There’s a world of possibilities when it comes to soup recipes that can accommodate a low carb diet. Your keto lifestyle doesn’t have to go down the tubes just because it’s a busy time of year. Break out the slow cooker or Instant Pot and start whipping up some delicious keto soups. You’ll have a nice warm dinner and leftovers to save you time later in the week. Who knows, soup season might become your new favorite season!
Everyone knows that shrimp goes really well with a citrus juice, and in this salad the lime juice is the perfect addition to the marinade as it gives the fish a lovely tangy taste. You can serve this on whatever salad leaves you prefer, but baby spinach tastes amazing! The combination of firm shrimp and creamy, rich avocado makes this an impressive salad to make for guests.

These meaty lunch bowls feature chicken meatballs and serve it over fresh veggies with a sun-dried tomato and basil dressing. We love Mediterranean flavors, so this is one of our new favorite dishes to meal prep for the week. Those of you who don’t like pork rinds might be happy to see that none are used here, the binder is Parmesan! Just be careful because Parmesan can be salty, so you may not need to add as much salt as you would normally use to the recipe. If you’re unsure then pinch ...

You’ve heard of green tea ice cream, but have you heard of avocado coconut ice cream?! It’s a healthy source of fats and great for curbing those sugar cravings. The toasted coconut flakes nicely compliment the smooth flavor of avocado. This ice cream is great for a girl’s night or to snack on during a Netflix binge. There is quite a bit of prep time involved, and an ice cream maker is required. You can substitute Allulose for another preferred sugar substitute. Yields 8 servings of ...


Theresa, Thanks so much for your comment! We aren’t sure what you mean though; our recipe above calls for 2 cups (224g) of almond flour, which is the same measurement you mentioned from the brand you use (112g per 1 cup X 2 cups = 224g). It may be helpful to reach out to a particular almond flour manufacturer if you have a product-specific question. We hope this helps and happy keto baking!

Hi John, You could possible try a hand mixer in a bowl instead of the food processor, but I haven’t tried it, so can’t vouch for the results. Most likely the bread would not be as tall because the mixer would completely deflate the first half of the egg whites when you add them to the batter. The second half should be folded so that part will be find. If you try with a bowl and hand mixer, let me know how that goes.

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