Keto Lemon Pound Cake

For Easter weekend, I wanted to do something a little sweet and special and because dyeing eggs didn’t quite do it for me, I decided to make a pound cake. When I was a kid, I adored Sara Lee pound cakes. My mom would keep them in the fridge and […]

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Keto Muffuletta Salad

What really makes a po-boy a po-boy is the bread. If the fried shrimp or sloppy roast beef isn’t served on that soft, New Orleans-style French bread, it may be a sandwich, but it’s definitely not a po-boy. The same could be said for many different types of sandwiches, from […]

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Keto Dutch Baby . . . Baby!

Generally, I am not a pancake kind of girl. I’ve been known to get a craving for a stack from time to time, but generally I prefer French Toast or Waffles over the ubiquitous pancake. Sure, there are a few that merit my adoration (and yours) like the hugely flavorful […]

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Keto Coffee Chia Pudding

I love coffee. When I was a kid, I’d steal the coffee-flavored candies from my mother’s purse (coffee and toffee are her two favorite flavors), take sips off of cold coffee cups left on the kitchen counter for clean-up, and devour coffee ice cream. As an adult, my passion for […]

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Keto Blueberry Lavender Chia Pudding

Breakfast can be an onerous affair on the keto diet. Don’t get me wrong, I can typically eat eggs for days (“No one can eat 40 eggs!”), but sometimes I want something cool and sweet, satiating, yet light, and chia pudding does it for me every time. While plain pudding […]

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Keto Cheesecake Dressed In Mardi Gras Colors

After two plus years of low-carb eating, I have come to the conclusion that keto desserts generally suck. Before you jump into the comments and say “what about Rebel ice cream?” or “I have this recipe for incredible keto brownies!”, just know I’ve probably already tried them. Admittedly, there are […]

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Devour thy enemy: Football fans open wide

Medieval literature describes Richard the Lionhearted, the crusader king of England, flaunting his customary consumption of human flesh during battle to strike fear into the hearts of his enemy. His troops would loot and devour the dead, causing the ‘infidels” to panic and spread images of ruthlessness and savagery regarding […]

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