How can one eat mostly salad, but not hate life? We hope to share with you our salad making strategies in this post. Our daily salads are delicious vehicles for various yummy fats. We eat these salads almost twice a day and don’t eat a whole lot more.(more…)
One of the hardest things for me to give up on the keto diet was rice, considering how it is included in every meal in Persian cuisine. But I don’t feel I miss those aromatic colorful Persian rice anymore. I am coming up with keto ways to make up for those.
This is the keto version of what we call polo sabzi. I fed it to my kids and they couldn’t tell the difference. The trick is in garlic powder, lots of dried dill and some dried basil.
Nori, cream cheese smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, riced cauliflower, red onion, shredded cabbage, and leafy greens. Honestly, I doubled up the nori so I can hold the amount of ingredients I put into this roll. The cream cheese applied on the right side works as the glue that holds the roll together.
Who says we can’t have sushi on keto?(more…)
This pancake normally constitutes the protein part of my first meal of the day. I make a big stack of them, store them in a glass container and every day I take out one or two and heat it up in the toaster oven with butter and a piece of Montezuma’s 100% dark chocolate. It’s so satisfying and much less carby than another kind of keto pancakes. Also, it totally goes with your bulletproof coffee or matcha. I normally make 4x the amount mentioned below so I can store them. Did I tell you my picky toddlers love them? First beat the eggs with the spices, baking soda, salt, and stevia in the blender then add the flour, collagen and cocoa powder. Cook it on low heat with the top on and flip it when there are bibles appeared on top of the pancake.(more…)
I had to give up Coffee, but have traded it for a new habit. This amazing drink has become part of my daily habits.(more…)
Here is a delicious and healthy recipe:
4 tablespoons chia seeds
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon potassium chloride
2 cups unsweetened almond milk
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
6 full droppers of stevia
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 tablespoon roasted sunflower seeds
1 tablespoon shredded coconut
Put dry ingredients into a bowl, add almond milk, stevia, vanilla and peanut butter then mix.
Pour into a jar and refrigerate overnight, add toppings before serving.
Makes two servings of 270 calories and 3.5g carbs each.