New To Keto? Keep it Simple, Smartie!

Fear not! You can start keto in the simplest of ways. Look at the meal above. Fancy, eh? Not really. It’s chicken and sauce from a jar. Seriously. You need just a tad bit of knowledge about the macro goals, which means that about 70% of your calories should come from fat, about 25% from…

Keto Fat Bombs

If you’ve never heard the term, fat bomb 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 fat, and prepared ahead of time, can…

Keto Coconut Cheesecake Balls

A no-bake keto dessert? I’m in! These 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 toppers, or recipes…

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…

Creamy Keto Shakes

If your low-carb diet has you missing ice cream, keto shakes offer that same sweet taste without the insulin spike.

Keto Cookies, Oh My!

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Sweet Keto!

Who says you can’t have sweets on Keto? It simply takes a bit of modifying and moderation. Berries are a lower carb fruit, so have a go at melting a bit of Kerrygold butter in a pan, add a small dollop of peanut butter, sea salt, 85% dark chocolate, and the sweetener…stevia! Try crushing some…