These almond and honey crusted pork chops are good for all four body types if the portion sizes and sides are appropriate. This is a simple and flavorful dish that takes no time to prepare.
Apples & Athletes: This makes a great dinner for you as is. Pair with roasted asparagus and a spinach salad and you've got a great meal that's the perfect size.
Babyfaces & Pears: This is a great dish for you, too, but cut the portions in half. Babyfaces, pair this with a non-starchy vegetable and you've got a great dinner. Pears, add a little quinoa, rice or maybe sweet potato to your dish along with another vegetable and you'll be completely satisfied.
Almond and Honey Crusted Pork Chops
Serves 4- 6
4 thick-cut pork chops
½ c. almond meal
¼ c. honey
½ tsp. sea salt
Preheat oven to 375. Mix together sea salt and almond meal in a medium size bowl. Cover one side of the pork chops with a thin layer of honey. Dredge the honey-covered side in almond meal mixture. Cover the opposite side of the pork chops with honey, and dredge in almond meal mixture. Bake on baking sheet for 30 minutes.
i was too fat looking back i was nmaorl healthy child, i just wasn’t a skinny ballerina, but my entire life has been marked by it. I was sent to different diet camps for kids, i wasn’t allowed sweets and other bad things like other children so i wanted everything more and began to eat when no one could see. In my adult life i have tried most things, VLC (800 cal pr day!), WW, counting calories, and also cutting out carbs but not really adding fat.I AM SCARED to death of trying the LCHF and almost think my heart will clog by the fat. Any ideas how to make the mental transition, because even with all the knowledge that seems to make sense to me, after so many years of different views and failed attempts to lose weight (even with 5xweek exersize and healthy eating), i think this is my absolute last diet try. I’m almost 100 kg and would like to shed about 30 kilos.
Great job, thanks:-). Best regards. PR