As if!

To lift or not to lift was a question! Of COURSE we must lift! How else can we rise to all occasions calling on our inner AND outer strength? Barbell 12:10 – 12:50 Fuel Fitness

Coconut Flour Gnocchi (385 calories/batch)

This is a lovely low carb version of Gnocchi made with coconut flour.   They are yummy with a tomato sauce, but you could have them with melted butter and fresh herbs too.   When cooking them in water, they sink then float, just like the original recipe.

However, the floating to the surface does not mean that they are cooked like the potato version.  They  take about 3-4 minutes to cook.

INGREDIENTS

3 eggs, beaten

4 tblspns coconut flour

4 tblspns Parmesan cheese, grated

1 tspn garlic powder

1/4 tspn salt

If you LOVE the potato version of Gnocchi, you gotta try this healthier alternative.  Whether you’re Italian or not, this dish is a WINNER!  (Serve with Marinara sauce)  ENJOY!

Remember:  You were intended out of love, so you must be love in order to intend.

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3 thoughts on “As if!

  1. Lelacheur, Elizabeth

    Anneliese,

    I tried this recipe and do not know what happened. The result was more like polenta. The Gnocci instantly dissolved into mush. Don’t get me wrong the mush was tasty.

    Do you have any tips?

    Liz LeLacheur

    P.S. I have joined Fuel, but have not made it to any noon classes yet.

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    1. forcefitnessmt Post author

      hi Elizabeth! Are you a Pinterest fan? What I can do is give you that link and you can read through each of the directions from there. Cuz I know this really does work. I’m glad you joined fuel and hope to see you soon!

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