You miss pizza. So do I! So let's make a keto pizza dough that tastes like our old favorite!
Start by gathering your ingredients:
1.5 cups mozzarella
3/4 cup almond flour
2 T cream cheese
Next melt your cheeses for 90 secs in the microwave, then mix in 1 egg and almond flour until dough forms. Roll out dough to desired shape between 2 pieces of parchment paper. Bake on parchment lined baking sheet at 400 degrees for 12 mins. Top with sauce, cheese and desired toppings then return to the oven for 4 to 5 mins until melted and golden brown.
Watch our quick video tutorial here
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Dark chocolate| Whipped cream| Strawberries
You in yet?!!
Starting a ketogenic diet can be a bit confusing. Can I use nut flours? Are all keto baked goods made with protein powder? What can I eat as "dessert"? Many questions arise when starting your keto journey. Let's make one thing super simple: C A K E. You know it, you love it and you shouldn't have to give it up! So here is our quick 2 INGREDIENT recipe for decadent dark chocolate keto cake!
4 large eggs
16 oz dark chocolate
Separate egg whites from yolks. Beat egg whites until stiff. Set aside.
Melt chocolate fully then incorporate 1 egg yolk at a time into the chocolate.
Gently fold whipped egg whites into yolk mixture until batter forms
Bake in parchment lines 8x8 pan for 20 mins at 320 degrees.
Top with desired garnish (whipped cream, berries or nuts!)
Watch our video tutorial below!
Whether it's Meatless Monday, Taco Tuesday or you just want to stick to your new year's resolution to get in shape, these easy healthy tacos are the answer!
You can use traditional corn tortillas or even romaine lettuce leaves as the shell, then fill them with yummy veggies and all the toppings your heart desires! Let's get started!
taco shells or romaine lettuce
Follow along with our instructional video!
Need an easy yet delicious meal that feeds the family AND helps you keep your New Year's resolution to get healthier? Look no further. A quaint combo of spinach pasta, crushed tomatoes and farm raised shrimp will make your next meal a no brainer!
Starting with just a bit of extra virgin olive oil, we add crushed tomatoes to simmer for a few moments before adding our shrimp and diving into a nutritious and yummy meal! Watch our easy video tutorial and follow along with our resident chef!
1 pound spinach pasta, fresh
1/2 pound farm raised shrimp
3 T olive oil
3 cloves garlic
2 t Italian seasoning
10 leaves fresh torn basil
Red pepper to taste
The New Year has begun and many of us are looking for easy and
H E A L T H Y breakfast ideas for our families. And since every good New Year begins with a toast, let's join in on the celebration with 6 Healthy Breakfast Toast ideas!
Follow these simple steps to pack every slice with nutrition and energy!