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Stuffed Peppers of Many Kinds

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Kyndra Holley, who writes the Peace, Love and Low Carb blog, has recipes for at least half a dozen kinds of stuffed peppers. It seems like she takes recipes that need to be held in something (like tacos, or pizza) and uses the pepper shells to hold them. A great idea! I can get big peppers for 50 cents during the summer at the Farmers Market, which would be the time to try them.

Here are links to her recipes:

Lasagna Stuffed Peppers -

Hawaiian Pizza Stuffed Peppers - peaceloveandlowcarb.blog

Pepperoni Pizza Stuffed Peppers - peaceloveandlowcarb.blog

Sloppy Joe Stuffed Peppers - peaceloveandlowcarb.blog

Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers - peaceloveandlowcarb.blog

Kitchen Sink Stuffed Peppers - peaceloveandlowcarb.blog

And I thought I saw a recipe for Taco Stuffed Peppers, but maybe that was someone else using the same idea.

I haven't tried any of these, but it sounds like a way to sort of fancy up a meal and make the meat go farther, especially if you grow your own peppers or have access to cheap ones at the Farmers Market.
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  • ADZY86
    Yum yum! I'm experimenting with not eating cheese so I think I'll make a version if the sloppy joes one this weekend. Thanks x
    1785 days ago
    I've made a sloppy joe stuffed pepper (a little simpler than this one), and I love them.
    1785 days ago
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    1785 days ago
    Thank you so much for sharing these links. I make a very similar stuffed pepper with ground turkey, salsa, corn black beans and cheddar cheese..... delish!! I can't wait to try some of these others. Most are low cal and will make a great summer meal!! emoticon emoticon
    1785 days ago
    I will have to try the Lasagna stuffed peppers! YUM!
    1785 days ago
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