Sausage and Mushroom Skillet

This recipe is great if you are following the ketogenic diet. Here's some info on it: Serving 4 Calories: 287 Carbs: 8 grams Fat: 19.5 grams Protein: 19.4 grams Fiber: 1.2 grams Net Carbs: 6.8 grams Sausage and Mushroom Skillet     Ingredients 1 tablespoon coconut oil A package of Italian Sausage (I used Trader... Continue Reading →

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Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

My first recipe for Keto fat bombs...and it was DELICIOUS...I've never had anything like this before. I have a new passion for creating new flavors for fat bombs. With the silicon mold I used it came to 15 total fat bombs, obviously if you fill it up less, which I think I will do next... Continue Reading →

Ghee

Have you ever made ghee at home? It's super, super easy and it's so yummy! I like to cook my butter until it is dark. If you don't like it that way, don't do the second boil. In terms of how to store it, I leave it out on my kitchen counter and it is... Continue Reading →

Coconut Tortilla

I can't take credit for this. I got this from Keto Connect, and it is a wonderful site for many Keto recipes, so definitely take a look! This recipe was really easy to follow. The bigger question is, was it good? It was good but manage your expectations...it doesn't taste like corn or flour tortilla.... Continue Reading →

Peanut Butter Chicken

Yeah...I know it sounds weird, but it doesn't make it taste any less delicious. It's Thai style curry...I hope you enjoy this! I will be honest...when it comes to the spices if you choose to follow this recipe, then please adapt the measurements to your taste. Peanut Butter Chicken     Ingredients 2 large chicken breast,... Continue Reading →

Kale Chips

Hands down...one of my favorite snacks. The problem that I have is they don't hold well after a day...I don't know if there's a secret to it, but if there is I'd love for someone to share it with me. I also want to say that I love Trader Joe's. Why? Because they have a... Continue Reading →

Radish Kimchi

When I lived in Boston, I used to make a different Korean dish once a week...since living on the west coast I haven't been as diligent...let's try and make 2018 different 🙂 And maybe not necessarily Korean food, but just something totally different that I don't make often. Today, I want share a really easy... Continue Reading →

Garlic Hummus

I loooovvveee garlic hummus! And I especially love making my own...it's so easy. All you need is a food processor. As usual, if you add or change anything please share! Garlic Hummus     Ingredients 1/2 a head of garlic, raw or roasted (see notes on roasting) 1 can of garbanzo beans, rinsed 4 tablespoons... Continue Reading →

Green Stuff

yeah...I couldn't think of a creative enough name...but it goes A-M-A-Z-I-N-G on everything! Ok, so maybe not everything...but here's a list of things that I think it would go awesome on: Chicken Fish Veggies Pasta Salad Beef Ok so maybe everything...I'm done enumerating. All you need are the ingredients listed below and a food processor... Continue Reading →

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