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How to Make the Ultimate Cheesy, Low-Carb Nachos

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Tiffany Lin has been a writer and editor since 2008. Her book reviews, news pieces and features have appeared in Cat Fancy, Dog World, Romantic Homes, Cottages & Bungalows, Chickens, Kittens USA and Urban Farm magazines. Lin is currently the Food & Drink and Nutrition Editor for LIVESTRONG.COM.
How to Make the Ultimate Cheesy, Low-Carb Nachos
These spicy, colorful rainbow nachos are a sure crowd pleaser. Photo Credit: Mixed Makeup

It’s easy to offer your friends a bag of chips and a bowl of dip when they come over, but come on now — let’s show your loved ones a little more effort! Featuring mini sweet bell peppers in lieu of chips, our rainbow nachos are a low-carb twist on a party favorite.

Red Pepper Nachos

Blow your friends' nacho-loving minds with this low-carb twist on a party favorite (🎥 via Mixed Makeup)

Recipe: lvstrng.com/2jsJCKY

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Saturday, February 4, 2017

This recipe features de-seeded and halved roasted peppers stuffed with shredded chicken and creamy cotija cheese. Exceptionally rich in vitamin C, bell peppers also provide heart-healthy potassium and vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant.

But that’s not all: You’ll also be sprinkling on black beans; salsa; pomegranate seeds; diced avocado and pineapple; roasted pepitas; and chopped cilantro. It’s a nutrient-loaded dish that bursts with festive flavors and colors. So don’t be surprised if these Instagram-worthy nachos disappear within minutes!

One serving provides 209 calories, 11.73 grams total fat, 18.37 grams protein and 7.94 grams total carbohydrates.

For the Full Recipe: Low-Carb Rainbow Nachos

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