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Coconut Flour Chocolate Keto Mug Cake

Coconut Flour Chocolate Keto Mug Cake

I know you've been asking for a mug cake that does not use almond flour, and I think you will find that this recipe really fits the bill! The cake is dense, but moist, and so easy to create. In the directions, we tell you to mix the ingredients in a separate bowl. This is so that the ingredients are fully incorporated and you won't hit any spots of dry cake mix while eating your mug. If you prefer to mix everything in the mug you can, of course, do that too! If you don't want to use ...

Coconut Raspberry Slice

Coconut Raspberry Slice

A delicious keto treat which is perfect for summer! This coconut raspberry slice has the fresh flavors of coconut and raspberry on a crunchy biscuit base - all topped with a crisp layer of dark chocolate! It feels very indulgent but comes in at under 4 net carbs a slice. The high fat content will leave you satisfied and the natural sweetness of the coconut and raspberry shines through so it's a great sweet treat. This is one of those recipes that is great if you are busy, because during ...

Is Coconut Oil Actually Good for You?

Is Coconut Oil Actually Good for You?

Coconut oil is a common ingredient in keto recipes, paleo plates, and health-conscious kitchens, but is it really worth using? Whether you’re a keto dieter or a vegan enthusiast, you’ve probably heard about energizing and ketosis-boosting benefits of coconut oil. Many even call it a “superfood.” But, is there any truth behind these claims? In contrast, you may have also come across articles suggesting that coconut oil is bad for heart health. Is it possible that this keto-friendly ...

Toasted Coconut Lemon Squares

Toasted Coconut Lemon Squares

Summer is in full swing, for me anyway, and there are very few recipes that I am willing to crank up my oven and sweat it out just for something sweet. These keto fat bomb lemon squares are one of those recipes. Not just because lemon squares (aka lemon bars) are a beloved dessert staple that has transcended time and potlucks everywhere, but because these are Toasted Coconut Lemon Squares and everyone knows that the sweet and salty crunch of coconut makes everything better. Traditional ...

Peanut Butter Caramel Milkshake

Peanut Butter Caramel Milkshake

If you're a sane person, then peanut butter is probably one of your guilty pleasures - I know it's one of mine. But, when we're on a ketogenic diet, we can't always grab it by the spoonful to lick it off as a snack because of the carb count. Every once in a while, though, I get a huge craving for peanut butter and have to make something that'll combat it. So, since I've been on a smoothie/milkshake stint lately, I decided to put together something I know you'd all love. You can also sub out ...

McKeto Strawberry Milkshake

McKeto Strawberry Milkshake

Growing up as a kid, I had my fair share of fast food takeout. Some of them I still miss to this day and try to recreate (a lot of the time in failure, but don't tell anyone). One of them that I was thinking about lately? McDonald's Strawberry Milkshake. Their disgustingly sweet syrup mixed into ice cream and served up to me in the nostalgic paper cup. Not the most beautiful thing to remember from my childhood, but it certainly holds something dear in my heart. Well, I think I've done it ...

Vegetarian Red Coconut Curry

Vegetarian Red Coconut Curry

I decided to give a whirl at a vegetarian recipe that I've been wanting to do for quite some time now. A vegetarian red curry! If you're not vegetarian, you could easily add some fatty cuts of meat to this to make even more flavor come out and add more protein to the dish. For being ready in just under 20 minutes, this turned out to have some incredible flavors. The "fish" sauce definitely comes through, which I love, and adds a more authentic flavor to all of it. Allowing the curry paste to ...

Coconut Cream Yogurt

Coconut Cream Yogurt

Making your own yogurt might seem like a weird idea at first, but it's pretty simple and it's almost all hands off. We're going to culture the coconut milk in the oven using the light of the oven and the contents of probiotic capsules. You want your coconut milk to culture in the 110F - 115F range. We'll achieve this by leaving just the light of the oven on and keeping the door completely closed. Don't open it during the culture period! You may also want to invest in an oven thermometer so you ...

Coconut Chocolate Mocha Mug Cake

Coconut Chocolate Mocha Mug Cake

Now, I know it's pie day and I'm totally failing on that part. I tried to make a coconut cream pie in the microwave and it just didn't work out. The crust cooked just fine in the mug, but try to remove it and it completely breaks apart. So, I'll just give you something that's just as good! Just in case you missed out on the previous recipes in this mug cake series, you can check them out:   If you're a fan of coconut and chocolate, then give this one a try! You can taste ...

Macadamia & Coconut Keto Custard

Macadamia & Coconut Keto Custard

I've been looking for some different ways to use the Homemade Macadamia Nut Butter that I made the other day. I've not had custard in a long time, but for some odd reason it popped into my head and I got a craving. I set out to make a recipe that can stand up to low carb, but still taste great. I went for a texture that custard should be when baked - some egginess, but a velvety soft texture. As you chew, the notes from the vanilla, egg, coconut milk, and then macadamia nut butter come ...