This one doubles as a breakfast bar or keto dessert! It is scrumptious! The only dairy in it is butter, so you could easily replace that with coconut oil or ghee. I used monkfruit to make this a keto friendly dessert, but you could use stevia or something like coconut sugar; just be sure to adjust the amount as needed. The coconut in the crust really makes these bars special with the blueberry coconut combo! Recipe adapted from
Egg dishes like this are perfect for preparing ahead of time and having in the fridge for a busy week ahead! You could make this same dish in a muffin tin if your family prefers that. In that case I would just chop the asparagus up smaller and divide those piece by hand into each cup. This is a perfect keto meal or snack! I am one of those "no breakfast" keto people (just never hungry for it and I do believe in following your body's signals!). However, who doesn't love breakfast for dinner or even lunch? Next time I might add small pieces of bacon. Everything's better with bacon, right? Recipe adapted from If you are interested in more guidance using a keto template, please checkout my KETO for Women programs under the "shop" tab; or for more individualized guidance, book a free consultation at the top of my website!
I had you at blueberry muffins, right? I mean my mouth watered a bit just typing it. Warm, fresh out of the oven Muffins with juicy blueberries is such a comforting, yummy thought. Think you can’t have them once you’ve ditched sugars and processed wheat based flours? Think again! This recipe gets a big win from my house!
OH man. I’m IN LOVE! This stuff is so delish. I decided last night to experiment with making my own “granola” sans grains with LOTS of healthy fats and HELLO pumpkin spice {of course you can omit and add whatever spice you prefer. But, come on now…it IS October!}. I honestly have been just enjoying this by itself. However, do what you like with it. Eat it with some full fat milk of whatever variety {I LOVE cashew milk} or have it on some full fat yogurt OR enjoy with some coconut cream {the canned, thick, delicious stuff}.
I make this every Christmas morning and sometimes Easter.  It’s a hit, supper yummy AND EASY!!! Great for those watching carb intake but wanting something tasty at a brunch.  You could absolutely add bacon, sausage, veggies if you'd like but it really is amazing as is. This recipe calls for regular flour, but I use almond flour to make it gluten free and more keto friendly. I also like to double the recipe so we have leftovers for a couple of days (it really doesn't last long at my house). It makes for an easy breakfast or snack that is full of protein and healthy fat. Just heat it up in the microwave.