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Keto Deviled Eggs

Keto Deviled Eggs just might be my favorite food on the planet. As I researched different ways of making deviled eggs, I quickly realized that our family recipe is unique… and… I had put my own twist on it… In fact, my sister and my mom make these just a little bit differently. According to my husband and my three picky teenagers, mine are the best. And they aren’t afraid to tell me they don’t like stuff I make! so… I went with my recipe. The thing was… I had NEVER measured my ingredients when I made them!! So, in …

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Keto French Cut Green Beans with Sliced Almonds

This naturally low carb recipe for french cut green beans with toasted sliced almonds is a family favorite dating back to my childhood. In fact, before I filmed this recipe I chatted with my mom and asked her for tips! She recommended I take the time to toast the almonds in a little oil (I chose avocado oil) before tossing them with the green beans. Some of my earliest holiday memories revolve around this dish at the dinner table! This is a great way to dress up green beans for Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas or any other celebration throughout the year. …

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Keto Poppyseed Bread

This Keto-friendly Poppyseed Bread Recipe tastes just like the real thing. Poppyseed bread is one of my husband’s favorite spring treats and it’s a recipe that’s been on my list to “make keto” for quite awhile. For this recipe, I started from scratch and tried a few new tricks I’ve learned to bake with coconut four. After many, many revisions (each delicious…but not perfect…) this version was the clear winner! You’ll find this keto poppyseed bread recipe to have the perfect crumb! Though… I’ll warn you. Make substitutions at your own risk. Try it if you must… but if I …

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6 Signs You’re In Ketosis

How Do I know I’m in Ketosis without testing? There are signs & signals your body will give you as you enter a state of ketosis. If you just started a Ketogenic diet, you are probably wondering how you can tell that you’re in ketosis. There are a number of different ways to answer this question. First, let’s talk about the physical signs that signal you are in ketosis… then I’ll share some of the amazing benefits you’ll harness once you’ve become fat adapted!! You can do this! Check out the video below to learn the signs and signals that …

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Korean Sauna Eggs

These Korean Sauna Eggs are a very popular Korean snack and are fun and easy to make in an instapot! I (Jeremy) was reading one of my favorite tech blogs one day when I ran across a linked article describing these Korean Sauna Eggs. Why is that interesting you might be asking… Well, I lived in South Korea for over two years. In fact, one of my daughters was born in Seoul. The name having peaked my interest, I clicked on the link and learned just how easy it is to make these in an Instant Pot. Having been on …

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Keto Artichoke Dip

Keto Artichoke Dip This easy keto artichoke dip recipe is my favorite keto dip out of all of the one’s I’ve created! It’s cheesy and delectable and tastes like a true indulgence. We love pairing this keto dip with pork rinds. It’s the perfect crunchy base for this creamy keto dip! This bakes up perfectly in a 4-6 cup serving dish. Feel free to double or triple the recipe for big gatherings! Use your choice of cheese to top your Keto Artichoke Dip! A few words on ingredients… Choose a mayo such as the one I have linked below and …

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Fried Brussels Sprouts

These shaved fried Brussels Sprouts are soooo crispy and delicious! Getting these just right was a labor of love… I mean that. We LOVE eating Brussels Sprouts!! The Secrets of Crunchy Fried Brussels Sprouts After much trial & error, we discovered that when using a home fryer, having the brussel sprouts warmed and NOT chilled made a big difference in the finished result. In commercial fryers, this likely isn’t a problem. But, in home fryers we found the oil temp dropped considerably when using still chilled sprouts. Another tip is to make sure your sprouts are thoroughly dry. We washed …

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Keto Tex-Mex Liver Casserole

We created this keto casserole recipe as a way to get more nutrient-packed liver into our diet. We wanted a recipe that tasted amazing but that also hid liver’s strange texture. Why should you eat liver? Uhhm because it is amazing for you. Gram for gram, liver is one of the most nutrient packed foods on the planet. For instance, in one gram of liver there is 317 IU of Vitamin A. Compare that to kale which at one gram has 136 IU of Vitamin A. There are many such comparisons one could make. Let me save you some time …

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Ask Us Anything About The Keto Diet

In our first ever AMA session, we covered a wide variety of topics regarding the keto diet. Tune in and listen to the replay! Below the video, you’ll find a list of topics we covered regarding the keto diet. Still have questions? Comment below and let us know! We shape our videos around commonly asked questions and appreciate your feedback and support. How much weight should you be losing on Keto Diet? How to know if you are in Ketosis? First signs? Ketosis test? Wanting to start Keto Diet and get it right, should I get a Certified Nutritionist? or …

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Keto Crab Dip

This easy keto appetizer can be served either cold or warm and melty! You’ll find instructions for both in the recipe card below. Before you head out to the store to grab some crab meat… A few tips. Avoid imitation crab. If you take a look at the ingredients list on imitation crab you might just be surprised of what it’s made of. For those of us on a keto diet, let’s just totally avoid that junk! Instead, choose fresh crab and if you buy canned make sure you read the ingredients because sugar can be hiding in there! This …