I love soup, although I have not been a fan of the creamy kind though. I lived in New England for a while (Middletown, RI) and of course there were many occasions that the infamous Clam Chowder was served. Also, not a fan (sorry!!!). Anyway, today I am posting a recipe that has everything inContinue reading “Chicken Chowder”
This is a recipe, albeit tweaked, that I got got from one of my favorite non keto cookbooks; “Weelicious” by Catherine McCord. (The recipe has been tweaked to adhere by our low carb standards though!) I bought it as soon as it came out in 2012 (when my youngest, Charlie, was born) and have beenContinue reading “Turkey Pesto Meatballs”
There’s a reason there is a whole series of books written called; “Chicken Soup for the Soul”. Chicken soup is the ultimate meal that will warm up your belly and your heart… It’s such a comforting meal. Here is the version that I like to make 🙂 Don’t be afraid to make a double batch,Continue reading “Chicken Soup”
Small ingredient list, big flavor punch on this fancy egg dish. It’s super easy to whip up, looks and tastes so good that you can easily serve it any guests you have and it’s filling to boot. Ingredients (for 2 servings) 4 large eggs 2 slices of cooked bacon, chopped 1/8 teaspoon salt 1 thinlyContinue reading “Sunday Brunch Eggs”
Bread! These taste like wheat bread! I’m not kidding… this is the closest to bread any keto recipe I have ever tried has come. In the Netherlands, where I grew up, a normal breakfast and/or lunch would often consist of a “broodje kaas” (a roll with a slice of cheese), and that’s what I hadContinue reading “Keto Rolls”
Gingerbread and Speculoos got married and had a baby! That’s what these taste like, no kidding! It’s fall and I have to be careful not to overdo it with the pumpkin since I like it way more than my family does, but who can say no to pumpkin muffins, amiright? I had to tweak theContinue reading “Pumpkin Munchkins”
This burger was definitely the STAR on this week’s menu! I have been dying to try a recipe from one of my favorite online cooking personalities @Fitmencook and I am happy I finally got around to it. This guy knows how to properly season his dinners! Fresh salmon, combined with creamy cheddar cheese, smoked paprikaContinue reading “Jalapeno Cheddar Salmon Burgers”
Chocolate.Coffee.Muffins. I’m not sure if my intro should be longer than those 3 words. Without further ado, let’s get bakin’! Ingredients (for 16 muffins) 1 2/3 cups almond flour 1/2 cup unsweetened coca powder (make sure that all the clumps are out since cocoa powder tends to cake a little. You can either give itContinue reading “Chocolate Coffee Muffins”
Lunch, it’s the hardest meal for me to figure out to be honest. I am never that hungry in the afternoon, I am more of a breakfast and dinner kinda gal… my husband on the other side looks forward to it; but that could also be because he always gets my try out creations sinceContinue reading “Baked Eggs in Bacon Rings”
Big thumbs up for Kelsey Ale who created this recipe! Even though bread is not something I necessarily miss (I do miss wheat tins… and chocolate chip ice cream….), it IS nice to be able to switch up my breakfast foods a little. These taste like bread and have the same consistency. I have triedContinue reading “Everything Bagels”
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