Banana Bread Pound Cake (Lupin Flour)

This bread/cake happened for two reason, I miss banana bread and I love making new recipes with lupin flour. The texture of this is great, it's dense and sturdy, not mushy or wet like almond flour tends to be. You could skip the banana syrup or swap it for extract or even use a different... Continue Reading →

Root Beer BBQ Sauce

One of my favorite sauces pre keto was a Root Beer BBQ sauce...it took a while before I was ready to duplicate, but here it is and it was wonderful! Root Beer BBQ Sauce Ingredients 1 can Zevia root beer1 tbsp balsamic vinegar1 tbsp molasses (skip if you are strict)1 tbsp butter2 tbsp minced onion1... Continue Reading →

BBQ Salmon or Halibut

This is my go to fish recipe, It's my favorite simple way to cook up fresh Alaskan salmon or halibut. I'm sure it would work with other fish as well. BBQ Salmon or Halibut Ingredients 2 pounds salmon (Halibut works great, too)2 tbsp butter¼ cup brown sugar substitute¼ cup soy sauce or coconut aminos3 garlic... Continue Reading →

Mini Vanilla Cake (Lupin Flour)

This recipe is super versatile. Oven or microwave, add in anything you want to change it up. Change it to any flavor or top it with whatever your hearts desire. This can be dessert or even breakfast, one or 2 servings depending on what you want. 3 net carbs for the whole recipe (not including... Continue Reading →

Mini Chocolate Cakes (Lupin Flour)

I have decided I love the texture of lupin flour and have been working on new recipes to include it. I have also decided I would like some smaller recipes for baked goods...no more than 2 days worth. Keto baked goods tend to lose some yum factor as they age, even with lupin flour. This... Continue Reading →

Zucchini & Blue Cheese Salad/Pasta

This salad was so much better than I imagined. It can easily be doubled or switched up to fit your ingredients or meal plan. You could even swap the dressing for olive oil and serve it warm as a "pasta" dish, maybe with mushrooms, shrimp or chicken. Zucchini & Blue Cheese Salad Ingredients Better picture... Continue Reading →

Lupin Blueberry Muffins

I've tried a few muffins over the last few years....They were good, but always gritty and wet or eggy. As I play with lupin flour more and more, I am learning that it really enhances the texture of keto baked good. It also seems to make baked goods more solid, they don't crumble and fall... Continue Reading →

Creamed Spinach

A simple side dish that can get just about anyone eating spinach. The key to making this so wonderful is getting all the spinach juice out. Use cheesecloth to squeeze the heck out of it. Creamed Spinach Ingredients 2 tbsp butter1/2 medium onion, minced2 cloves garlic, minced1 tsp salt1/2 tsp pepper1-1½ cups half-and-half or heavy... Continue Reading →

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. Add berries, nuts or chocolate chips or swap the butter for peanut butter. Change them up just like... 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 →

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