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Keto Tater Tot Nachos (AKA Totchos)

Keto Tater Tot Nachos (AKA Totchos)

Posted in Dinner, written by Craig
Totchos are an up and coming dish that has only started building momentum in the last few months. So, what are totchos? They’re deliciously crisp tater tots dressed like nachos – gooey cheese, browned ground beef, and gloriously topped with sour cream, salsa, olives, and jalapenos. Curiously, totchos have really been on an upswing in 2015. With a search history spiking in early January, totchos have started to be a craving in many households across the US. Of which, the main city to be searching for these? Seattle. With my recent trip there, I saw totchos in many of the..
Keto Tater Tots

Keto Tater Tots

Posted in Keto Recipes, written by Craig
Tater Tots were an obsession of mine as a kid. Ever since my mom used to buy them, they’d always be requested by me in place of mashed potatoes. They’re crispy, they’re crunchy, and they’re just plain good. Being that I’m keto now, I decided to take it upon myself to delve into the creativity of my childhood and re-create this favorite of mine. You definitely won’t miss the potato here, and unlike many other cauliflower goods – you can’t actually taste much of the cauliflower. This is partly due to the frying oil I used (bacon fat), as the..
Blackberry Chipotle Chicken Wings

Blackberry Chipotle Chicken Wings

Posted in Dinner, written by Craig
A sweet, smokey, crunchy, and absolutely delicious wing that you will want to make again and again. These chicken wings really bring together some fantastic flavors and will definitely be a hit with anyone who has them. Even the non-keto folks will be asking for more, as the sweetness and slight smokiness from the Blackberry Chipotle Jam really comes through. I chose to cook these with the marinade on (rather than tossing them in sauce afterward) because I really wanted to flavor to come through. Starting them at 400F helps cook them slightly, and then turning the oven to 425..
Low Carb Blackberry Chipotle Jam

Low Carb Blackberry Chipotle Jam

Posted in Condiments, written by Craig
When it comes to keto, jam definitely isn’t the first thing that pops into your head. But, making some new sweet sauces can definitely be within your grasp. To top it all off, you can add plenty of fats to really bring the macros up to par. We use MCT Oil here because of the liquid properties that it has. When you store the jam in the fridge, it will continue to stay as a sauce and not harden up (as it would if you used coconut oil). These’s two main flavor components that I’d describe here: sweet and smokey...
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Fat Bombs

Posted in Keto Recipes, written by Craig
I’ve been seeing a lot of pins on Pinterest for recipes on No Bake Oatmeal Power Bites. I wanted to create a keto friendly version, with a similar texture in mind. Because they’re no bake, they’re extremely simple to create and don’t take much time or effort. Instead of using regular peanut butter, we opt to go with the powder due to the absorptive properties. The PB Fit powder really ties it all together, balancing the sweetness and chocolate out with a creamy and nutty flavor. The hemp seeds really give a great chewy feel, just like how oats would behave..
Keto Diet: Cost Breakdowns of Popular Recipes

Keto Diet: Cost Breakdowns of Popular Recipes

Posted in Ketogenic Diet, written by Craig
A common misconception is that a ketogenic diet is expensive. People see low-carb and automatically start calculating the high prices of meat. Luckily, this is not the case. A keto diet focuses on high fat and moderate protein which allows us to save money by focusing on the fat first. I went through some of my top reader and personal favorite recipes from the site to show you how much a typical ketogenic diet recipe costs, both per recipe and per serving. There are also many ways to save against my prices; markdown meat, bacon ends and pieces, almond meal,..
Keto Chocolate Coconut Macaroon Cookies

Keto Chocolate Coconut Macaroon Cookies

Posted in Dessert, written by Craig
Coconut macaroons hold a dear spot in my heart when it comes to sweet treats. My mom used to make coconut macaroons every new year for the celebrations – and they always disappeared within minutes. These keto friendly treats aren’t exactly coconut macaroons – but they are equally as good! The other night I was craving coconut macaroons, and my girlfriend was craving cookies. So we took it together to create a mixture of the two that we could both eat and love. Hence, coconut macaroon cookies! Soft and moist on the inside, but a hard and crunchy shell on..
Keto 5 Minute Caesar Dressing

Keto 5 Minute Caesar Dressing

Posted in Condiments, written by Craig
I frequently get asked the question “How do I eat more fat?” While in a perfect world, you can eat globs of coconut oil off a spoon, it’s just not that attractive of an offer to most ketoers out there. Instead, you can create a salad dressing, pack it on top of a salad full of greens (micronutrient filled), and enjoy to your hearts content! Instead of worrying about how many carbs a dressing has, or which to choose from – you could make your own in just about the same amount of time. In fact, it’ll be done in..
Crispy Tofu and Bok Choy Salad

Crispy Tofu and Bok Choy Salad

Posted in Keto Recipes, written by Craig
Truth be told, I’ve never really had the opportunity to try tofu. It’s always been on the list of things that seem like they’ll be nasty if I tried them, or other people have told me the horror stories connected with it. But, I’ve got a pretty open mind and loved the idea of giving it a try with my own spin on it. Let me tell you – if you’ve never had tofu, or think you don’t like it…you need to re-try it! Baked tofu is wonderful. Instead of the soft, gooey, flavorless mess that people usually describe, you..
Keto Chicken Pad Thai

Keto Chicken Pad Thai

Posted in Dinner, written by Craig
Sometimes we really miss going to a Thai restaurant and being able to sit down and enjoy the food. But, being keto we try to find ways around that and still be able to make food that plays to the cravings we have. Last night, Pad Thai was on the menu – and let me tell you – it was AMAZING! We inhaled the dish within minutes and felt so satisfied after – just like you would when eating a regular meal with normal pasta. Two things that really can’t go wrong in a dish: delicious AND healthy. The bean sprouts..
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