Artichokes Au Gratin

ArtichokesAuGratinI created this dish on a whim and it was so good, both I and my husband gave it a thumbs up.  I rarely buy artichokes but bought a big jar of them at Sam’s recently for a chicken recipe I wanted to try and this is what I did with the other half of them.  This dish is delicious and it happens to be Atkins Induction friendly as well as Keto friendly.

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8 oz. boiled and drained artichoke hearts, chopped into quarters

1 Flax Sandwich Bun

½ oz. crushed plain pork rinds

4 oz. Monterrey Jack cheese, grated

2 T. total Parmesan cheese

1/4 tsp. paprika

1/4 tsp. onion powder

3 oz. heavy cream (1/4 c. + 2 T.)

Pinch black pepper


Set aside 1 T. Parmesan for topping the casserole.  Quarter or coarsely chop cooked artichoke hearts and place in mixing bowl.  Add all remaining and stir to blend well.  Pour into non-stick or greased baking dish.  Top with reserved tablespoon Parmesan.  Bake at 350º for 20 minutes until bubbly.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 4 servings, each containing:

276 calories

21.5 g  fat

9.093 g  carbs, 4.0 g  fiber, 5.03 g  NET CARBS

14.13 g  protein

166 mg. sodium

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