Keto Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars made low-carb with almond flour and sugar-free sweetener. These tasty cookie bars (or keto blondies) are ideal for those following a low-carb or keto diet, and/or folks who need to watch their sugar intake. Grain-free and sugar-free, these lumps of gooey delight really quench a cookie craving when you have …
Low-carb single-serve keto mug cake with chocolate chips is a quick healthier dessert option! Grain-free, sugar-free, and super easy to prepare! All you need is 5 ingredients, a mug and a couple minutes of time to make this beauty happen!
It’s the return of the single-serve mug dessert!
…Because we all deserve a bite of cake from time to time, and sometimes we just don’t feel like baking the whole shebang.
…Or we don’t trust ourselves around the whole shebang.
For the latest and greatest mug dessert, we’re going keto (or low-carb), using almond flour, sugar-free sweetener, melted butter, egg yolk, a tiny bit of baking soda and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Easy 20-Minute Keto Shrimp Scampi recipe with zucchini noodles is a quick and nourishing meal! Whip it up any night of the week for a healthy dinner that is deceptively fancy yet low-fuss. This low-carb dinner is so fresh and simple! Just when you thought life couldn’t get any better… Enter: shrimp scampi. Also known …
Sauteed Brussel Sprouts Recipe with Garlic and Butter. This quick and easy brussel sprout recipe is low-carb, keto, paleo, and a home run with your friends and family each and every time!
Are you on team brussel sprouts or Brussels sprouts? Truth be told, I’ve heard so many strong opinions in both directions that somewhere along the lines I stopped trying to pick a side.
For the purpose of this recipe, we’ll use the “brussel sprouts” nomenclature. If it wounds you deeply, just visualize that “s” at the end with your mind’s eye. 😉
Brussel sprouts. You love them or ya hate them.
One of the lines I’ve heard many-a-time is, “I eat everything….except brussel sprouts.”
Unlike most childhoods, mine did not involve brussel sprouts horror stories. In fact, I tried them for the first time when I was 22. I must have lucked out, because I immediately fell in love.
When it comes to vegetables, technique is everything.
When prepared with wicked intentional technique, vegetables, including brussel sprouts, are crave-worthy! Sauteed brussel sprouts are my favorite! They have a delightful buttery caramelized essence to them with that golden-brown flavor.
What’s that you say? Golden-brown is your favorite flavor too? We must be two birds of a feather.
Sauteeing brussel sprouts is no biggy! My biggest trick is I use a cover to trap in the moisture to help cook the brussel sprouts to perfection.
Gluten-free pear cobbler with warmly-spiced pears makes for a mouth-wateringly delicious dessert, perfect for sharing with a crowd! This big batch dessert recipe is refined sugar-free, and can easily be made dairy-free, vegan, or paleo!
For those of you looking for a big batch dessert recipe to share with friends and family, I have three words for you: Pear.Cob.Ler.
This easy-to prepare gluten-free pear cobbler recipe makes enough to serve 8 to 10 people, and is a total breeze to make! The only time-consuming part is peeling and chopping the pears.
The good news is, many hands make light work, so with the help of others, this cobbler can take mere minutes to prepare!
All things considered, this pear cobbler recipe is refined sugar-free (we use coconut sugar and pure maple syrup for sweetening it), gluten-free using your favorite gluten-free flour blend (I use Bob’s Red Mill’s Gluten-Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour), and easy to make dairy-free or grain-free.
Psst! This is a great one to add to your holiday feast for those who aren’t into pumpkin pie!
Let’s bake ‘er up!