When it comes to comfort food, most people prefer dishes that are rich, fried, full of carbs, and, well, unhealthy. However, there are easy swaps you can make in a beloved recipe to make it more nutritious, and that’s exactly what Dr. Angela Nunnery, primary care physician in Kingwood, does.
We sat down to talk to Dr. Nunnery about her favorite dish to make when she’s craving some comfort, and she shared her favorite recipe for low-carb lasagna. Get it here: Roasted Garlic Spaghetti Squash Lasagna Boats from Half Baked Harvest.
"I love this recipe. When you are eating a fit diet, it is important for the entire family to be on the same page," said Dr. Nunnery, "This gives you the tastes of lasagna without the high carbohydrate pasta. It has protein, vegetables, and dairy all in its own dish!"