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Keto Peanut Butter Cup, a Reece’s Knockoff

Who says adapting to the ketogenic way of eating means an end to sweets? Not me! I have to LIVE, my friends. So allow me to show you a Keto peanut butter cup that will have Reese's running in their sugar-filled boots! Here goes... Keto Peanut Butter Cup Recipe 1. In a pan on low... Continue Reading →

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Homemade Keto Pancake Syrup

Omg. OMG. Oh. Mygawd. Homemade Keto Pancake Syrup might be my greatest creation to date. Dear readers, you must understand...before Keto, I barely cooked. Beyond boxed Mac and cheese that is, and sticking a spoon in a half gallon carton of mint ice cream. I will not babble a moment longer. Here is the recipe.... Continue Reading →

Dairy-Free Keto Berry Slush

So I was out picking weeds and watering flowers (July in the Midwest, aka 90+ degrees) when a fierce thirst came over me. With the keto way of eating, dairy is allowed, but it's not a requirement. Dairy doesn't bother me, but I do see sense in cutting back, which is what I have been... Continue Reading →

Keto Fat Bombs

What Is A Fat Bomb? If you've never heard the term keto fat bombs, it can sound frightening, as in what the heck will happen to my body when I start eating ketogenically, but don't worry. Fat bombs are good things. You eat them. They can be sweet or savory. They are high in healthy... Continue Reading →

Keto Coconut Cheesecake Balls

A no-bake keto dessert? I'm in! Keto coconut cheesecake balls would also be considered fat bombs since they are made from healthy keto-approved fats in the form of nuts and cream cheese. I always have nuts ready in my fridge that I buy raw and roast at home in Kerrygold butter. Perfect for snacks, salad... 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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