Sending a shout-out to Choc-Zero for sending a sample of their zero net carb caramel syrup! I used this to help create a truly decadent turtle cheesecake with the right touch of chocolate, caramel, and peanut flavors! You can enjoy it right along with us because I am including an "easy to whip up" recipe just for all of you! And, just 3 grams net carbs per slice! Who's ready to dig in?
This is it! This recipe took a lot of time and patience to perfect but I've nailed it! This is a soft and delicious Keto friendly, low carb hamburger bun! It holds up just fine to mayo and no-sugar-added ketchup. Don't forget to add some lettuce and a thinly sliced heirloom tomato! Break out the grill and get ready for BBQ season!!
I've literally made a version of this about 12 times trying to nail it! I finally did and now am sharing with all of you! This has everything you are hoping for... creamy, sweet, chocolatey, and does not crumble! It is the perfect balance of flavors. It is also wonderful for making buckeyes for the holidays! Bookmark or print this recipe so you'll always have it handy. Be sure to come back and let me know how you liked it.
Two words... they spread when baking!! And, just in case you are new to Keto... This. Is. Huge! I cannot wait for you to try them! Come back and let me know how it worked out for you. Oh, and the taste is on point! Even my non-Keto friends and neighbor said, "This is it! I have to have the recipe!"
Spinach and squash make this casserole not only delicious but super quick and easy. Fabulous side dish or eat as your main dish! Low carb and Keto friendly at just 2.6 net carbs per serving!
These chocolates are perfect when you are craving little bites of peppermint heaven! At just 1.4 net carbs (2.2 g total) you can indulge a little without feeling guilty. You could put 4 in a little chocolate box to give as a gift to a friend or co-worker. You could take one or two to a party so you can enjoy a little sweet treat with the rest of the guests. You could also use a few to decorate the top of a birthday cake! So many possibilities. We love that they are quick and easy to make and hope you enjoy!
Over the past 16 years, little by little, I've been perfecting this recipe and it is amazing! We feel it is better than any restaurant out there! The key is to not go too heavy. You want just enough to coat but not enough that it appears you are breading with the seasoning instead of lightly seasoning. You can read more tips in the recipe notes! This makes a big batch that should last you for a couple of months, give or take.
Before anyone goes looking for the oatmeal; there is no oatmeal in this recipe. However, it tastes just like a big bowl of blueberry oatmeal! Seriously, it is outstanding!! And, they are just 4.2 net carbs per pastry!! If you miss oatmeal, this recipe is specially designed for you! You could even put one in a bowl with a little unsweetened dairy-free milk, so good!
While many may consider this a wonderful breakfast, we actually love this for dinner! Breakfast for dinner, brilliant, right?! You can make the biscuits earlier in the day or even the day before. That makes this a super-quick breakfast, lunch, or dinner to whip up. Especially when time is an issue. Don't forget to serve them with a batch of creamy-cheesy scrambled eggs!
Look at that picture! It resembles a chocolate glazed donut from an establishment we just won't mention right now!! While it does look like it, these donuts are more cake-like because, let's face it, getting close to a glutenous-yeasty texture is pretty impossible in the Keto lifestyle, especially when you are Celiac and cannot have any form of gluten. If you are gluten-free, grain-free, and low-carb these little gems are just for you!! The chocolate glaze is off-the-hook, ah-maze-ing!! Plus, they are super quick to make!! Go on and give it a try!! Don't forget to order your donut pan, link in the ingredients, instructions, and notes below.
Angel biscuits are pillowy-buttery bites of goodness. I used to make the gluten, high carb version, at least, once a week when I lived on a farm in Georgia. I would share with our neighbor, a farmer who was separated from his wife, at that time. He loved my angel biscuits. I came across the recipe the other day and thought, hmmm, how can I make these low-carb, Keto? Last night it all came to me and I tested it today and boy were these good! The texture is, of course, a little different but the taste was totally there!! Make this recipe, you'll be glad you did!!
These succulent, tangy baby back ribs will have you coming back for more! Just the right amount of heat, sweet, and tang! And, because they are baked, not grilled, you can have them anytime of the year! Be sure to make a batch of our Cajun Spice Mix and our Sticky BBQ sauce, you'll need them for this recipe!
These little lemon-shaped cakes are perfectly moist and bursting with flavor. Only 1.5 net carbs per little lemon cake!!! Even our non-Keto lifestyle living friends were begging for the recipe... and, more!! Oh, and let's not forget the glaze! So much lemony flavor!! You are going to love this one!
Fresh out of the oven, these cookies are soft, chewy, and gooey! Just the way they should be. Let them sit overnight and now you have a crunchy, soft chocolate chip cookie. A great balance of textures to fit most any chocolate chip cookie lover! Perfect with a nice, tall glass of unsweetened vanilla almond milk!
We've tried several brands of cajun seasoning blends and none of them were quite right for our taste or some used regular salt; where we prefer sea salt. So, after a lot of trial and error of proportions and ingredients we came up with, what we feel, is an amazing blend of flavors that can be used for a lot of different dishes but especially those where you hope to achieve a Cajun taste.
If there were blue prize ribbons for the best casserole, we would bet this would take the prize! It is a combination of creamy, cheesy, melty, and perfectly rich flavors! Chicken, ham, swiss cheese, and a hint of dijon mustard! Even those who are not low carb will want this dish often. Super quick and easy to prepare, just the way we like it.
This is a super, yummy barbecue sauce that is perfect for grilling or slow roasting. You can also simmer for 30-40 minutes before brushing onto food that will have a shorter cooking time. Great for ribs and chicken!
Our family has always loved a sweet, salty, spicy balance of flavors. This dish seems to hit the spot and calms our cravings for high carb Chinese-Indian-Thai type dishes. We love that we can have it as is or combine it with goodies like paneer cheese, onions, mushrooms, cauliflower rice, etc. With just 5.9 net carbs per serving, it makes a pretty good meal.
This is a recipe we use often for special events. It is a perfect dessert to ease those chocolate cravings, it is good on its own, or you can frost with a cream cheese frosting and top with a few strawberries. Quick to make and versatile! We think you'll love it. Only 2.6 net carbs per piece!
Roasted radishes are an absolute delight! Especially for those following a low-carb or Keto lifestyle. We found this specific process produces the best roasted radishes we've had thus far. The process begins early in the day, does not take a lot of your time, just time to allow them to dry out completely after performing a pre-boil. So worth it!
After a lot of trial and error we have come up with a perfect, umami combination of sweet, salty, and tangy teriyaki sauce... plus, it is keto friendly and low carb! Come back and let us know how you liked it... and, if you didn't, that's okay too, we still want to hear from you.
This Keto Chili recipe has a super secret ingredient that is going to confuse and dazzle you, all at the same time. It bulks it up and you’ll never miss the beans again!!
Being raised in the South I regularly consumed cornbread. When I decided to go grain-free, prior to becoming Keto, I missed cornbread. I worked hard to come up with a delicious substitute that resembles what I grew up on. Cornbread is one of those foods that, depending on how it was made in your area, you will either love this version or not. This version should resemble a slightly sweet cornbread, almost like the Jiffy mix type.
Here is another "blast from the past" 1930's recipe! A delectable, cheesy potato casserole named, "Pittsburgh Potatoes." This recipe can be assembled a day or more in advanced and stored in the refrigerator. Be sure to set out about an hour before baking so dish can come to room temperature. Serve with breakfast or dinner!
Tomatoes Bohéme can function as both a vegetable and a side dish. This is an authentic 1930's recipe and provided just as it was made back then. We've provided a few suggestions to up the healthy level of this dish.
Here is a delightful 1930's recipe for spiced cabbage. This recipe goes perfectly with potato pirogies and polish sausage.
This recipe has been handed down and comes from the 1930s. It is from a 1930s Westinghouse oven manual. These Harvard Beets were a served traditionally during most holidays but especially the winter holidays.
This is a 1930s recipe provided exactly as written. This recipe comes from a 1930s Westinghouse Oven Manual that was passed down from generation to generation.
The directions for this recipe come from a 1930s Westinghouse oven manual. When purchasing your spinach, be sure to select young, fresh spinach. The cooking time will be longer with older spinach. This dish is lovely tossed with a touch of sea salt and organic, grass-fed butter and served with a lemon slice.
This cocoa is just heavenly! If you've ever had the pleasure of tasting roasted dandelion "coffee" you'll understand just how rich this hot cocoa recipe can be... it is a great way to kick the coffee habit, as well. Just 2 net carbs per serving!
This Sweet and Sour Cabbage recipe makes a meal on its own or can be eaten as a side dish. It is fantastic with Perogies or dinner sausage. We love its versatility, so many options! and so quick and easy to make! Depending on portion size this can feed anywhere from 4-8 people!