Dessert Toppings

Top cheesecakes, chia pudding, yogurt, pancakes or waffles.... anything you can think of that needs a sweet touch. Peanut Butter Sauce - 2 Tbsp Peanut Butter1 Tbsp Butter1 tsp Sweetener (+/- to taste)2 Tbsp Heavy Cream (+/- for consistency) Melt peanut butter & butter in microwave for 30 seconds, stir well and add sweetener and... Continue Reading →

Rhubarb Recipes

Rhubarb is as popular in summer, as pumpkin is in fall. Rhubarb is also very low carb and a wonderful keto option. It freezes well and can be store to use all year long. Here are some wonderful ways to use your rhubarb.... Most if not all of these recipes could also be made with... Continue Reading →

Kid & Family Friendly

It's always easier if everyone in the house is eating the same foods. Keto doesn't have to mean separate many recipes can be ketofied. You can make meals that can be eaten by every one, even the kids can enjoy this family favorites. Most kids like the simple stuff like burgers, hot dogs, spaghetti... Continue Reading →

Cauliflower Tots (or Gnocchi)

I love to have a dip-able side dish (like fries) with some foods... burgers, chicken strips and so on. I make lots of "fries" (zucchini, eggplant) but I like variety.... Scroll past recipe to see how to use this as gnocchi. Even my potato loving husband and my non-keto friends have enjoyed these. Cauliflower Tots... Continue Reading →

Breakfast – Yogurt and More

I eat yogurt almost every morning, but I don't want it to get boring so I like to doctor it up.... All of these idea can be used on Chia Pudding or Keto Porridge too Keto Porridge – Instructions: 1/4 cup ricotta1 T butter1 tsp sweetener Directions: Heat for 30 second in microwave, mix well... Continue Reading →

Breadcrumbs – Pork Panko

Breading can be hard when your keto...this can replace it in any recipe. Add in different seasoning to fit your taste and use cup for cup as a breadcrumb replacement. Ingredients 2 cups pork rinds, crushed2 1/2 cups Parmesan cheese, grated2 tsp garlic powder2 tsp onion powder1/2 tsp salt1/4 tsp black pepper3 tsp dried parsley1... Continue Reading →

Crusty Bread

There are a million and one keto/low carb bread recipes out there. Some are good, some are ok and some are just gross. They tend to be "eggy" or crumbly and dry due to the lack of gluten. Here are some other bread and biscuit recipes, but this is the most like bread I have... Continue Reading →

Making your own ice cream…

I have a Cuisinart 1.5 qt. Ice Cream Maker and this is what works for me. Milk or Milk Substitutes : You can substitute lower fat creams (e.g., half and half), milk (reduced fat or lowfat) as well as non-dairy milks (almond, coconut) for heavy cream and whole milk used in many recipes. However, keep... Continue Reading →

Butters, Sauces and Gravies

Sometimes it's hard to get the fats in. Fats are a lever, meaning you don't have to get them all in everyday, but they do help keep the hunger away. Here is some information on fats and why we need it. One of my favorite ways to add fats is to add sauces, compound butters... Continue Reading →

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