January 3, 2018 By Leanne Vogel March 13, 2019
The perfect keto lunch or keto snack! 4-ingredient quick-cook almond flour keto crackers smothered in high-fat tomato sauce and topped with a sliced paleovalley grass-fed beef stick.
This week’s NEW recipe is a winner. Wait, do I say that every week? Only the best for YOU!
But for real… if you’re looking for a quick and easy keto snack or keto lunch that you can make over and over, and never get sick of, this is it. Of course, it relies on you having to love pizza. I hope that’s not a problem?
I created this recipe in October on the Oregon coast when a craving for paleovalley grass-fed beef sticks and crackers came a calling. I’d never combined the two before, and not having any keto crackers on hand, had to get a little creative. Turns out, it’s easier than I thought to make a keto cracker recipe!
Because paleovalley grass-fed beef sticks are fermented, it’s best to keep them in their current state meaning, don’t cook them if you don’t have to! When you do, some of the probiotics (each stick has 1 billion CFUs of probiotics) will diminish.
So cracker + healthy pepperoni stick is fine and dandy, but why not add a high-fat twist in there? That’s where the keto pizza sauce came in. Lots of fats, tons of flavor…
If you decide to give this recipe a whirl, and you’re looking for a grass-fed, probiotic-rich, gut healing pepperoni stick to go alongside, you have to try paleovalley. My friends at paleovalley offer EVERY SINGLE Healthful Pursuit reader 20% off their orders, no questions asked.
Love pizza? Let’s make a KETO SNACK out of it!
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Hi! I’m Leanne
a Keto Nutritionist, host of The Keto Diet Podcast, and best-selling author of The Keto Diet & Keto for Women. I want to live in a world where every woman has access to knowledge to better her health.