This pudding is packed with protein, fibre and loaded with nutrients. 1 serving will keep you full for hours. It's silky smooth and fantastic topped with berries and shredded coconut or whatever else your heart desires. You never have to feel guilty about eating pudding again! Continue reading “THE BEST & EASIEST Low-Carb Chocolate Pudding”→
Easy-Peasy-Lemon Squeezy is the best way to describe this recipe.
All you need is 1 bowl and just under 10 minutes of your time to put them together.
They make an awesome grab and go breakfast as they contain a healthy dose of protein and fat and…well, they aren't eggs (anyone who's ever been Keto knows the struggle of trying to find a good breakfast alternative).
These muffins will sustain you for hours with their high fibre content and will probably help with those nagging cravings for something carby and delicious in the morning!
I've also shared this recipe in video format to show you how easy they truly are!
I am thinking of sharing more of my future content in videos like this one, sort of like the “Tasty” videos..but healthy, haha. So please let me know what you think and comment if you'd like more recipes like this one!
This is a great way to use of left over batter from my High Protein Crepes recipe! Or you could just make this to eat by itself. It's super easy and fat-free. The perfect side to a breakfast while cutting ! Enjoy!
-1/2 cup egg whites
-1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (1/3 a cup if you want thicker egg whites)
-1-2 tbsp SF syrup (I used Old Thyme Sugar Free Syrup)
-Cooking oil spray
Directions: Combine all ingredients in a bowl expect the SF syrup. Heat a pan over medium-low heat. Pour in the mixture and scramble well until desired consistency (I prefer these more creamy and not fully cooked!). At the last minute, add in a little of the syrup and scramble a bit more. Pour in a bowl and top with additional cinnamon/syrup as desired. Enjoy!
Do you miss chocolate? Do you miss topping your sundaes and desserts with globs of delicious, sweet chocolately goodness? Do you love peanut butter? Well look no further..I'm here to help you out! (Sorry that sounded like a terrible attempt at an advertisement ploy). But anywhooo, this perfect sauce goes great with any fruit, pancakes, frozen yogurt, oatmeal, greek yogurt, cardboard…basically anything you'd like it to go on! It's just awesome. So if you love chocolate like me and you secretly eat peanut butter by the spoonful, this one's for you.
Alright so your ready to sit down to watch a good movie. You've got the lights turned down low, surround sound on, remote in hand & a comfy couch…What's missing from this picture?? Popcorn! Duh! Who watches a movie without it?
So I'd just like to say, I felt like a genious after creating this Sugar Free Kettle Corn recipe because honestly it turned out better than I had anticipated.
It's so good.
If you've ever had kettle corn, you know it's awesome and this stuff I've gotta say holds up pretty well against the traditional!
Plus it's good for you, high in fibre and protein with minimal added carbs. So now instead of telling your kids “finish your vegetables they're good for you!” You can tell them “finish your popcorn!”. Haha..well actually I'm sure finishing it will be no problem. I hope you love this as much as I do.
Sugar Free Kettle Corn
1 large bag of light or unbuttered popcorn (I used Orville, it was 260cals/bag) (about 40g I believe)
2 tbsp melted coconut oil (you could sub another oil but this adds a lot of the flavour)