These homemade larabars require very few ingredients. Don’t pay a buck for a bar when you can make it fresh at home in any flavor combination you want.
These Low-Carb Thumbprint Cookies are filled with Fat Fit Go, a healthy fat snack loaded with MCT oil and other energy-boosting fats. Only 1.5g net carbs per cookie and 9g of fat each!
On days where you plan to need explosive power, 20-30 minutes prior to the workout you should consume 5-20 grams of fast acting carbs (not starchy carbs like fruit). These power cookies are perfect for those practicing a targeted ketogenic diet.
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!
These Keto fat bombs are incredible, delicious and SUPER healthy. With zero net carbs, no dairy and a prebiotics included, these fat bombs get an A+.
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 low carb Cranberry relish is the perfect addition to your Keto holiday spread.
This buffalo chicken dip is good on your macros (for ketosis) and it’s a really great snack to help breakup the food options when you’re keto.
These Skillet Sweet Potatoes are a favorite side dish, we like to make a large batch to keep them on hand for quick side dishes throughout the week.
These are perfect little snacks to toss in kids’ lunchboxes, as after-school snacks, hiking/camping snacks, or when you need a quick boost in energy.
Dill is an often under-utilized herb because it is most commonly associated with pickles and not much else. But in cultures outside of America, it is widely used in a variety of dishes.
I’ve been on a dehydrating kick lately. When we had an overflow of peaches so I made fruit leather with them, as well as dehydrating slices (so good, by the way). The fruit leather was a hit with the kids, but I ran out of peaches, and wanted to use what I already had on […]
For Labor Day weekend, our family took our last camping trip of the season. Just before we left, I realized I still had over 2 dozen peaches that would go bad if we left them at home for the 4 days we would be gone. So with 2 days to spare, I made as much […]
These breakfast cookies are sweetened naturally with bananas and given a boost of protein to get your day started the right way. There is 6g of protein per cookie.
This banana bread/muffin recipe was adapted from our family’s favorite pre-paleo recipe, and now we’re sharing it with your family. Grain-free, dairy-free, and nut-free, anyone and everyone will be able to enjoy this classic quick bread.
My kids love these real-fruit, no-sugar gummies and I love that they’re getting the benefits from gelatin and real fruit and not the nasty side-effects of corn syrup and artificial colors and flavors.
Homemade almond butter is fresher, healthier, and tastier than store-bought. Maple sugar (which is just dehydrated maple syrup) is used as the sweetener which makes sure that the almond butter consistency isn’t messed up by adding the liquid version of the sweetener. We love this Maple Cinnamon Almond Butter on apple slices and celery sticks.
This traditional family favorite has been remade to exclude the dairy, refined sugar, and cornstarch, so everyone in the family can enjoy it.
Dairy-free yogurt options at the store have all sorts of strange and potentially dangerous ingredients (carrageenan, anybody?), and make a true dairy-free yogurt at home is expensive and time-consuming. This instant “yogurt” uses only 7 basic ingredients and is ready in under 5 minutes.
Slowcooked sweet potatoes are the easiest way to prepare a lot of “baked” potatoes at one time without heating up your entire kitchen. This is a great way to have an easy source of carbs on hand right after a workout or for surprise dinner guests.