Lunches – Hot & Cold

Lunches seem to be difficult for people on the go. Some people don't have a way to heat things up, or they need to eat in the car, Some need fast food or have business lunches. A little meal prep on the weekends can make the work days easier. There really are so many options,... Continue Reading →

Keto Camping

This topic has been coming up a lot, so here we go. There are lots of ways to camp…tent, RV, cabin, with a “kitchen” of some sort, over an open fire, or some combination in between. I am a big supporter of pre-making foods or making mixes in baggies to go. Measure out all your... Continue Reading →

Make ahead – Meal prep

Sometime the key to success with keto is having something to grab when you need it. Meal prepping and ready to go foods can help. I don't personally pre-make my meals (lots of people do though) I don't know what I want to eat an hour from now, let alone a week from now. Mostly... Continue Reading →

Broccoli Salad

A simple vegetable dish that can be adapted to any taste. A healthy side dish or a light dinner. The purple notes are my additions and substitutions. This only takes minutes to make and holds up in the refrigerator well. It would make a great potluck or BBQ addition. Broccoli Salad Ingredients: For the Salad... Continue Reading →

Garlic Butter Chicken Thighs

I have never been a huge fan of chicken thighs, but because of a recent sale at the grocery store I decided I needed to try again. I went looking for a keto friendly chicken thigh recipe that sounded good. I knew it needed to be crispy...this is what I found. It was so good,... Continue Reading →

Low protein meals and snacks

I find myself going over on my proteins too often. My solution is save the majority of my proteins for dinner so I can have the good stuff. Here are some ideas for lower protein meals and snacks. Vegetables - Especially leafy ones can be filling and they typically don't add a lot of protein... Continue Reading →

Tomato Soup

I love tomato soup, especially over noodles. I had to come up with a keto friendly version. Tomatoes are high carbs and full of sugar, so cutting it with the chicken broth lessens the carbs per ounce and still allows the rich flavors to come through. This recipe is pure comfort food. Tomato Soup Ingredients:... Continue Reading →

Eating out – It can be done!!

Eating out does not have to be hard, once you know what you can eat and what to look out for, it’s easy. There is the obvious – Avoid bread, rice, potatoes and desserts. This included breaded/fried foods. Unless you have carb’ers with you…ask the server to not bring the bread. There is the not-so-obvious... Continue Reading →

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