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Hemp Hearts for Keto

Hemp hearts are my new favorite Keto staple. With a texture like couscous and a nutrition profile perfect for ketogenic eating, hemp hearts can be added to many dishes for bulk, texture, and a subtle nutty flavor. 3 tablespoons contain 10 grams of protein, 180 calories, 1 carb and 1 gram of fiber which equals... Continue Reading →

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Gluten Free Keto Enchiladas

That is no tortilla, Keto warriors. That is a cheese wrap. Low carb. Healthy fat. Savory gluten free Keto enchiladas. Keto Enchilada Ingredients Chicken breast, cream cheese, canned red enchilada sauce, canned green chilies, red onion, bell pepper, avocado oil, cheddar cheese slices, cilantro, scallions, black olives, salt, pepper, liquid aminos (or coconut animos), garlic,... Continue Reading →

Homemade Keto Mayo Avocado Egg Salad

Say hello to the easiest Keto Mayo I've ever made! It also happens to be the only Keto mayonnaise I've ever made, but I digress. Do this: Keto Mayo Recipe In your single serving Ninja Blender Cup, crack one hormone-free egg, yes, include the egg whites! Blend with 1/2 t mustard, 1 T Apple cider... Continue Reading →

Black Olive Zucchini Salad Keto Recipe

As a kid, I used to put black olives on each of my fingers...and thumbs...and walk around with my very creative snack. I wouldn't touch zucchini, though. Today, I've grown more sophisticated, but not much! Before I share the ingredients, take joy in the fact that you can mix and match any low-carb veggies you... Continue Reading →

Recipe Keto Meatballs

How to Make Low Carb Keto Meatballs Making low carb keto meatballs without a starchy binder can be a challenge. Making keto meatballs with turkey instead of beef is even harder because of its lower fat content. But I find I like the less dense, less gamy flavor of turkey over beef. To each their... Continue Reading →

Keto Salad Dressing

Many store-bought salad dressings are made with canola oil or soybean oil, so even though you can find plenty that are low carb, finding one that uses Keto friendly oils is trickier. I don't bother looking anymore. With olive oil and vinegar always in the pantry, I can make my own keto salad dressing in... Continue Reading →

Stocking Your Keto Kitchen

Keto can be overwhelming, but once you know some basics, you can start simply and incorporate more as you go. Every keto kitchen needs a few staples: the proper fats and oils (coconut oil, avocado oil, grass-fed butter, olive oil for low heat use), mineral salt to replace lost electrolytes (losing potassium, magnesium and salt... Continue Reading →

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