Amazing cheesecake

I just had to share this as it has come out so well I could eat it by the bucket load. Someone here mentioned that TKMaxx has a range of zero carb syrups so I went hunting and found a few I liked the sound of. This afternoon I made up a basic keto cheesecake but added the pumpkin syrup to the mix and OMG it tastes good. ​ ​ https://i.redd.it/g1iovezk5mi31.jpg ​ ​ ​ ​ Recipe (sorry i cant give exact amounts, I tend to cook a lot by sight and taste) Enough ground almonds to cover the base of your container. Melted butter, enough to mix with the ground almonds to make a cheesecake base consistency. Double cream Equal …

Zucchetti and Meatballs

​ Zuccgetti and Meatballs ​ RECIPE: Meatballs: 2 pounds Lean Ground Beef 2 TBSN Almond Flour 1 Lg Egg Shot of Worshestershire Liberal shot of hotsauce 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil or TBSN dried 2 minced garlic cloves Liberal salt/pepper 1 TBSN Italian seasoning mix Mix all ingredients without over-working. Roll into 2" balls – should make 12 altogether. Pan fry rolling around so as not to burn and to cook evenly. You may add a few tbsns water and lid the pan to allow these to steam cook. Set 1-2 aside for dinner and freeze the rest for future dinners. 3)Spiralize a small zucchini and salt and place on paper towels to absorb water – let sit at least …

Incredible Chicken Salad

No picture, sorry. Wanted to make a really tasty buffalo chicken salad. Succeeded. Forgive formatting, on mobile. -2 12.5oz cans of Swanson white a premium chunk chicken breast with rib meat drained (I got 190ish grams per can) – 28 g diced jalapeno (1 medium jalapeno) – 60 g Frank's red hot buffalo wing sauce – 28 g diced bacon – 56 g primal nutrition Chipotle lime avocado mayo – 1 tsp chili powder – salt and pepper -85 g raw celery Open chicken cans, drain. Combine all in large bowl, adjust mayo to suit. We had this one on hand and it was great, alternatively if using plain mayo, add more spices. Made 646 g for me, split into …

tips for Chaffles?

Just got the dash mini waffle maker, and did a "churro" recipe. Any tips on making these turn out better? First off, even with half the "batter" it expanded, and made a huge mess, losing a third of what i put in the machine. Second, i read everyone saying how crispy these got, but mine were like chewy underdone eggos. Dont' get me wrong, i ate every bit of it, and they were delicious, but just wondering if i was doing something wrong. For my recipe I used: 1 egg 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese and cooked them for about 4-5 minutes submitted by /u/cptbingo2000 [link] [comments] Read more: reddit.com

Cloud Eggs Benedict

I learned about cloud eggs last night. There are tons of recipes out there if you do google/youtube search. I took one that folded grated parmesan and chives into the egg whites. I use to make Eggs Benedict often at home years ago before I quit eating english muffins. I haven't had one in a while and figured this cloud egg might be well suited for Eggs Benedict theme. So I made up this simple recipe / concoction. After the cloud has been baked and ready for the yolk, I added two small pieces of crispy bacon and nestled the raw egg yolk in between. Baked until done — actually broiled it a bit towards the end. Topped with homemade …

I had a thought but I don’t have a spiralizer

Hey guys, I had a thought just now, and as fas as I can see I've never seen anyone try this, and I don't have a spiralizer to try it with. Do you guys think that a spiralizer would make "noodles" out of something like a summer sausage? Would that make a "noodle"? I also have been contemplating trying to make some sort of noodle from just something like coconut flour and eggs, maybe a little water or milk – I don't know I'm not really a chef lol But this summer sausage noodle won't leave my mind alone. So if anyone out there has one of those things and wants to try it, I'd be interested in the results! …

Nutty Allergy workarounds – Ideas?

Hi Guys, ​ My GF and I have been on/off Keto since xmas with pretty good results. As we start to dive into other foods we are limited. She is allergic to most NUTS but not pistachio/cashew. Most recipes call for Almond flour to be used. Case example: Fat Pizza 🙁 I have coconut flour, not tried it yet – wouldn't the taste be a tad strong? You guys got any good recipes to use avoiding adding nuts. A proven tasty / filling pizza recipe, any good fat bombs recipes would be great and maybe those with these allergys, any Gold Star pointers you love to share? submitted by /u/LordOfWar_88 [link] [comments] Read more: reddit.com

Thoughts: Psyllium Husk

I've found a bun recipe that uses psyllium husk. I entered the recipe into MFP and between the use of Bob's Red Mill superfine almond flour (high net carbs as compared to other brands) and Pure-Le Natural psyllium husk powder (also high net carbs as compared to other brands), it has taken the buns up to 10 net carbs! The nutritional values are correct per all the labels. So my question is this: According to their website, the nutritional values for this psyllium husk is: Calories 35 (per 2 Tbsp/10g serving) Total Carbohydrates 10g Dietary Fiber 6g Total Sugars 0g The only ingredient is: Psyllium Husks (Plantago ovata) I've checked some other brands and most have net carbs of 1. …

Cloud bread consistency question

Hello! Thank you to everyone who posts such awesome recipes! I am so excited to try them. This morning to prep for a family 4th of July get together I decided to make cloud bread from the Paleo Palate recipe I found. That way my hubby and o could use them as buns. I cooked them longer than it said to try to get the golden-brown color but there was still a layer of wet “batter” in the middle of each bread piece. Does anyone have any tips on making sure they are done in the middle but don’t overlook? Are they supposed to have a bit of undone stuff in the center? I thought that was questionable because they …

Looking for a peanut butter cookie recipe without any added sugars

I’ve been trying to find a cookie recipe that doesn’t use any sugars at all, a search here turns up a bunch of 3 ingredient recipes using Swerve etc but what can I use if I don’t want to include any Swerve (or other sweetener) at all? Honestly I’ve gotten so sensitive to sweetness that most recipes using sugar subs are too dang sweet! Anyone got a recipe that works? I assume the 1 cup average is for bulking the dough, should I try coconut flour or almond? Peanut butter or any cookie would be great! Thanks a bunch! submitted by /u/BadBorzoi [link] [comments] Read more: reddit.com