I’ve been on a bit of a scones kick lately. And who could blame me? Scones are little slices of heaven and they actually convert to low carb very easily. But when I found out my go-to keto scone recipe was gone from the interwebs, I knew I had to create a new recipe that checked off all my boxes for what a good scone should be. Thus, these low carb chocolate raspberry scones were born.(more…)
There are a lot of different low carb bread options out there, most of which are not worth mentioning if I’m honest. But this low carb foccacia is one that my non-keto husband calls “the best bread” and I have to fight to keep any leftovers because my kids will devour it.
Low carb cheese bread. Do I even need to say any more? This stuff is what my junk food dreams are made of and now I can eat them 100% guilt-free. Hashtag winning. And I got you this recipe just in time for a certain game that you might be having a party to watch in early February.
Back when I wrote up my favorite keto thanksgiving recipes, I told you I had been working on a low carb green bean casserole recipe but that I didn’t have it quite to where I wanted it. And I promised you I’d have it ready before Christmas. So here it is!
It’s not that there aren’t other low carb green bean casseroles out there. There are. But I couldn’t find a single one that had fried onions. And I really, really like fried onions in my green bean casserole. So while it’s a little more work to fry your own onions (the kind in the can aren’t low-carb) it’s absolutely worth it to me. I wanted this to have all the familiar flavors of the traditional green bean casserole, but with the exquisite flavors that only come from using fresh ingredients instead of canned. I used fresh green beans but I think you could also substitute frozen and get a similar result.(more…)
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