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May 24, 2015 by Leanne Vogel July 11, 2017
A sugar-free, nut-free, dairy-free, keto vanilla bark recipe with a perfect combination of fats, fermented proteins and fiber to put a stop to endless hunger. This post is not about overdoing the protein. Even though I’m using protein powder in today’s recipe, it’s not in large quantities. Today’s protein powder-based keto recipe includes just enough protein powder to do what protein does best: help us reach satiety, while balancing our satiation with taste, texture and a healthy dose of fats. Fats + protein = the key to stopping endless hunger. You’ve told me that you needed a high-quality, low-carb, keto, soy-free protein powder option. I was on the lookout for nearly 6 months before I found low-carb and keto-approved Genuine Health’s fermented Vegan proteins+. Sorry for the delay. If you’re open to using grass-fed collagen as your protein source, it’s fabulous in this sugar-free, dairy-free, keto bark recipe. I had initially ruled out Genuine Health fermented Vegan proteins+ during the search because it contains grains (brown rice and quinoa), but came back to it when I learned that fermentation positively affects the digestibility and amplifies the absorbability of protein powders – specifically if you’re sensitive to grains, like me! (While quinoa is not “technically” a grain, it shares many of the same characteristics. So, I put it in the same pile for simplicity sake.) This vegan, low-carb, keto protein powder is the only of its kind – a fully fermented protein powder that eliminates the digestive complications that other plant-based protein powders introduce. Because Genuine Health’s fermented Vegan proteins+ powder is keto and low in carbohydrates, it’s also low in fiber, meaning it isn’t gritty… making it a fabulous addition to recipes where a smooth texture is your end goal! Case in point, with today’s keto recipe, we don’t want a fibrous bark! We want it smooth, with a luxurious texture for this keto bark. The amount of net carbohydrates in one serving of fermented Vegan proteins+ is only 1g in the unsweetened, and 2g in the vanilla flavor. Quick facts and other things you may want to know about this low-carb and keto-approve protein powder so you can decide if it’s right for you…
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.
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