Are you looking for Keto recipes? At a glance, it seems like there are many choices.
Google brings up hundreds of Keto websites. Facebook has dozens of pages about Keto and low-carb cooking. Pinterest is brimming with photos of low-carb food.
But not all these recipes are as good as they look.
Keep reading “Book Review: The Ketogenic Cookbook”
Are you eating enough fat? If you are on a ketogenic diet, like Keto or Atkins Induction, you must eat fat to get thin.
Fat is wonderful. Fat adds joy to food. You can indulge in fantastically rich and scrumptious meals while losing weight. Easy, right?
But we’ve been brainwashed by decades of misguided anti-fat propaganda. Habits are hard to reverse.
Keep reading “30 Ways to Eat More Fat”
Mushrooms are so good at guzzling fat. You can bathe them in butter or oil during cooking. They will happily absorb it all and carry on as if nothing happened.
Mushrooms, therefore, are perfect for a fat-bomb-type meal. They are low in carbs, with only 2g net carbs per 100g (3.5oz). We will infuse them with huge amounts of fat for a fantastic Keto meal. Keep reading “Keto mushroom bake”
Pret-A-Manger is a popular UK chain of food shops.
Known simply as “Pret” in the UK, you can find one in most cities and towns in the UK. They have also recently started to expand in Europe and the USA.
Having started out as a sandwich shop, Pret now serves a wide range of foods including salads, snacks and desserts. Keep reading “Low-carb options at Pret-A-Manger”
The most popular recipe on this website is Keto Chocolate Mousse. For several years, it’s been getting more visits, likes and shares than any of my other recipes.
Why is it so popular? Perhaps because it’s simple, quick and massively high in fat. And chocolate-flavoured. Keep reading “Keto mascarpone mousse”
I hope you are making the most of the berries season.
We know berries and cream are a match made in heaven. This recipe takes it one step further.
Blueberries sit on top of rich creamy mascarpone filling, inside golden almond-flour crust. Perfect combination of tangy and sweet tastes, offset by contrasting textures: crispy crust, smooth cream and plump fresh blueberries. Keep reading “Low-Carb Blueberry Tart”
The Scotch egg is an all-time classic British recipe, beloved in its homeland. If you are not from Britain, you might find it a big baffling. But it really is a brilliant recipe. Basically, it is an egg wrapped in a sausage. Simple and clever!
It comes out as a small and perfectly portable parcel of protein and fat. Ideal for a low-carb breakfast on the go or a quick snack.
Traditional recipe calls for the breadcrumbs coating for the eggs. For a low-carb version, we just swap breadcrumbs for almond flour, or just skip this step. Keep reading “Low-Carb Scotch Eggs – a Perfectly Portable Parcel of Protein”
Have you just started a low-carb diet? Do you find yourself feeling exhausted and overcome by tiredness?
Perhaps you are thinking that going low-carb wasn’t a good idea after all…
You might already know that these symptoms are not uncommon, especially if you are doing low-carb for the first time. Also known as “low carb flu” or “Atkins flu”, this phase is completely normal – although by no means pleasant.
Keep reading “8 Ways to Blast through Low-Carb Flu and Dive into Ketosis”
As much as I love baking with low-carb flours (usually almond or coconut), sometimes you can get away without using any flour at all.
This recipe for low-carb, gluten-free chocolate biscuits is completely flourless – basically you just use cocoa powder instead. You can’t go wrong with that much cocoa!
It takes about 20-25 minutes total to prepare and bake. Carb count is less than 1g net carbs per biscuit. Keep reading “Low-carb flourless chocolate biscuits”
This muffin recipe is for serious and committed chocolate lovers.
Just because you are on a low-carb diet, doesn’t mean you have to give up chocolate too! (Let’s face it, that just would not be good for anyone).
We just need to use sugar-free versions of cocoa powder and baking chocolate, and almond flour instead of regular flour.
Overall, one of these gorgeous chocolatey muffins will set you back only 2g net carbs!
Keep reading “Low-carb chocolate muffins”