Hello loves! Did you know that today is National Caramel Day? To celebrate I’m sharing the perfect keto caramel sauce. This caramel sauce, unlike many others out there, will stay a perfect consistency refrigerated or reheated and will not spike your blood sugar!(more…)
Bacon. Cheese. Burger. Some of my very favorite words in the English language. Put ’em together and it’s magic. And while I’m never going to give up a bunless Five Guys bacon cheeseburger with mushrooms, this low carb stromboli version means I can enjoy it for less money (and more bread!) and I know exactly what goes into it. Plus, this recipe has basically perfect macros for a ketogenic diet!(more…)
Hello, loves! Easter is nearly upon us and I didn’t want to leave you without a lovely little festive treat that is both healthy and delicious. I have always loved the idea of eggs in a nest for Easter time, but most nest cookies are full of sweetened condensed milk and sugary coconut (or are made with marshmallows and cereal!) These Easter egg nest cookies have no added sugar, are low carb, and are crispity crunchity coconutty deliciousness and can be whipped up in a flash.(more…)
My love affair with Reese’s peanut butter cups started at a young age. Peeling the black paper off, listening to the pop at each ridge as it separated from the chocolate, taking the first bite through the milk chocolate and into that characteristically dry but delicious peanut butter– it’s an experience I remember well.
To this day, the combination of chocolate and peanut butter is one of my absolute favorites. Now that I eat a keto diet, I can’t just pick up some Reese’s at the grocery store (or those amazing Trader Joe’s dark chocolate peanut butter cups) but I can make an even better version at home. These healthy, low carb (hey, they’re even vegan!) peanut butter cups are incredibly easy and use just two ingredients!
And they’re higher quality to boot!(more…)
It’s March! That means shamrocks, green beer, and corned beef. I personally love corned beef, but it takes time to make from scratch and buying it ready-made can be expensive. So I’m presenting you with this alternative that will still give you lots of Irish flavor. Irish Sausages with cabbage, all cooked on a single sheet pan and it’s so much easier than corned beef!(more…)
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