3 Net Carb Keto Dirty RiceBy restingketofaceLooking for a low carb version of this cajun favorite? Keto Dirty Rice is one of my favorite comfort foods. Here's how to make it keto-friendly.Low Carb Stuffed Pepper CasseroleBy restingketofaceStuffed peppers are an old favorite comfort food that I get really specific cravings for. Growing up, I didn't eat these, because I was a little freaked out by rice. I was a picky eater, what can I say? Now that I've grown up (and have grown to LOVE veggies and easy casserole recipes), I find myself craving super easy meals like this more and more. This low carb stuffed pepper recipe makes it really easy to get tender peppers every single time WITHOUT having to boil them beforehand. With the help of a little steam (thanks, cauliflower and other watery veggies) and foil, these turn out perfect every time.Low Carb Homemade Marinara SauceBy restingketofaceKeto is super sustainable but it gets really expensive really fast if you spend money on premade products. One of the most expensive items out there is pasta sauce! You would be amazed at how much pasta sauce without sugar and fillers costs. This recipe only uses a few simple and cheap ingredients to create an extremely flavorful marinara.Mississippi Pot RoastBy restingketofaceMississippi Pot Roast is essentially a keto cult classic. You can honestly make this with ANY meats, but I prefer beef or pork for that extra-rich and hearty taste. Make this and freeze it so you have some leftovers for when you want to avoid that extra cleanup in the future.5 Ingredient BBQ Keto PizzaBy restingketofaceLooking for a quick and easy keto pizza that doesn't involve fathead dough? This is the one! Using Outer Aisle PlantPower pizza crusts, these are quick to bake and even quicker to prep.Tasty Brussels Sprouts Recipe for Picky EatersBy restingketofaceBrussels sprouts are one of those foods that I've grown to love as I've gotten older. As a child, I was a picky eater. I'm talking "pizza and chicken nuggets and ramen noodles ONLY" type of picky eater. While that was fun (while it lasted), in order to live longer than 35, I learned I would need to add more nutritious foods into my diet. Brussels sprouts are one of those foods. They're packed full of Vitamins K and C, and when cooked right, are absolutely delicious. Check out this recipe for a quick and easy spin on brussels sprouts that ANYONE will love (including those picky eaters).
Note: I do not calculate macros for this recipe as they will vary based on the ingredients you purchase. I recommend putting the ingredients into a calculator like Carb Manager and then dividing the recipe by the number of servings you use for the most accurate macros.Easy Keto Protein Burgers That Won’t Fall Apart!By restingketofaceHave you ever cooked burgers and they were just bland and fell apart? Some (non-keto) recipes use ingredients like bread crumbs to hold burgers together - NO THANK YOU. Today I have a burger recipe for you guys that's packed full of flavor and won't fall apart on the grill. I use these as a meal prep recipe and they're super easy to incorporate into a keto diet, even if you're on a budget. I like to serve these with a slice of gouda on top! Check out the recipe below and see my Keto Comfort Foods Meal Prep video for a tutorial.
Note: I do not calculate macros for this recipe as they will vary based on the ingredients you purchase. I recommend putting the ingredients into a calculator like Carb Manager and then dividing the recipe by the number of servings you use for the most accurate macros.Comforting Keto Broccoli Cheddar SoupBy restingketofaceHey everyone! Here's a keto version of my favorite broccoli cheddar soup recipe. Traditional broccoli cheddar soup uses a roux, which is basically a butter/flour mixture that helps cheese to suspend in the liquid. We swap that out in this recipe for just a little xantham gum and butter. Read along to find out how to make this deliciousness! See my meal prep video on this page for a tutorial.
Note: I do not calculate macros for this recipe as they will vary based on the ingredients you purchase. I recommend putting the ingredients into a calculator like Carb Manager and then dividing the recipe by the number of servings you use for the most accurate macros.