GORP Cookies

The newest cookie in my collection and I fell in love. The texture and the flavor are just amazing. It reminds me of a trail cookie from my childhood called a GORP cookie, filled with all kinds of healthy stuff that tastes too good to be healthy. GORP Cookies Ingredients: 1/2 cup Butter, melted1/2 cup... Continue Reading →

Zucchini Bread

I love zucchini bread and this is a good one. It comes out a little moist, you can add a little extra almond flour or a tbsp of coconut flour or oat fiber to absorb some of it if you would like. The original recipe was for 1 cup of zucchini I added about 2,... Continue Reading →

Peanut Butter Cake

My family is a bunch of peanut butter fanatics so this was a hit. It is super rich and a small piece goes a long way. I paired it with a homemade strawberry ice cream. I recommend storing this in the fridge, it seems to dry out pretty quick. Peanut Butter Cake Ingredients Cake: 2... Continue Reading →

Beer Bread

I always liked beer bread pre-keto, I didn't think I would ever be making it again....surprise, surprise.   There are lots of low carb beers out there, but there is only 1/2 a cup in beer so the carbs will be low anyway, so I just used my husbands local craft beer.   I chose... Continue Reading →

Cakes – Tried and True

Everyone loves cake, and no one wants to miss out because they are keto. They shouldn’t have to, these recipes are keto, gluten free, sugar free, and perfect for diabetics too. They are also, and most importantly, delicious. Non-keto people, including children have tried and approved these recipes. I have found that most people who... Continue Reading →

Baked pancakes

There are so many pancake recipes out there. Here are some others, but this is the one I make the most. One pan is plenty for 2 or 3 people, make multiple pans for groups. Make ahead for the fridge or freezer. These do not have an eggy flavor like so many others do. Baked... Continue Reading →

90 second bread

There are quite a few different recipes out there for 90 second bread. Here are a couple basics. You can season or spice them up however you want to fit your menu, sweet or savory. The KEY to it all, to make it resemble bread, or toast is to fry it in a skillet after... Continue Reading →

Zucchini Fritters

These are super simple and very tasty, I could see making them a little thicker and using them for burger buns or adding some smoked salmon and making salmon patties out of this. They are good with a cool creamy sour cream sriracha dip. Zucchini Fritters Ingredients: 2 cups grated zucchini (one medium sized zucchini)... Continue Reading →

No Bake Cheesecake

I needed a quick simple cheesecake and didn't have time for it to cool and set. I think this turned out as good or better. This has become a common dessert to take to parties and potlucks, even camping. Use the crust below or use cookies or granola for a different taste or texture. Especially... Continue Reading →

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