Fudge is the ultimate holiday treat – but we all know the kind Aunt Sally makes is filled with sugar … and we all know sugar mixed with the high fat diet you’re following will just lead to weight gain!
Kick the high carb fudge to the curb and make this low carb version instead!
Butter pecan ice cream has always been my favorite … but so many of the recipes out there have way too many sweeteners for me to find success on my keto diet. Yes, even the “keto friendly” versions.
As I talked about in this week’s Chat the Fat podcast, when you ditch overly processed “keto friendly” foods & instead incorporate more real foods you make into your low carb, high fat plan – that’s when the keto magic happens! Quit relying on keto junk foods proclaiming “net carbs” on the package and find more success with easy comfort foods like these cookies that don’t contain any nut flours or sweeteners!
Who cares that the name of this delicious single serving dish has the word cake in it…this is a great breakfast alternative on the days you just don’t want to eat eggs. Plus, there’s an egg hidden in the recipe…so it’s kind of the same thing.
While this mug brownie is listed under desserts, I’d be a liar if I said I don’t sometimes eat it as a meal. This brownie is perfect to share…or even small enough to eat all by yourself.
Some may call these cupcake tins full of deliciousness dessert…I sometimes may call them breakfast. Well, on some days at least. Since I don’t believe in adding a bunch of sweeteners to my keto treats, these are sometimes all I need for a quick grab and go breakfast or snack.
Here’s my take on one of my paleo pecan bar pie favorites! I make these everything Thanksgiving and they get more delicious each year. While they make a great dessert, they also go well with coffee for a delicious low-carb, high-fat breakfast.
A lot of people ask me if the collagen I use in recipes is necessary. Typically the answer is – it helps, but is not vital. For this recipe, it’s kind of the whole point.