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Keto Skirt Steak Fajitas

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Fajitas are something that I’ve been REALLY craving lately, so I set out to make some that weren’t going to disappoint. Low and behold, these fajitas did the trick! They’ll serve around 6 people, but I didn’t make enough tortillas for that many. If you need to serve to a large group of people, take your time to make more tortillas than what’s in the recipe. You can also make larger tortillas and serve 1 per person if you use the original recipe. You can find the tortilla recipe here, but I’ve included the ingredients ...

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The Best Turkey Meatballs

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I kind of have a confession to make: I’ve been holding this recipe out for some time. It’s one of my all time favorite meatball recipes, and to me, one of my all time favorite recipes in general. The tender turkey meat absorbs the flavor really well from all of the peppers, onion, and spinach, bringing you a delicious bite sized ball of meat that anyone on keto is sure to love. Heck, even non-keto people will love the smell of bacon and that’ll get them going enough to really want to dig into this ...

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Ultimate Keto Coffee Cake

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Now it’s not often that I call a recipe “the ultimate” version of something, but this one really hits the nail on the head. It’s perfect in every way – soft textures mixed with delicious flavors. I didn’t even get a chance to have more than a bite of this cake. I have family over from Spain who absolutely love the store bought Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls, and they ate the whole cake before I even had a slice to myself. If these non-ketoers can enjoy a cake this much, then it has to be good. ...

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Peanut Butter Pancakes

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A great deal of you out there use the coveted Cream Cheese Pancakes from IBIH. I have nothing against her (she’s an amazing cook), but I do have something against her pancakes. They’re just not fluffy enough for me! I will say they make fantastic crepes but when I bite into a pancake I want to be ripping it apart and chewing it afterward. If you love peanut butter (and I think most of us on keto do), then you’ll definitely love these. There’s a couple of people out there that can’t deal with the ...

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Easy, Delicious Coleslaw

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This is a super simple recipe that can complement almost any dish while still bringing plenty of fats to the table. Heck, you can even eat this as a lunch time salad if you’d like and feel full for hours afterward! This coleslaw has traditional flavors but the lemon juice pushes it over the edge. You can always twist it up by adding your own flavor profile to this. Sesame oil and red pepper flakes, peanut butter and lime juice, give it a try and see what you like! Yields 2 servings as a side ...

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Succulent Slow Cooked Lamb

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My family traditionally has roast lamb for Easter, which is fine with me because I love the stuff. Normally, we don’t have lamb too often other than the few celebratory holiday’s and occasional feasts. Instead of doing an oven roast, I wanted to do it in the slow cooker to keep the stress levels down of everyone around. The meat ended up being super tender, almost fall apart in the mouth, with some great fat from the leg to supplement the leg too. That last hour where you add the thyme and mint imparts just ...

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Cinnamon Orange Souffle

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Today is a little bit about re-purposing foods. Some people don’t always like what they end up with, so instead of throwing it in the trash you can try to come up with new and creative ideas to re-purpose your food into something else. Now don’t get me wrong, the cinnamon orange scones were absolutely delicious, but I just wanted to make something else with them. I typically look at scones as some kind of breakfast pastry I’d have with my coffee, while I’d look at a souffle as a nice dessert to finish the ...

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Low Carb Cinnamon Orange Scones

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When I was growing up in England, scones were a staple in my house. But, they didn’t have these fancy triangular shapes; rather, they were round, podgy pieces of dough that you cut in half and stick double cream and jam inside. I’ve become Americanized since though, and wanted to create something that most of the US folks have seen (and like). Triangles or not, scones are definitely a delicious pastry to enjoy with your morning coffee I just have to make a confession to everyone and first say that you need to be careful ...

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Cheesy Thyme Waffles

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Definitely not the prettiest dish of the bunch, but I just had to post this one. For me, while looks are quite important most of the time, taste reigns supreme at the end of the day. This dish hits the nail on the head when it comes to taste. Time to get our cheese on…waffle style! The distinct flavor of cauliflower is knocked down into a subtle flavor you can easily handle with the crisp, almost burnt cheese on the outside and the rich, creamy flavors on the inside. The thyme, garlic, and onion come ...

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Fresh Chicken and Bacon Patties

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This is a dish that you can whip up in a pinch with ingredients you already have. Chicken, bacon, eggs, cheese, and peppers are staples of a ketogenic diet. The taste of fresh bell peppers alongside smoky bacon will leave you looking forward to the leftovers! These chicken patties are the perfect savory recipe for a chicken, bacon, and ranch salad or placed inside one of my almond buns with lettuce and that sweet, sweet sriracha (also known as nectar of the gods). They’re also versatile enough so that you can add and subtract ingredients ...

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