Cookies

Cookies are my year round favorite. They taste good, they are easily portioned and most are easy to make. Cookies seem to be a holiday staple so I thought I would put a bunch of recipes together in one place for easy holiday baking and cookie swaps. I use a cookie scoop for all my... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Pie Custard

  I love pumpkin pie, year round. Before keto, I would make extras and eat slices for breakfast too. It's eggs and vegetables, right?….like an omelet (kidding). There are lots of recipes out there for keto friendly crusts and you could make this in a crust, or make it in ramekins and eat it as... Continue Reading →

Ultra Filtered Milk and Yogurt

I love yogurt, for breakfast, for dessert or for snacks….It’s good stuff and good for you. Milk itself is high carb, which means yogurt is also pretty high carb, especially if it’s sweetened or flavored. Greek yogurt can be lower carb, but still high enough that it becomes a once in a while treat. Yogurt... Continue Reading →

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 →

Holidays – Keto Style

Turkey is easy, just avoid sugar in any rubs or brines you choose to use. I, for one plan on making extra for leftovers. Ham can be slightly more carb heavy, but watch your ingredients and avoid honey or brown sugar, though if you add your own sweeteners at home, that's fine Prime rib or... 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 →

Fall is Pumpkin Season

I am not a pumpkin spice latte fan...but I love everything else pumpkin. A 1/2 cup of Pumpkin Puree has 50 calories, 7 net carbs and a tiny bit of protein. It is also packed full of vitamin A and has some iron. Here are some of my favorites... Pumpkin Pound Cake - A family... Continue Reading →

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