There are a lot of Keto products available to the American and Canadian market, but being based in Sydney, I don't always have the same options. Apart from the usual meats, eggs, deli and veggies, I thought it would be a good idea to help out my fellow Aussie Ketoers find keto-friendly food that would … Continue reading Keto extras from Aussie Supermarkets
Rich and decadent, perfect dessert after a hearty meal. I use a small baking pan to make 3 cheesecakes that can be portioned further into 4 slices, depends on how indulgent you want to be. Ingredients: 375g cream cheese, room tempterature 150ml thickened cream 80g powdered Erythritol 40g pumpkin seeds 15g cacao butter, melted Cheesecake … Continue reading Ketofied No-bake Cheesecake
My mixed berries compote is what you see topping the protein pancake (see previous blog post for recipe) and keto cheesecake (recipe coming next) above. This is a bit high in carbs per serving but still better than regular jams or compotes. Eat in moderation. Ingredients: 100g strawberries cut in quarters 100g raspberries 100g blueberries … Continue reading Mixed Berries Compote
One serving is 2 pieces of 8-inch pancakes, tastes like "normal" pancake without the guilt. Ingredients: 1 scoop MyProtein Pancake mix 1 large egg 30ml thickened cream 40g shredded cheddar cheese (optional) Mix all ingredients together, cook as you would a normal pancake. Mixed berries toppings is optional.
First of all, I don't view it as a "diet", but a way of eating, it's a change in lifestyle. I have tried many different "diets" and never stuck to them because I felt deprived. I am by no means overweight, but I am skinny-fat, which is apparently more dangerous. While I am skinny in … Continue reading So, why the Ketogenic diet?
Thanks for joining me! Welcome to my journey to ketosis, if you are new to Keto, let's learn together. “If you're afraid of butter, use cream." - Julia Child