This has been a highly popularized topic over the past couple years with the Ketogenic Diet: how do I order Starbucks on the Keto Diet without sounding like a total dork or taking up too much of the barista’s time?
The key to a successful Keto diet is loading up on fat and moderate protein while avoiding most carbs. With breakfast, you might find a million things to do with eggs. And with dinner, you can find a recipe for just about anything to make it Keto diet friendly. But, what about lunch?
Chaffles are the latest trendy recipe in the Ketogenic Diet world. If you know anything about the Ketogenic Diet, you understand that cheese is the new bread. Chaffles are simply cheese + egg, but you don’t have to stop there.
This is not only the perfect dish to appease your guests, it will also be a hit with the folks watching their carbs. It’s my absolute goal to keto-fy as many everyday and holiday favorites so everyone (both on and off the Keto Diet) can enjoy!
Have you ever considering meal prepping, but you get these crazy images in your head about chicken and broccoli in neat little containers next to a very tired person wiping their brow after spending 5 hours throwing all these recipes together?
There is no better feeling than going to your fridge or freezer at the end of a long day…and dinner, it’s there just sitting there ready to heat up and eat. I’m convinced there are two types of people in the world: those who prep and those who don’t.
I was never a meal prepper from the start, but once I figured it all out and got into my “groove,” I never looked back. Now it’s in my nature to find meals that can easily be meal prepper meals. In my kitchen, that means meals with multiple servings that can be refrigerated or frozen to last for weeks.
So you’ve started the New Year with a bang and you’ve decided that this year will be YOUR year to finally lose weight and keep it off, right? You’ve probably read through several articles already about the different diets to try for the new year and you’re super curious about this ketogenic diet.
If you’ve been keeping your keto game strong, it’s time to belly up to Thanksgiving soon. If you’ve been on the ketogenic diet for a while, you know the struggle is going to be real during the Holidays. Not to worry, I’ve found the best and easiest classic Thanksgiving recipes.
Growing up in the South has taught me that no matter what the occasion, there has to be lots of food. If it’s comfort food, even better. And no matter if you’re on a diet, those calories don’t count on a special occasion, right? Over the years, I’ve been told to “put some meat on those bones” a time or two.