Tag Archives: Egg-Free

Spreadable Peanut Butter & News

You can find the complete recipe in The Charlie Foundation’s ketogenic diet recipe section. There is definitely some *news* to catch up with! First item- The Charlie Foundation has completely rebuilt their entire website.  The new site is beautiful, filled with new information and reflects the ever changing world of ketogenic diet therapy.  A lot has […]

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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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Cheesecake Yogurt ***MAD***

This is like eating dessert for breakfast! If you like the flavor of a sour cream cheesecake, you will love this yogurt.  It still has a slight “tang” from the yogurt, but the cream cheese flavor still comes through.  I did not calculate the nuts and cinnamon on top, but you can include them if […]

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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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Peanut Noodle Salad

I LOVE peanut sauce, and I could eat this everyday! I’m sure there are kids out there that would appreciate a salad like this, but I created this recipe with older teenagers and adults in mind.  I hope you all enjoy!  Here is a link to the veggie spiral slicer I used to cut the […]

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Cuban Picadillo

Cuban Picadillo is one of my husbands favorite meals.  It’s also a great way to include olives in a main dish.  My kids prefer canned green olives over jarred, but I am the opposite.  I think the jar olives bring a lot more flavor to the recipe since they have a more intense, briny flavor. […]

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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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Mock Chili Corn Chips

You can find the complete recipe at The Charlie Foundation’s ketogenic diet recipe section. I know there are a few kids out there that miss eating chips… I have seen many versions of this recipe on the internet and it is definitely one that can be a huge failure… but I have made this at least a dozen […]

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