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Holiday Eggnog Treat

Holiday Eggnog Treat 4:1 Ratio 404 Calories 5.42g Protein 4.69g Carbohydrate Makes 4 100 calorie (1/4 cup) servings   Ingredients 142g Almond Milk, Unsweetened Pacific Foods 83g 40% heavy cream 20g egg yolk, approximately the yolk from 1 large egg 3g pure vanilla extract 0.5g cinnamon 0.3g ground nutmeg Tiny pinch of salt Sweetener of […]

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Cream Cheese Cookies

Cream Cheese Cookies 4.01:1 Ratio 297 Calories 4.75g Protein 2.62g Carbohydrate makes 6 small cookies (intended to be a snack or dessert portion of 3 cookies)   Ingredients 26g butter, melted 16g cream cheese, room temperature, tested with Organic Valley Cream Cheese 18g raw egg, mixed well 8g coconut flour, tested with Bob’s Red Mill […]

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Let’s Catch UP!

Time. Flies. I never intended on not posting recipes for this long! Life has a funny way of taking over, especially when epilepsy and keto are in the drivers seat.  Here’s what has been happening over the past few months… I got to go to Disneyland on my birthday! I even ran into another keto […]

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Basil Pesto **Method of Serving Fat**

Pesto is certainly not a new recipe or idea… however, this recipe is now in the Ketocalculator under the “fat” category! You can make a big batch of this and weigh out just a small amount to add to a keto meal.  It’s a great way to add a LOT of flavor and some fat […]

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Baked Pork Buns

I had leftover pork loin and another keto cookie experiment I did recently turned out extra “bread like” which did not work well for cookies! I was thinking about how I could use the bread quality to my advantage and steamed pork buns popped into my head.  I thought it would work perfectly and it […]

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strawberry-banana smoothie

I am always looking for easy and quick breakfast options.  this is so easy that I cannot even call it a recipe, but I thought it might be helpful to busy moms… I have also tried adding fresh banana (14g), but it will result in lower ratio and higher total carb. Ratio approximately 2:1 Calories […]

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Chicken & Butternut Squash Puree

To follow-up with the “Cooking Chicken” post, I experimented with purees.  This is just a very basic combination of cooked chicken, butternut squash, oil and coconut flour.  It holds together just well enough to make each bite a correct ratio.  If allowed to sit, the fat will begin to separate, but just give it a […]

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Cooking Chicken

Having pre-prepped ingredients stored in the freezer is a major time and sanity saver! This is a great way to cook chicken so the flavor and texture after thawing do not taste like leftovers.  By cooking chicken using this method, it will remain soft, you can avoid using added fat during the cooking process, it […]

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Spinach & Flax Microwave Muffin

You can find the complete recipe at The Charlie Foundation’s ketogenic diet recipe section. I have a great quick and easy breakfast for you… Charlotte has been enjoying this muffin for the past few weeks and it turns out great every time. It is also great for school lunch since it does not contain nuts. I […]

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Cod Bites

This recipes follows the same process for my Chicken Nuggets in The Keto Cookbook. The overall process seems to work well for evenly incorporating the ingredients, holding the fat, and making a nugget that can be picked up by little hands. The final product is also a good option for kids first learning how to […]

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