Dig into this party favorite game-friendly snack, made keto and dairy-free! Smooth “cream cheese” spread topped with chunky bacon bits, tomatoes, lettuce and green onion. Keep it low-carb by serving with vegetable rounds such as cucumber, zucchini, or jicama. MACROS: Fat 65%, Carbs 13%, Protein 22%.
Prepare this egg-free replacement at the time of baking, and add to the recipe as you would an egg. I am unsure whether the gelatin egg can be prepared, chilled, and warmed again before use so would recommend that you prepare the eggs fresh and use right away. Simply multiply the below recipe for how many eggs the original recipe calls for, and you’re set. This health-promoting egg replacement works best in cakes, cookies, and brownies. Egg for egg, gelatin eggs costs $0.50 per egg and a free-range, organic egg is, on average $0.58 per egg. So not only are you benefiting your gut but your wallet as well! Makes the equivalent of 1 egg
A keto-friendly drink to encourage fat-burning throughout the day. This version is nut-free and seed-free with less froth and more hormone-balancing power!
Nut-free, low-carb granola. Less than 2 grams of sugar and 4 grams of net carbs.
A low-carb, vegan milkshake recipe made with frozen strawberries and coconut milk. Completely dairy-free and sugar-free.
Bars of dairy-free matcha protein ice cream drizzled with dark chocolate. Completely vegan, gluten-free and sugar-free.
A sugar-free, nut-free, dairy-free vanilla bark recipe with a perfect combination of fats, fermented proteins and fiber to put a stop to never-ending hunger.
The easiest most healthy pumpkin pie you’ve ever indulged in. It’s wheat-free, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, paleo, and high in protein!
Jam packed with vanilla, flax seed, protein powder and healthy oils.
These bars are loaded with protein, sticky cherries, and free of refined sugars. They have the consistency of a very dense cake and are best enjoyed with a tall glass of almond milk and a good book.