I love keeping things simple when it comes to Keto. I’m not a fan of recipes with 30 ingredients, most of which I’ll only use once, and end up spending $50 to make something that has 2 or 3 servings.
Using whole foods on keto makes the diet easier and cheaper. Sticking to the essentials like eggs, avocados, bacon, and spices keep things reasonably prices, anti-inflammatory, healthy and low carb.
These deviled eggs are no exception. These are easy to make, DELICIOUS, inexpensive and can feed a crowd. How great is that?!
Continue reading ➞ Bacon Guacamole Deviled Eggs
To stay cool in the summer, I am always looking trying to create recipes that can be stored in the freezer for cooling noms. This recipe has all the comfort of warm pumpkin pie, but healthier and refreshing at the same time. You also get that added bonus of having your kitchen smell like fresh pumpkin pie 😉
Continue reading ➞ Keto Pumpkin Pie and Cream Freezer Sandwiches
You can catch me eating big salads with herby dressings and a little bit of cheese basically every day. This one is mixed greens, tomato, beets, onion and feta cheese with a super herby vinaigrette. 🤤 Recipe below.
Continue reading ➞ The Best Keto Salad Dressing Ever
When I started keto I had a pretty major fear.
That I would go to someone’s house, event or whatever, food would be put in front of
me and I would have to say those fateful words.
“Sorry I can’t eat that.”
Continue reading ➞ How to Have a Social Life on Keto