We have been eating this low carb high fat way for nearly a year now. In that time, I have found some great websites with some great recipes. The ones that I go back to time and time and time again are the ones I want to share with you today.
The first one that I got a lot of recipes from and just overall help or tips from is We still fix and eat some of her meatball recipes. I found her site right in the beginning of our journey and have used it many times with delicious results.
Another one I found and use a lot is Kristie Sullivan’s youtube channel, Cooking Keto with Kristie.I loved her videos and recipes so much that I joined her facebook group and purchased her cookbook. I cook a lot of things out of it.
The next one I want to share with you is one I found in the beginning and have recently found them again. I recently made their brownies and tortillas. They use erythritol for their sweetener and we did not like it. I’ll make it again but use Sukrin products instead. The tortillas though were great! They are worth checking out; they have a youtube channel too.
A great website, especially for sweet treats, is
The author, Carolyn, seems like a really nice and sweet lady. I enjoy reading her posts. She even allowed my daughter Tiffany to include her gingerbread cookie recipe in her book: Murder Mystery and the Gingerbread Cookies. They are pictured on the cover of the book and we enjoyed eating them. She mainly uses Swerve in her sweet treats, which we like as well.
These are the ones I use the most. I did get The Ketogenic Cookbook by Maria Emmerich (and Jimmy Moore) for my birthday. I knew I wouldn’t end up buying it for myself but for a good price as a birthday present it was great. It has a lot of basic recipes in it. I haven’t used it a lot but it is one I’m glad I have in my library arsenal.
I eventually stumbled upon Trim Healthy Mama because their S meals are basically keto. I got their plan and recipe books from the library. It really struck a chord with me–I immediately felt that God was leading me to eventually switch from keto to thm at some point in the future–because I have felt for a long time that God wants me to be balanced in my eating and that I will be able to eat all food groups, none eliminated. We have purchased these books and I have even pre-ordered their new cookbook; I’m soooo looking forward to it.
I hope these links encourage you in your dietary endeavors.
Until next time, God bless,
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