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Keto Bacon Cheeseburger Wellington

This classy Bacon Burger Wellington is an incredible upgrade for your next hamburger. It’s so delicious, filling and looks amazing that would impress your family and friends. Regular burger or beef wellington consists of pastry. To make it keto-friendly, our dough is made of mozzarella, cream cheese, and almond flour. This dish is full of […]

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Keto Teriyaki Chicken Thighs with Broccoli

Do you love Japanese food? If so, you’ll love this tasty Teriyaki Chicken. Traditional teriyaki chicken is not strict keto-friendly due to soy sauce, brown sugar, vegetable oil and corn starch. To ketofy it, we simply use coconut aminos, erythritol (or monk fruit), olive oil, and xanthan gum. The main ingredient is chicken thighs – […]

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Ultimate Keto Hamburgers

This is an amazing crunchy bread that will make your burger cravings go away. Nothing like a delicious bread to make the perfect low carb hamburger and this recipe will hit the spot. Easy to make and delicious this will soon be your #1 go-to keto burger recipe. The trick is not to add too […]

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Keto Sesame Chicken – Easy and Healthy

This sesame chicken is a very common and easy to make dish that can be found in Chinese restaurants. The regular sesame chicken dish you get from the restaurants has all purpose flour, sugar, corn starch, soy sauce and vegetable oil which make it not keto-friendly. To make this recipe low carb, healthy and keto […]

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Easy Low Carb Beef Crack Slaw

Crack Slaw (also known as Egg Roll in a Bowl) is a simple and easy-to-prepare dish that is full of delicious oriental flavors and is a complete meal. It’s one of the most popular recipes in the low carb, paleo, and whole30 communities. This recipe is very addictive and when you try it, you will […]

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Keto Bagels For Breakfast

Keto bagels are quite simple to make and can be an excellent breakfast, together with your topping of choice – cream cheese, lettuce, ham, or however else you prefer them. You can bake a batch and store them for up to 2-3 days – we recommend storing them in the fridge because of the mozzarella […]

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