I’ll be honest… This post is as much for me as it is for you guys.
The great thing about eating a low carb, ketogenic diet is that almost anything you want to eat can be transformed into a low carb replacement. It makes it super easy to stick to your diet plan and not stray into a carb-heavy cheat day.
PIZZA. IS. LIFE. and thanks to this super easy fathead dough recipe, you don’t have to go without on a low carb or ketogenic diet.
One of the most daunting aspects of switching to a low carb or keto diet is trying to find decent recipes to make. We as humans are creatures of habit. Most of us have been making the same recipes and meals for our whole lives so transitioning to a new way of eating can be intimidating. Simply typing “low carb recipes” into Google is a surefire way to feel instantly overwhelmed so I’ve put together a list of 4 solid resources that will help answer the question “Where are the best places find low carb recipes?”.
Broccoli Salad is hands down one of my favorite side dishes. It’s fresh, quick, and easily made into a dairy free recipe by simply omitting the cheese.
This recipe takes a bit of prep work but it is SO good. It’s also pretty versatile. You can add whichever low carb veggies you’re in the mood for since the marinated Greek chicken is the star of the show. Pair it with homemade dairy-free tzatziki and you have a delicious, well rounded keto dinner.
Coffee is life. At least, I like to think so at 6am when my kids are harassing me for a hot breakfast. When I stopped dairy, I was hella concerned about what to use for creamer. Almond milk is too thin and cashew milk is a bit thicker but it takes a lot to get the consistency I want. My sister told me about this
recipe combination and now I swear by it. Creamy, dairy free coffee creamer for the win!
This is one of the easiest low carb dinners I’ve ever made. I may have stopped eating dairy since I put this recipe together but I’m excited to try it with a vegan or goat cheese next time. It’s quick and uses only one dish. #Winning
This was hands down my favorite way to eat chicken. I would pair it with caesar salad and it would literally be a meal of all my favorite things. Are you wondering why I’m talking in past tense?
I’m going to drop some truth on you guys. Before going low carb I freaking LOVED fried chicken. I don’t even know why I’m talking in past tense. I’m sure I still love fried chicken. 4 months into my Keto journey, I decided it was time to try and recreate (somewhat) that salty crunchy goodness. I needed to make some low carb crispy chicken.