These are my absolute favorite keto crackers. Actually, they’re my favorite crackers all around. Keto or otherwise. I found this recipe on alldayidreamaboutfood.com, a fantastic blog with the most amazing low-carb recipes. But as usual, I tweaked it to make it more flexible with what cheese I have laying around. I also doubled it. I used a scale to measure. Do you have a scale … Continue reading fave keto crackers.
If you know me well, you know that I model many of my lifestyle choices after two women: Ina Garten and Giada De Laurentiis. I love Giada’s relaxed-but-sexy Italifornia style (I just made that word up) but I really resonate with the practical uniform Ina wears. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. And their cooking styles follow suit: Ina taught me how to perfect … Continue reading shakerato.
Folks, this bread is it. I officially don’t miss bread. And on top of that, I now don’t have to deal with tummy aches, brought on by lovely sandwiches. Like I said ~ this is it. I started with a few recipes online, and combined them a bit to make my favorite version. I also hear that you can simply make keto bread with cheese … Continue reading favorite keto chaffle bread.
I feel like I never quite get roasted chicken right. Until tonight. Oh baby, did I get it right this time ~ so I gotta write it down before I forget! The leftovers will be turned into a yummy chicken and mushroom soup for the freezer. This is serious progress after what feels like a very long draught of unhealthy, non-homemade, hurried, unintentional stuffing of … Continue reading Roasted Chicken and Veggies.
After a summer of eating all the fun things, I gotta say, I’m miserable. I’ve gained weight, I’m bloated (you’re welcome), and I can’t get off my butt for even one sun salutation. Fun foods hurt my body. So I’m back on the ‘ole keto train. It’s not easy at the beginning. Feels kinda like a breakup. But they’re just feelings and they will definitely … Continue reading Lazy Keto Poke Bowl.
I don’t know why I’m not eating this salad every single day. It’s so easy to put together, and really packs a healthy punch. And my goodness, it’s satisfying. First, remember that salads like this are so great for cleaning that fridge of yours. So pull out your jarred olives, pickles, forgotten veggies ~ you name it ~ and throw it all in. And I … Continue reading Easy Spinach Salad.
Can’t pronounce it? That’s okay. As long as you know what it is. And as long as you keep it in your rotation for entertaining, or even just a random weeknight. I’ll be honest ~ I’ve always had trouble plating this meat, cheese, and condiment platter. It’s supposed to be plentiful, colorful, and artistic. I should be a natural at this! I love to cook, … Continue reading charcuterie.
Happy Mother’s Day to all you mothers out there! And that means anyone who has ever “mothered” another living thing. That should cover just about all of us, right? I “mothered” my mother this weekend, and my mother-in-law as well. I made all sorts of yummy dishes and tried to pamper them as much as possible. My father-in-law and husband reaped the benefits by proxy. … Continue reading Mother’s Day Mushroom Quiche.
This is my first attempt at keto taco shells, and I gotta say ~ I’m very happy. My tummy is happy, my husband is happy, my husband’s tummy is happy, and it isn’t even Tuesday. Taco Tuesday ERRRDAY y’all. First of all, let me tell you about these ribs I made in the slow cooker. And then used the leftovers to make these tacos. SLOW … Continue reading Pineapple Ribs & Keto Taco Shells.
I’ve been asked to write a little bit about flour, and what I know about substitutes at this point. I won’t use the real name of the friend who asked me to do this ~ let’s call her Toni. (That’s her real name…ha ha haaaaa) I’ve tried a lot of flour substitutes in the past 10 years, in a never-ending search for foods that don’t … Continue reading Flour.