Lupin Flour Pancakes

I have tried about 30 different keto pancakes and waffles... I finally found "The One". These are amazing and the closest thing to non-keto tasting I have found. They are not gritty, eggy, flat or just weird. Lupin Flour Pancakes/Waffles Ingredients 1/3 cup lupin flour (fine ground)2 tbsp almond flour2 tsp sweetener1/2 tsp baking powder1/4... Continue Reading →

Sauces and Dips

So many simple sauces that can change the flavor of a dish, or a dip for veggies and pork rinds. Check out some warm gravies and cream sauces that can also help you up your fats. I also have some sweet dessert toppings Asian Peanut Sauce Ingredients 1/2 cup peanut butter1/3 cup soy sauce (or... Continue Reading →

Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes are a quick and easy dinner that can make keto and non-keto family members happy and satisfied. Even the kids will like this one. Serve on chaffles, or favorite bread substitute, or make rolls from fathead dough. Add a side of cauliflower mac & cheese, cauli-tots or zucchini fries to make a complete... Continue Reading →

Salmon Patties

These could be made with just about any fish or seafood, crab, shrimp, tuna.... A great option for left-overs or a budget friendly way to stretch your dinner. Can be made simple or as elegant as you want. A completely versatile meal addition, make them small for an appetizer or party food or make them... Continue Reading →

Apple Pie Chia Pudding

Chia pudding is one of my favorite breakfasts and can be a healthy dessert. I often make a batch of vanilla chia pudding and change it up during the week with different toppings...this has become of one of my favorites and I find myself sharing it a lot, so here it is. Here are some... Continue Reading →

Halibut Olympia

One of the simplest, fancy dishes you can make. Make it for a quick delicious dinner or for a special dinner for 2. If you have the halibut, chances are you have everything else in your kitchen. Halibut Olympia Ingredients: 2 tbsp Butter1 large chopped onion (sliced is typical, but I prefer diced)SaltPepper1 tbsp dry... Continue Reading →

Chicken Curry Soup

I love curry, but not spicy. This recipe is not spicy at all...but you could easily add the amount of spice you like with seasoning like chili powder, peppers or sriracha sauce. This is great because you can add just about any vegetable, fresh or frozen. Firmer veggies should be partially cooked or sauteed before... Continue Reading →

Little to No Cooking Required

Sometimes we don't have the time, sometime we're sick or injured or just don't want to cook. Sometimes we can't cook because we are staying with family or friends, traveling or some people choose not to or just don't know how. Here are some ideas for eating keto when you can't cook. Remember to read... Continue Reading →

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