Keto Crackers

Keto crackers perfect for every style of dip. The original recipe calls for rosemary, which turned out fairly well. Other flavor recommendations are still incoming. Garlic and popcorn flavorings are some of the newer ideas. I used squares for my crackers, but I am going to try triangles at some point. I find it easiest…

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Refried Beans

Simple way to make restaurant quality refried beans. These taste really close to restaurant style refried beans, which I have loved since childhood. As a kid I used to mix the beans with some thick sour cream, so my taste reference might be a bit different from yours. I leave the beans soaking in the…

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Keto Banana Bread

Tasty keto version of banana bread This recipe tastes amazing! I have always enjoyed banana bread, but I had not made it before this. I have made both the loaf and the muffin versions. The loaf is lighter and stays moist, almost to the point of feeling undercooked. It maintains its deliciousness though. The muffins,…

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Shredded/Sliced Chicken

Easy way to get shredded or sliced chicken ready for future meals. Normally after I finish cooking and cutting/shredding the chicken, I let it sit in its broth for a half hour, heating optional. This helps prevent meat from drying out. Fresher is always better. This may be difficult if you want it cold for…

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Onion Ring Patties

Tasty substitute for a bun-less burger. I had some difficulties keeping the onion with the meat while breading them, but that may have been due to not chilling the onions with the meat. I only used half of the remaining onion and no seasoning but it still tasted really good. This was my first time…

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Armadillo Eggs

These are very tasty and easy to prepare Be very careful during, and after, handling the jalapenos. They are spicy by contact. If you can, use a piping bag to put the cheeses in the jalapenos. It becomes so much easier than trying to push using a knife. Alternatively you could cut the jalapenos in…

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Spaghetti Squash

Simple low carb spaghetti noodles.   The hardest part is cutting it safely and not taking a long time to do so. You want to coat the flesh entirely to avoid burning it. If you add minimal oil, it will be slightly crunchy. Leaving a bit more oil in the squash will make it nice…

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Roasted Garlic

Easy way to make your own roasted garlic. You could also buy pre-peeled cloves, which you can get from Costco. I cooked them in a silicone muffin tray atop a pampered chef pan. The changes I made were to drop the temperature to 375 degrees for 45-50 minutes, covered by foil, filling each cup with…

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Easy Oven Bacon

This is a really easy way to avoid the hot oil splatter that comes with cooking bacon stovetop. The times may change depending on how thick the bacon is and its type, but it should be close. My wife and I almost always use center cut. For some packs of bacon, you will have to…

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Keto Quiche

Keto ham and swiss quiche. This recipe is fairly simple to make and does not have any really difficult steps, though there are a lot of ingredients. When I make this in my pie pan, the filling almost completely fills the pan up and makes it very difficult to move to the oven. It will…

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