Keto Whipped Cream

keto whipped cream on a spoon

If you are enjoying a delicious keto dessert, a dollop of whipped cream can only make it better. Make this keto whipped cream to keep your macros in line with your goals! Ingredients needed Heavy whipping cream Confectioners (powdered) sugar substitute (I used erythritol) Vanilla How to make keto whipped cream Place heavy whipping cream in a chilled bowl. Begin beating with an electric mixer on low speed. Whip for about 30 seconds or so, until the cream is starting to increase in volume and look a little “frothy.” Turn speed up to medium to medium-high and continue whipping. After

No Bake Keto Cheesecake

no bake keto cheesecake on a plate with berries sauce and whipped cream

No bake cheesecakes are easy, fast and fun to make! But the carbs really do add up. Here’s a keto version, made by using erythritol in place of the sugar and an almond flour crust. Indulge your sweet tooth while controlling your carbs! Ingredients needed for this keto no bake cheesecake For the crust: Almond Flour (extra fine) Powdered sweetener (I used Swerve) Butter For the filling: Cream cheese (16 oz) Powdered sweetener Sour cream Heavy whipping cream (1/2 cup) Lemon juice – fresh squeezed Vanilla How to make this easy sugar free keto cheesecake I adapted this recipe into

Keto Raspberry Sauce

Keto Raspberry sauce in a small white bowl

Today I bring another way to follow a low carb diet without giving up all desserts and treats! No matter if you are following a keto, dirty keto, or just plain low carb diet plan, it is pretty tough to find a way to deal with the urge for dessert. This keto raspberry sauce goes a long way to help with that! Ingredients needed Sugar free jam – raspberry or strawberry Raspberries – fresh or frozen – 9 ounces This sauce is based on my regular raspberry sauce which I used for meringue hearts. I intended to make it using

Keto Beef Stew

Keto beef stew in a white bowl

Today I have another of my classic recipes that I experimented with to make a lower carb version. I started with Bloody Mary Beef Stew and created Keto Beef Stew. Just as yummy, with significantly fewer carbs! Ingredients needed Beef – I usually buy stew meat but a chuck roast works well also, if cut up Beef stock Tomato paste Parsnips – I use these to substitute for the carrots Turnips – substitute for potatoes Onion – yellow usually Carrot – just one, and this is optional (see below) Worcestershire sauce Spices: garlic powder, dried thyme, dried marjoram Bay leaf

Butternut Squash Spaghetti Bake

butternut squash spaghetti bake on a white plate with salad

I love pasta, but also love it when my jeans fit. 😀 So it’s always a good idea to have some pasta substitutes around for when the craving hits. This one uses spiralized butternut squash baked with a simple spaghetti sauce. It’s delicious! Ingredients needed Butternut squash noodles (frozen 12 oz package) Zucchini noodles (frozen 12 oz package) Ground beef (1 pound) Olive oil (for browning beef) Marinara sauce (24 oz ) Garlic cloves (2) Shredded cheese, 2 cups (Italian cheese blend or mozzarella) Seasoning: salt, pepper, Italian seasoning How to make this Butternut Squash Spaghetti Bake Like most casseroles,

Sauteed Mushrooms and Onions

Sauteed mushrooms and onions in a pan

If you need a fast and easy side dish to complement any meal (don’t we all?) sauteed mushrooms and onions are an easy choice. They only take about ten minutes and can be served with just about any meal! Ingredients needed Mushrooms – white button mushrooms work fine, cremini work great as well Onion – one yellow, adjust size according to your love for onions Olive oil and butter – for frying Garlic clove Cooking sherry or a sweet white wine Tamari or soy sauce How to make sauteed mushrooms and onions Start with some olive oil and butter in

Cheesy Cauliflower Rice

cheesy cauliflower rice with broccoli on a red plate

When following a low carb or keto meal plan, side dishes can feel like a challenge. Noodles are out, rice and potatoes – nope. Sometimes I think I’ve been programmed to expect a starch with every meal. Which is of course what we are avoiding. Enter cauliflower rice. Does it taste like rice? No, it still tastes like cauliflower. But cauliflower + cheese = delicious! And for the vegetable-leery in your house, cauliflower in riced form is less in-your-face “I’m a vegetable”, if you know what I mean. Plus, when you make it into Cheesy Cauliflower Rice, what you are