Here are this week’s top rated ‘Keto’-Friendly recipes from all over the inter-webs!
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Mahi Mahi was made for summer.
Cheese cups have more fun.
All right. Let’s talk floral Thai basil flavor. Let’s talk spicy ginger. Let’s talk tangy pickled onions. Wait. Enough talk – let’s eat some Asian-style meatballs!
A delicious burger needs no bun! Enjoy this satisfying patty bare, topped with creamy tomato gravy and a side of sautéed cabbage. Keto satisfaction guaranteed!
This creamy keto casserole is a great way to cook fish with lots of flavor and pizazz. The Thai-flavoring gives it an exotic, delicious, special-event feel. Yet it’s quick and easy to make. It might just become a new weeknight favorite.
Following a keto diet plan doesn’t mean discarding the comforting flavours (and scents) of cinnamon buns. Indulge in these guilt-free muffins that you can enjoy for breakfast, dessert or a light snack.
They don’t call it the most important meal of the day for nothing! Satisfy your breakfast cravings with these keto-friendly nutty flapjacks, made with almond and coconut flours, coconut milk, chopped macadamia nuts and more.
This tuna-salad-meets-BLT mashup will become a lunch staple in your household in no time. Don’t forget to sprinkle scallions, bacon and eggs on top for some added hearty, crispy crunch!
Whip out your Instant Pot and whip up this hearty, meaty and well-rounded chili with a slow-simmer taste. You’ll be reaching for seconds before you’ve even finished the first bowl. Don’t eat meat?