Cereal is easy to miss on a Keto diet. This cinnamon Keto granola recipe will fill that breakfast cereal void. It tastes great, it’s really nutritious and totally keto friendly.
It has been a cold windy day here in the San Francisco Bay Area. When I’m feeling cold I love having hot chocolate – keto style. My Easy Hot Keto Cocoa will satisfy that craving for a hot chocolate drink without the calories. It’s easy to make, low in calories and best of all, it’s only 2 net carbs. Here’s how to make it:
Drink and enjoy.
This Keto Chocolate Avocado Pudding is absolutely delicious. With just 3 net grams of carbs per serving you can enjoy a creamy chocolatey treat without the guilt.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: None
1. Combine the ingredients in a food processor and pulse.
2. Blend on high speed until smooth, then spoon into cups.
3. Chill until thick and cold, then serve.
*3g net carbs*
Bulletproof coffee quite simply is coffee with butter and MCT oil. Take a few sips of this hot coffee emulsion and you will be ready to take on the day. It’s frothy and delicious!
Dave Asprey from Bulletproof nutrition coined the term Bulletproof coffee. Since it’s inception there are several versions of the famous recipe but most refer to them as bulletproof coffee.
1 cup of hot coffee
2 TBS unsalted organic or grass-fed butter
1 TBS MCT oil or coconut oil
Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth and frothy.
Starting your day with a carb-heavy breakfast of cereal, oatmeal, or toast spikes your blood sugar. You’ll get a short lasting burst of energy, but after a few hours your blood sugar will drop, and you’ll be hungry, tired, and unfocused.
The fat in bulletproof coffee provides satiety and helps curb cravings. The amount of fat can be adjusted to your liking. Start off with a small amount, let’s say a teaspoon, of MCT oil and work your way up to a full tablespoon if you feel good doing so. Some people experience stomach problems if adding too much oil at once.
The fat together with the caffeine from the coffee will give you a boost of energy to start your day. If you are sensitive to caffeine, go ahead and try it with organic decaf. It won’t give you quite the same effect but you will still have a great-tasting and filling drink.
You don’t have to use coffee to get the boundless energy and focus of butter and MCT oil. Tea is a great alternative to coffee that delivers all of the benefits of a buttered beverage.
Make this recipe your own by adding your favorite flavors to it. Add some unsweetened cocoa powder and you’ll have a bulletproof mocha. Or why not try some cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice. If you feel like adding sweetness to your coffee, add a little stevia or erythritol. Don’t want to go the trouble of blending your own brew? Our Keto Kofi by Bulafit may be just what you need. Make from organic coffee beans, it is a delicious blend of the
proprietary GT blend with a hint of natural vanilla flavor. Keto Kofi will help you maintain your proper macronutrient ratios and keep you full and satiated for hours. It’s great for intermittent fasting too. Get it here.
This Tuscan creamy garlic shrimp recipe is so versatile. You can substitute the shrimp with any kind of protein for a delish variation of this dish. We have used chicken, beef, pork and jumbo shrimp. This dish is a rated 5 stars in our home.
Saute in butter, avocado or olive oil – 1 medium diced onion, 3-4 cloves of garlic, 2 can’s of organic mushrooms. Put to side when translucent.
Cook 5-6 strips of cut up bacon, save 2 TBSP of bacon grease.
Saute the shrimp (or protein choice in the bacon grease) until cooked through.
Add the sauteed onions, garlic and mushrooms back in the skillet with the cooked shrimp.
Add 1/2 to 1 cup of heavy cream. Blend well.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Add the cut up spinach or kale for color and blend until wilted.
This is a top-rated dinner at our house. We never have left overs.
Enjoy! Bon Appetit