I’m a sucker for Egg Nog. I used to eat it on my breakfast cereal =) Aside from the wanton sugar, the biggest issue was you could only get it for a short time. That’s dumb. This recipe makes super easy Egg Nog any time of year. 3.5 net carbs per 8 oz cup, full nutrition here.
Low carb dieting becomes dreadfully discouraging when all you’re craving is chicken curry over basmati rice and naan bread… Fortunately, we found a solution! Creamy coconut curry, low carb naan, and roasted garlic cauliflower rice. These recipes may look intimidating and time-consuming, but I made all three of these dishes in a little over an hour!
This has nothing to do with Keto Chow but it’s a fantastic, easy, and delicious way to prepare brisket. The traditional methods for cooking brisket involve a crazy amount of prep work and smoking the meat for 15-18 hours, I’m too lazy for all that and they tell you to cut off the fat – that’s crazy man!
TL;DR: Cut up a brisket into manageable pieces, season it, sous-vide it for a long time, smoke it straight out of the water bath or you can refrigerate it for a few days if necessary. Impress your neighbors.
To cook brisket this way you’ll need a Sous-Vide cooker and a smoker (you could finish it with an oven or regular grill too but smokers taste better). These should be considered “Medical Devices” – since they are helping you eat healthy and preventing the complications of diabetes. For the Sous-Vide, personally, I have the older Bluetooth Anova Precision Cooker. If I was buying one today I’d just get the Monoprice Strata. It doesn’t have all the fancy internet connectivity and stuff but it’s $70 and it works – especially since once it gets cooking you just let it cook, you’re not *doing* anything. The Monoprice one also is the same size as the Anova so it fits in the same hole if you convert a cooler into a cooking container – which allows you to cook more at the same time and it uses less power (if you’re in Utah and want to come use my hole saw, I have one just for this). This particular brisket was for a neighborhood game night, had a lady that grew up in Texas say it was one of the better briskets she has had.
Nachos are a go-to American comfort food, typically loaded with carbs. I found this Keto friendly Naco recipe originally from A Sweet Life , an online diabetes magazine. Many of their recipes are low carb and great for the Keto Diet. Thanks to this tasty, simple recipe I can guiltlessly eat Nachos!
The final product are these gorgeous golden brown muffins! They smelled so delicious they didn’t last long enough for me to take the pictures, I had to dig in! As you can see, these muffins resemble the texture of a german pancake, making them perfect for breakfast 😉 Bon appetite!
TL;DR: In a bowl, combine Keto Chow Chocolate shake mix and baking powder. Add egg, coconut oil and water; whisk until smooth. Pour the batter from the mixing bowl into a ramekin or mug, leave your baking container at least half empty to prevent spillage while cooking. Place in the microwave for 30 seconds on high. Repeat in 15 second intervals until you’ve reached desired consistency. Top with chocolate chips, and enjoy! By Victoria Jensen.