This pizza is absolutely delicious! Low-carb, wheat free, grain free, super tasty and somehow way better than a regular pizza. We have tried the cauliflower crust pizzas, the macadamia nut and egg white crust pizzas —but this is the pizza that my keto kid asks for literally every day.
A delicious keto banana bread that uses a real banana in a moderate amount to keep carbs low. Each slice only has about 1.5 grams of net carbs for 12 thin slices. Or 1.7 g of carbs for 10 slices.
The main goal with these cupcakes was to create something as chocolatey as possible — while maintaining a cupcake like texture. And of course to also taste amazing. With this recipe we have achieved success! All while still being very low-carb.
Increase the ratio of these low-carb Double Chocolate Keto Cupcakes by adding buttercream frosting. Continue reading “Double Chocolate Keto Cupcakes”
One Crust Mini Raspberry Pie 2.5 : 1. Make’s 4 mini pies.
Easy pie recipe for a sweet treat full of a yummy low-carb fruit. Top with Reddi Whip cream (1g of carb per 5g serving) or better, 40% whipped heavy cream to increase the ratio (or use less raspberries). I used the Charlie Foundation’s pumpkin pie recipe for the crust.
Cozy up in front of the fireplace this holiday season with some delicious hot chocolate (based off the Charlie Foundation recipe) and Christmas Keto “Sugar” Cookies.
Low-carb, high-fat coffee cake you can enjoy with your keto kid. 3:1 ratio.
Baking day yesterday resulted in a new recipe that came out better than expected, Keto Coffee cake! It’s a perfect 3:1 ratio snack all on it’s own! and super yummy when paired with berries and cream. I’ve been eating it more than Drake lately (shhh, don’t tell him) while he’s at school. It’s a perfect 3 o’clock-pick-me-up snack with a cup of English breakfast tea or coffee. It almost rivals real a Coffee Cake or Almond Danish. Continue reading “Keto Coffee Cake”