What dish is a hit for breakfast, lunch, or brunch? Quiche, of course! And our Keto spinach and smoked salmon quiche is not just any quiche. It’s packed with fresh veggies and luscious smoked salmon and none of the stuff you don’t want like a carb-filled crust. This quiche makes a lovely centerpiece for any brunch, especially around the holidays. Quiche is a great meal for entertaining because you can bake it ahead of time and heat it up in the oven right before serving. It’ll fill up you and your guests with protein and good fats while leaving behind excess carbs. No matter how you slice it, this quiche won’t disappoint.
There isn’t a much more satisfying dinner than a nice juicy steak and this Keto oven baked steak with garlic thyme portabella mushrooms is sure to satisfy and fill you up. This steak comes together like a dream. Just season with salt and pepper, sear on both sides and cook in the oven until it reaches your perfect doneness. And don’t forget the mushrooms! These are not your everyday mushroom, they are roasted with garlic and thyme until their meaty flavor comes out, the perfect complement to your steak. Together, the mushrooms and the steak make the perfect pair for any fancy dinner. Giant baked mushrooms cooked to perfection and served over a good steak. A fresh, green avocado salad on the side – THIS is why we love keto!
Matcha, it’s the flavor that’s got everyone talking. If you want to get in on this flavor extravaganza yourself, why not try these Keto matcha almond fat bombs. These fats bombs are made with a base of almond butter and coconut oil then they are packed with matcha flavor and finished off with shredded coconut for texture. These little fat bombs are just right for a quick energy boost during the mid-morning slump or a tasty sweet bite before bed. These no bake snacks are sure to please at any time of the day.
Dr. Annette Bosworth, also known as Dr. Boz, is an Internal Medicine physician with over 19 years of experience helping patients overcome long-term, chronic conditions through lifestyle adjustment, preventive medicine, and other therapeutic paths. She’s been mentioned in media outlets ranging from CNN, Time, US News & World Report, to Fox News but she also loves speaking at town halls, churches, jails, and universities. She fights for the underdog and encourages patients with chronic health problems to “Fight it ANYWAY YOU CAN. Ketones for Life.”
Dr. Annette Bosworth
Got lots of lemons in your kitchen or maybe you’re lucky enough to have a lemon tree in your backyard. If you don’t have lemons now, you’ll want to run out and get some to make this Keto lemon cake. It has a lovely tender texture and it doesn’t skimp on lemon flavor either. This cake is the perfect simple but elegant dessert. Enjoy a slice with a cup of tea or coffee in the winter or have a slice with fresh berries in the summer. No matter what season it is, this cake is sure to be a hit!
With the increase in popularity of low carb and ketogenic diets there’s been a surge in the number of excellent Keto cookbooks. After all, Keto isn’t all meat and veggies – it’s a plan that offers variety for any meal or snack.
Just think – only a few years ago no one had ever thought to spiralize a zucchini, and Swerve wasn’t even a thing yet. Now we’ve got an entire book of Keto Desserts, another devoted just to Keto comfort foods, and several loaded with quick and easy snacks and meals. There’s even a vegan Keto cookbook!
We’ve assembled a list of the top 15 Keto cookbooks of 2018, to broaden your menu options and keep your ketogenic diet interesting and satisfying. They’re listed in no particular order, so pick a Keto cookbook or two that inspires you to roll up your sleeves and get cooking.
What could be more nostalgic than fish fingers? If you’re picturing sad soggy sticks, don’t worry. The only thing our Keto fish fingers share with the school lunches you may remember is the name! These fish fingers use flaky cod coated in a savory almond flour breading that’s crispy and Keto-friendly. They’re baked to golden perfection in under an hour, so you can enjoy them any day of the week. With only 4 grams net carbs per serving, these fish fingers might just become your new favorite!
When you’re trying to get out the door in a hurry in the morning, it can be hard to eat a nutritious and filling breakfast. Not anymore! With these Keto coconut bacon egg muffins, you won’t have to worry about breakfast again. These low carb savory muffins use coconut flour, so they’re packed with good fat and they only have one gram of net carbs per serving! Breakfast can get boring so why not switch up the classic bacon and eggs combo with this quick, easy, and portable morning snack? Enjoy a muffin while you read the morning paper or pack one to go. No matter where you eat them, these bacon-packed muffins are a hit.
ChihYu [Chee-Yu] Smith is the founder of I Heart Umami where she shares Asian-inspired Paleo, Whole30, and Keto cuisine. She is also the creator of Cook Once Eat All Week – a meal planning program that helps busy professionals save time and add deliciousness to their cooking. Her first cookbook – Easy Asian Paleo – will be available in 2019. Her work has been published throughout the U.S., Europe, and Australia.
Move over potato pancakes, there’s a new patty in town and it has a fraction of the carbs! These Keto bacon zucchini patties are the perfect appetizer for your next low-carb meal. Or make a big batch to freeze and enjoy them as a quick and healthy snack any day of the week. This recipe is particularly suited for making with your loved ones. With a few extra helping hands, the process of forming and frying these patties will go by in a flash.