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
Like the southern classic this dessert features creamy pudding and crisp cookies in impressive layers. In my keto chow version banana pudding takes the place of the bananas, and lemon-snap cookies give the pudding a refreshing zing. Topped with a layer of vanilla pudding and a decorated with whipped cream it’s a light, luscious dessert that’s perfect for any spring gathering or Sunday brunch.
Place 2 cups of the heavy whipping cream in a large mixing bowl, sprinkle the banana keto chow and 1/4 cup of the sweetener over the cream and beat until it is completely mixed, has doubled in volume and has a creamy, pudding consistency. If it is too thick thin it by adding almond milk a tablespoon at a time until it is spreadable.
In a separate bowl repeat the process with the other two cups of heavy cream, the vanilla keto chow, the other 1/4 cup of sweetener and the teaspoon of vanilla extract.
Now you have a bowl of banana pudding and a bowl of vanilla pudding.
Line the bottom of an attractive bowl, or trifle dish with a layer of the lemon snap cookies, spread with the banana pudding over the cookies
Top the banana pudding with another layer of lemon cookies.
Spread the vanilla pudding over that layer.
Cover the dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
When ready to serve decorate with whipped cream, lemon curls and mint leaves.
Get a Dewar, you can rent them or buy one online. They about $100-150 for a 6-10 liter container. Many welding gas supply stores will sell liquid Nitrogen, and many will also rent you a Dewar for a few days. Around here, LN2 costs around $20 a liter.
Get a styrofoam cup/bowl. The insulation will make the LN2 last a lot longer. Get a syringe, the kind you give kids medicine with, this makes dispensing the Keto Chow easier.
Pour some of the LN2 into the styrofoam container
Slowly drip Keto Chow into the LN2. It helps if you can stir things around so it doesn't stick together. You can make tiny droplets or big ones, up to you!
The LN2 will boil off slowly or quickly depending on several factors but even when it's gone, BEWARE: the dots will be VERY cold. Like stick your tounge to the flagpole cold. They'll heat up quickly but until they do it's not terribly fun to have them in your mouth
Notes: this does sink a little when it’s cooling, be sure it’s done before you pull it out of the oven. Let it cool completely before slicing. You can also substitute almond milk for butter if you prefer.