Keto as a Way of Life
Keto Breakfast Foods
These Keto Maple Breakfast Sandwich Muffins are a yummy & easy way to make a low carb breakfast that you can take with you on the go.
Fall’s cool days call for warm spices that fill your senses with the cozy essence of the holidays. Our Keto Pumpkin Spice Latte cakes are the perfect answer
The earthy, spicy flavor of Pumpkin Oatmeal is possible without the carbs. Keeping it Keto, we put together a grainless recipe for this using seeds & nuts.
Our Keto Banana Bread Recipe is just the thing to put yourself into a Fall frame of mind. Get ready for cozy weather, colorful leaves & hay rides with this one!
Scotch Eggs are an Irish/English Pub food staple but you can make them at home with this recipe. They’re a perfect Keto snack, appetizer or even main course.
I love sausage, but it’s tough to find it in the store without added sugar or starchy fillers. That’s why I learned how to make my own. Here’s how I do it.
My Keto Granola is a perfect combination of maple & cinnamon w/ a dash of salt. It’s a soul soother that goes well w/ yogurt or one of my smoothie bowls.
This smoothie bowl tastes exactly like Fruity Pebbles and milk. No, seriously. Every time I have it, I’m taken back to my childhood, laying in the floor, eating cereal and watching Saturday morning cartoons.
A few of our readers asked us what we’re using to test our blood for Ketones. We did a bunch of research and found that Keto Mojo (affiliate link) had great reviews. We ordered one and started using it. We’ve been really happy with it, and I have no problem recommending it. It’s far more accurate than the Ketone strips you pee on.
The downside is that the strips themselves are a little pricy, especially if you’re checking your ketones every day. They’re worth it, though, if you want to keep an eye on how certain foods effect your blood and make sure you’re not being knocked out of ketosis by something you’re eating.