Sometimes you want to experiment with breakfast and other times, you crave the classics. For those times when you want a perfect breakfast classic that will never go out of style, we’ve got your back with our step-by-step Keto eggs and toast recipe. It’s low-carb breakfast food at its finest with lightly toasted Keto bread, beautifully sautéed spinach and all topped off with a perfectly fried egg. It’s a simple meal but it’s a good meal, the kind you never get tired of. So, if you’ve been experimenting in the kitchen and you find yourself longing for something a little more traditional, why not try our low carb take on this classic pairing? You won’t be disappointed.
Your friends and family might think that going Keto means no treats, but you know better. There are plenty of low-carb Keto-friendly treats that skip the sugar without sacrificing flavor. For example, these homemade Keto cups fat bombs are delicious and easy to make and light on carbs. These Keto candies are packed with good fats from coconut butter and MCT oil. They only take ten minutes to make, plus hardening time but if you can’t wait to enjoy, you can also buy premade Keto cups from Eating Evolved. Just make sure you store them in a cool place, if they make it that long!
Libby Jenkinson founder of the popular site ditchthecarbs.com is a registered pharmacist, mother of 3 children, author of 3 Low-Carb books. Her low-carb website is no.1 in New Zealand and Australia and no.7 in the world. Because she is a pharmacist, she understands the science behind using the low-carb approach to regain health, and also the practicalities because she is a busy mum with young children.
Casseroles get a bad rap. They’re bland. They’re boring. They’re full of salt and carbs. Not anymore! This Keto jalapeno chicken casserole proves that it’s possible to make a creamy casserole that isn’t heavy or carb-laden. You won’t find potatoes or pasta here. It’s all chicken all the way. Joining the chicken is an assortment of vegetables in a supporting role from broccoli to bell peppers. To add a kick of spice, there’s diched jalapenos, a spoonful of hot sauce and a healthy helping of garlic. Rounding out the cast of characters and bringing everything together is a creamy coconut milk sauce. So, if you still think casseroles are bland, I have three words for you: time to taste!
Is there any food more welcome on a cold winter day than beef stew? How about a stew you can feel good about? Our Keto one-pot beef stew leaves behind the traditional carbs in favor of more flavorful ingredients like herbs and bacon. Not to mention it only uses one pot! No fancy kitchen gadgets needed for this recipe! Just a pot, a knife, a spoon, and a healthy appetite. With 22 grams of protein per serving and only 3 grams net carbs, this low-carb stew is living proof that comfort food doesn’t have to be bad for you. It can be satisfying and healthy!
Everyone knows that half the fun of making cookies is eating the dough. From the classic cookie dough ice cream to cookie dough in an ice cream cone, cookie dough is everywhere lately. These cookie doughs can be packed with sugar, carbs, and all sorts of preservatives. So, is it possible to find a cookie dough that won’t knock you out of ketogenesis? Yes! With our Keto almond butter cookie dough, anything is possible! And you don’t have to worry, there’s no eggs in this cookie dough so it’s safe for everyone. This cookie dough comes together in a flash, so what are you waiting for? Get mixing and enjoy!
The breakfast casserole is a thing of beauty. It can serve one with leftovers or a big brunch crowd without breaking a sweat and, it can be served for almost any meal, breakfast, lunch, or dinner. That’s a good thing because you’ll want to eat this Keto chicken and bacon casserole all day long! It starts with the base, sliced chicken breast and crispy bacon. To that, in goes a healthy serving of grated carrots and flavorful thyme. Then, to top it all off, a rich and silky custard made with fresh eggs and coconut cream. Morning, noon or night, this casserole is sure to be a hit!
Lisa is a retired engineer from Southeastern Connecticut. She enjoys creating new recipes and helping others discover the benefits of a low-carb lifestyle. She’s the founder of Low Carb Yum, a website that was started in 2010 to help her save recipes and share them with others. When she’s not working on the blog, Lisa enjoys spending time with family along with biking, hiking, and learning new things.