These poppers are a delicious side or party food, always a hit. Easy to make and easy to love. Try cooking up these primal, bacon-wrapped Jalapeños Poppers now!
This is, without a doubt, my favorite way to cook a chicken. And to be honest, I use this same method in either the oven or in the smoker (we love our Traeger). There is very minimal time and effort and the amount of flavor and food that you get from it is pretty impressive.
High fat, Keto Italian sub roll-up lunch with 20g of fat, 10g of protein and less than 1 net carb. The perfect Keto lunch.
My inspiration for this drink started when I went to Starbucks with a friend and ordered a passion fruit iced tea with sugar-free vanilla syrup. After I started drinking it, I realized that I could do this at home with any combination of flavors that I wanted!
This low-carb broccoli cheddar soup has a wonderfully smokiness to it that really puts it over the top. If you’re not a fan of that smoky flavor, you can use regular cheddar and paprika. This is a family favorite around here and I’m sure it will be in your home too.
These eggs are full of flavor, creamy, and they’re not dry/rubbery little curds. Cooking them at a lower temp than normal helps to keep them from drying out so you get all the flavor from the egg and no crispy bits from the cheese.
Nothing like a delicious salad to keep you on track. This Caesar salad recipe is just right and helps with the macro count when you’re Keto. + No anchovies.
Turns out, the combo of sloppy joes and cheeseburgers is a winner! And we also found that this meal is best served with Low Carb Cheddar Garlic Biscuits. So good! Add some chopped romaine and a slather of mayo on your biscuit and this is the perfect comfort food.
These Keto cheddar garlic biscuits are really good and fit in to any Keto Diet WOE. With a carb count at under 2 grams (of net carbs), these are perfect!
63g Fat, 28g Protein, 2g (net) Carbs – These Keto breakfast sandwiches are delicious and pack all of the right macros. Loaded with MCT Oil and Prebiotics too!
39 grams of fat, 27 grams of protein and 6 (net) carbs, this Cobb salad is sure to hit the right macros for your diet. If you’re Keto you could even load more delicious (and fatty) dressing.
Getting your fat while on a Keto Diet doesn’t need to be difficult, especially with great homemade dressings. This healthy, Keto Blue Cheese dressing is perfect, give it a try!
Although this may look like a regular casserole, it has a couple surprise ingredients that keep it low carb and high in fat, making it perfect for your keto family.
This zero-carb (that’s right, ZERO) high-fat whipped cream is the perfect topping for any dessert, or even to eat right off the spoon.
This Keto Pumpkin Layer Cheesecake has only 3g net carbs and 22g of fat. Perfect for keeping you in ketosis while not missing out on all the holiday desserts.