🍕 Keto Chow pizza crust 🍕- by Maggie Huynh @theketogenicmermaid
This recipe comes from Maggie: I did something today. Something even my 3 year old likes! When it comes to keto foods using almond flour or coconut flour, my kids steer clear, won’t even try things at first glance. But this pizza right here doesn’t look keto at all, that she actually wanted to try it. I was like SCORE! She kept coming back for more too! #momwin😍 Before I start rambling here’s the recipe. I used my favorite, @ketochow🤗
Why is this fudge magic? Because it’s ridiculously easy to make, super ketogenic, and rich and delicious enough to crush any chocolate craving. It mixes together in just a couple minutes and is easy to keep on hand stored in the freezer. You can also soften it to room temperature to use as a frosting or spread.
Equipment: Silicone candy mold, or square dish
Smoothies are a convenient and delicious especially when the weather begins to warm. But if you are following a ketogenic way of eating you have most likely given up your old fruit and yogurt laden smoothies. This smoothie is creamy, delicious, fruity and cool and it won’t break your carb bank. Equipment: blender
Mix together (immersion blender works great) butter, sweeteners and the eggs.
Add the ketochow, almond flour, baking powder, and cinnamon and blend again
Add carrots and blend for the last time.
Add batter to buttered pan or baking dish (see note)
Bake on 350 for 30-35 minutes or until cake bounces back when you touch it.
Blend with immersion or whip together until thick and smooth
You can make this in basically any kind of pan but the baking time will vary. I used a 10 inch round pan and also a cupcake pan with papers. My cupcakes took half the time. Makes roughly 16 cupcakes You may use one kind of sweetener if you wish.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter has got to be one of the greatest flavor combinations ever known. This little cake is just enough for one indulgent portion. Rich chocolate and silky peanut butter melting together in the perfect dessert.