants to have to run around after that when it’s needed!)

We each have a drawer, but my husband doesn’t really need one. He just has his toothbrush, shaver, deoderant and 1 perfume… talk about low maintinence! And I don’t complain, as I get alot of space. But now with a little girl growing up, I’m sure that will change soon.

There are many ways to declutter the bathroom, I decided however to go cupboard by cupboard. And boy was I ruthless!! I am a sample collector and I had quite the collection, but somehow I never really get them used, so again they just sit there, taking up space. All gone now!! (pat on my back!)

Another way to declutter can be to take everything out of the cupboards and start all over organizing them. This could help to give you a new perspective of what does where. If I had more time, I would have liked to do this, but oh well, that will have to be for next maternity leave hehe

12 things to get rid of in your BATHROOM! My guide to decluttering your house in 4 days and start the new year in a clutter-free home!

The bathroom is one of those places where I am so strict – I hate clutter in my bathroom and everything should have a space! Our bathroom is quite small, so organization is key.

What do you do to keep your bathroom organized??

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Declutter your home in 4 days!

This is the year, I feel it! This is the year I finally declutter the house!

I won’t say that we’re hoarders, we just have a lot of stuff! We see function and possibility in everything, and that just makes it tough to get rid of it because:

You know with a little new paint or varnish, this chair could be brand new…

This lamp might be needed in the future – better hold on to it….

Does this sound familiar? I bet we’re not the only ones.

Of course with only 5 days left of my maternity leave, I have plenty of time to get it done before going back to work. (read with a very sarcastic voice!) To make it simple, I decided to focus on one area of the house for each day left.


Trying to be more tidy - well a good way to start is with a total decluttering of your house. I did my whole house in just 4 days - go to my blog to read how:

I feel like I am constantly washing clothes, but they never end up in the closet, because there’s simply NO ROOM! So the clothes just sit on the sideboard table and we get our clothes from there, instead of going to the closet and then I wash the clothes again!?!…A stupid stupid circle!

So in hopes of finally using our actual closets again, I decided it was time to say goodbye to the clutter! You know, I still had clothes in my closet from my TEENS?!?! It was way past time for a good purge.

If you’re having a New Years purge too, here are 12 ideas for things to get rid off in your wardrobe.


12 things to get rid of in your wardrobe! My guide to decluttering your closet for the new year!

Most of all, be honest with yourself.

Are you really going to use this item again or are you just holding on to it?

I really have a hard time letting things go, but today I am quite proud of myself. I filled a whole bag for donation and another to toss.

Now my wardrobe is full of things I actually wear – and there’s even room for a new piece or two!!

How to start daycare right!

Start daycare right! A guide to the best start in daycare, how do you give your child the best start? Read my blogpost, to learn the details.,

The date of disaster is nearing!!!!…..

Just kidding… or well kind of. For me the date of disaster is coming closer. I know it’s not really DISASTER, but it stings a little to know, that it won’t be me putting Dianna down for naps or feeding her lunch and enjoying her wonderous smile all day. I am really going to miss her!!

BUT that being said, I can sense that she is ready for more stimulation. She loves it when we visit her daycare-mother Helle and she loves interacting with other children – she is ready! It’s just mommy here who’s having a tough time getting ready to let go.

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One of the things that really eases my mind though, is that she is going to be in a household, loving environment, and Helle has made a great plan to start her in the daycare, so it won’t overwhelm her.

The first day was today, and we came early in the morning at 7.30 and stayed to play, and left when it was time for her first nap, just around 9.00; so not too long. We’ve been to visit a couple times, and Dianna loves it and today was no exception. 🙂

If you are looking for a well-thought out plan of how to start daycare right – look no further!


How to give your child the best start in daycare

First day: New surroundings

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Your child and you need to become accustom to the daycare surroundings, other children and caregiver. You will come for a short visit in the morning, when your child is fed and rested. The visit should last from a ½ to 2 hours, and you’ll stay and play with the other children. It’s important that you stay for as long as your child is having fun, so it will be a good experience for your child and the other children as well.

Second day: Learning that mom/dad will come back

Today you come inside and play for a while, until your child is calm and having fun (this takes about 10 to 30 minutes). Then you say goodbye and leave. It’s important that you say a proper goodbye, so your child knows that you are going and will be gone. You will be gone from anywhere of 10 minutes to an hour, and in this periode we’ll be in close contact via text message, so you’ll know how it’s going. I will call you when it’s time to come back.

Third day: Learning to say goodbye

Children need to learn to say goodbye to mommy and daddy, and that they will come again to collect them. It's an important step in my guide to a great start en daycare. To read more about it, visit my blog:

This time you won’t come inside to stay. You will say goodbye in the entryway. It’s best with a short goodbye, so your child doesn’t get too upset and sad. If they start to cry, be comforted by knowing, that they will stop soon after you leave. Children get anxious and feel unsafe if you delay the goodbye, and they can feel you don’t want to say goodbye to them.

Your child will stay for a couple of hours. If your child cries a lot, I will send you a text message, when they’ve stopped, so you can feel at ease. I will call you when your child is tired and it’s naptime or if your child is VERY upset. Today your child won’t eat or sleep in the daycare. It’s therefore important you come when your child is fed and rested.

Fourth day: Eating in the daycare

Today you will arrive ½ to 1 hour before lunch, and your child will each lunch with the other children. It is normal for the child not to eat so much as usual, but your child can also be inspired by the other children and eat more then usual. We will be sure to take good time to eat. You collect your child after lunch, so you can go home and feed him/her if she didn’t eat and then put her down at naptime.

Fifth day: Sleeping in the daycare

"Sleeping in daycare"- one of the steps in my guide to a great start in daycare. To read the full guide, go to my blog:

Today you will deliver your child in the morning (at least before 10). Your child will eat lunch with the other children and sleep in the daycare afterwards, either the morning-nap or afternoon nap, depending on your childs rutines. I will send you a text message, when it’s time to collect your child. It’s important, that I be the one to take your child up from naptime, so they learn that mommy and daddy won’t arrive after they’ve slept. It will be best for the child to wake and stay and play with the other children for some time, and if possible a diaper change and some afternoon food as well, so that when you collect her, she will be rested, fed and happy.

Sixth day: All ready to go!

Your child is now ready to stay for a whole day in daycare. If it’s possible for you, it would be a good idea, to keep her days in daycare short for the second week, as she will probably be quite tired. If you are still on maternity leave, try to keep it to 3-5 hours at a time.

Helle, our daycaregiver is a mother of 4 and before she started her own business as a privat daycaregiver, she worked as a teacher for many years. What drew me towards choosing Helle’s daycare for Dianna, was that “her” children spend a lot of time outside playing in all weather, they play with instruments and enjoy music every day and she feeds them primarily organic foods. She has some great recipes on her website!

Her website is here: Helle’s organic daycare (be warned, it is in danish though!)

Helle's organic daycare - Diannas daycare. To read more about it and her guidelines to a good start for your child in daycare, visit my blog:

Now I am not saying that this is the only way to start daycare right – but it sounds like a great plan to me! What do you think?

I will let you know how it went next week – so stay tuned!!

What would be your best advice for other mothers, whose child is starting daycare/childcare?

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New Years Eve

My husband and I have an arrangement with some friends of ours, and we always spend New Years Eve together – or well we have done at least the last 3 years and this will be the 4 th. This year we have invited a 3 rd family along and some of our single girlfriends – and we will be all of 14 people; 8 adults and (yikes!) 6 children, 2 dogs and a partridge in a peartree….

In Denmark our Queen adresses the nation at 18.00 and it’s customary to see her speech on TV and it kinda kickstarts NYE for most families.

The danish queen giving her new years speech. To read more about my new years traditions, visit my blog at:

This year we will be serving:


Tuna-mousse with homebaked rolls


Main course

Beef filet with roasted potatoes, mushroom sauce, roasted green beans and a cabbage salad

(brian makes a killer mushroom sauce – and i’ll be sure and get the recipe on here asap! – but beware, lots and lots of cream!)



White chocolate mousse with berries

Delicious white chocolate mousse with berries. Our traditional dessert for New Years eve. What are you having for New Years Eve?


Late night snack

Tapas with cheese and veggies.


We, as hosts, prepare the food and people bring their preferred drinks; red or white wine, spirits or beer or even soda… (!!) hehe

We all have children, so there’s no drinking til the break of dawn, but we have good fun and the kids enjoy eachothers company.


The Parcel Game

Every year we each bring a parcel, and we play a parcel-game after dinner. We roll a dice (sometimes 2), and anyone who rolls a “6”, can pick a parcel from the table. After all parcels have been distriputed, we start a random timer (usually we put some random eggtimer on), and we roll again. This time if you roll a “6”, you can pick a parcel from anybody at the table. When the eggtimer rings – you get to keep the parcels in front of you. It’s great fun and sometimes it gets very competative and 1 or 2 parcels are very much in demand….

I can highly recommend it as a party game – especially with children


Another New Years tradition of mine is buying a new dress. I don’t spend very much money on clothes or personal items during the year – but for New Years I splurge a little on myself. However I always buy something, that I know I will use again during the year – so not something over the top… (for the most part…)

Here are a couple that I’ve got my eye on at the moment

New Years Eve dresses from ASOS that I am considering buying for NYE 2017. To read more about my new year traditions, visit my blog at

I absolutely LOVE ASOS and their CURVE and plus size collection. I feel that they are one for the frontrunners for letting plussize women wear fasionable clothing, without having to look old or too covered up. Their clothing is feminine, pretty and trendy. I’ve bought from their online shop a couple of times, and have never been dissatisfied. Also they have just started to offer free returns in Denmark!!! Very nice!

1./ 2. /3. /4.

 5. / 6. / 7.

8. / 9.

I really really like the white dress – nr. 2 – but I just know that it would only be white for about 20 min. and then I would have spilled something or Dianna would smudge her hands on it somehow… so that’s not really an option… but hey a girl can dream, right hehe

I think it’s going to be nr. 6 or 8…. but I just can’t decide….


Which is your favorite?

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Homemade presents for grandparents

Great kidmade gifts for grandparents. Want to make something special for your childrens grandparents? Here are some great ideas. Visit for other family diy's and recipes.

My parents are insanely generous and as wonderful as it is to be on the recieving end – it’s sometimes hard as well. With my husband going back to school, our economic situation doesn’t really allow for us to give them big presents – but I try to find other ways to express our appreciation of them and all they do for us.

This year I made an advent calendar from Dianna to them.

Advent is derived from latin, and means “coming” or ” to come” and is the season that leads up to both the Pagan tradition of celebrating the return of the Sun; and the Christian tradition of celebrating the birth of God’s son, Jesus. The 1. advent falls on the 4th sunday before the winter solstice. 

My mom made an extremely over-the-top giftcalendar for Dianna both last year AND this year and I wanted to let them know that we really appreciate it. She put loads of my favorite clothing brand (Molo!!!!) for Dianna and toys for her in there – stuff she knows we could never afford to buy for her.

The last month or so, I have been pinning like crazy on Pinterest for presents for grandparents, so if you’re searching for inspiration, try to have a look at my board here…

My gift pinterest board

However all my pinning ended with this result:


1. Advent

They always buy these for their grandchildren but NEVER indulge themselves, so we bought them their favorite advent calendar with sweets.

haribo advent calendar - what i bought for my parents as first advent presents. To see the full advent calendar gift selection, visit my blog:
For my dad who loves jelly sweets


Liquorice advent calendar for my mother. To see the full advent calendar for grandparents visit my blog at:
For my mother, who loves liquorice!



2. Advent

My dad had a real sweet-tooth and always has some candy lying around – so we took a glas jar with a porcelain lid and wrote “Grandpa’s candy” on it. Sadly I forgot to take a picture of ours – but the inspiration came from this picture…Grandpa's candy jar - the second present in my advent calendar for grandparents. To see the full advent calendar, visit my blog:



My mother tho – loves her wine and so I bought her favorite kind and switched out the label with my own.

Second advent calendar gift in my grandparents advent calendar. To see the full advent calendar, visit my blog at:

Second advent calendar gift in my grandparents advent calendar. To see the full advent calendar, visit my blog at:
Served cold and to be enjoyed after a tough day of babysitting. Love you grandma, hugs from Dianna

3. Advent

My father collects T-shirts – every concert or place he’s been, he’s always sure to buy the T-shirt, and so I thought I would make him his very own Grandpa’s T-shirt. We ordered it from Vistaprint and put this wonderful picture of my dad with his two grandchildren on it.

Third advent calendar present for grandpa, a t-shirt with this picture on it from Vistaprint. To see the full advent calendar, visit my blog:
Grandkids make life more grand!


I knew my mother wanted a hand or footprint for her wall (she has a wall full of family memrobilia), so we made this artwork for her.

Third advent present for grandma. To see the full adventcalendar visit my blog at:



4. Advent

This time it was my fathers turn to have something to hang in his home office


I love you grandpa! The best kid-made diy presents for grandparents. To find more ideas for diy gifts, visit my blog:



I made a calendar with home pictures of my niece Annabella her first year and my mother loved that – so I thought I would do it again, but this time with Diannas pictures. Again I ordered it at Vistaprint, (who at the moment have 50% on their calendars by the way!)

I thought it was such a great gift, I ordered 4, so both great grandmothers could get one as a christmas present and my sister, Diannas godmother as well. It’s such a lovely gift and a great way to have nice personal pictures on the wall, that can still serve a purpose too.

Christmas present for grandparents - a calendar with baby pictures. They will love it!!! To see more ideas for gifts and christmas diy's, visit my blog:
“A Year full of Dianna”



The advent calendar was a BiG hit – and it just goes to show; you don’t need to spend a lot of money, it’s the thought that counts!

What are your favorite kid-made grandparent gifts??


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How to make paper rose christmas ornaments

How to make red paper christmas ornaments, my favorite christmas craft. To see the full tutorial visit my blog at:

This year we are hosting christmas eve! I’m very excited, and of course my OCD-gene is saying that “everything has to be perfect!” But perfect for me, isn’t “picture perfect” but more about the ambience.

In danish we have a word “hygge”. Directly translated it means cosy – but it speaks more to a state of mind; to indulge in something or be in the moment. And we are masters of that in Denmark.

If you want to read more about the “danish state of mind and living” I can recommend this article:

How living danishly made me happier

Something that has always had great meaning in my family is the christmas tree. We spend the afternoon on the 24th of december decorating it together as a family, mostly with homemade decorations and some glass decorations handed down through the family.

This year we have started a new tradition of cutting down our own tree – kinda like the Griswold family haha – but without the root :p

Chopping down our own christmas tree 2017 at Dyssegaard. To read my blogpost about how to make great rose ornaments for your christmas tree, go to my blog at:

Even Dianna helped out…

Brian and Dianna cutting down our christmas tree 2017. To see how to make great rose ornaments for your christmas tree, visit my blog at:

Many Pagan cultures cut boughs of evergreen trees in December, bring them into the home and decorate them with candles and ornaments. And here in Denmark it is a common tradition. Back then it was to recognize the winter solstice – the time of the year, that had the shortest daylight hours and the longest night of the year. This occurs annually sometime between December 20 th to 23 rd.

As everything withers in the winter, but the everygreens somehow withstand the weather, as if by magick, we bring a bit of the magick inside our homes with us, and it helps us remember that spring is on its way.

And as a symbol of spring, we decorate our christmas tree with paper roses in my family. The first christmas tree I remember, at my grandparents was covered in red and white paper roses


And I wanted to recreate that this year for my little girl Dianna.

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How to make paper rose christmas ornaments
Silk paper rose ornaments
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How to make red paper christmas ornaments, my favorite christmas craft. To see the full tutorial visit my blog at:
  1. Take a piece of the red silk paper and roll length wise around the wooden kabob stick.
    First step to making paper rose ornaments for the christmas tree. To see the whole tutorial, visit my blog at:
  2. Leave about 5 cm that's not rolled around the kabob stick.
  3. Now scrunch up the silk paper around the kabob stick and push it off the stick.
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  4. Twist the scrunched up end around itself to make the rose-bud and flower.
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  5. Take the green silk paper, and place around the paper rose, to make leaves.
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  6. Lastly cut the plant wire and wrap tightly around the paper rose stem and leaves.
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Recipe Notes

You can make these in all colors of the rainbow - but we prefer to keep it simple and just use red and white.

How to make red rose paper ornaments for your christmas tree. To see full tutorial visit my blog at:

What is your favorite homemade christmas ornament??

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Checklist: Ways to soothe your baby

Checklist: How to soothe your baby. Many different ways to soothe your fussy baby. Try this, it work!!! Visit my blog: to see more likeminded articles on babycare.

It has been a tough couple of weeks…. phew…

Dianna has turned 8 months and has up til now slept like… well like a baby! But suddenly she is more aware of me and her daddy, that we are independent from her and have our own will. We can move away from her – and we can stay away (of course we wouldn’t!!) and we can come back. And so she wants to keep us in sight at all times!

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Boy is it exhausting… but it makes you creative and voila… I have this great post for you… because my trials are for your benefit!


Ways to soothe your baby

First of all, there are 4 things to always check, if your baby is fussy:

Baby’s basic needs

  1. Is baby hungry?
  2. Does baby need to be burped?
  3. Is there a dirty diaper?
  4. Is baby tired?

If all of these are out of the question… I ask myself

Is my baby in good health?

Does your baby have trouble with gas?

  • Cycle baby’s legs while she lies on her back
  • Lay your baby across your knees and rub her back
  • Give her a gentle oil massage on her stomach, always rubbing from (your) left to right in circle
  • Ask your pediatrician about using infant gas drops

Does your baby have a fever?

  • Check baby’s temperature
  • Ask your pediatrcian about using infant pain reliever (paracetemol)

Is your baby having teething pain?

  • Offer your baby a teething ring, soft toothbrush or something cold.

I like to keep some pacifiers in the freezer – it helps her sore gums!

  • Ask your pediatrician about using teething gel for babies


If everything is fine with my baby’s health, I wonder….

Does baby want to cuddle?

  • Hold your baby close, skin-to-skin
  • Wear your baby in a wrap or carrier
  • Offer baby a pacifier
  • Swaddle your baby

Is baby comfortable?

  • Check baby’s temperature – is she too hot or too cold?
  • Undress baby, incase a clothing tag or material is bothering her
  • Go outside and get some fresh air
  • Maybe baby is over-stimulated; stop eye-contact, remove toys and other stimuli, dim the lights
  • Maybe baby is under-stimulated; talk and interact with baby, show baby toys and household items

Maybe baby wants to move?

  • Gently bounce or swing your baby
  • Take baby for a walk in the baby carrier
  • Place baby in a swing or bouncy chair
  • Go for a car ride

Maybe baby wants some sound?

  • Play some music or sing to baby
  • Turn on some “white noise” – tv or vacuum cleaner
  • Make a “shushing” noise close to baby’s ear


There are a million other things to try -and some days nothing seems to work. Try to listen to your intuition.

Babies are like us – we have good and bad days too. They have to learn so much in such a little time! It must be exhausting!!! (just like being a mom!) 🙂 and some days they are just fussy without reason…

However, if you’ve tried this checklist repeatedly and your baby still is fussy – I would talk to my pediatrician, just to rule out any medical issue.


Do you have any tips I need to add to my checklist??

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Lowcarb Stirfry

Lowcarb chicken stirfry, yummy in your tummy! To see the recipe visit my blog at:

One of the easiest dishes to low-carbify is a stirfry. Instead of rice, we use shredded cauliflower, it’s just as tasty and SO filling!

It’s also really easy to do in advance, so dinner is ready in under 15 minutes. We often shred the cauliflower the night before or even days before and store it in the fridge in airtight storage-boxes.


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Lowcarb Stirfry
Yummy in your tummy chicken stirfry
Lowcarb chicken stirfry, yummy in your tummy! To see the recipe visit my blog at:
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Asian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Asian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Lowcarb chicken stirfry, yummy in your tummy! To see the recipe visit my blog at:
  1. Shred the cauliflower. (This can be done days ahead of time. )
  2. In a large saucepan over medium heat, cook the diced chicken.
  3. Add the garlic, salt, pepper and tamari and stir until the sauce starts to brown.
  4. Stir until most of the liquid has reduced and then add the shredded cauliflower.
  5. Cook until the cauliflower is evenly incorporated with the chicken.
  6. Spread everything along the sides of the pan, creating a well in the middle. Pour the beaten eggs into the well, and wait to stir until the eggs are cooked. When the eggs are cooked, mix with the rest.
  7. Add the chopped green onions and serve!
Recipe Notes

We use this as an easy meal, when we both have a full day. It's way too easy to get tempted to get takeaway after a busy day, and shopping just before having to make dinner, often results in bad decisions for us - so we have learned to always have cauliflower rice on hand in the fridge!

What is your go to "easy meal" instead of takeaway??


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