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My Favorite Keto Recipes – Very Low Carb

I am just off of the 3-week jaunt of a ketogenic diet (high fat, medium protein, very low carb–to stay in ketosis) and I have to say that felt really GREAT on it! I had more energy, less brain fogginess, and it curbed the hunger. I mention these things in comparison with the vegan diet, which after 5 days I was done, because I stayed too hungry.

In a minute I will share some of my favorite recipes with you!

I’m talking about biscuits and gravy, yum yum! Plus fat bomb snacks, and my-oh-my, keto buns (yes, you can have cheeseburgers and sandwiches on a very low carb diet! Woo hoo)!

And please don’t forget the chia seed pudding (I will share three of my favorite versions of this with you!), which in my opinion is one of the best and easiest dessert recipes that I’ve ever made, and I still plan to eat this 2-3 times per week!

I have to say that the ketogenic diet has been one of the best things I ever did, except for the diuretic response, which causes constipation (I know, I know, TMI!).

But I didn’t go on the ‘keto diet’ for weight loss…

I did it to see how I felt in comparison to eating carbs, which I noticed were making me fatigued and giving me an insulin response, blood sugar wise (my body is prone towards type 2 diabetes, although I stave off symptoms through a healthy diet and all the weight I lost).

I have noticed right away that these carbohydrates are, in just two days of being off the ketogenic diet, making me feel so tired, sleepy, fatigued, brain-foggy-like, and with no energy. I had to lie down and take a nap earlier because I ate a sandwich! I also could not focus without coffee this morning due to eating a ½ banana and a couple strawberries for breakfast. This is not good!

So even though I will add energy-improving and good-brain-functioning KETONE producing foods to my diet through things like extra virgin organic coconut oil, I will not have to remain in ketosis to enjoy those benefits (so they say).

So I’ve learned that carbs are the enemy

At least this is true for me. Carbohydrates really weight me down, mentally, energy-wise, and literally with weight gain. This might be true for you too?

I’m figuring that a low-carb diet is the way to go for me… not very low carb because I do NOT want to be in ketosis due to the bound-up intestinal issues it was causing, despite everything I tried (eating more coconut oil, drinking at least a gallon per day of water, eating more fiber, eating less fiber (especially nuts), adding more chia seeds to my diet, etc.).

But I will keep medium-chain-triglyceride fats like coconut oil (studies are showing it helps prevent Alzheimer’s too!) because I feel better when they are higher in my body rather than my system relying on just glucose for fuel.

I always recommend trying different things to see how your body responds, and what is HEALTHY for you, because everyone’s bodies are different. Your body may respond in an opposite way than mine.

Elimination diets, and finding out what you are allergic to (or not) is also important in personal health.

Anyway, these keto recipes are exactly what fits the bill for me, so I will keep them in my diet. Plus they are delicious! I will also keep *some* carbs in my diet because I believe fruit is good for you (just in small amounts, and with other foods rather than alone).

I think you will enjoy these recipes… the keto buns are especially versatile as bread, and incredibly easy. Believe me, bread is the ONE THING I’ve never been able to master, and these are fantastic, without any kneading or yeast—and they are fast to make.

Then the biscuits and gravy… OMG!

Oh, the fat bombs… and the chia seed pudding, don’t forget the chia seed pudding!!!


Please share your favorite ketogenic recipes below!

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Keto Recipes

These are among my favorite Ketogenic diet (ketosis) recipes!

These recipes are very low carbohydrate foods! I wanted to keep this page simple, so do a lot of explaining why I chose to keep these keto recipes in my diet but still NOT be on the ketogenic diet on my other page here.

Fat bomb (mix n freeze dessert):

2 tbsp peanut butter
1 tbsp cream n oil
1 tsp cocoa
1/4 tsp Allspice
4-5 drops stevia

I mixed and flatten into several rounds on wax paper, fold into a baggie, and freeze. You could add a popsicle stick for ease in eating! (unsure where I found this one along the way, but it’s delish and fast!)


1/2 c parts coconut flour
1/4 c part almond flour
Salt, baking powder, oil
3 eggs
Mix, pat into balls and  bake 400 degrees for 20 mins or until done (if I find the original recipe of where I got this I will provide it later, sorry!)


Cook sausage, add 2 Tbsp arrowroot to grease, stir in coconut milk (or any milk), caraway seeds, sage, pepper flakes (optional), salt and pepper to taste

Chia tapioca pudding:

1/2 c chia
2  cups unsweetened milk
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 dropper liquid stevia
dash of salt

Mix well and refrigerate at least 1 hour. Best between 6-8 hrs. Will keep a few days (mine doesn’t last that long!)

Better Chia pudding:

Same ingredients as above, but use full fat coconut cream or coconut milk and 1/3 cup chia seeds. Top with cinnamon before serving (or on top while ‘setting’ in fridge).

Strawberries and Cream Chia Pudding:

Same ingredients as “Better chia pudding” recipe above, except mix in sliced fresh strawberries. I swear this is so yummy–but beware, it is NOT low carb due to the strawberries!


Keto buns – so easy bread!

Here are the ingredients, but I have provided the original link at the bottom because they have tons of pictures and explanations that you should probably see! I made 8 buns with this recipe instead of 10, but as per below they are only 4.3 net carbs each!

Ingredients (makes 10 buns):

Preheat oven 350 degrees F.

Dry ingredients:
Wet ingredients:
  • 6 large egg whites
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 cups water (boiling or lukewarm depending on the method – see intro)

Mix dry ingredients, add in wet ingredients, blend, form into buns, add seeds on top (press into buns), bake for 45 minutes (or until done in middle and browning on top).

See all the tips and substitutions on the original link below.


Let me know what your favorite keto recipes are below!

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