Wings are an easy go-to keto option, but traditional honey-garlic sauce is loaded with sugar. This sugar-free “honey” garlic sauce is as delicious as the real thing! And thanks to a secret ingredient, these wings are extra crispy even though they are baked in the oven – no deep fryer necessary! Toss them in the sugar-free “honey” garlic sauce, sugar-free BBQ sauce, buffalo sauce or a simple salt & pepper mix and enjoy!
This is a delicious version of everyone’s favourite fall beverage that will keep you focused, energized, and won’t send your blood-sugar off the rails.
For many people, pumpkin pie is an essential part of any Thanksgiving dinner, but for me it has always been pumpkin CHEESECAKE! And luckily, cheesecake also makes a fantastic keto dessert. This Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake will make the perfect addition to any Thanksgiving gathering, and your guests won’t even notice it’s low carb!
The blog will be on hiatus over the summer months but I wanted to leave you with a great recipe for hot days when you just don’t feel like cooking.
This is a quick and easy (and delicious!) dish for those nights you want something a little special. On a keto diet heavy in meat and dairy it’s possible to overlook fiber for fear of extra carbs. It’s important to make sure that you’re including as much low carb veg like leafy greens, broccoli and cauliflower as possible to feed the bacteria in your gut (the vitamins and minerals they house don’t hurt either!). Shirataki noodles are another great way to add fiber (and zero carbs) to your eating plan.
Recently we were invited over for supper at the home of some good friends and I brought this cheesecake for dessert. Cheesecake always goes over well, but this classic version is definitely a favourite!
Pork Rind nachos are an easy go-to dinner for us on the weekends and pair great with a movie and sugar-free cocktail! Despite commonly held beliefs, pork rinds are actually higher in protein than fat and are full of collagen, which is great for your skin and joints!
This dessert would make a great treat this Valentine’s Day for the peanut butter lover in your life! One of my husband’s favourite desserts that I used to make is Peanut Butter Silk Pie. Throughout the years it often made its appearance on his birthday or Valentine’s Day. When we began a low carb lifestyle, it wasn’t too difficult to adapt the recipe with sugar substitutes. I find my square glass pan to be the most convenient, but you could easily prepare this recipe in a round pie pan instead.